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2015 Jim Vieira: Megaliths, Stonework, and Giants from Ancient New England

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JIM VIEIRA (Live from the U.S.) - Megaliths, Stonework, and Giants from Ancient New England

A stonemason by trade, Jim Vieira has studied indigenous American oral history and historical texts in an attempt to better understand humanities past. In this lecture he will focus on the megaliths, stonework and ancient cultures of New England, and examine the skeletal remains found in Northeast America, that led him into another area of research - giants. Jim will also explore the cover-up that has suppressed the origins of the megaliths, and the 'tall ones' who may have been involved in their construction. Jim is also presenting on Sunday night. (Both lectures will be Live via Skype from America.)

Jim Vieira is a stonemason, writer, researcher and member of the New England Antiquities Research Association. He has studied the mysteries of Ancient America for over 20 years and is a frequent contributor to the Shelburne Falls Independent and Ancient American Magazine, and he Jim Vieira has presented at the prestigious TEDX Conference and was a guest on Coast to Coast with George Noory. His research into stonework, megalithic sites and mounds led him to the Megalithomania Conference in Connecticut where he met Hugh Newman and Ross Hamilton, which led Jim to the mystery of giants when he uncovered an account of a giant skeleton being unearthed in the neighboring town of Deerfield. He is currently writing a book with fellow researcher Hugh Newman, and is the star of History Channel's 'Search for the Lost Giants'.

JIM VIEIRA (Live from the U.S.) - Megaliths, Stonework, and Giants from Ancient New England A stonemason by trade, Jim Vieira has studied indigenous American oral history and historical texts in an attempt to better understand humanities past. In th
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