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

Ancient Patriarchs

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)…

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

  1. I would say the Georgia Guidestones are the equivalent of -Stonehenge – tho they are only 37 yr old – it’s what they symbolise / express etc as the agenda of the NWO / Globalist Elite /Illuminati

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