Thursday, January 28, 2016

Credo Mutwa On South African Profile Rocks

Credo Mutwa On South African Profile Rocks

Shared here is a 7 minute video featuring Zulu descendant Credo Mutwa speaking about mysterious stone profile rocks found in South Africa.  A very impressive presentation.  Yet another South African video, this time by a African wisdom keeper.  What is striking about this video is that what Mutwa says about the stone profile rocks can be applied to so many places around the world, and he has very good points about how ancient people saw mystery and spirit in the land/ rocks, unlike most people today in modern times.  The video:


Wednesday, January 27, 2016

More On the Education System & Maritime Admiralty Law + Jokerman

More On the Education System & Maritime Admiralty Law

Last post found us analyzing and re-searching the land acquisitions in the New England region that were snatched up by Harvard University starting in the 1600's through benefactors such as Edward Hopkins.  The reach of these esteemed person's was far reaching.  For instance, Thomas Hollis, whom Holliston was named after, was a wealthy merchant.  It was exactly this wealthy merchant class that ran the slave trade.  For instance, many American Indian people were captured from the New England area and sold into slavery into the Carribean Islands, eventually to mix in with other groups moved to those islands for slave work.  So now we know that Harvard University has
1) Usurped and stolen vast acreage and tracts of Native land through it's benefactors and through the institution itself and
2) Some of these benefactors were likely involved in the Slave and Spice Trades; likely so as they were "wealthy merchants".
It is obvious that these people have their hands dirty in a bit of everything.  Let's project ourselves a bit further into the present moment and look at how institutions such as Harvard College have shaped and re-shaped, and controlled the-
3) Education system.
I will show a video from guerilla journalist Luke Rudkowski interviewing whistle-blower Charlotte Isterby who worked on the U.S. Board of Education.  The 8:30 minute video is titled "The Deliberate Dumbing Down Of America."  In the interview Isterby confides that the position she held within the Dept. of Education was usually held by someone such as the former president of HARVARD or some such University.  The way these people have shaped communities, townships, real estate, commerce, the education system, etc. is astounding once the pieces of the puzzle fall into place.  Here is the We Are Change video "the Deliberate Dumbing Down of America"-

A powerful interview indeed.  There are other online links to more in-depth Charlotte Isertby interviews on YouTube for further learning and material.

Next, I would like to address the issue of the legal system and expose what the Old World concept of 'Maritime Admiralty Law' is.  Love him or hate him (or if you are like me maybe "love" some of this man's work and not so much some of his other work), I am going to present a 15 minute lecture on the legal system/ Maritime Admiralty Law presented by Jordan Maxwell.  Maxwell will be pointing out the origins of terms, words in a legal context and what this all means.  By doing so he exposes the fictional fraud that is the legal commerce system.  Here is the link-

That does it for now as far as this leg of research and critical thinking is concerned.  Next post we will be moving on to other material.
But before we go the title of the Admiralty Law lecture reminded me of this Bob Dylan Music Video.  "Jokerman" from the 1980 album 'Infidels', one of my favorite Dylan songs-

Stay tuned for more stone-works and research!

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Harvard University Land Aquisition Records & Research

