Friday, May 19, 2017

Large Skeletal Remains and Solar Temples or Henges in Delaware County, Indiana

Large Skeletal Remains and Solar Temples or Henges in Delaware County, Indiana

Indiana Geological Survey, 1881
Delaware County, Indiana
The Indians used many of the hills as burial places; bones have been discovered which from their size would indicate that they belonged to a race of giants.



Large henge or solar temple located in Delaware County, Indiana.  Wherever these henges or earthen solar temples are found there will always be historical accounts of giant human skeletal remains.





Friday, May 12, 2017

Remains of the Ancient Gayoso, Missouri Canal

Remains of the Ancient Gayoso, Missouri Canal


A straight depression with an acute bend to the Mississippi River is located to the east of Gayosa, Missouri.  The width of the depression is 50 feet wide as descrived in the following history. A canal of this width was constructe for commerce and not irrigation.


Illustrated History of Missouri, 1879
    “The pre-historic people of Missouri were not only great in populous towns, in their agriculture, in their huge piles of earth and embankments and buildings of stone, but they, too, were canal-builders. With surprising skill, they developed a system of internal navigation, so connecting the lakes and bayous of the southern interior of the State, that the products of the soil found a ready outlet in the great river. The remains of these artificial water-courses have been frequently alluded to by travelers who have seen them but never thoroughly explored. Dr. G. C. Swallow, while at the head of the Geological Survey, called attention to them, and described one which was " fifty feet wide and twelve feet deep." For the fullest description of this class of works, I am indebted to Geo. W. Carleton, Esq., of Gayoso ; who, in response to a note of inquiry, — in addition to many interesting facts concerning a great number of ancient structures in Pemiscot County, — kindly furnished the following account, which I give in his own words: "Besides our Mounds, we can boast of ancient canals. Col. John H. Walker informed me that before the earthquakes, these canals — we call them bayous now — showed very plainly their artificial origin. Since the country has become settled, the land cleared up, the embankments along those water courses have been considerably leveled down. One of these canals is just east of the town of Gayoso. It now connects the flats of Big Lake with the Mississippi river. Before the bank crumbled off, taking in Pemiscot bayou, it connected this bayou with the waters of Big Lake. 

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Catalina Island Mysterious Royal Burying Ground of Blonde Children Fathered by a Race of Giants 3,000 Years Ago

Catalina Island
Mysterious Royal Burying Ground of Blonde Children
Fathered by a Race of Giants 3,000 Years Ago 




    THAT a race of magnificent, tall, white Indians once roamed the Americas long before the first European sailed crossed the  Atlantic has been a subject for mild, almost bantering debate aiming archaeologists. None of them took the tiling very seriously; it was regarded as a picturesque
legend.  But now amazing new discoveries have confirmed beyond question that white men had already lived in America for centuries when Columbus landed.
   New finds on Catalina Island, off the California coast, overshadow in richness and significance most of the archaeological events of recent years. Digging on an outlying part of the island, long the favorite "location" for movie directors seeking atmosphere, CatahnaProfessor Ralph Glidden, curator Catalina the Museum, has uncovered overwhelming proof of a fair skinned race,