Monday, 24 December 2012

Lost Civilizations Lectures with Jim Vieria, Graham Hancock & David Hatcher Childress (Fascinating Videos)

The Enigma of Cranial Deformation: Elongated Skulls of the Ancients David Hatcher Childress

In Jim Viera's Lecture he discusses hundreds of newspaper reports of 7-9ft high tall skeletons with double row of teeth, skulls of unusual thickness, often alongside copper instraments, Stone structuresmarking the winter solstice, stone snake shaped walls. Rosicrutions & Freemasons have many similar mentions in their Occult Texts. Many were documented then removed to Smithsonian, never to be seen again. 

Mysterious Stone Chambers of New England- Jim Vieira
Strange stone tunnels and chambers, perhaps pre-historic, have been found in Leyden, Wendell, Pelham, Montague, New Salem, Whitingham, VT and throughout New England. Who built these structures and when? Why?
Ashfield stonemason Jim Vieira has been exploring local stone chambers for years as a member of the Northeast Antiquities Research Association, which has studied these structures for 60 years. He describes the stone ceremonial landscape of New England, carbon-dating evidence and historical texts. His slides document local sites and others in New England, and he discusses what they represent and who may have built them.

Graham Hancock Presenting at the 2012 Conference
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Graham Hancock Presentation at the 2012 Tipping Point Prophets Conference.
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Filmed and edited by Luke Hancock:

David Hatcher Childress Lecture; Lost Cities of South America
David Hatcher Childress, known as the real-life Indiana Jones to the many fans of his books, is a captivating speaker and the author or coauthor of over 20 books. He has traveled the world several times over, seeking adventure and the answers to the mysteries of mankind’s past.

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