Harvard University Land Acquisition Records & Research

We need to realize that Harvard University, as a "corporate entity" made many large-scale purchases of lots of land in the New England region starting from the 1600's onwards.  I did some looking into their land records that have recently been uploaded to the internet to see what I could find.  Obviously the records are not complete.  Harvard University were MAJOR players in land acquisition.  For instance, the town of Holliston is named after Thomas Hollis, a benefactor of Harvard University, the town of Hopkinton is named after John Hopkins, another Harvard University benefactor, etc. 
Personally I do not have a high opinion of Harvard University or it's benefactors, past or present.  I am just scratching the surface of the rabbit-hole here by pointing out the massive scale Harvard University has played a role in of huge sums of land acquisition.  When you think about out, these elite circles and groups of men associated with Harvard played a large role of shaping the landscape, attitudes, politics and communities of the colonial world of this region, and they continue to do so today but on a global-scale.  Actually, these people's enterprise was on a global scale back then also.  For instance Thomas Hollis never stepped foot in America, yet through his association with Harvard University has a town named after him, and gone are the proper Native place names of such local areas such as "Wanakeening" which translates as "Smile of the Great Spirit."  However, the ramifications of Harvard University's enterprises today in the modern world is going to have a deeper impact on the emerging global community than ever before.  For instance, everyone knows that they have the "best" law school as well as many other areas of learning.  This may sound good to some, but the reality is that it isn't.  These people are diplomats and globalists.  Furthermore, one might want to do a search for "Maritime Admiralty Law" to learn more about the roots and terminology, even the symbolism behind the western structure of the law system.  What people don't know about this system of commerce will astound you! 
These people are all about projecting their agenda forth, even if it means displacing communities in the process, which is what the early acquisitions of land did to Native communities in early colonial times.  For instance, College St. in Hopkinton MA. is named after the Harvard College purchase of that land from Native people in 1715- that whole area by the Milford, Hopkinton and Holliston town lines was supposed to be land set aside for Native people... until Harvard College made what was probably an illegal, and definitely aggressive purchase of that land in 1715-16.  A more modern example of such acts of relocation/ displacing communities would be a look at New Orleans after it was flooded about 10 years ago now.  They have since re-built the city, and I have seen the faces and heard the voices of many of the people who are unable to move back into their old neighborhoods because they are too poor.  Musical artist Neil Young said it best in the lyric, "what if Al Qaeda blew up the levees/ Would New Orleans have been safer that way?/ Sheltered by our government's protection/ Or was someone just not home that day?"  This lyric implies that while the administration of the United States government is focused on war-time efforts overseas, there were no first-call responders to the disaster scene of New Orleans even when we have the resources to do so for our own citizens.  Some would say that this was deliberate.  Such scenarios, which institutions such as Harvard College has perfected, is called "the totalitarian tip-toe."  It is engineering society and the world around us, but only by a small piece at a time, and therefore most people simply don't take notice.  For instance, police officers used to visit schools and do DARE workshops/ classes, and now some of these same officers are the resident officers patrolling and working from the schools everyday.  While on the subject, here is a 15 minute video clip of researcher David Icke talking about the Fukushima radiation disaster-
But back to the Harvard College Archives.  Although I did not find the 1715-16 Purchase of the area around College St. in the Hopkinton/ Milford MA. area, there are a lot of land acquisitions from the 15th to the 19th centuries, some titles with interesting names such as "Pequot Lands" and "the Narragansett Farm."  Have a look.  I provide the link to the archives here- 
Okay.  I did some more browsing and found more archives titled "Records of gifts and donations."  In subseries A and B Edward Hopkins and Thomas Hollis are mentioned.  The 1715 purchase of land is mentioned that became Hopkinton but that's about it.  It didn't go into the detail I was looking for, such as confirming the presence of Native villages and families- to this end it said nothing.  But the document is still worth a look:
However, I have seen a map of Holliston, from the Holliston Historic Society that cites the "earliest points of interest."  There is an arrow around modern day College St. by the Holliston, Hopkinton and Milford town lines that reads: "possible Indian villages."  The land around this area may not afford a good village site, such as the land around Lake Winthrop in Holliston by the Sherborn town line area that was known to have villages, but it seems that early Euro-American residents must have noted something special about the College St. and surrounding area, which is one of the hot-spots in this region for Native Stone-Works such as cairn fields, prayer seats, enclosures, partial dolmens, rocking stones, etc.  There are a lot of high ridges in this area, as well as a source of water (Charles River, brooks) and was probably (or rather, it becomes quite obvious and clear) used for ceremonial use, in contrast to settlement sites.  I also know hunting/ fishing took place here, such as the arrowhead and quartz pick I saw along Beaver Brook off College St. 

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Stone Wall/ Complex Features: Rounded Head Stone, Standing Stone & Perched Boulders

Stone Wall/ Complex Features: Rounded Head Stone, Standing Stone & Perched Boulders

Here is a nice site from the Milford/ Holliston town line area.  It has some interesting features both along and around the stone wall.  First is a rounded stone I noticed which seems to portray the profile of a human (or perhaps anthropomorphic) head.  Next to it is a Standing Stone and finally some interesting boulders in and around the wall.

This is actually the last set of pictures I have for the moment.  As some may know my old computer crashed not too long ago.  I got a new lab-top but it is a real cheapie.  Furthermore I am having trouble uploading new pictures onto my e-mail- why I do not know.  Hopefully this will only be a temporary problem.  In the meantime I plan to keep the blog active by posting articles, links to video lectures from various researchers from all over the world and things like that. 

