Monday, December 26, 2011

Giant with Double Row of Teeth Uncovered in Noble County, Ohio

Giant with Double Row of Teeth Uncovered in Noble County, Ohio
                                                     Early Photo of Noble County, Ohio

Giant with Double Row of Teeth Uncovered in Noble County, Ohio
   Historical Collections of Ohio, Vol., II 1885
Huge skeletons--In Seneca township (Noble County, Ohio) was opened, in 1872, one of numerous Indian mounds that abound in the neighborhood. This particular one was locally known as the “Bates” mound. Upon being dug into it was found to contain a few broken pieces of earthenware, a lot of flint-heads and one or two stone implements and the remains of three skeletons, whose size would indicate they measured in life at least eight feet in height. The remarkable feature of these remains was they had double teeth in front as well as in back of the mouth and in both upper and lower jaws. Upon exposure to the atmosphere the skeletons soon crumbled back to mother earth.  

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Did the Mound Builders Have Red Hair?

Did the Mound Builders Have Red Hair?

History of Kentucky  1874
  Did the mound builder have yellow hair?  "The scalp, with small exceptions," says Mitchell, somewhat vaguely, "is covered with sorrel or foxy hair."  "the color of the hair" says the writer, on page 159, Vol II under Edmonson County, "was a dark red:" and Bradford, describing the mummies found on the Cumberland river in Tennessee, and in the Mammoth Cave and other caverns of Kentucky, says that the hair was "generally of the color varying from brown to yellow and red."  This testimony would seem to be conclusive as to the prevailing tint of Aboriginal hair, and might be hastily accepted as confiirmitory of the theory which ascribes to the Mound-builders a European origin.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Ancient Race of Giants Uncovered in Sonora Mexico

Ancient Race of Giants Uncovered in Sonora Mexico

New York Times, December 2, 1930
Mining Engineer Tells of Discovery in Sonara by Laborers Digging in Cemetery

Tuscon, Ariz., Dec. 1 (AP)- Discovery of apparent remains of a race of giants has been made at Sayopa, Sonara, a mining town 300 miles south of the Mexican border.
J.E. Coker, a mining engineer, reports that laborers clearing ranch land near the Yaqui River dug into an old cemetery where bodies of men, averaging eight feet in height, were buried tier on tier.
The heads of the skeletons, Coker said, were especially large. Carved native stone bracelets were found on the bones. Beside the bodies, the crudest kind of stone weapons and implements were buried.
After the first skeleton was unearthed owners of the ranch redoubled efforts to excavate in the cemetery.

Nephilim Giants in Carthage, Africa With a Double Row of Teeth

Nephilim Remains Found With a Double Row of Teeth

Trilithons similar to those at Stonehenge in Tripoli, North Africa. The haunt of the early Amorite metal traders.

Amorite Influence had spread across North Africa to the British Isles where one group of the Amorites was known as the Fomorians (Muru or Amorites) who were also known for their giant size and double rows of teeth.

The Giants of Wales by Chris Grooms
Carthage, North Africa
    And in the time of Hadrrian the Emperor, there was raised from the earth, in a place called Messana, the body of the giant called Ida, who was twenty feet in length and who had a double sets of teeth or teeth or two rows of teeth still standing completly preserved in his head or in his gums.

Worlds Before Our Own By Brad Steiger published by Berkley Publishing
   The Babylonian Talmud, a Jewish sacred book, refers to a giant possessing the same twin set of dentures. 

Giant Nephilim Remains Uncovered in Egypt

Giant Nephilim Remains Uncovered in Egypt

Amorites depicted on a Egyptian Glyph

American Antiquarian 1897
      Flinders Petrie claims to have found a new giant race in Egypt, in his last report he says;
A new race has been found, which had not any object of manufacture like the Egyptians; their pottery, their statuettes, their beads, their mode of burial are all unlike any other in Egypt, and not a single usual Egyptian scarab, or heiroglyph of carving, or amulet, or bead, or vase has been found in the whole of the remains in question. That we are dealing with something entirely different from any age of Egyptian civilization yet known, is therefore certain. That this was not a merely local variety is almost certain, as these strange remains are found over more than a hundred miles of country, from Abydos to Gebelen. Our own work was near the middle of this district, between Ballas and Negada.
    The race was very tall and powerful, with strong features: a hooked nose, long pointed beard, and brown wavy hair, are shown by their carvings and bodily remains. There was no trace of the negro type apparent, and in general they seem closely akin to the allied races of the Libyans and Amorites. Their burials are always with the body contracted, and not mummified...
Stone circle with astrological and solar alignments in Egypt. This stone circle predates the Pyramids, but was constructed by the same Indo-European people.

