Prehistoric or megalithic landmarks built by Native American Indians and Canada”s First Nations People were stone structures to mark a pathway, location of stored food and belongings or as burial mounds. Known today as cairns, these structures are seen as simple piles of stones or unusual stones perched on tree stumps. The significance of these cairns was known only to the people who created them. Some of these landmarks are still standing. Today new creations are seen as earth sculpture art and some even as balance art. Dancing Stone exemplifies these unusual early landmarks as a tree stump displaying stone carved by nature as an art form.