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Day three of our Road trip: Chaco Canyon 
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I didn't know there were castles in New Mexico
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Skeptical about Skeptics?
 
Notice to open-minded thinkers:  The Empire Strikes Back!

In response, a vital new website  launched last week -- SKEPTICAL ABOUT SKEPTICS.

Dr. Rupert Sheldrake is a site adviser in exposing the well-organized 'skeptics' who loudly oppose inquiry beyond a narrow, materialist worldview.
Skeptical About Skeptics is dedicated to countering dogmatic, ill-informed attacks leveled by self-styled skeptics on pioneering scientific research, researchers, and their subjects. Healthy skepticism is an important part of science, and indeed of common sense. But dogmatic skepticism uses ...
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Interesting to see where this goes
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This Scandinavian petroglyph definitely appears to portray a man holding a Celtic Cross on a Viking Longboat
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I am leaning towards a compass
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This guy patented a spinning Celtic Cross that works like a protractor for keeping time....could be the key to the mystery of ancient navigation. I highly recommend exploring every inch of this website and watching the videos 
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I know, I came across this site about a year and a half ago and it seems to have been abandoned since then. The music was a bad decision and his book is out of print. But I really think he is onto something with this. I couldn't get part two to work but in it he explains how he accidentally stumbled onto all of this. Basically you rest the long stem of the cross on the ground and then you aim the shorter section at the sun. The circular part is a weighted protractor that gives you the number of degrees that the sun is above the horizon. In turn giving you the time of day so that longitude can be calculated. It's important to note that longitude can not be accurately calculated without a way to keep time.
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I ran a line straight from the Tory Island Tower straight to Mecca and according to the ruler tool on Google earth the Giza Plateau measures about 90 miles from the line and Athens about 60 miles.  All the measurements were made perpendicular to the red line and the end points were established as close as i could get to the center of each monument. Click on the Photo to get a better look
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There's 52 of them still standing trying too find map with them on
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Red Bird Petroglyphs  in Kentucky... a rosetta stone or modern hoax?
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Road Trip Day 2: Cahokia Mounds 
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....Chase...
One of three arrowhead plaques by bod hand-shaped in oak with hand burnt designs, inspired by the flint arrowheads and cave paintings of our ancestors.
Chase approx 25.5 x 17 x 2.5 cm £30 + p/p
Sculpted Arrowheads: Hunter, Chase and Bowman:
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He's my friend too.... I think many others on here can say the same. Keep up the good work Doc
 
My Friend Lewis E. Graham and what he knows...and what we should! The truth is out there tho...
Good job, Lew! Love and Light
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TNXs Lew this is the second time i listened to this "after i read your books " Makes more sense to me now ! Also i get you leave parts out,as to learn & get it ourselves Great Mate
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This is a good overview that connects Welsh and Native American Legends with the Moon Eyed People, Mound Builders and Madoc discovering America along with a West Virginia Connection
The Moon-Eyed People were a race of small men who, according to Cherokee legend, live underground and only emerge at night. Unlike the Cherokee, the Moon-Eyed People are bearded and have pale, white skin. The Cherokee knew the Moon-Eyed people...
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Glad you liked it Doc
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Drones/Archaeology 
Petroglyphs thought to have been made by the ancient basketmaker people have been revealed by a drone flight in an inaccessible canyon in southern Utah.
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The Ceredo Petroglyph in West Virginia 
This huge rock has drawings all over it, done by the people who lived in the Ceredo area 3000 years ago!It is a petroglyph and was taken out of the Ohio River near Main Street.The drawings aren't actual words, but pictures ca...
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