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Re: America's Stonehenge 2
In a display case in the information center, there are some stones with
scratchings on them. They are said to be references to baal.
From: darwin ramsey <email@example.com>
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Date: Wednesday, July 28, 1999 5:49 AM
Subject: Re: America's Stonehenge
>Gary I like this but we should keep in mind the Mound Builders myth. The
>Europeans that settled here just couldn't believe that the primitive
>animal-like natives built these incredibly massive dirt structures so the
>"lost tribe of Israel", "vikings", etc. had to have constructed them.
>Just because the natives in the area did not build every day structures
>stone doesn't mean that they wouldn't use stone for ceremonial sites. The
>Woodland Period Indians were exceptionally bright and were outstanding
>astronomers. Crops, migration patterns, and more were based on a calendar
>derived from their astronomical observations.
>I'll bet money the pottery found at the site is typical Middle to Late
>Woodland types. The dates fit very well.
>Sorry, I'm better now that I've had my archaeology attack for the day :) I
>do like this site though (both the henge and the web site.) I had never
>seen pictures of this before. I would love to see it in person. Thank you
>for sharing it, Darwin
>>From: "Gary M. Sinclair//Harwich, Ma. USA" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: America's Stonehenge
>>Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 06:55:57 -0400
>>Here is a site related to the North America Stonehenge in Salem New
>>Gary M. Sinclair
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