Exploring with - Mary Wins
Quartz Crystal modified into a pendant. (Note: this is crystal in lower left of picture above).
What is the Leake site and why is it significant?
The Leake site is a Native American archaeological site that is located along the Etowah River southwest of Cartersville, Georgia in Bartow County. The site contains the remains of an American Indian occupation that lasted from approximately 300 B.C. until 650 A.D. These remains include three earthen mounds and a large circular ditch, along with an extensive "midden" that represents a dark soil mixture of decomposed organic refuse and artifacts. The site was excavated in advance of the widening of State Highway 61/113, with over 50,000 square feet excavated.The Leake site archaeological investigation revealed that this site represents a major center during the prehistoric Middle Woodland period, figuring prominently in the interaction among peoples from throughout the Southeastern and the Midwestern United States.
Learn about the true nature of Rocks even the ones in space. Recent DNA verified "Mudfossils" are body parts and cat scans show anatomical details exquisitely. Mudfossils are perfectly preserved mineralized (now stone) soft tissues due to continuous wet anerobic mud packed conditions. You will learn how to identify these mudfossils...how they came to be and the ramifications which are FAR reaching. You will also see that Comet 67P is completely biological and the chemistry and anatomy and gaseous emissions are unimpeachable.