“Stone Revelations of the Last Ice Age” A Conversation with Dr. Hal Young
Location: Keswick Hunt Club, 626 Hunt Club Road
Date: March 8th, 7:00 PM, RSVP
Hal Young, in his book "Stone Revelations of the Last Ice Age", discusses the undisturbed and perfectly preserved stone relief sculptures recently discovered in Albemarle County's Southwest Mountains, which reveal the intricacies of life in North America during the Pleistocene, when humans learned to adapt to cohabitation with massive beasts that ultimately became extinct around 12,000 years ago.
Young discusses more than 35 different ice age species, such as the Wooly mammoth and Scimitar-toothed cat, as well as more than 10 human sculptures, were discovered on open ground where they were created and positioned, connecting these First People to their Sun and Moon, the Pleiades star cluster, their Great Hare and Okee, the Underworld Panther, and the Wolf Moon and wolf ancestry. The origin of the Unicorn and domestication of the horse are also addressed with unprecedented images.
Young will be sharing many of these images on screen, including an additional ice age species and unique stone burial mound discovered after publication.
Young's presentation will be on March 8th at 7:00 PM at the Keswick Hunt Club. The program will include Young's presentation and discussion of his work and his latest book, as well as a book signing. Hal Young's book can be purchased at the ACHS prior to the event, but copies will be available after the lecture as well.