Monday, February 23, 2015

Megalithic Sun and Fire Symbols in the Ohio Valley

Megalithic Sun and Fire Symbols in the Ohio Valley



SUN AND FIRE SYMBOLISM.
There is a phase of sun and fire symbolism which seems hitherto to have received but little attention, viz., the presence of such symbols in crests or in the coats-of-arms of many of the oldest families and landed gentry of the British Isles. We find them in the greatest numbers in the armorial bearings of our Scottish families and those belonging to the most northern counties of England; probably for the same reason that they are most numerous on objects which have been found in the northern portions of Scandinavia. Some of the emblems of the sun and of the swastika as a fire symbol and the wheel are in use in some countries to this day as a preservative against fire. A type of fire symbol exists in some parts of England at our very doors. In Gloucestershire and Herefordshire — possibly also in some of the other southwestern counties of England — it is not an un common circumstance to see on the external walls of some of the older houses one or two pieces of iron in this form:  And sometimes thus : tershire man, and on being asked the reason of the + form of these irons, he replied that "they were made thus V_) in order to protect the house from fire, as well as from falling down." In the little village of Kingstone, in Herefordshire, it is still the custom of the people on the eve of May-day to I take two short pieces of wood and nail them in this form X over the door of a house or stable, removing the one of the pre vious year. On inquiry why this was done, the reply was, "To scare the witches or the evil spirits away." H. G. M. A.
The Tarleton Cross in Ohio has a fire pit in the center that was part of a Adena Sun ritual. 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Biblical Amorites Weapons of the Great Lakes Copper Culture

Biblical Amorites Weapons of the Great Lakes Copper Culture

Red Haired Biblical Amorites depicted on an Egyptian wall. They are wielding Middle Bronze Age socketed spear heads and axes.

Copper Culture weapons from the Lake Superior region included socketed spear heads that also had rivet holes for securing it to the haft.  On the lower right is a battle ax that was used for close in fighting.Weapons technology in the Eastern Medditeranean advanced from the tanged dagger with mid-rib shown upper center to the socket in the Middle Bronze Age.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Numerology of the Hopewell - 250 Feet Symbolic of the Sun

Numerology of the Hopewell - 250 Feet Symbolic of the Sun

    In the Middle Woodland Period when the Beaker People had merged with the Hopewell Sioux, there was a change in the size of the Sun Temples or Henges from 660 feet in circumference or 210 feet in diameter to 250 feet in diameter.




Two henges located in Chillicothe, Ohio that were aligned to the Equinox sunrise and sunset.




A group of four henges also located in Chillicothe, Ohio that were also 250 feet in circumference. Three of the henges are aligned to the Equinox sunrise with another aligned to the south.





The Dunlap Works in Chillicothe, Ohio also had a circle that was 250 feet in circumference.


To the northwest of Mound City in Chillicothe, Ohio was another Sun Temple (henge) that was aligned to the Equinox sunrise and 250 feet in circumference.


At the New Castle henge site was another Sun Temple with an alignment to the equinox sunrise and a diameter of 250 feet.
This serpentine work that was located at the bottom of Spruce Hill was also constructed of stone. While the size of the Sun Temples increased from 210 to 250 feet in diameter, the serpent  symbolism remained intact.





Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Red and Blonde Haired Mummies of Ancient Egypt

Red and Blonde Haired Mummies of Ancient Egypt

Blonde and Red Haired Egyptians




One of the scientific cover-ups in history is the denial that Indo Europeans civilized and constructed the Dynasties of Egypt. Mummies with Caucasian features with red and blonde hair along with DNA studies that match British men as the closest genetic match to the ancient Pharoahs.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Borreby Cro Magnon Beaker People in the Ohio Valley

Borreby Cro Magnon Beaker People in the Ohio Valley

One of the three contingents of the Beaker People were the Borreby brachycephalics. The skull from a burial mound in England on the left is compared with Borrebys within Ohio's Adena mounds.

In the Bronze Age, or just before the introduction of bronze, Britain was invaded by tall, massive roundheads who seem to have come fromabout the same area near the mouth of the Rhine and northwestern Germany from which the later Anglo-Saxons sailed. Probably other brachycephals came to England later during this period, but the custom
of cremation obscures their racial affinities. British anthropologists have long recognized a contemporary English and Scottish type asprobably surviving from these Bronze Age invaders or as an effect of Recombination of the same subracial elements.

It is tall, heavy-boned, weighty and, in middle and advanced years, obese. The skin is usually florid or beefy, the eyes blue or light mixed. Sometimes, however, and especially in Shetland, and in parts of North England, and Scotland, and Ireland, the hair and skin are dark. The head is massive, brachycephalic and sometimes rather flattened behind. If the high, pointed Armenoid-Dinaric brachycephaly exist in this type, it is uncommon. Brow-ridges are heavy, malars prominent, and the face rather broad, but not short. The nose is usually long, wide, and convex-decidely beaky. Beard and body hair are strongly developed.

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Adena Hopewell Sacred Via Described in Victoria, British Columbia

Adena Hopewell Sacred Via Described in Victoria, British Columbia


Bronze Age cairn on Beacon Hill in Victoria, British Columbia. 

Bancrofts Native Races Vol IV, 1882

Ancient Sacred Via in British Columbia

In addition to the mounds, Mr Deans states that earth-works very similar to those found in the eastern states are found at many localities in British Columbia. Indeed, he has sent me several plans, cut from Squier's work on the antiquities of New York, which by a simple change in the names of creeks and in the scale would represent equally well the north-western works. At Beacon Hill, near Victoria, a point one hundred feet high extends three hundred feet into the sea; an embankment with a ditch still six feet deep, stretches across on the land side and protects the approach; there are low mounds on the enclosed area, the remnants of ancient dwellings, and down the steep banks are heaps of shells, with ashes, bones of sea-fowl, deer, elk, and bears, among which are some spear and arrow points, needles, etc. On the summit of Beacon Hill, near by, are burial cairns of the usual type.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Maritime Archaic Tools In Europe And America Were Identical

Maritime Archaic Tools In Europe And America Were Identical


     Artifacts from the Baltic and the Maritime of the Northeast American continent are so similar that experts cannot tell them apart.   


On the left, a series of tools from the Maritime people in Sweden, and on the right, tools from the Maritime people from Maine. The most prolific tools are the celt and the gouge which were used in the production of boats or dugouts. Plummets are also found in abundance in the Baltic as well as the eastern and western shores of North America. In the west, they are called “charm stones.”



Charm stones from coastal California. Pentagonal pendants, bar amulet and charm stones are identical; to artifacts associated with early Point Peninsula Iroquois in the Great Lakes region . Identical artifacts can be found associated with the Maritime Archaic of Northern Europe.