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May 26, 2020

Poverty Point, Jackson Mound and The Pyramids–2 Degrees of Separation

We’re in the process of writing a position paper associated with our recent visit to Poverty Point, Louisiana, USA during the December Solstice.

Deutsch: Karte: Übersicht über die archäologis...

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During that trip in the Southeastern United States, we were amazed to learn there are more than 4,000 ancient mounds located within the state of Louisiana alone.  We were even told that when a new one is discovered today in Louisiana, carbon dating is done to ensure it’s not older than what’s previously been discovered, and then most likely, something is built on top of it to preserve the grounds but to prevent the need to create any more historical sites.

One of the most intriguing sites we also learned about was the Lower Jackson Mound which is within eyesight of the Bird Mound or main mound at Poverty Point.  Carbon dating shows that Jackson Mound was being constructed in Louisiana at the same time the pyramids were being built in Egypt.

That’s fascinating when juxtaposed to the teachings we’ve learned in schools for the past several hundred years and even modern-day jabs and jokes about the intelligence of Cajuns.  To boot, the Poverty Point site is just two degrees north of the pyramids, but thousands of miles away to west.

The whole premise of The Wonders Expedition™ is that it’s not a natural inclination to go out and build a pyramid/mound/dolmen/megalith etc. in one’s backyard.  And yet here are two examples of where mankind did just that at nearly similar latitudes, separated by dozens of degrees of longitude and oh yes, an ocean.

Why is it man did this? Such is what we seek to reveal…..

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Soak In The Wonders In A Whole New Way

The Wonders of the World have fascinated, and puzzled, generations. How were they made? Why were they made? How were they designed so intricately with the crude tools we think they had available?

Great Wonder of the World, Machu Picchu

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A new question is now being asked. Why are so many grouped together on the invisible lines that encircle our world?

Study not only the whys and hows, but launch on an expedition to explore the wheres of the Wonders. Track the progress of a family as they investigate the similarities and unavoidable geographic symmetry that place the Wonders on common latitude and longitude lines across the globe.

More details are … lining up as we speak.

 

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