The first feature is this rounded stone head.  The stone itself is rounded, and this is probably not a natural feature- it looks worked- over.  You can also tell where the forehead, eyes, nose, etc. is on the stone.  It looks human-like but possibly animal/anthropomorphic as well (like an Egyptian Thoth.  I am not saying it is Thoth, I am just giving an example of what I mean by anthropomorphic.)  View A:

View B:

View C:

View D:

Next is the Standing Stone located several yards away from the stone head.  There appears to be a line-mark or two on the stone:

View B of the Standing Stone:

Stepping back the stone head and standing stone as viewed from behind.  Stone head on the left and standing stone in the middle.  It looks like there is a serpent- motif to the wall as well:

The wall continues and runs into a boulder, a classic element in these walls:

On a bedrock outcrop above the wall is this perched boulder- there is at least one stone placement under the boulder:

The perched stone on the bedrock in the background, the wall in the foreground with some interesting stone shapes:

Another perched boulder nearby.  View A:

View B:


Friday, January 15, 2016

Joseph Bruchac Interview: A Person of Mixed Ancestry & Other Tellings

Joseph Bruchac Interview: A Person of Mixed Ancestry & Other Tellings

Joseph Bruchac is a well-known and prolific Native story-teller/ writer of mixed ancestry.  In many ways, Joseph Bruchac has always been sort of an inspiration/ role model as far as I am concerned, because his ancestry and family situation when growing up very much parallels my own.  I would like the readers of my blog, and the people I have met in the field of research concerning rock piles and stone-works, to understand this about my own Native ancestry.

Joseph Bruchac is one of those individuals, like myself, who is of mixed American Indian and Euro-American ancestry.  Bruchac was able to re-connect with his Native heritage and identity.  Indeed, long before I learned of the full implications of the Ceremonial Stone Landscape, I was at least to some degree involving myself with Native cultural events such as Pow-wows, meeting other folks, etc.  After all, as I have stated in another post, my own grandfather on my father's side (English, Scottish and Native) volunteered with the American Indian Center in Chicago when he lived in that city (an urban center by and for Native people), lived on a reservation with extended family as a teenager/ young man during the Great Depression era, went to cultural events such as the "Indian Games", my Uncle's business is a Native American owned company my grandfather started, etc.  My mother's side of the family also has some Native heritage through my great-grandmother who lived to be 106, originally from the Quebec region of Canada (French Canadian and Native, married an English American).  And lastly both my grandmother's were Swedish in descent.  So that is the personal summary of my line of descendency.  Also, my father was a first-generation business-man, but I have no clue how to relate to that kind of work. 

To most people, Native people are "invisible", even more so if one comes from a family of mixed heritage, whether the case be a white or black ad-mixture.  For instance, there are different ways that people of mixed descent can choose to view themselves.  I have personally come to the realization that I can ultimately trace myself back through my Native ancestry, yet oddly enough this too is true of my other lines of descent... I may not be a card-carrying tribal member but I will not allow my Native heritage to completely fall silent.  Furthermore, most people from the outside world do not "get" or "understand" people of mixed Native ancestry, and sometimes people's views can be hurtful.  For instance, I was talking to an elder at last year's Hassanamesit Powwow, and he told me that anthropologists told him straight to his face that he was "black" (and therefore denying or ignoring his Native heritage to his face).  This is wrong on the anthropologists' part on every level... institutionalized racism.

On another note I have always like the quote from Chief Dan George when he said, "if you have one drop of Native ancestry, you are a Native person."  Furthermore, I feel that some of the researchers I led on hiking expeditions to rock pile and Manitou sites were un-aware of my unique circumstances as someone of Native ancestry, something I believe I should have addressed to them right off the bat.  When I did mention my ancestry to a couple of them, but not really getting into any detail, they said, almost dismissively, "oh, you should try finding out more about that"... (<insert belly laugh here>--) yeah, as if I don't already know!!  All the sites I have shown to researchers I have done in good faith, out of my own time, so that these places will be recognized for what they truly are, and hopefully to be preserved in future generations.