      Metal and flint were both in use by these people. Copper adzes show that the wood was wrought, and finely carved bulls' legs to a couch illustrates the work. Copper harpoons were imitated from the form in bone. Copper needles indicates the use of sewn garments and the multitude of spinning-wheels in the town proves how common weaving must have been.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Rare Ancient Egyptian Photos

Ancient Egypt Pictures, Copyright Free

Egyptian Dwelling

Ancient Egypt House

Ancient Egypt Brick Making

Ancient Egypt Theban Tomb

Temple of Edfu

Ancient Egypt, The Sphinx and second pyramid

Ancient Egypt Statues of,Amenhotep

Monday, October 24, 2011

Ancient Jaredite's Giant Human Skeletons Uncovered in New York

Ancient Jaredites Giant Human Skeletons Uncovered in New York

Remains of the giant Jaradites are discovered in the northern parts of New York where the Jaradites were believed to have settled.  These remains are a confirmation of the Moromons belief of a giant race whose origins were form the Biblical Levant.

Notes on the Iroquois by Henry Schoolcraft, 1847
Ancient Entrenchments on Fort Hill
     The work occurs on an elevated point of land formed by the junction of a small stream, called Fordhams brook, with Allens Creek, a tributary of the Genessee River. Its position is about three miles north of the village of LeRoy, and some ten or twelve northeast of Batavia. The best view of the hill, as one of the natural features of the country, is obtained a short distance north of it, on the road from Bergen to Leroy.
But the most remarkable and distinctive tract connected with its archaeology is the discovery of human bones denoting an uncommon stature and development, which are mentioned in the same communication. A Humerus or shoulder bone, which is preserved, denotes a stature one-third larger than the present race, and there is also a lower jaw bone, preserved by a physician at Batavia, from the vicinity, which indicates the same gigantic measure of increase.

Fort Hill in New York

Notes on the Iroquois, Henry R. Schoolcraft, 1847
       Skeletons found about Fort Hill (Auburn, N.Y.) and its vicinity, sustain the impression that the former occupants of their military station, were of a larger and more powerful race of men than ourselves. I learned that the skeletons generally indicated a stouter and larger frame. A humerus or shoulder bone, of which one has been preserved, may safely be said to be one-third larger or stouter than any now swung by the living. A resident of Batavia, Thomas T. Everertt, M.D., has in his cabinet, a portion of a lower jaw bone, full one-third larger than any possessed by the present race of men, which was found in a hill near Le Roy, some two years since.

History of the Holland Purchase, 1849

       A mile north of Aurora Village, in Erie County, there are several small lakes or ponds, around and between which, there are knobs or elevations, thickly covered with a tall growth of pine; upon them, are several mounds, where many human bones have been excavated… There are in the village and vicinity few gardens and fields where ancient and Indian relics are not found at each successive ploughing. Few cellars are excavated without discovering them. In digging a cellar a few years since upon the farm of P. Piersen, a skeleton was exhumed, the thigh bones of which would indicate great height; exceeding by several inches, that of the tallest of our own race.

History of the Holland Purchase, 1849
      The ancient works at Fort Hill, LeRoy, are especially worthy of observation in connection with this interesting branch of history… Forty years ago an entrenchment ten feet deep, and some twelve or fifteen feet wide, extended from the west to the east end, along the north or front part, and continued up each side about twenty rods, where it crossed over, and joining made the circuit of entrenchment complete. It would seem that this fortification was arranged more for protection against invasion from the north, this direction being evidently its most commanding position. Near the northwest corner, piles of rounded stones, have, at different times, been collected of hard consistence, which are supposed to have been used as weapons of defense by the besieged against the besiegers. Such skeletons as have been found in and about this locality, indicate a race of men averaging one third larger than the present race; so adjudged an anatomist.

History of St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties, New York, 1853
        In the town of MaComb, St. Lawrence County, are found traces of three trench enclosures, and several places where beds of ashes mark the site of ancient hearths. One of these was on the farm of William Houghton, on the bank of Birch Creek, and enclosed the premises now used as a mill yard. It is somewhat in the form of a semi-circle; the two ends resting on the creek, and might have enclosed half and acre… On an adjoining hill, now partly occupied by an orchard, traces of an ancient work formerly existed, but this has also been obliterated.
In the pond adjoining there was found, many years since, a skeleton, said to have been of great size.

History of Seneca County, New York, 1876
       There were several mounds on the Calver place, and we often plowed up bones and ancient crockery. In 1850 we opened one of these mounds, and found a very large skeleton, with a well-shaped skull, and a stone pitcher near the head. The pitcher seemed to have been made of sand and clay. Small vessels of the same material, filled with clam-shells, were placed inside of the elbows. Some of these pitchers would hold half a gallon. We gave them to Gen. Brish. These things were as wonderful to the Indians as to us.

History of Niagara County, New York, 1878

       “About one and a half miles west of Shelby Centre, Orleans County, is an ancient work. A broad ditch encloses in a form nearly circular about three acres of land: the ditch is at this day well defined, several feet deep. Some skeletons, almost entire, have been exhumed, many of giant size, not less than seven to eight feet in length. The skulls are large, and well developed in the anterior lobe, abroad between the ears and flattened in the coronal region.”

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Giant Human Remains Uncovered in the Aleutian Islands

Giant Human Remains Uncovered in the Aleutian Islands

Newspaper headline revealing the finding of giant human skeletons in the Aleutian Islands. 

