Friday, December 28, 2012

Mysterious Stone Chambers of New England


This isn't something I would normally post over here on the Torn-Republic where I deal mostly about the Police State, Government gone wild, the current take over of America, and fun stuff like that.  I save this stuff normally for our sister-site, Weeping Eagle. I have it up here simply to show that the deception runs much deeper than some of us think.  Why would the highly respected Smithsonian cover up science archaeological discoveries? Clearly they too are part of the "managed agenda".  And if they are covering this stuff up, what else in science might they cover up? I know this, I was brain-washed all of my youth by government schools to believe that the theory of evolution really is fact and that my great, great, great Uncle Joe was an ape that climbed out of the primordial ooze some 4.5 billion years ago. I was taught there is no other reasonable explanation and to consider that God created everything in 7 days puts me on the level of, to borrow a C.S. Lewis quote, "a poached egg".   This of course meant that the bible, right from the beginning was wrong and can't be trusted as God's Word.  Hmm, wasn't doubting the Word of God  the same sort of lie that the Serpent deceived Eve with?
Anyway, speaking of serpents. This information is downright weird. Yet, hard to deny. If you already believe the Genesis record that "there were giants in the earth in those days", you will enjoy this. IF that is news to you, then you may well be astounded.  Personally, I found the last 15 minutes exciting.  I found most of it fascinating and sets the stage for the final 15 minutes or so.  -W.E.

L.A. Marzulli

Strange stone tunnels and chambers, perhaps pre-historic, have been found in Leyden, Wendell, Pelham, Montague, New Salem, Whitingham, VT and throughout New England. Who built these structures and when? Why?
Ashfield stonemason Jim Vieira has been exploring local stone chambers for years as a member of the Northeast Antiquities Research Association, which has studied these structures for 60 years. He describes the stone ceremonial landscape of New England, carbon-dating evidence and historical texts. His slides document local sites and others in New England, and he discusses what they represent and who may have built them.