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GIANT'S PLAYGROUND COMPLEX
Giant's Playground Complex was discovered on Valentine's Day of 2015 by Bill and Julie Ryder. Extensive exploration has revealed several dolmens, art structures, buildings, pillars, corridors, walls and standing stones. Satellite deep geoscans document circular stone walled structures underneath the surface of Giant's Playground.
Andrew Barker at the Pink Vault
The geomural displayed on the Pink Vault is an exact match to a map of Pangaea before the continents split apart.
Evergreen Dolmen is 83 feet high which makes this the tallest dolmen in the world. The only black stone in sight forms the capstone top of Evergreen Dolmen. A walkway high up near the capstone attaches Evergreen Dolmen to the side of Thunderbolt Mountain which is exactly double the height at 166 feet above ground level.
Viewing Spiral Rocks Complex from the Tunnel Dolmen at Giant's Playground
Star Fire Duolith
Star Fire Duolith was coated with geopolymer concrete which has peeled off of the west pillar revealing that the infrastructure is diagonally split. The west pillar is therefore balanced on a inner narrow slice of stone.
The center of gravity of the Star Fire Duolith is positioned low in the semicircular base which is balanced in a cradle cut out of bedrock. Therefore when an earthquake occurs the duolith rocks side to side and then settles back down into the cradle. An accordion geopolymer dike supports the lower side allowing for expansion and contraction during earth movements.
Star Fire Duolith
Statues Face the Four Cardinal Directions
Buddha Montana faces north
Robotic Watcher faces east
Bennu Birdman faces south
Tartessia de Montana faces west
Tartessia de Montana
Julie Ryder at Castle Dragon
The top two granite slabs are perfectly banned on a small pivotal point of the supporting upright block wall.