Two horned mountain/altar in the Alps!

Barbara Stimpson, who was on the Safi team last year in Area D when the two-horned altar was discovered, has now reported that additional two horned altars are popping up all over. The latest one was noticed in the Alps, as can be seen from this photograph (upper left hand side) which she was kind enough to send me:

The Mürtschenstock mountain (elev. 2441 m asl) is south of the “Walensee” lake in the Canton of Glarus in Switzerland, and it can be seen very well from near Zürich…
Now how did the Philistines get there?
:-)
Aren

2 thoughts on “Two horned mountain/altar in the Alps!

  1. JOEL TOWLER

    MOST INTERESTING! WHO MADE IT? ISN’T HISTORY ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL WITH ITS TWISTS AND TURNS!!!! SO MANY PUZZLES. MARVELOUS! INCIDENTALLY, A VERY BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH.

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