Saturday, January 7, 2017

Babylonian Canals and Dolmans Described Along the Rock River in Illinois

Nephilim Canals and Dolmans Described Along the Rock River in Illinois


Canal constructed in Babylon in 1632 B.C. by the accounted giants in the Bible known as the Amorites.

   The Nephilim Amorite controlled Babylon from 2000 B.B. - 1600 B.C. They were responsible for the construction of many of the ancient canal in Babylon. Cities of Kish, Urak and lagash all were connected by a network of canals.  2000 B.C.also falls within the megalithic era where the dead were buried within stoned dolmans that were then covered in earth giving the outward appearance of a burial mound.  
    The fact that both a burial mound with a dolman and an ancient canal are found in the same vicinity provides uncontroversial evidence that the Amorites were involved in Great Lakes trade.
Following are the historical descriptions of both the canal and dolman.  How can archaeologists continue to deny the theory of diffusion, is when such Non-Native American antiquities are presented?


History of Mifflin County Illinois, 1887


     On the banks of Green River, in Henry County in Illinois, are traces of an ancient city, which was once the abode of a commercial people, and points to a time when the Rock River was a navigable stream of some commercial importance. A canal connected these two rivers some three miles above the junction. This canal is about a mile and a half long and is perfectly straight for about one-fourth of a mile from the Green River end; it is then relieved by a perfectly easy curve, reaching the Rock River at a bend, and showing that the engineering was done in a masterly manner.


The Indian mounds of Sterling County, Illinois, are described by W. C. Holbrook as follows:
I recently made an examination of a few of the many Illinois Indian mounds found on Rock River, about two miles above Sterling, Ill. The first one opened was an oval mound about 20 feet long, 12 feet wide, and 7 feet high. In the interior of this I found a dolmen or quadrilateral wall about 10 feet long, 4 feet high, and 4½ feet wide. It had been built of lime-rock from a quarry near by, and was covered with large flat stones. No mortar or cement had been used. The whole structure rested on the surface of the natural soil, the interior of which had been scooped out to enlarge the chamber. Inside of the dolmen I found the partly decayed remains of eight human skeletons, two very large teeth of an unknown animal, two fossils, one of which is not found in this place, and a plummet.