Geologists(in 1954) in search of white crystalline limestone in the forest north of Stony Lake, Ontario removed the moss that covered Ojibway Etchings or Petroglyphs.
These drawings tell the aboriginal story of life.
The medicine wheel told them that life began as the sunrise in the east, midday represented mid-life and the west meant old age. while the north referred to the afterlife.
Spirits portrayed in the carvings taught that man must co-exist with nature.
There’s a 20 minute film by Natural Resources’ an award-winning feature that is called The Teaching Rocks which will better illustrate this info.
Petroglyphs have been found on the walls that divide these frozen falls at the base of Grassi Lake, Alberta. The drawings have been placed so that their centre is illuminated at Summer Solstice and it was thought by aboriginal people and present day residents, that this place holds great energy.