Thank you. I have not done a search on the Egyptian belts, I will see what I can find. The rocks in the shape of the Eye of Ra sounds amazing. I understand why you would not want to reveal the location. Do you have photos? If so, I would love to see them. I sure wish I could authenticate the Eye of Ra pictograph. Hopefully I will be able to find it when good weather returns. I am very interested in ancient Egyptian ties to American archaeology. I have noticed that several of the large mounds in the Midwest have marked influence from Egypt as well.
Yes, I am familiar with the Grand Canyon's Phoenix Gazette article. Interesting cover up of an amazing find. If I remember right, Kincaid is the same elusive name in the Echa Ta Echa Na story. Have you read that?
I saw several artifacts from Burrows Cave a few years ago at a conference in Sandy. Strange items and strange faces for sure. There seems to be a lot of Phoenician influence as well as Egyptian. Or so it seems to me. I sure wish I knew a lot more than I do. The book by Russell Burrows, "Cave of Many Faces" is a good read if you haven't read it. It is really too bad that they are not able to excavate the site at this time.
The Brewer Cave forum here is locked.
I don't know if I would have anything to contribute or not, but I wish I could see what has been posted there.
The Michigan relics (Soper-Savage Collection) is also a familiar topic for me. I had the privilege of seeing the collection held by the LDS church in the warehouse in Salt Lake before it was sent back to Michigan. I was given the opportunity to handle each piece, take a few photographs, and ask a few questions. I know there is a lot of controversy over those artifacts, but I am convinced that most of them are authentic. Sad, sad story of a great American loss.
Thank you so much, KsTher.