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    • Anastacia from Utah

      Notice the world pillar on the far)right with the twins On either side, in the center is the connection or plasma formation between heaven and earth. On the left looks to be a portrayal of Mercury or Mars.

    • Abraham Veciana Gutiérrez

      Ica Stone - Piedras de Ica

    • MaDuh Farias

      Pedras de Ica, Peru. 02

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