Interesting how history repeats itself. A Danish-born friend of mine, Kai Lawaetz, held the world's most exquisite private collection of Taino Amerindian objects called Zemis, which he collected over 80 years. I just recognized the parallel. Archaeology report, year 3010: The North American Orgonite tribe circa 2000 continued a tradition of placing talismans underground for ceremonial purposes which are unknown. These conical objects of resin, crystal and metal shavings were known as "holy hand grenades", and were produced by "Modern Shamans" and artisans of a sub-culture not fully described in their literature. The use of "holy hand grenades" follows the Pre-Columbian Taino and Arawak people of the Caribbean who buried stone, shell or wooden objects of conic form in their fields to promote fertility.