"This extraordinary natural stone sphere on the Jogasaki beach was formed by centuries of surf dashing it against the surrounding rocks. It is known as the 'Eye of Kannon' or the 'Sphere of the World,' and is said to symbolize equanimity and compassion for all beings." Andrew Weil, Dr. Weil, Nature Stones, Extraordinary Nature, Surf Dash, Ancient Aliens, Stones Sphere, Jogasaki Beach, Amazing Stones
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Amazing Stone on the Coast of Japan - Dr. Weil and Friends - This is the one of the most extraordinary natural objects I have ever seen. This loose stone, tumbled and polished by the action of the surf, is nearly a perfect sphere. It is on the Jogasaki coast, a beautiful area along the eastern edge of the Izu Peninsula of Japan, about 90 miles southwest of Tokyo.
Victoria falls, Zambia • The Victoria falls is 1 708 meters wide, making it the largest curtain of water in the world.
Nonakado Stone Group from Japan, late Jomon (Jomon period--14,000 BC to about 300 BC) Oyu Site - Towada. It seemingly represents a sundial, you can see three of the 'quarter' stones, and there is apparently nothing like it on the Continent, and the information states, that it could come from as far a field as Siberia to the Mongolian Steppes, where many types of stone arrangements are found. Text and photo from North Stoke blog
"Blue-lipped and dinner-plate-eyed, they watched, mesmerized by something that they sensed but didn't understand: the abscence of caprice in what the policemen did. The abyss where anger should have been. The sober, steady brutality, the economy of it all. They were opening a bottle. Or shutting a tap. Cracking an egg to make an omelette." p. 292 (CB)