Indiana Evening Gazette April 4, 1950

Aleutian Skeleton Found

State College, Pa., April 4-The skeleton of an ancient Aleutian woman, excavated by an Army Air Forces chaplain on the island of Architka, Aleutian Islands, has been presented to the Pennsylvania State College.
Capt. Cecil C. Cowder, of Bigler, Clearfield County, said he excavated the skeleton on November 9 while he was stationed at Shenya Air Force Base.
The body had been buried in an ancient “kitchen mitten,” a refuse heap, at a depth of five feet. With it were a number of bone harpoons, several bone fish shanks, stone blades, a bird, a fish and numerous pieces of hard bone and rough stone which probably were intended for use in the future life. The harpoons had been deliberately broken and then placed carefully on top of the body.”

The island of Architka is halfway between the coast of Kamchatka and the northern Japanese Kuril Islands; (the home of the Joman), and mainland Alaska's Bristol Bay. It can be found on a globe or map where the international dateline makes a large “V” to incorporate this island.
Arrow on the map points to the site where giant human skeletons were uncovered in the Aleutian Islands. This is more evidence that  migrations of the Euro-Asian Hunters and Fishers were moving east in to North America and spreading down the Pacific coast.  Map copyright from "The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angles in the Ohio Valley."
  The act of "breaking" artifacts before being placed in the graves was a common find in the prehistoric shell mounds along the Pacific coast. This is more evidence of the migrations of the Maritime Archaic migrations from 7000BC-2000BC.  Skeletal remains within the shell mounds have been identified as those of the Joman Culture from Japan.

Giant Human Remains Uncovered in Japan

Giant Human Remains Uncovered in Japan

Stone Circle in Japan is evidence that the Megalithic people had migrated into this region, leaving behind their gigantic skeletal remains.

Mansfield News, July 13, 1918
Bones of Early Japanese show Their Great Height
Fifteen human skeletons were unearthed in the provinve of Kawachi. This is considered the birthplace of Japanese Civilization. Of the relics of the Japanese stone age discovered by Professor Okushi three of the skeletons were in perfect preservation all bones being intact. East and West News says it rarely happens according to scientific records that so many perfect skeletons are discovered in one place.
Among indications that people of that period lived on uncooked food is the fact that upper and lower teeth are evenly worn down. Decayed teeth are not found. The bony structure of the skeletons are massive, shin bones in most cases are somewhat flat. Some of these skeletons stand seven feet high and even shorter ones are over six feet. Skeletons were found in a lying position with knees drawn up. Without doubt these people belonged to the stone age in Japan.
While making the excavation stone implements, earthenware and two copper arrowheads were found. Two white jade earrings were discovered which may be Chinese in origin.

Ancient Giant Human Remains Found In France

Ancient Giant Human Remains Found In France

News, (Frederick Maryland)
Find Old Graves

Skeletons of Giant Warriors Unearthed in France

Men who lived 25,000 years ago Believed to have died fighting-Arrow found in head of one.
The discovery of 25,000 year- old graves containing well preserved skeletons of three prehistoric warriors has just been discovered at Solutre, a small village in the. [...] department of France, widely known for its prehistoric remains.
In the last 60 years remarkable specimens of remains of the prehistoric period have been found at Solutre, and a short time ago the Lyons faculty of science decide to undertake a methodical and scientific search of the district on its own account. The first search proved rather disappointing but the work was nerveless, energetically carried on, and after 20 days of patient toll the scientist in charge of the expedition discovered three men who lived in the latter Paleolithic or Aurignacien period, from 20,000 to 25,000 years ago.
The three skeletons were buried in the same position at a depth of three feet seven inches, five feet and six feet respectively the heads facing the rising sun. Lying on their backs the knees slightly raised, the hands clasped over the stomach, the skeletons were resting on beds of ashes. On either side of the head were two roughly hewn stones in the shape of a “cromlech,” which it is believed indicate the exact position to be occupied by the body.
The skeletons evidently belonged to extremely powerful men, as the smallest of the three measured six feet two inches while the tallest measured six feet nine inches. The shape of the skull is remarkable, the forehead is rather low. The sockets of the eye are square and of large dimensions; the jawbone is prominent and the jaws are powerful, and still contain well preserved teeth.

Bible Verses Describing Giant Humans

Giant Humans Bible Quotes

Genesis 6:4 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of Elohim came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.

Numbers 13:33 And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Deuteronomy 2:11 Which also were accounted giants, as the Anakims; but the Moabites called them Emims.

Deuteronomy 2:20 (That also was accounted a land of giants: giants dwelt therein in old time; and the Ammonites call them Zamzummims;

Deuteronomy 3:11 For only Og king of Bashan remained of the remnant of giants; behold his bedstead was a bedstead of iron; is it not in Rabbath of the children of Ammon? nine cubits was the length thereof, and four cubits the breadth of it, after the cubit of a man.

Deuteronomy 3:13 And the rest of Gilead, and all Bashan, being the kingdom of Og, gave I unto the half tribe of Manasseh; all the region of Argob, with all Bashan, which was called the land of giants.

