Though this Book is fiction, care has been taken to keep
the story within the reach of the possible, based on fact and historical
situations. An inscribed rock similar to the one in the story that marked
entry to the village lies near the base of a mesa 16 miles west of Los
Lunas, New Mexico. It is basalt and has been estimated to weigh from
80 to 100 tons.
The location is on the Rio Puerco drainage a tributary
of the Rio Grande. It has been called The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone,
The Mystery Stone, The Phoenician Rock and other names. The land just
south of Albuquerque on which it rests has been administered by the
New Mexico State Land Commissioner.
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