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Scientists Can't Explain Mysterious Structure

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Both archaeologists and scientists are still perplexed over these mysterious structures and relics found throughout the United States. Was an advanced culture now lost to history once thriving in the United States thousands of years before historians have us believe?

http://nutshellurl.com/Ancient United States Mysteries

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Both archaeologists and scientists are still perplexed over these mysterious structures and relics found throughout the United States. Was an advanced culture now lost to history once thriving in the United States thousands of years before historians have us believe?

http://nutshellurl.com/Ancient United States Mysteries

Items 2, 5, 6 and 7 have nothing to do with the United States nor even the Western Hemisphere. And most if not all have been discussed many, MANY times at UM and ARE NOT what they are being presented as.

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Both archaeologists and scientists are still perplexed over these mysterious structures and relics found throughout the United States. Was an advanced culture now lost to history once thriving in the United States thousands of years before historians have us believe?

http://nutshellurl.com/Ancient United States Mysteries

Not a single one of those things is in North America, much less the USA. This thread is crazy.

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my antivirus had to block some malware when i clicked on that site

TR/Crypt.ZPACK.Gen8

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There's two different links, they're just no space in between them. The second link is to the ones from the USA.

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wrong thread I think

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There's two different links, they're just no space in between them. The second link is to the ones from the USA.

Thank's for that info, I couldn't figure out what U.S. mystery sites the OP was refering to... OP's U.S. Mysteries LINK-> http://socyberty.com/social-sciences/ancient-unexplained-mysteries-and-strange-sites-in-the-united-states-part-one/

Personally I don’t find the supposed ‘Ancient Mystery Sites in the U.S.’ all that mysterious...

America's Stonehenge - LINK-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/America%27s_Stonehenge

Gungywamp - LINK-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gungywamp

Tripod Rock - LINK-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tripod_Rock

Blue Mounds State Park - LINK-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Mounds_State_Park

Rock Lake (Wisconsin) - LINK-> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_Lake_%28Wisconsin%29

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I don't know about the other U.S. spots... But the Rock Lake one is pretty misleading.

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I would like to add to that list mounds of Cormacs home Tennessee.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinson_Mounds

One of the Twin Mounds contained the burials of eight young women, who were wearing headdresses with copper adornments. These burials may be evidence of human sacrifice. It is known for a fact that the peoples of the Middle Mississippi Basin practiced human sacrifice. One of its most grisly forms was a sacrifice to Venus, the Morning Star. A young woman, of exceptional beauty, would be treated “as a princess” for a period of time. Then, on a day designated by astronomer-priests, she would be tied to a wood sapling framework. Archers would repeatedly shoot her with arrows at locations on her body that would not cause immediately fatal wounds. The longer she lived, and the more blood she poured; the more successful was considered the sacrifice. The Pawnee Indians also practiced this form of human sacrifice into the early 1800s.

It is not known what ethnic group or groups built these mounds.

http://nativestrength.com/2010/03/25/558/

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I would like to add to that list mounds of Cormacs home Tennessee.

Good point L, and excellent link. Looks like the fork holders are massing around the plate with teeth gleeming. Seems Cormac could probably take a look himself, however he's not the only one with an ancient mound in his back yard. Let me tell you what, there are some here undisturbed, you just got to know where to look. I have been all over the place, form one end of the County to another, and others, year after year, hunting, fishing, hiking, canoeing, diggin seng. I have found some AWESOME artifacts. One including a perfect Shawnee warhead, undoubtedbly KIspokotha, boatstones, bannerstones, pipes, tomahawks... It's all here, and I find more every year. The battery is dying, be back soon...

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One of the Twin Mounds contained the burials of eight young women, who were wearing headdresses with copper adornments. These burials may be evidence of human sacrifice. It is known for a fact that the peoples of the Middle Mississippi Basin practiced human sacrifice. One of its most grisly forms was a sacrifice to Venus, the Morning Star. A young woman, of exceptional beauty, would be treated “as a princess” for a period of time. Then, on a day designated by astronomer-priests, she would be tied to a wood sapling framework. Archers would repeatedly shoot her with arrows at locations on her body that would not cause immediately fatal wounds. The longer she lived, and the more blood she poured; the more successful was considered the sacrifice. The Pawnee Indians also practiced this form of human sacrifice into the early 1800s.

It is not known what ethnic group or groups built these mounds.

http://nativestrengt...2010/03/25/558/

You know that's only one side of the story. There were also those of the land who went on the warpath and took down those such as the Pawnee and others with sick twisted mindsets of the bad bird. They fought amongst themselves over what they referred to as 'scalpeeshun' or slavery in the English tongue, long before white man sat foot on the continent.

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Good point L, and excellent link. Looks like the fork holders are massing around the plate with teeth gleeming. Seems Cormac could probably take a look himself, however he's not the only one with an ancient mound in his back yard. Let me tell you what, there are some here undisturbed, you just got to know where to look. I have been all over the place, form one end of the County to another, and others, year after year, hunting, fishing, hiking, canoeing, diggin seng. I have found some AWESOME artifacts. One including a perfect Shawnee warhead, undoubtedbly KIspokotha, boatstones, bannerstones, pipes, tomahawks... It's all here, and I find more every year. The battery is dying, be back soon...

I have, but am more interested in Old World ancient history more-so than the New World. Except where it involves Archaeogenetics.

cormac

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You know that's only one side of the story. There were also those of the land who went on the warpath and took down those such as the Pawnee and others with sick twisted mindsets of the bad bird. They fought amongst themselves over what they referred to as 'scalpeeshun' or slavery in the English tongue, long before white man sat foot on the continent.

I will like to know more about wars between native indians before Europeans came. If you can provide some good link. And in general about natives. They are realy interesting. They always deserved respect in my eyes for such wise philosophy.

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Both archaeologists and scientists are still perplexed over these mysterious structures and relics found throughout the United States. Was an advanced culture now lost to history once thriving in the United States thousands of years before historians have us believe?

http://nutshellurl.com/Ancient

United States Mysteries

1) Mystery Hill - Interesting. Though I'm going to tend to side with the 500 year old assessment. As just looking at the trees, they should have torn up the area much more if it was older then that. The one wall appears to loop away from the oak tree. A 200 year old oak. Why would the wall be bent to accomidate a tree that would not sprout for 300 years?

2) Tripod stones - Possibly natural. Possibly not.

3) Celestial Stones - Laying right on the surface? Man made sure, but proably recent. Probably were laid in a East-West line by settlers trying to clear fields.

4) Wisconsin Underwater Pyramids - I've never seen any real proof these even exist. That is probably why the same rock pile drawing is used every time it is brought up. A drawing made in 1937.

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The Rock Lake pyramids are real, and there have been images taken of them by scuba divers- usually not very good ones because usually the lake is kind of murky. I grew up in the area, and every once in a while one of the local newspapers would run a story about some scuba diver checking the lake out. Usually the article would mention other dives. I think there was a scan done in the 80's too, but that memory is really hazy since I was pretty young at the time.

I just don't find them all that mysterious... A few thousand years ago there was a whole settlement in the area when copper trade was running high.. They probably just built some of their pyramids when the lake level was low, and it later got flooded. No biggie, wouldn't be the first or last time we built something that eventually ended up under water.

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it seems the Rock lake "pyramids" are shaped like this .. post-86645-0-71409800-1339252416_thumb.g

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