Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Nephilim Sun Temple Discovered In Dublin Ohio

Adena Henge or Solar Temple Complex Discovered In Dublin Ohio



The Holder-Wright Earthworks as classified by the Ohio Historical Society is located in Dublin, Ohio.  The henge site constructed by the Adena-Hopewell was used as a solar observatory. The northwestern henge was aligned to the solar equinox  The rectangular henge was aligned to the May 1 sunrise and the October 31 sunset and the southeastern henge was aligned to the summer solstice sunset and the winter solstice sunrise.




Another solar henge that was semi-rectangular is found at Mounds State Park in Anderson, Indiana that was also aligned to the May 1st sunrise.  May 1st was symbolic of the Earth Mother and "life" just as the solar opposite of October 31st was symbolic of "death."

Today, the most visible henge is the northwestern earthwork that is located in this yard on the outskirts of Dublin, Ohio.  The outer earthwork and interior ditch are still visible along with the gateway. The other works are now in a cultivated field and only visible as slight undulations in the earth.

A large burial mound was once located in the city of Dublin, but like so many of these antiquities was obliterated.