Rock monuments stand in the landscape as quotations from the past, filled with words without a clear etymology, as parts of our present imbued with layers of meaning projected backward and forward in time; their authors unknown, date approximate.

Today, they remain mounted in the land as small permanent marks on a larger history, yet: the spiritual, cultural, historical, and cartographical knowledge as well as the intention within them continues to be obscured by the present landscape of knowledge, meaning and identity politics.