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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Anasazi Arrow shaft maker

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An ancient Anasazi ( Lost Technology ) Arrow Shaft Maker. Made of hard stone with a smooth hole bored 13/16" on top and tapers down to 7/16." Finger tip grips were included in this design for a tight grip hold with a scrape blade edge on the bottom side. This tool was used in a vertical motion, the hole on top is bigger to be able to see the work being done. A smooth tapered bore was created for arrow shaft diameter consistency. This tool is considered lost technology. Universally excepted of a simpler design of arrow shaft tools priorly recovered consist of a flat rock with a straight line groove in the center, makes the width diameter of an arrow shaft. This arrow shaft maker on the other hand, was ingeniously designed to have the wood branch to be formed into an arrow shaft, pass through the stone which was used in an up and down vertical motion. This very creative design tool was discovered at an ancient site. Strong evidence suggests that the Anasazi who occupied the area of this ancient pit house village were killed off by the arrival of other hostile peoples ( Who eventually became known as the Navajo and Apache ) killed the ancient agriculturalists, including the man who tooled this superior design which did not expand further shared knowledge as a well designed tool for creating the arrow shaft, and therefore became lost technology many hundreds of years earlier. The simpler design had been known and excepted as the only design of arrow shaft maker.


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