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That rock was used to pound something. I want to say: tree sap or blood.
So the color is a stain? I was thinking it was natural to the stone, a variation in color, pounded to show, it off, to resemble a white deer with a brown nose - like the nearby little turtle, chipped away for the quartz crystal head (a motif or style that, now that I'm looking for, I seem to be finding). Looking at a bing map just a moment ago, if I were to use the white stone to point me in a direction and fly like a crow, I'd end up above White Deer Rock Road, named for the herd of white deer sacred to the Indians, hunted only for a ceremony. Coincidence??
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