Lion Island is a small island in the area of New South Wales Australia. It is named as such because it resembles a sphinx, or crouching lion. The tasking for this project was to view the island and determine what culture might have existed before the current one.
Some archaeologists and hobbyists have speculated that the Gosford Glyphs found near Sydney, Australia tell the story of Egyptians living in the area some several thousand years ago. While Jemma Warner and I both did get pyramids and Egyptian looking aspects related to the area, we are not sure in this case whether it is completely reliable data (there may have been too many assumptions or bias built into the target) and for now it is hard to prove one way or the other.
Jemma Warner also seemed to capture mountains and some related details:
And here again are a few more drawings from my own session, which if connected might have something to do with the nearby coast:
Both of our sessions are available below: