Monday, November 29, 2010

Who built the ancient stone architecture of Canada and New England?

From the [click here]
Also this about Cahokia.


Geophile said...

That first is interesting. When I first began to research the Lenape people, which is what got me into all of this, I found that the writings of the first Europeans to see the Lenape and related peoples remarked upon and mused about the fact that they looked like Europeans but with dark hair and eyes. There is no mention by those early arrivals of any Asian look to the Lenape people, and portraits that remain bear them out.

The bit about these people being the ones who preceded the Celtic people in the British Isles is also thought-provoking. I'm not saying I'm convinced this writer is right, but this isn't an idea I would just throw out. The similarities between stone sites in Finland (and possibly other parts of Scandinavia, but I haven't looked into that) and here are striking.

Anonymous said...

Is there a link to part 1?

The Ohio serpent mounds and moundworks are strikingly similar to thode found in the Golan Heights and nearby Syria, where one can literally find hundreds of them quite easily using Google Earth.

Bronze age navigation, using the precession rate of the stars to keep time, allowed those from the Old World to come and settle the New, both from Europe and Asia. It is why pyramids can be found so extensively all over the planet, and Semitic writings similar to the Bibical Canaanites (Golan and Syria) are found within the US moundworks.

Just my opinion. :~)


Anonymous said...

Hope this works: a Google Earth link to a serpent mound in Golan Heights. It looks hungry! dc.,35.687128&spn=0.004362,0.013046&t=e&z=17&ecpose=33.03914215,35.6870295,1381.03,4.285,7.591,0

Anonymous said...

Sorry. does not appear to have worked.dc.

theseventhgeneration said...

Try this. Maximize this comment box, then click on this link: Golan Heights serpent mound.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, sir!

There are many more of these type mounds in the area. I cannot find much, yet, on the Net regarding them. There is plenty of info on the Gilgal Refaim, an ancient megalithic stone structure dated at 3,000 BC by academia, however.


Anonymous said...


I should have said "Thank you Ma'am". My bad. :~)


pwax said...

Later I comment that the question contains its own answer: the people who lived here in Ancient times.