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the crow collector
the crow collector • 3 years ago

The Hemet Maze Stone is a prehistoric petroglyph. It is located in Reinhardt Canyon, within the Lakeview Mountains, in Riverside County, California.

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The Maze Stone Reveals Unknown Designs A big, striking petroglyph of unknown origin graces a small mountain area called Maze Stone County Park in Hemet, Riverside County. Inscribed on a large boulder, the three-foot-square figure is a maze formed by four interlocking swastikas. The design is almost unknown among Indian petroglyphs, and archeologists attribute it to the so-called “Maze Culture,” who left only one similar design, miles to the south in San Diego County.

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