Joshua 12:4 And the coast of Og king of Bashan, which was of the remnant of the giants, that dwelt at Ashtaroth and at Edrei,

Joshua 13:12 All the kingdom of Og in Bashan, which reigned in Ashtaroth and in Edrei, who remained of the remnant of the giants: for these did Moses smite, and cast them out.

Joshua 15:8 And the border went up by the valley of the son of Hinnom unto the south side of the Jebusite; the same [is] Jerusalem: and the border went up to the top of the mountain that [lieth] before the valley of Hinnom westward, which [is] at the end of the valley of the giants northward:

Joshua 17:15 And Joshua answered them, If thou [be] a great people, [then] get thee up to the wood [country], and cut down for thyself there in the land of the Perizzites and of the giants, if mount Ephraim be too narrow for thee. {giants: or, Rephaims}

Joshua 18:16 And the border came down to the end of the mountain that [lieth] before the valley of the son of Hinnom, [and] which [is] in the valley of the giants on the north, and descended to the valley of Hinnom, to the side of Jebusi on the south, and descended to Enrogel,

Discover The Biblical Giants in the Ohio Valley

Cro Magnon Giant Race in Europe

Giant Cro-Magnons of Europe

The ancient race of giants written of in the Bible has their origins with the Cro Magnon species of man.  New evidence reveals that some of these giants mixed with remnants of the Neanderthal species creating a hybrid race that was noted for its large size and "primitive" looking skulls that included a heavy brow ridge and sloping forehead.

Oakland Tribune, May 30, 1909

Probably Belonged To A Cave Dweller of Western Europe-Owner Had No Dome.

Skull Fairly Complete

Professor Boule introduced me to the wonderful skull, and placed it in my hands. It has been treated by him with great skill so as to render the bone firm and hard, while detached portions have been fitted into place, so that it is fairly complete. It will be remembered that this skull was found together with most of the skeleton of the same individual, by two enthusiastic local archaeologist, buried at such depth and in such position in the cave known as the Chapelle-aux-Saints is to leave no doubt as to its belonging to one of a race of men contemporary with the mammoth and hairy rhinoceros-a race which inhabited Europe in the great glacial period-which cannot be less than a hundred thousand years behind us, and probably is more. The chief importance of the skull lies in the fact that it agrees in its very peculiar form with the Neanderthals skull (from Bonn), the Spy skulls (Belgium), and the Gibraltar skull. It in fact, confirms the conclusion that at this period the caves of Western Europe were inhabited by a race of men with peculiar skulls
The fact was published some four months ago that the new Correzo skull agrees with the celebrated skull top of the Neanderthal in the extraordinary shallowness or absence of doing in the retreating forehead, the thick prominent eyebrow ridges, and in the excessive “lowness” or want of elavation of the back region. But further study of the new skull had enabled Prof. Boule to show that the outline of the new skull looked at from above exactly coincides with that of the Neanderthal skull- there is the same great length from the eyebrows to occipant and the great breadth at a series of corresponding regions.

Both of Enormous Size

The curious thing is that both these skulls are of enormous size-a good deal bigger in length and breadth than modern European skulls, and not as small and ape-like, though they are far shallower (that is, less high in the dome) than any skulls of living men. The ancient Neanderthal men’s brain was not smaller, but actually a little bigger than that of modern Europeans, it was bigger in regions where tho modern Europeans is small, and smaller where that is large.

Oakland Tribune, January 1, 1928

Some widely accepted beliefs concerning prehistoric man in Europe tottered today when Dr. Alex Hrdlicka, Smithsonian anthropologist, presented results of his recent researches before the Anthropological Section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
One of the beliefs questioned concerned the existence of the so-called “Supermen” of Grimaldi as a distinct race. Some years ago in the caves of Grimaldi on the Mediterranean near Mentone, three gigantic skeletons, with some others were uncovered. These skeletons, all male, belonged to men considerably over 6 feet in height, two of them being 6 feet 4 inches, and of great strength. The skull capacities of the three “giants” were correspondingly large.  

Coshocton, Ohio Tribune, January 9, 1929,

Algeria Finds Were the Bones of Our Ancestors
“The bones unearthed by the Beloit-Logan expedition were dug out of huge mounds of small shells. The hithero unknown pre-modern race at Gibralter and Sicily, Dr. Alfred Romer, University of Chicago paleontologist, reports that the animal bones found in the shell heaps are similar to those found in the northern Cro-Magnon sites and that modern people were evidently hunters on a small scale, the evidence being the presence of burnt bones of the giant ox, the wild bull and the lion in the dirt and shells of the heaps. The North African people lived in the open, the Cro-Magnon people in caves.
After intensive measurements of the skeletons in all possible features Dr. Cole concludes that they resemble modern Europeans far more than they do any other race. The anthropological measurements also indicate that these pre-modern inter-married with other races, which would in turn indicate that none of the present south European races are technically “pure.” He believes that the skeletal evidence of that race shows inter-mixture with ancient brutish anthropoid-like Neanderthal men, who dominated the scene 50,000 years ago.”

