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Who Built New England’s Megalithic Monuments? [Proof of suppressed Pre-Columbian ocean Travel]

America’s StonehengeINTRO BY JAMES NIENHUIS:

Uniformitarians hate to talk about the Mystery Hill megalithic complex near Salem, Massachusetts, covering 30 acres, of megalithic standing stones, walls, and chambers, it reminds the experts of the constructions built by the Celts and Iberians across the Atlantic ocean circa 1000 b. c. and before. Google search The Mysterious Megaliths of New England by Paul Tudor Angel to see the evidence, corroborating the work of Barry Fell almost fifty years ago, that Phoenicians, Israelites, and Celts were navigating the Atlantic, certainly after the Ice Age when the Mystery Hill Complex was built, and before (1500 BC) as well, when western Europe was of the Atlantean empire.

By Paul Tudor Angel

In “The Mysterious Megaliths of New England,” (in the last issue of PVQ) we discussed the ancient megalithic constructions found throughout New England (most notably at Mystery Hill, near North Salem, New Hampshire) and their striking resemblance to those found in Europe. In this issue we discuss the thousands of mysterious inscriptions that have been found and are continuing to be found from New England to California and the clues these writings have given us about the builders of the megalithic calendar sites of the American Northeast.

For generations, farmers and explorers have been finding what they assumed were random incisions on stones throughout the Northeast United States. Very little was thought of the odd rocks until archeologist and language specialist Barry Fell, the man singularly responsible for bringing the importance of these scratches to national attention in his monumental work America, B.C., recognized they were ancient writings and actually deciphered one of these inscriptions in 1967. Continue reading Who Built New England’s Megalithic Monuments? [Proof of suppressed Pre-Columbian ocean Travel]