Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Archaic Neanderthal Hybrids of the Maritime Archaic in the Americas

Archaic Neanderthal Hybrids of the Maritime Archaic

Signature skull type of the Maritime Archaic is a long skull with a sloping forehead and protruding brow ridge.  On the left is the Penon woman dating to 11,000 B.C.. In the Middle are similar skull from a shell mound in Alabama and on the right is a skull from the Santa Barbara, California mound.
All of these skulls are more indicative of Upper Paleolithic proto Europeans than of Mongolian or Native Americans.


Spawn of the Fallen Angels: Historic Nephilim Giants

Spawn of the Fallen Angels: Historic Nephilim Giants
Photo montage of historic human giants.  Are these the lineages of the Nephilim giants who were the spawn of the Fallen Angels and mortal women?


Monday, February 24, 2014

Hardened Clay Sarcophagus Found Within the Burial Mounds in Clark County, Ohio

Hardened Clay Sarcophagus Found Within the Burial Mounds in Clark County, Ohio

Hardened clay sarcophagus with alter discovered within the burial mounds in Clark County, Ohio.  The Enon burial mound is the only antiquity that was not destroyed in the county.

    Some years ago Knob Prairie Mound (Enon mound) was opened, and the investigator says: "We found top soil all the way down to thirty feet when we came to a cave of curious construction; it was in the shape of a bake oven, and high enough for a man to stand upright in the center; it tapered down on the sides. On one side there was a door that evidently had led from a grand entrance into the cave. In the middle was a pile of dirt and stone resembling an altar; on it were bones, charcoal and some pieces of decayed wood. There was one piece of partly charred wood in a good state of preservation. The wood was preserved, but the bones would not stand removal; the investigators then cut their names and the date on the altar, filled up the excavation and left."

It was common to find either stone or hardened clay sarcophagus's within the Adena/Beaker People's burial mounds in the Ohio Valley.

    According to an engineering record made in 1863, the mound in Ferncliff was five and one-half feet high, conical in shape and thirty- two feet in diameter; many years ago it was opened by investigators, a shaft being sunk in the center. About five feet from the apex, a hard ceiling of baked clay was encountered; the excavators continued their shaft through this ceiling, finding it a vault or cave ten feet high and shaped like a bake oven, similar to the one in Knob Prairie Mound. In this chamber were bones, charcoal and a wooden chain seven inches long with six links, and made from black locust.

The Chain was invented about 2000 B.C. by the ancient Sumerians.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Mound Builders and the Mastodon or Mammoth

THE MOUND BUILDER MASTODON OR MAMMOTH.

Several Native American historical accounts claim the mound builders in the Ohio Valley used the Mastodon as a beat of burden to construct the large earthworks in the Ohio Valley.

     Several accounts have appeared of discoveries tending to prove that primitive man in the United States was contemporaneous with the mastodon or mammoth. Three of these have attained a wide circulation. First in time as well as importance is that of Dr. Koch, of St. Louis. " In the year 1839, I discovered and disinterred in Gasconade County, Missouri, the bones of a Mastodon giganteus. The greater portion of the bones had been more or less burned by fire. The fire had extended, but a few feet beyond the space occupied by the animal and had been kindled by human agency with the design of killing the huge creature which had been found mired in the mud. The fore and hind legs of the animal were in perpendicular position in the clay with the toes attached to the feet. All the bones which had not been burned by the fire had kept their original position, standing upright, and apparently quite undisturbed in the clay, whereas those portions which had extended above the surface had been partially consumed. Mingled with the ashes and bones were many broken pieces of rock quarried from the river to be hurled at the animal. I found also among the ashes, bones, and rocks, several arrow-heads, a stone spear-head, and some stone axes. The layer of ashes, etc., was covered by a strata of alluvial deposits from eight to nine feet thick. [Koch afterward] found in Benton County several stone arrowheads, mingled with the bones of a nearly entire skeleton, mentioned above as the Missourian. Two arrowheads found with the bones were in a layer of vegetable mold, which was covered twenty feet in thickness with alternate layers of sand, clay and gravel. One of the arrow-heads lay under the thigh bone of the skeleton, the bone actually resting in contact upon it. The layer of vegetable mold was some five or six feet thick, and the arrowhead and bones were found buried in it. Above this layer there were six undisturbed layers of clay, sand and gravel." — From Foster, 63, condensed.