The Pillars of Kreth
On the plains just west of the Flood Road in northern Belkzen lie the Pillars of Kreth, a series of 11 dolmens—massive vertical standing stones topped with flt lintels. The standing stones of the fist 10 dolmens are each between 8 and 9 feet in height, 3 feet wide, and at least 2 feet thick. The lintels are 3 feet thick, overhanging the stones beneath them by at least a foot on all sides.
The fial, easternmost dolmen is only around 4 feet in height, but just as wide as the others. The stones seem to have been roughly worked by primitive hand tools and are far from smooth, with many holes, protrusions, and other natural shapes lef in the rock. The rocks contain numerous symbols and pictograms that correspond to no known language, although some of them are clearly stars, comets, and planets.
The 11 dolmens forms an irregular tunnel that lines up once a year aligns with the red planet Akiton. During this time, the sky above the site turns strange colors and a vibration that sets observers’ teeth on edge can be felt from half a mile away. A torus of churning auroral light rises a mile above the dolmens as the vibrations become deeper and stronger. When the vibrations and light show fially reach a bone-shaking climax, a great pulse of energy rushes underneath the fist 10 dolmens with the speed of a crossbow bolt and strikes the lintel atop the fial dolmen. Anything on top of the stone at this time disappears, never to be seen again. .