Monday, May 8, 2017

Spiro Mounds "Mystery of the Mound Builders"

Today we are going to be talking about the Spiro Mounds, the giant skeleton, and artifacts that were found there.  While watching one of L.A. Marzulli’s PPS reports, I saw that he had gone to Oklahoma City to a museum to point out several out of place artifacts.  What caught my eye was that several of the artifacts were from the Spiro Mounds.  Most notably the giant spear heads and a effigy locust made out of quartz.  How was this made if the Indians of that time only had stone chisels and mallets, etc.?  As in the video, L.A. Marzulli pointed out that quartz is a very hard stone.  It is a 7 on the Mohl’s scale with Diamond being the hardest at 10. What did they use to make the spiral around the locust and make it so precise?   
These are questions that I started pondering over for several days.  
I grew up in a small town not too far from Spiro in Leflore County Oklahoma.  All my life I had heard that the Spiro mounds were made by an ancient race of Indians.  I had been there several times but really nothing stood out to me of much importance.  In fact, I thought wow, mounds of dirt this is boring.  It wasn’t till much later that after researching giants, nephilim, and the supernatural, that I really started looking at things in a different perspective.  
After watching L.A.’s video, I thought wow those artifacts were found basically in my own backyard so to speak and I never had a clue of the significance of those finds.  Most people don’t.

What I hope you get out of this video is that we are prone to believe what mainstream archeology tells us and never think about it again.  I'm wanting people to watch this video with an open mind and then do your own research....

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