Growth continues, but slows.
Archeological dig further points to the city of Jesus' Apostles
Stone mounds, stone walls, stone snake effigies discovered in mountains near Jacksonville, Anniston, and Oxford, Alabama; article appears in Alternate Perceptions Magazine
A multidisciplinary team of archaeologists and historians from the Paris Descartes University have made an extraordinary discovery.
Archaic Roman Winery, Baths, a New Prayer Temple, and the King Tut Debate
The ancient Hopewell earthworks at Indiana's Fudge Site show all the key stellar and solar alignments associated with the Path of Souls death rituals.
Placement of several thousand-year-old mound complexes in Louisiana were arranged to align with the constellations of Cygnus and Orion.
Placement of thousand-year-old mounds in Mississippi were arranged to align with the constellations of Cygnus and Orion.
Thousand-year-old, 14-mound complex along Ohio River aligns to the constellations of Cygnus and Orion pointing to the Path of Souls death journey.
Peer-reviewed journal article in "Archaeological Discoveries" shows that Giza's three pyramids were constructed to mimic the Cygnus Constellation
Archaeoastronomy evaluation at the Moundville, Alabama Native American Indian Mound Complex shows alignments to the constellations of Cygnus and Orion 800 years ago.
Winterville, Mississippi mound complex latest to show stellar alignments to Path of Souls
Marietta, Ohio's 2,000 year old mounds and earthworks were erected to help souls reach the stars. Ancient Native Americans designed the layouts of mounds in ways that pointed to key constellations.
The 2,200 year old Native American Indian earthworks at Portsmouth were used to propel the souls of the dead to the stars. America's ancient Mound Builders used the mound and earthworks locations to gain access to the Path of Souls.