Posted by Tim Wheeler
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
We can only speculate as to how these structures are formed. There is DEFINITELY a common method used for these structures. Dead falls and branches are used that are placed around a a central support structure that could be a fallen tree or even a live tree. Currently, I am researching three different wooded areas which are are all 30 to 45 minute drive from from each other. All of these structures have been similarly designed as to their methodogy. There is a common theme here. At this point, I speculate that they are created by a higher intelligence. But, that is all I know, at this point.
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