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

100 Burial Mounds and Earthworks in Ohio Revealed For The First Time

Burial Mounds and Earthworks that the Ohio Historical Society wants to keep secret. For directions to all of  these sites.

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222 mound and earthwork sites

Photographs from The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley

Aberdeen Mound

Located in Aberdeen, Brown County like many of the burial mounds in Ohio are not maintained and overgrown

Adena Mound
An Adena mound that is 27 ft. high and 140 ft. in diameter, and was surrounded by a circular embankment. It is within Adena State Memorial. It was destroyed by the Ohio Historical Society.

Alligator Mound
An effigy mound in the shape of  a salamander is located in Licking County, Ohio

The effigy mound is aligned to the May 1 sunrise and was symbolic of the Earth Mother.  

Arledge Mounds
One mound located outside of  Circleville, Pickaway County. 

Austin Brown Mound
Located in Chillicothe, Ross County was scheduled to be destroyed by the Ohio Historical Society, but a cave in during the dig nearly killed one of the grave robbers and the work was halted

Benham Mound
Burial mound Located near Cincinnati.

Blackwater Earthwork Henge Group

Nothing was done to preserve this earthwork group in Chillicothe, Ohio.

To the north of the previous group, Squire and Davis diagrammed two additional works, one of which is revealed in this photo as a large 210 foot diameter henge.   Few sites represent the complete ignorance and lack of any respect for Ohio's antiquities as this site that continues to be destroyed by farming with no efforts by the Ohio Historical Society to restore this National Treasure.

Blennerhassett Island Overlook Mound
A mound just west of Belpre, Washington County. 

Bone Mound II
Located in Oregonia, Warren County.

Buffington Island Mound 
Also known as Price Mound. It is about 20 ft. high and 125 ft. in diameter. 

Burchenal Mound
Located in Springfield Township, Hamilton County.

Calvary Cemetery EnclosureAn enclosure partly in Carrillon Historical Park, Dayton. Only a section of the northern wall exsists. To view the remaining section, enter the Calvary Cemetery off of South Dixie Ave., and drive to the northern most section. You can clearly see it behind a line of trees.

Carl Potter Mound

Located in Mechanicsburg, Champaign County. 

Cedar-Bank Works

Parts of this earthwork are still visible in Ross County, but like everything else in Ohio it is not marked nor preserved. 

Charles Metzger Mound

Located in Chillicothe, this mound was leveled by the Ohio Historical and then poorly reconstructed.

Cincinnati Enclosure

The principal earthen wall in now Cincinnati Ohio

Coe Mound
Burial mound in Columbus, Ohio

Col. Johnston Works

Was on left bank of Great Miami River, 2.5 miles above Piqua, upon the farm of Col. John Johnston

Conrad Mound Archaeological Site
Located in Cleves, Hamilton County.

Coon Hunters  Mound
Located in Carroll, Fairfield County. 

David Stitt Mound

Located in Chillicothe. Was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on 11-09-1972.

Dawes Arboretum Mound
This believed to be Adena subconical mound is about 4 ft. high and about 30 ft. across. It occupies the highest point on the grounds. Just north of Jacksontown, Licking County.

Dayton Power and Light Company Mound
Located in Wrightsville, Adams County. 

Cemetery Mound in Butler County

Demoret Mound

located in Ross, Butler County.

Dixon Mound
Also known as Williamson Mound . Located in Licking County on private property. This conical mound is 15 ft. high and 80 ft. in diameter

Dunlap's Works

Located 6 miles noth of Chillicothe. Consisted of a 13 acre square connected to a circle, a small rectangle, an avenue of 2 parallel embankments (1,130 ft. long), and 8 mounds. Nothing seems to exsist.

Dunns Pond Mound
 Dunns Pond, near the SE corner of Indian Lake, Logan County. 

Eagle Township Works I Mound
Located in Fincastle, Brown County.  The mound, which is one Ohio's largest, is now being plowed and farmed and on its way to being destroyed.  

Edgington Mound
Also known as Adomeit Mound and Neville Mound.

Edith Ross Mound
Located in Laurelville, Hocking County. Behind this mound on the hill in the background is one of Ohio's
largest and most incredible burial mounds.

Elk Lick Road Mound
Evans Mound. Located near the picnic area in the southern part of East Fork State Park.  This is a good example of why you should not go to Ohio in the summer months to visit the mounds and earthworks. 

Enon Mound

The mound at Enon, north of Dayton 

Get the directions to all of the burial mounds and earthworks in Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan!  "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley"

Enyart Mound
Located in the Indian Creek Preserve in Reily, Butler a small mound that dug in to by archaeologist and supposedly "restored."  The mound is only  a few feet in height, that was originally six.  You can still see where the archaeologist dug and threw the dirt out of the hole. 

Etna Township Mounds, Licking County.

Fairfield Township Works I
Located within the Rentschler Forest Preserve in Butler county Ohio is one of the best preserved and most noteable earthworks.    The two serpent heads facing central sun disc is still well defined.  
One of Ohio's best earthwork sites located in Butler County, Ohio is not maintianed but visible in the winter months.  Signs should be posted at these sites for people to not walk on the earthwork itself.  

