Ross Hamilton & Jeff Wilson - Ohio Earthworks & Giants - Megalithomania 2011 USA
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Ancient Ohio Earthworks, A Tradition of Giants, and the Return of the Thunderbirds: Part 1 & 2
This 2-part presentation discussed the ancient Ohio earthworks and peoples that lived in this area dating back to the last ice age. It focused on Serpent Mound as a ‘case study’ in understanding these ancient peoples’ cosmology, and the lessons they teach us by studying the earthworks today. Ross also took a look at evidence of Giants in prehistoric America and the implications of how these discoveries could completely re-shape the history of the US. The phenomenon of crop circles has also been noted to occur in close proximity to Native American eathworks. Again, Serpent Mound and a crop circle formation located nearby is used as a case study on what new discoveries have been found with this connection between the earthworks and the crop circles, and what implications arise from the study of these enigmatic figures.
Ross Hamilton: Born in 1948 in New York, University of Cincinnati alumnus Ross Hamilton is a writer and researcher currently specializing in piecing together ancient North American prehistory with a view toward understanding the hidden heritage of the American continent for its future spiritual advancement. Ross’ book, The Mystery of the Serpent Mound, represents a 12-year research effort to correlate the main body of the teachings of the ancient Mystery Colleges to the shape and design of the famous earthwork. He also authored 'A Tradition of Giants' about the race of mound-building Giants of North America.
Jeffrey Wilson: Jeffrey Wilson, M.Sc., Director and co-founder of the Independent Crop Circle Researchers' Association (ICCRA) has been investigating crop circles that have been reported in the United States since 1996, and has visited well over 100 during the last twelve years. Wilson currently serves as a volunteer board member of the Friends of the Serpent Mound as the Director of Special Events and Projects. He is also a contributing member of the Hanwakan Center for Prehistoric Astronomy, Cosmology, and Landscape Studies, a certified volunteer for the Ohio Historical Society, and a member of the Serpent Mound Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers. www.iccra.org