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Journey with us as we explore the Mystery of the Stone Spheres of Costa Rica
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Journey with us as we explore the Mystery of the Stone Spheres of Costa Rica
Episode 1 Introduction
All images that are not my own are shared with the deepest respect for their taker, i look forward to meeting you one day. I pray you accept their use for educational purposes as we do this free and to promote public awareness...

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The Jaguar and the Spheres by Dr Thornton Streeter official Representative to UNESCO ( ECOSOC AISBBS).

  1. 1. The Jaguar and the Spheres AN ADVENTURE OF DISCOVERY WITH THE STONE SPHERES OF COSTA RICA FOR SIMON THE BEST GUIDE FOR ANY JOURNEY
  2. 2. The Mysterious stone spheres of Costa Rica There are stone spheres found all over the world. Notably the Artic, Bosnia and Costa Rica Offically there are 303 known Spheres in Costa Rica many of which can be found in the countries museums, parks, schools, technical colleges and in Tribal villages Finca 6 has a collection of 30-40 spheres and it is here that we find the greatest concentration Aging the stones is difficult but they are between 3000-500 years old and yet some could be much older. The Set of slides is compiled for the Awakening of the Spheres on the Alignment April12 2021
  3. 3. Finca 6 at Palma Sud has one of the greatest concentrations
  4. 4. Many Spheres are in museums and other government buildings
  5. 5. Where are they all?
  6. 6. Location
  7. 7. The Diquis actual map
  8. 8. Unrecorded Stones in Los Bolos
  9. 9. Unloved Spheres inspire action
  10. 10. Sphere in the Petroglyphs early recorded reference?
  11. 11. Who made them?
  12. 12. Early photographs
  13. 13. Early Research
  14. 14. Current research group
  15. 15. Stone scientists
  16. 16. Natural Stone Spheres
  17. 17. Lost Spheres
  18. 18. Trash Balls
  19. 19. Spot the Sphere
  20. 20. Buried Spheres
  21. 21. Scientific Analysis
  22. 22. Have the Spheres disappeared from their owners consciousness?
  23. 23. Biofield Images of Stone Spheres
  24. 24. Orbs are often Spheres
  25. 25. Recommendations  Sphere Amnesty for one year so unknown spheres can be registered and kept in situ  Prepare white paper with UNESCO and Costa Rican Government  Raise Funding for archaeology and preservation  Organize tours to raise public awareness  Secure all sites and Spheres with Advanced Technology and employ local tribes people in several areas  Raise profile of next Festival of the Spheres
  26. 26.  Stone Ball References From JW Hoopes  Badilla, A., I. Quintanilla Jim énez and P. Fernández  1998 Hacia la contextualización de la metalurgia en la subregión arqueológica Diquís: El caso del sitio Finca 4. Boletín Museo del Oro 42 (Enero-junio):113-137.  Baudez, C. F., N. Borgnino, S. Lagligant and V. Lauthelin  1996 A Ceramic Sequence for the Lower Diquís Area, Costa Rica. In Paths to Central American Prehistory, edited by F. W. Lange, pp. 79-92. University Press of Colorado, Niwot.Baudez, C. F., N. Borgnino, S. Laligant and V. Lauthelin  1993 Investigaciones Arqueológicas en el Delta del Diquís. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centraméricanos (Mexico) and the Delegación Regional de Cooperación Científica y Técnica en América Central (San José, Costa Rica), San José. Corrales Ulloa, F.  1999 Surgimiento y desarrollo de la sociedad compleja en la Costa Rica precolombina. In Oro y Jade: Emblemas de Poder en Costa Rica, pp. 16-37. Museos, Banco Central de Costa Rica; Museo Nacional de Costa Rica; Museo del Oro, San José.  2000 An Evaluation of Long Term Cultural Change in Southern Central America: The Ceramic Record of the Diquís Archaeological Subregion, Southern Costa Rica. Ph.D. dissertation, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kansas. Dal Lago, E. P.  1993 The Precolumbian Stone Spheres of Southwestern Costa Rica. M.A. thesis, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kansas. de Roos, R.  1965 Costa Rica: Free of the Volcano's Veil. National Geographic Magazine (July):125-152.Drolet, R.  1984 A Note on Southwestern Costa Rica. In The Archaeology of Lower Central America, edited by F. W. Lange and D. Z. Stone, pp. 254-262. School of American Research and University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.  1988 The Emergence and Intensification of Complex Societies in Pacific Southern Costa Rica. In Archaeology and Art in Costa Rican Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Frederick R. Mayer, edited by F. W. Lange, pp. 163-188. University of Colorado Press, Boulder.  1992 The House and the Territory: The Organizational Structure for Chiefdom Art in the Diquís Subregion of Greater Chiriquí. In Wealth and Hierarchy in the Intermediate Area: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 10th and 11th October 1987, edited by F. W. Lange, pp. 207-242. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C.Fernández Esquivel, P.  1999 Símbolos de prestigio y expresiones de rango en la Costa Rica prehispánica. In Oro y Jade: Emblemas de Poder en Costa Rica, pp. 38-66. Museos, Banco Central de Costa Rica; Museo Nacional de Costa Rica; Museo del Oro, San José. Fernández, P. and I. Quintanilla Jiménez  1999 Metalúrgia, Esferas y Estatuaria de Piedra en el Delta del Diquís, Costa Rica: Producción Local de Símbolos de Poder, Paper presented in the Symposium "Gold and Power in Ancient Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia", Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C.Finch, W. O. and K. Honetschlager  1986 Preliminary Archaeological Research on Isla del Caño. In Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in Costa Rica, edited by F. W. Lange and L. Norr, pp. 189-206. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society. vol. 14. University of Illinois, Urbana. Hoopes, J. W.  1996 Settlement, Subsistence, and the Origins of Social Complexity in Greater Chiriquí: A Reappraisal of the Aguas Buenas Tradition. In Paths to Central American Prehistory, edited by F. W. Lange, pp. 15-48. University Press of Colorado, Niwot. Lothrop, E. B.  1955 Mystery of the Prehistoric Stone Balls. In Natural History, pp. 372–377.Lothrop, S. K.  1963 Archaeology of the Diquís Delta, Costa Rica. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, v. 51. Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Quintanilla Jiménez, I.  1992 Prospección arqueológica del Delta Sierpe-Térraba, sureste de Costa Rica: Proyecto Hombre y Ambiente en el Delta Sierpe-Térraba (Informe 1). Museo Nacional de Costa Rica. Unpublished MS. Stirling, M. W.  1969a Archaeological Investigations in Costa Rica. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 1964 Projects:239-247.  1969b Solving the Mystery of Mexico's Great Stone Spheres. National Geographic Magazine:295-300.Stone, D. Z.  1943 A Preliminary Investigation of the Flood Plain of the Río Grande de Térraba, Costa Rica. American Antiquity 9(1):74-88.  1954 Apuntes sobre las esferas de piedra halladas en el Río Grande de Térraba, Costa Rica. Boletín Informativo del Museo Nacional de Costa Rica 1(6):6-10.  1977 Pre-Columbian Man in Costa Rica. Peabody Museum Press, Cambridge, Mass.

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