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The Georgia slave stone



Type of Spiritual Experience


Here accessing stored perceptions

A description of the experience

Lyall Watson – The Nature of things

At the centre of Augusta, Georgia stands a large smooth stone over which men are said to have been whipped.  It is all that remains of the old slave market that was destroyed by a hurricane soon after abolition in the late nineteenth century.  The city fathers decided to set up the Slave Stone as a memorial on another site, but the first two workers who attempted to move it died the same day of a mysterious poisoning.  Two others volunteered the following day, but the stone toppled suddenly and crushed one and the other died of heart failure.  When Jem Thomas, the Chief Clerk of Works called for further volunteers there were none.  ‘I’ll do the job myself’ he said.  But he had moved the stone only a few feet when the Savannah River burst its banks, flooded the site and drowned 3 people.  Jem caught pneumonia and died a few weeks later [from Weekend March 1982]

J R Buchanan – The Manual of Psychometry
[Joseph Rodes Buchanan – Dean of Medicine Covington, Kentucky 1842] Man in every act, leaves the impression of his mental being upon the scenes of his life and subjects of his action.  The past is entombed in the present

Lyall Watson – The Nature of things
Strength and depth of feeling can produce phenomena with sufficient reality to leave traces on a sonar, wakes on the water, footprints in the snow or tears on the cheeks of a plaster statue

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items


Science Items

Activities and commonsteps