Friday, March 7, 2014

Prehistoric Meteorite 'Shrines' in Arizona May be Linked, Says Archaeo-Astronomer

The meteorite found ensconced in the Wingfield Mesa ruin in 1927 is now stored  at Arizona State's Center for Meteorite Studies.  Image Courtesy of Ken Zoll.
The meteorite found ensconced in the Wingfield Mesa ruin in 1927 is now stored
at Arizona State's Center for Meteorite Studies.
Image Courtesy of Ken Zoll.
August 26, 2013.
Blake de Pastino, of Western Digs, has written an interesting article about two prehistoric sites in Arizona which contain special caches of meteorite rock.

"His aim, he [Ken Zoll] said, is to “broaden the idea, for other archaeo-astronomers to look for these things.” “Because the significance is, here we have a pattern,” he said. “There could be a lot more [structures with meteorites in them] that we just don’t know about.”"
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