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    Default Native American Mounds

    fascinating stuff at
    https://ancientamerica.com

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    Default Re: Native American Mounds

    Graham Hancock's America Before looks at North America's mounds. I have downloaded the book, but have yet to read it.

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    Can I also thoroughly recommend Cliff Dunning's "Earth & Ancients" weekly show on the theme of ancient civilisations.

    It's just awesome. I discovered this in the spring and downloaded it for a few months. Then started feeling guilty about not subscribing (they are available to non-subscribers) because each show was so fascinating, so I took out a subscription in the end. He gets great guests and the format is pleasantly structured with new items & and discussion. You'll be amazed about how much is actually going on in the world if ancient civilisations research.

    (It's also a great breakaway from the non-stop jackhammer Covid-19 narrative. Breath of fresh air).

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    Quote Posted by haroldsails (here)
    Graham Hancock's America Before looks at North America's mounds. I have downloaded the book, but have yet to read it.
    I read this. Hancock may be considered an "outsider" when it comes to archaeology, but he backs up every claim he makes in the book with extensive footnotes.

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    Quote Posted by indigopete (here)
    Can I also thoroughly recommend Cliff Dunning's "Earth & Ancients" weekly show on the theme of ancient civilisations.

    It's just awesome. I discovered this in the spring and downloaded it for a few months. Then started feeling guilty about not subscribing (they are available to non-subscribers) because each show was so fascinating, so I took out a subscription in the end. He gets great guests and the format is pleasantly structured with new items & and discussion. You'll be amazed about how much is actually going on in the world if ancient civilisations research.

    (It's also a great breakaway from the non-stop jackhammer Covid-19 narrative. Breath of fresh air).
    Thank you! This is just what I needed today!
    "If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern.” William Blake

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    Default Re: Native American Mounds

    And here is the mainstream media version of a mound that was dug up in england, still worth watching i guess.

    soon on Nietflix


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    Quote Posted by kfm27917 (here)
    fascinating stuff at
    https://ancientamerica.com
    That site seems to be gone?

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