Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

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Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-22-2016 06:40 PM

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Have you been to Ontario, Canada to view prayer stone piles for miles and miles?

It's small piles of hand stacked rocks along Canadian highways...LOL stands for "lots of luck" seeing this mystery. When we saw these stacked larger to smaller rocks it was limited to just one North South Ontario highway.

When I started going on fishing and duck/grouse hunting trips with my Kentucky friend/veneer log buyer and exporter. The new 100 KM road out of Fort Frances, Ontario was a long trip to Dryden with no buildings and no gas. :wink:

We would buy fishing permits, stamps and gas, much cheaper back then, before going up to Dryden on 502. In 1984 the trip had large rocks and Aspen trees as the highlights for sightseeing. There were a few small lakes on the north end with most KM showing only the occasional little streams with a beaver family's dam and tall lodge.

As the Spring fishing seasons and trips progressed over the years. We would see the occasional pile of small rocks. Early on they were noticed roughly a mile or two apart. We all thought of the Native Americans doing this marking. Every Spring the piles were all multiplying in number! :o

In all the years we never saw anyone walking on 502. My last trip these tiny rock piles, 6-8 stones in number, were seen everywhere on both sides of the two lane highway :!: They are most always on larger rocks. Anywhere from a few feet up on the right of way's medium sized rocks to several feet up on larger boulders. Some degree of difficulty placing the little piles in higher places would be calling for a ladder or climbing gear!

Let's all do a Google search!

Even though you may guess the source and be right about it like we think we were. What have you seen in your area? I have seen them no where else in my long distance trucking experience. 8) Yet a lady in Norway knew exactly what the piled small stones represented, prayer!

Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and America's most decorated war hero in history, Lt. Audie Murphy's granite memorial marker is beside the Appalachian Trail where his plane went down on Brushy Mountain, Virginia May, 28 1971. Erected in his memory the big engraved stone's top is covered in and surrounded by small (prayer) stones! :peace:


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Re: Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

Post by kbot » 02-23-2016 06:47 AM

Surprised the atheists/ humanists haven't filed lawsuits over this.........

Give it time, I guess.......
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Re: Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

Post by Doka » 02-23-2016 01:02 PM

Hey MK2, we have had a couple young guys around our community build a bunch of these here and there. The responce has been very positive. To me, there is some thing kinda soothing about them. And in our area , boy, do we have rocks! :wink:

By the way I'm an atheist . :confused:
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Re: Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-23-2016 08:41 PM

kbot,

I'd say there are way too few back roads and highways with large stones of a foot of more in diameter topped off in increments with 3-4" stones to peak their interests. I doubt few Americans, Norwegians, or Canadians have actually witnessed anyone piling the stones. :confused:

The atheists or humanists would come unglued if the piles of rocks were white crosses by the thousands along Ontario's 502 to Dryden!

Doka,

That's a 8) fact about a couple of your neighbor guys doing the rock piles for a positive reaction in your rocky area. Lord knows this wacky world needs more prayers from the billions who pray every day. :D

As a first hand witness of my 1989 miracle in North Carolina. I am a believer in anyone else's or my own protector as an unseen, stealthy, and life saving Guardian Angel to pray to. :mrgreen:

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I think the paranormal part of my traveling report is the remoteness, the major miles or kilometers covered, and the lack of eye witnesses seeing someone stacking the prayer stones :!: At the bait and tackle shops in South and Central Ontario I would ask the proprietors if anyone they knew had seen Native Americans walking or standing near the pavement in the back country. None ever said they knew who was doing this fantastic effort on the Queen's Highways! :confused:

I hope there's a flurry of replies to this fresh one. :) Maybe Canadians are already members and let's hope this inspires more down here and up there to join up. :D

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Re: Are there piles of prayer stones in your area?

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 05-11-2018 09:57 AM

It's been over two years since the last post.

:oops: Oops! Looking at Dark Page 2 I thought I'd posted this brief video, but hey I meant to. This Brush Mountain Virginia airplane's crash site in 1971 most surely has admirer's prayer stones stacked beside the memorial granite marker for World War II and US military history's most decorated American soldier, Lt. Audie L. Murphy. :(




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