Mysteries of Ancient America: Uncovering the Forbidden Volume 2
by Fritz Zimmerman
Ninety-six diverse stories about Ancient America are presented in the Second Volume of “Mysteries of Ancient America: Uncovering the Forbidden” More evidence is reported that the erroneous archaeologist’s term of “Hopewell” mound builders in the Ohio Valley were the Dakota Sioux Indians. More evidence is conferred that the giants in the Ohio Valley had their origins in ancient Babylon and were none other than the accounted giants in the Bible, known as the Amorites.
Correlations are shown not only in regards to the ancient earthworks and the advanced mathematics used in their construction but also in how ancient Babylon is still prevalent in today’s life and holiday celebrations. To expose how much of Ancient America has been suppressed, I chose two cities, Chicago and Cincinnati, to show how rich they once were in prehistoric mounds and earthworks. Using recent photos and rare historical drawings, these ancient works are presented for the first time.
Using Lidar technology, new massive earthworks in Ohio and Indiana are revealed for the first time. This includes one of America’s largest Mississippian platform mounds in Indiana that has never been photographed. Explore the many strange artifacts found in the burial mounds. Mounds revealing strange construction techniques are described that are reminiscent of the megalithic era.
Bizarre skeletal remains are also reported within the burial mounds. Discover reports of European skeletal remains that have been found in burial mounds. Reports that contradict academics’ Berengia theory and is subsequently dismissed. Paranormal Activity has been experienced at numerous mound and earthwork sites.
Hear the first-hand accounts of shadow people and demonic entities that have been witnessed at these ancient ruins. The massive geometric earthworks in the Ohio Valley can only be seen in their entirety from the air. Is there an extraterrestrial connection? See the evidence. These reports don’t fit the ‘politically correct’ archaeologist’s paradigm and have been suppressed until now.