Friday, September 21, 2012

Ohio Mound Builders Sun Temple Found In South Carolina

Ohio Hopewell Mound Builders Earthwork Found In South Carolina  
Evidence Links the Cherokee with the Ohio Mound Builders
Henge complex at Camden South Carolina.   The position of this site offers more evidence that the Cherokee Indians were part of the Hopewell Mound Builders Confederacy.


American Antiquarian, 1891
     We are ready to acknowledge the resemblance between these circles in the Kanawha Valley and those on the Wateree River in South Carolina, and especially the similar significance of the circle with the mound in its center, which seems always to be a sign of sun-worship. Squire and Davis have called attention to the general similarity between the southern mounds and the Ohio mounds, especially to the fact that there were spiral paths around the outside of them. They speak of the council or oblong mound in the circle on the Wateree River, with a circumference of 550 feet at the base and 225 feet at the top, and 30 feet high. They say, however, that while this region was occupied by the Cherokee at one time and by the Ocmulgee at another, still the country was, many ages preceding the Cherokees, inhabited by one nation, who were ruled by the same system of laws, customs, and language, but so ancient that the Cherokees or the Creeks could give no account of them or the purposes for which they erected the monuments. High pyramidal mounds, with spacious avenues leading to artificial lakes, and cubical yards, with sunken area and rotundas, are the characteristic works of the south-works which the Cherokee adopted and used, but which, it is said, they did not build. The contrast between the two classes is marked, as the water cult is plain in one and the sun-worship in the other, and yet, the connecting link may be found in the circles we are describing.





Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Giant Nephilim Skeletons Unearthed Near Huntington, West Virginia

Giant Nephilim Skeletons Unearthed Near Huntington, West Virginia

Burial Mound near Huntington, West Virginia that is located in an amusement park. Giant Human skeletons were reported at several mound sites in this area. Photo from "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide of the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley."


Daily Kennebec, June 26, 1908
Giant In Ancient Mound
Curious Relics of Prehistoric Times id Found in the Tomb
Huntington, W. Va., June 25-The municipal authorities of Central City four miles west of here, three weeks ago ordered the removal of a prehistoric mound from Thirteenth Street. Today twelve feet above the base of the mound a gigantic human skeleton was discovered. It is almost seven feet in length, and of massive proportions.
It was surrounded by a mass of rude trinkets. Eight huge copper bracelets were discovered. These, when burnished, proved to be of purest beaten copper and a perfect preservation. Rude stone vessels, hatchets, and arrow heads were found with the skeleton. Smithsonian Institution will be notified of the discovery.
Article from "The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley."

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Ancient Race of Giant Humans Uncovered in England

Ancient Race of Giant Humans Uncovered in England



Charleston Daily Mail, April 23, 1925

—Two giant human skeletons recently were unearthed in a sand quarry in England.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Grave Creek Mound in Moundsville, West Virgina Map

Grave Creek Mound in Moundsville, West Virgina Map

Map of the Grave Creek site in Moundsville, West Virginia.  Note the perfect geometry that creates a triangle from the Large mound to the two "lookouts."


The largest burial mound in the Ohio Valley, located at Moundsville, West Virginia. During my last visit to this site, local told me that one of the stone towers was still visible.