What is this mysterious underwater artifact photographed along the shores of Kootenay Lake, BC

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What is this mysterious underwater artifact discovered at the bottom of Kootenay Lake in British Columbia?

This underwater sculpture looks like some sort of native art or ancient ceremonial site… What do you think this is?

This strange rock formation is located near Chako Mika Mall in a part of the lake which is only underwater for part of the year.

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What is this mysterious artifact in the waters of Kootenay Lake, BC?

This strange underwater artifact first reminded me of the Nazca Lines sort of thing.

Yes, like geoglyphs.

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The stone artifact isnt always underwater along the shores of Kootenay Lake.

Or could it be indigenous art? Or the remains of some ancient ceremonial site?

And what about a submerged alien landing site.

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This is a picture of the sign just before the submerged art formation in BC.

This sculpture is an art formation, built very recently by some guy (hippie?) who lived near there. It will also have archeological significance but only in a few thousand years. 🙂

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  1. My friend of late, Imhotep (formerly known as Sasquatch), and I (Bernadette Fuhrmann) constructed this spiral back in 1995. Imhotep passed away shortly after it was made. He was a shaman and a lover of rocks, and he asked each stone on this spiral if it could be moved before we moved it into place. It took a whole day to construct!

    • Thanks! I love this plce in BC. I lived there one on the most beautiful time of my life (was actually closer to the Fraser River… in the bush with the cougars and the bears).

      Away from civilisation. Awesome BC, awesome people, awesome nature.

      If you know a Chris Molloy or one of his children (he has twin daughters and a son; and an older daughter)… Tell him to reach me here. Would be so nice to talk to him/them again…

      Keep the world beautiful!

      Manuel

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