Fairmount Mound
On the grounds of the Fairrmount Presbyterian Church it is one of the few maintained mounds in Ohio because the Ohio Historical Society is not responsible for it.

Ferris Owen Mound
Located in Newark, Licking County at the entrance of the main building at Newark High School.

Feurt Mounds and Village

Located in Portsmouth.

Fort Ancient
The Hopewell Indians lived here from 100 B.C.-500 A.D.

Two mounds at the gateway of Fort Ancient. The Ohio Historical Society charges 7.00 to get inside, but you can see plenty from the outside.  

Fort Hill
Fort Hill was constructed to represent a serpent.

Fort Hill is not maintained and there not even a sign to direct you up the hill. If you go in the summer you will  not be able to see anything.

Fortner Mounds

Two mounds located behind some houses in Pinkerington, Fairfield County.

Frankfort Works Mound
Located in Frankfort, Ross County. This work used to consist of a 27 acre square connected to two large circle.
Only one of the 8 mounds that were in the enclosure can currently be seen.

George Deffenbaugh Mound
Located in Laurelville, Hocking County. 
Ohio's most magnificent mound and earthwork sites has had a lot of damage done from idiots at the Ohio Historical Society.  The map is wrong , there is actually four gateways that correspond to the cardinal  points.

Glenford Fort
Located in Glenford, Perry County, on private property. It is a 27-acre Hopewell culture hilltop enclosure of sandstone boulders, not earthworks, in use between 100 B.C.-500 A.D.

Much of the central stone mound was recently destroyed by an Ohio archaeologist without the owners permission.  

Great Butler Mound
This large burial mound in Butler county has the appearance of having two peaks which is due to the Ohio Historical Society trenching through the middle of it.

Great Circle Earthworks
The earthwork complex at Newark Ohio was dedicated to both the Moon and Earth Mother Goddess.  The octagon is aligned to the minumum and maximum moon sets that occur over an 18 year period.  The large henge to the south is aligned to the May 1 sunrise.  
Newark Circular Henge is best seen in the winter months.  It is maintained by the Ohio Historical Society who lets the ditches grow thick in grass obstructing its view.

Newark Octagon
The Newark, Ohio octagon is best viewed in the winter months when there are no golfers.  It is well maintained in the summer also by the golf coarse and another example of why all of Ohio's earthworks should be managed and 
maintained and preserved by the private sector.

High Bank Works
The Highbanks works is nearly identical to the Newark works but is turned 90 degrees to align to the winter and summer solstice.

The highbank work is still visible from this aerial photo. Ohio lets archaeologist come to this site from all over the country to destroy what little remains of this National Treasure. Arrows at the bottom show that parts of the sacred via may still be visible from ground level.

Highbanks Earthworks
Located in Highbanks Metro Park, north of Columbus, Ohio

The Highbank work was constructed by the Iroquois about 800 A.D.  Two early Iroquois burial mounds are also within the park. The Iroquois had assimilated many of the Adena burial and material culture and is many times 
mis-identified by archaeologist.

Hillside Haven Mound
Burial mound in Clinton county was an ossuary that contained many burials until being desecrated by archaeologists.

A small serpent mound is located next the burial mound, part of it has been destroyed by archaeologists.
There are additional serpentine works around this site.

Hope Furnace Mound
A 3 ft. high, 40 ft. diameter mound within Lake Hope State Park, Vinton County.

Hopeton Work
Hopeton earthwork is one example of how the Adena Hopewell had knowledge of high mathematics to be able to square a circle, where the circle and the square have equal areas.  The alignment of the work was to the summer and
winter solstice.

Horn Mound
Located in Tarlton, Pickaway County, this is one of Ohio largest burial mounds that can be seen from miles away.
Of coarse there are no signs designating it as a burial mound.

Hueston Woods Park Mound
This burial mound is overgrown in the summer months and best viewed in the winter.
Huffman MoundHurley Mound
Located in the Taft Reserve, Licking County it is in a ruined state from excavations by archaeologist. Another mound is visible within this park.

Hurley Mound
Located in Lumberton, Clinton County. This mound is slowly eroding down the cliff.

Indian Mound Park
Located in Columbus. 

(nothing to see)

Infirmary Mound
south of Granville, Licking County.
(nothing to see)

Jackson Mound

Located in Pancoastburg, Franklin County

John GabrLocated in Galloway, Franklin County.

Junction Group

Located two miles southwest of Chillicothe in a field that continues to be plowed.

Karshner Mound

Located in Laurelville, Hocking County. This is sometimes called the top hat mound.

Keiter Mound

Located in Wilmington, Clinton County.

Kinder Mound (Hill-Kinder Mound)
Mound in Franklin, Warren County, heavily overgrown. 

Kinzer Mound

Located in South Salem, Ross County.

Lake Ridge Island Mounds

Located in Russells Point, Logan County

Landen Mounds

Two mounds located in Warren County.

