When I went back later, I discovered it's actually an earth-centered religion/Wicca worship center. That's rather ironic, because it was one of my favorite places to pray last year, and I know some of my friends have gone up there to worship under the stars. It's a great place to watch the sunset - God's sunset.
Apparently, there's a pretty big controversy about a cross that was placed up there, leaning on one of the rocks. First of all, I'm pretty sure I saw crosses there - like the one described - long before the earth-centered religious people set the rocks there. Second, it's entirely possible that the cross-placer didn't know it was an earth-centered worship center. It could just as easily be a God worship center, like it was before for me and others, without the rocks.
So, I think Mikey Weinstein's comment comparing the cross to a swastika in the Jewish chapel is a little over the top. Crosses and swastikas stand for entirely different - indeed opposite - things.
But, if - that's an if - the cross was placed there to spite the Wiccans, it's the wrong approach. Jesus did not shove his cross in the face of those who did not believe Him or even opposed Him. He bore the cross for them. He died for them. He loved them.
And that is what we should do. Placing a cross on the hill will not change anyone's heart, "for the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing" (1 Corinthians 1:18). Love will change a man's heart.
So, instead of placing crosses at earth-centered worship sites, we need to love earth-centered worshipers and Wiccans and those who follow similar belief systems.
Because "We don't have a belief system. We got the truth."
"And the truth will set you free." (John 8:32)