By Paul Tudor Angel
Located in the heart of modern-day New England stand sites of such great antiquity; sites so enigmatic, so sophisticated and seemingly inexplicable, serious scientists and archaeologists have denied their study because of their monumental implications:
It would force them to throw away their pre-conceived notions about the achievements of ancient man into the historical garbage can.
Mystery Hill, the Upton Cave, Calendar I and Calendar II, Gungywamp and DruidĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s Hill are just several of the names given some incredibly important historical sites of which many have never heard a whisper.
But their existenceĂ˘â‚¬â€ťand their importanceĂ˘â‚¬â€ťis becoming harder and harder to hide as more are discovered and interested folk become exposed to their grandeur.
Sometime in the late 1600s or early 1700s, early American colonists began discovering and utilizing underground “root cellars” made of large, but manageable pieces of dressed stone as storage houses for food stuffs.
Colonists were also finding numerous stone buildings, usually of “one story, circular or rectangular in form, and up to 30 feet in length and up to 10 feet wide and eight feet high or more.” Many included roof slabs or lintels of several tons.
Unknown Texas Culture from 7,000 to 8,500 Years Ago, Left Large Cemetary Behind