Liberty Works
Located in Section 10 of Liberty Twsp., Ross County.  A large burial mound was still extant a few years ago but has been leveled by the Ohio Historical Society. The map above was from "Ancient Monuments," 1848 and was printed backwards.  So zealous was the archaeologist to dig and destroy they never even realized it until a couple of years ago, and their revision was still wrong!

This aerial photo shows the correct position of the works with the square to the south.  A undiscovered sacred via
can be seen in the northwest corner of the square.  Part of the smaller 800 foot diameter circles outline can be een across the road.

Luther List Mound

Located in Circleville, Pickaway County.

Mann Mound
Located in Jacksonburg, Butler County this is Ohio's largest remaining stone mound.

Madisonville Site

Mariemont Embankment overlooking the Little Miami River is left covered in growth.

Marietta Earthworks
A group of earthworks and mounds in Marietta.

The large mound is encircled by a ditch.

One of the several platform mounds that can still be seen in this complex and is evidence that the Sioux Hopewell inhabited this sites until the Mississippian Era.

Markham Mound
Located Zaleski, Vinton County.

McLaughlin Mound

Located in Mount Vernon, Knox County.

Melick Mound

Located, Licking County.

Miami Fort
Located in Shawnee Lookout Park, Hamilton County overlooking the confluence of the Great Miami and Ohio Rivers. The undulating wall of the earthwork were constructed to represent a serpent. The interior ditch of the work is very similar to Fort Hill.  Burial mounds used to be visible inside of the work but have all been destroyed by archaeologist.

Looking towards the gateway to the north where a sacred via leads down the hill.

Miamisburg Mound
Ohio's largest  Adena mound that is over 70 feet in height.

Mound Cemetery Mound

Mound Cemetery Mound is located near Chester

Mound City
Mound City is located in Chillicothe, Ohio.  All of the mounds have been previously leveled and the artifacts
sold to museums in England. 

The site was poorly reconstructed by the Ohio Historical Society and the DNR . If you go in the summer only the middle of the site is mowed and the mounds visible. 

Nashport Mound

Located in, Muskingum County.

Nettle Lake Mound Group

Located in Nettle Lake, Williams County.  Mound groups f 5 were prevalent in the lakes area of northern Ohio and Indiana and Michigan, this is the only one left except for a group in Michigan that has all but bee n destroyed by archaeologists.

Norwood Mound
A burial mound can be seen in the suburb of Norwood.

Octagon Earthworks

The Octagon Earthworks are part of the Newark Earthworks complex of prehistoric Sioux Hopewell. The work is aligned to the minimum and maximum moon sets over an 18 year period.  The 8 mounds are symbolic of the 8 phases of the moon.

Odd Fellows Cemetery Mounds
Adena burial mounds in the Flagstone Cemetery in Newtown, Hamilton County. 

Old Maid's Orchard Mound

Located in Lithopolis, Fairfield County.

Orators Mound
While this mound may appear unimpressive, it is a key to the understanding the mound builders culture and the icons that represent the Earth Mother.
Blood Spring is located next to the previous mound and represents one of the Holy of Hollies of the mound builders

Piketon Mounds
The mounds at Piketon gives the observer an opportunity to see the evolution of some of the larger burial mounds
built by the Adena.  The cluster of small mounds would have been capped with earth and a large mound erected over the top.  Another large mound once existed in the cemetery.
Pollock Earthworks
Located in Indian Mound Park near Cedarville, Greene County is an enclosure overlooking the river that has serpentine elements.

Much of this work has been destroyed and excavated over and over as this photo reveals.  

Porteus Mound
Adena mound Located south of Coshocton

Portsmouth Mound Park
The Portsmouth works extend in to Kentucky.  Little or nothing has been preserved, but it is believed that pockets of this earthwork that extended over 20 miles might still exist.  The square work is still partially preserved on private property.

The horseshoe shaped work is still visible in the city of Portsmouth and give some perspective of how massive this work was.

Raleigh Mound

Located in Fredericktown, Knox County, the trench through the middle is diagnostic of an early Ohio Historical Society dig and destroy mission.

Ranger Station Mound
Burial mound located at Zaleski Forest preserve.

Ratcliffe Mound (Radcliff Mound)
Located in Londonderry, this is the mound prior to the Ohio Hsitorical Societies work.

This is what the mound looks like today, much reduced from its original  height

Reeves Mound

Located in Meigs County this is likely an Adena mound

Reily Cemetery Mound
Located in Reily Cemetery in Reily, Butler County. 

Located in Elizabethtown, Hamilton County. Was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on 3-04-1975.

Seip Mound  and earthwork

Seip Mound is the central mound in a group of geometric earthworks.  This mound was leveled and then reconstructed, but how accurate is unknown.

A very small part of the earthwork was restored to a fraction of its original size.  The large mound is in the background.

Serpent Mound
An effigy mound in the shape of a serpent. Located in Locust Grove, Adams County. It is 1,332 feet long

Shorts Woods Park Mound
Located in Sayler Park, Hamilton County. 

Shrum Mound 
One of the few mounds left in the City of Columbus , Ohio

Located in Warrenton, Jefferson County. Was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on 9-05-1975.

