Recently, Scott Wolter was called out to Westford to examine grooves on the Knight that some claim form the shape of a Hooked X®, a symbol that he first proposed as a variant version of the rune for the vowel A on the Kensington Rune Stone but later universalized as the sign and the seal of the Holy Bloodline of Jesus, with the lower half of the symbol representing Christ’s penis, the upper part Mary Magdalene’s womb, and the little arm on the upper stave of the X the fetus in her womb.
Wolter had visited the Knight many times in the past but did not see the Hooked X® until Christiana and Greenslade, fans of Wolter, supposedly discovered it.
Brody provided image scans of the Knight that reveal what he and Wolter believe is a Hooked X®, a registered trademark of Scott Wolter.
Looking at the X (you may need to zoom in), the "hook," and the 2 "word separator" dots on either side, we see that the upper left stem, the lower left stem, the upper right stem, the "hook" stem and the left dot all contain light blue "punch" marks within the green-colored surface. The lower right stem and the right dot are solid green amid the yellowish/orange-colored surface. Looking at the color chart on the right of the image, we see that all the carved lines/dots in question are approximately one to one-and-a-half color gradations in depth--in other words, carved or punched at a relatively similar depth. Again, this points to a manmade origin.
When I asked Scott why this only added up to 85-90% certainty, he laughed and said that his only hesitation was that finding a Hooked X on the Westford Knight carving was simply "too good to be true."