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Santes Creus, Catalunya, Spain

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11th Sep 2021: Monolith is not there anymore.

EXCLUSIVE REPORT FOR MONOLITH TRACKER. From Kawak Cabrejos, Calafell, Catalunya, Spain. After the appearance of a metal monolith on the beach of Sa Conca de S'Agaró (in Platja d'Aro, Baix Empordà) without anyone claiming responsibility, another small metal monument has appeared. in Catalonia. This time, and according to the Diari de Tarragona, in the Alameda de Santes Creus, in the municipality of Aiguamúrcia (Alt Camp). Unlike Platja d’Aro, it is an obelisk with Egyptian inscriptions on each side of the object.

One of the hyerogliphs is the The Eye of Horus, that was often used to symbolise sacrifice, healing, restoration, and protection.

Redacció
Actualizada 14/04/2021 a las 13:11

El Ayuntamiento de Aiguamúrcia ha decidido que retirará el monolito aparecido este domingo en la arboleda Vidala de Santes Creus, según ha adelantado Canal Reus. La decisión la han tomado para evitar que se estropee la pieza, que no haya masificación en este lugar protegido o pase como en Platja d'Aro, donde primero unos jóvenes lo tiraron al suelo y después ha desaparecido de Parc de l'Estany donde lo habían trasladado. La pieza se instalará este miércoles en una plaza situada en la entrada del núcleo de Santas Creus.

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REPORTE EXCLUSIVO PARA MONOLITH TRACKER. De Kawak Cabrejos, Calafell, Catalunya, España. Escarabajo egipcio: Su nombre jeroglífico se translitera como ḫpr (o xpr), y se traduce como "convertir" o "transformar". El término derivado ḫpru (o xprw) se traduce como "forma", "transformación", "suceso", "modo de ser" o "el autocreado", dependiendo del contexto. Puede tener significado existencial, ficticio u ontológico.
ḫpr en jeroglífico.
El escarabajo fue asociado a Jepri, el autocreado, el dios asociado al Sol naciente.

After the appearance of a metal monolith on the beach of Sa Conca de S'Agaró (in Platja d'Aro, Baix Empordà) without anyone claiming responsibility, another small metal monument has appeared. in Catalonia. This time, and according to the Diari de Tarragona, in the Alameda de Santes Creus, in the municipality of Aiguamúrcia (Alt Camp). Unlike Platja d’Aro, it is an obelisk with Egyptian inscriptions on each side of the object. // Hello: Monometalite installed by strangers a couple of days ago in Santes Creus, Tarragona, Catalunya. Authors also unknown. The authorities, obviously, do not know anything, if they are there just to go to collect their salary and that's it. Monometalite has good vibration, sound, and energy. It appears to be made of stainless steel. The metal plate is bent in a V and a second plate is welded on both sides. The welding and all the work is very professional, done with great skill. By resonating with the open hand, it produces the sound of a large, very low drum. The note is a Mi. It sounds identical to the Tribaldos Monolith, in Castilla La Mancha. The markings are Egyptian hieroglyphics burnished directly onto the metal. 🛸
Dates & Classification
Date Spotted
Date Vanished
Classification
Significant monoliths, well made, with zero explanations of appearance.
Multiple Monoliths
Physical Qualities
Material
Stainless Steel
Construction
Hollow
Number of Sides
Three Sided (Typical Monolith Design)
Texture
Brushed
Mirrored
Top Geometry
Triangular Prism
Height
2.50 meters
Markings
Text
Symbols
Art
Marking Text
Egyptian hieroglyphs. Need to translate.

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