Located in Ashland, Ashland County. Was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on 1-31-1976.
Spruce Hill Fort

Spruce Hill is a myterious stone work in the shape of a serpent where the stones show evidence of fires that were so hot that some of the stones are fused together.

Dips in the stone wall at Spruce Hill are aligned to solar  events.  The work overlooks the Paint Creek Valley and the may earthworks would have bee visible from high atop this hill.

Stackhouse Mound and Works
This Adena mound and earthwork are in Fredericktown, Knox County.  The outer wall undulates representing a serpent with a gateway that is aliged to the equinox sunrise

Story Mound
TThis is what the Story mound looked like prior to being excavated by the Ohio Historical Society

Today the mound is much reduced and sits on a circular platform that is the original mound.

Stubbs Earthworks

This is a diagram of the Stubbs earthwork

A Hopewell earthwork and mound in Morrow, Warren County. Only the "effigy" mound remains on the grounds of the Little Miami High School.

This is supposedly a part of the effigy within the earthwork?

Tarlton Cross Mound
Located within Cross Mound Park, just north of Tarlton, Fairfield County. 

The cross is visible today along with a stone mound and an earthen mound.  

T.C. Campbell Mound

Located in Bainbridge, Ross County, just west of Seip and Spruce Hill, the mound is located on the road south that will take you to Fort Hill.  It is overgrown and no sign designates and is a good example of how clueless the Ohio Historical Society is about the Ancient world of the mound builders.

Tick Ridge Mound District
Located in Pickaway County.

Tremper Mound and Works
Effigy mound located near Portsmouth, Ohio

The Tremper mound is listed on every Rand McNally map as a tourist destination, with this lump in the field
all that is visible.
Tiltonsville Cemetery Mound
Also known as Hodgen's Cemetery Mound. 

Upham Mound
Located in Newark at the High School

Voss Mound
Located within Battelle-Darby Creek Metro Par

W.C. Clemmons Mound
Located in Fox, Pickaway County.

Williamson Mound
Located in Indian Mound Park near Cedarville, Greene County a short distance from the Pollock works.  The mound is overgrown in the summer and best viewed in the winter months

Winameg MoundsLocated in Delta, Fulton County. (archaeologists destroyed all remnants of this site)

Winchester Works Mound
Located a short distance north of Winchester, Adams County. An earthwork very similar to the Pollock works were also here but destroyed.

Wolfes Plains Group 
Located just south of Chauncey, Athens County.  Several of the henges can be sen in fields that are still being plowed.


The largest mound at the Plains is still visible

Wright Patterson Mound GroupW
A group of 6 mounds in a park

Wright Earthworks

 Newark Earthworks State Memorial, this 50-foot long segment is one side of a large square enclosure that was an important feature of the original complex. 

Athens Ohio Mound

Adena burial mound located in Athens County Ohio

Adena burial mound located in Athens County, Ohio

Burial mound at New Marshfield in Athens county, Ohio.

Burial mound in Athens county that has been excavated by the Ohio Historical Society and left in a ruined state.
Burial mound in Athens county Ohio that is not listed as a historical site.

Several mounds that have been plowe for years can seen in a feild in Athens county, Ohio.  These mounds are not listed as a historic site.

Another example of the poor priority that these ancient mounds have in Athens county, and the state of Ohio.  This is not listed as a historic site.

Small burial mound in Brown county, Ohio

Burial mound located in Delaware county, Ohio

Large Adena burial mound in Fairfield county, Ohio

Dublin, Ohio in Franklin County Ohio Henge Site

Part of the henge can still be seen in this yard in Dublin Ohio.  The site is not listed as a historical site.

Burial mound and earthwork in Worthington in Franklin county, Ohio

Worthington mound

Burial mound in Gallia county, Ohio in Gallipolis

Burial mounds on the former Antioch College campus at Yellow Springs, Ohio in Greene county.

Burial mound that has been heavily damaged by the cemetery in Mt. Vernon Ohio

Burial mound in the Eaton cemetery in Preble county.

Burial mound in Preble county, near Camden.

Burial mound near Londonderry in Ross county, Ohio

Henge group in Chillicothe, Ohio

One of the henges can still be seen in this back yard above Waters St.

Known as the North Fork Works in Ross county, Ohio

Part of the earthwork can still be at the top of the hill but there is no sign designating where the earthwork is.  Markers around the site would indicate that the Ohio Historical society along with the DNR plans on destroying the last of this work.

Baum Works located on Paint Creek in Ross County, Ohio

Plowed for years the outlines of the Baum works can still be seen from this aerial photo

Large burial mound in Vinton County, Ohio

Two large mounds are located north of Fort Hill in Pike County, Ohio that are currently being destroyed as the source of fill dirt.

Burial mound in Hoscking County, Ohio next to the Bethel Church

Burial mound located in the Hocking State Forest in Hocking County

A well preserved hill top enclosure in located in Germantown, Ohio

The serpentine gateway of the Germantown work is identical to the Spruce Hill stone enclosure in Ross county, Ohio.

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