The design incorporates a pre-Egyptian Eye of Ra with two lines depicting the falcon’s eye markings and the cheetah’s tear line, as well as a pre-Egyptian Eye of Ra with two lines depicting the falcon’s eye markings and the cheetah’s tear line.
The lines lie to either side of the Eye, although in traditional Egyptian design, they are located precisely under the Eye. He says that this is the world’s oldest Eye of Ra and that the stones may be examined and tested by any trained expert to confirm its validity.
The stone was dated 70,000 years ago using thermoluminescence by Dr. James Feathers of the University of Washington.
The most remarkable discovery is the presence of heat-related morphology on or near these traits, indicating that the modifications were generated by a deliberate and intentional exposure to a directed source of extremely high heat, such as a laser.
Glassy/vitreous patches, clearly melted/re-hardened areas with streaking and rippling, localized red and black discoloration from oxidization of iron particles (due to extreme temperatures), and large singular linear heat stress fractures are all evidence.
A picture of a bird in flight is also shown. (Ra is commonly shown with a falcon’s head since the falcon is his totem.) The falcon, the eye, and the tear at the end of the tear line have all vanished, leaving only a sparkling black glass behind.
The typically dark basalt has become white and crimson around the features due to the extreme heat used in the creation of the artwork. Rather of being physically cut into the stone, the lines are finely generated heat stress fractures from a beam of about 1/16 of an inch in width.
After viewing many of the stones, a skilled geomorphologist from the region was consulted, and he sat bewildered. He stated, “They appear to have been purposely made for some reason by a procedure involving enormous heat.” However, when pressed, he refused to jot down his thoughts.
Peter claims he contacted dozens of experts in the disciplines of conventional and alternative archaeology, anthropology, and Egyptology over a ten-year period but received just a few serious answers. There appear to be no other artifacts of this sort that have been unearthed.