Buried meticulously and ceremonially around the foundations of rock formations aligned across Clover Hollow Mountain are strange and creative portable artifacts that will stretch the imagination of the most hardened critics. They are carved with the same artistic and overall method as the permanent megalithic structures they are found buried beneath. These ‘mini-me’ portables are smaller pieces of art and come in all sizes from large and heavy rocks down to talisman or pocket-size. They are not tools or utilitarian in nature but more animistic, artistic, and culturally significant because of their ceremonial or religious connotations. The larger rocks are buried around the bases of the stone monuments and the smaller pieces are stuck in every nook and cranny suggesting they may have been used as offerings to the gods.
According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the human brain controls different types of thinking. Also, people are said to prefer one type of thinking over the other. For example, a person who is ‘left-brained’ is often said to be more logical, analytical, scientific, and objective. A person who is ‘right-brained’ is said to be more intuitive, thoughtful, spiritual, creative, and subjective. We seem to live in a world that is more left-brain-focused. Your left hemisphere is all about the ‘I’ —the ego. Your left brain is always trying to figure something out, to draw conclusions. It is the side that worries. The left brain would like to be in control, and it wants to be right all of the time. Science and education tend to build the left-side and create a more dominant and hardier left-brain.
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