I would also like to say that I see much sacredness in the natural world around me.  When two tree branches fall on the ground outside my door and make a nice shape, such as a crescent or a circle I take note and see such an act as a good omen (for lack of a better word.)  I look up at the stars at night and try to identify the constellations I am familiar with, I anticipate meteor showers, full moons, "super" moons, etc.

So, Joseph Bruchac, like myself, is a person of mixed ancestry.  In the following interview, he expresses this issue perfectly.  I would recommend to people to watch not just the first video, which bears the title "A Person of Mixed Ancestry" but all 30 videos in the Playlist which range from 10 second clips to 2 minutes, so the whole playlist isn't that long.  Also important is in a later clip where Bruchac talks about Native languages.  Native people and their descendants don't just simply "live" in an area... we are OF an area.  My own Native ancestry may come from other regions and places in the country, but I have lived where I do all my life... I am OF the area, a man of the land.  I have had a couple of Joseph Bruchac books kicking around in my room for quite some time.  They are "Native American Animal Stories" and "Thirteen Moons On Turtle's Back."  Good books.

So finally here is the link to the Joseph Bruchac interview:

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Last thoughts on Michael Tellinger Lectures Before Moving On

Last Thoughts On Michael Tellinger Lectures Before Moving On

It is no doubt that the stone ruins found in South Africa are awe-inspiring.  Michael Tellinger seems to be making the loudest noise at the moment as far as that research goes.  However, I have a hard time with his "Anunnaki gold-mining" hypothesis.  I will admit that the Sumerian cuniform tablets are interesting and very old, and that the South African ruins Michael is looking at probably pre-date the Sumerian culture and that they are both generally in the same part of the world.  Therefore I agree that ruins and artifacts found in South Africa could be prototypes of later (but still ancient) cultures in that general area, such as the Sumerian culture.

Tellinger seems to be drawing his Anunnaki hypothesis from the translations of Zacheria Sitchin (sp.?), and it is known that Sitchin did not properly translate some of the material from the Sumerian Cuniform tablets.  Not only are some of Sitchin's translations bad (from what I have heard), but when they are more or less "right", the context isn't.  For instance, when talking about "Gods" we do not have to take "Gods" literally in the way a modern person would try to make sense of it (which is what researchers like Sitchin & Tellinger seem to be doing).  We do not have to apply material flesh and blood to these gods.  However, there is an indigenous wisdom and history coming from those mythologies that is important to that part of the world- at least that is what I can tell from it.  For instance, the translation of the gods as "giants" does not have to mean flesh and blood giants from the stars, the cuniform texts are probably referring to the primal forces of the cosmos- obviously the forces of space in the sky perceived by ancient people (and they did perceive more than most modern people realize).   

With that said, I find Tellinger's work to be interesting, educational and important at the same time.  You can learn a lot from his videos and still dis-agree or be unsure with some of his viewpoints/ ideas.  I would even go as far to say that there are paralells between the research of stone-works in South Africa with stone-works in New England and all over the world.  For instance, a confounding high volume of stone-works.  The stone enclosures in S. Africa seem to parallel the miles of stone wall labyrinth complexes in New England.  In the video I will show here, Tellinger shows bird stones.  There are similar proto-type bird stones all over New England as I have shown in this blog.  Lastly, some of the Standing Stone sites bear a remarkable resemblance to one another.  As Mavor and Dix pointed out in their work, however, you can apply these con-founding similarities to be across the world in just about every land.  Also, the work of Tellinger and others is open-minded and they express some great alternative viewpoints about sound vibration and resonance, sacred geometry, etc.

So here is one last Michael Tellinger lecture before moving on to other posts:


Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Massive StoneWorks In South Africa Lecture

Massive StoneWorks In South Africa Lecture

Before getting into the topic of this post I want to say that I deleted the last post.  There is no need for me to get too detailed about personal endeavors, experiences growing up, etc. in this blog.  The post was a lot of emotional drivel and rambling.  Although I suppose it did give some insight into me, the author of this blog, it simply isn't necessary.  Maybe some keywords about myself from last post: former athletic runner, Chinese Martial Arts, Native American ancestry, raised as a Christian Scientist in early life (healing, praying, quiet center, anti-pharmaceutical medicine/ drugs), well-read, rebellious as teenager, thinking outside the box, etc.

However, in the last post I did state that I am having trouble uploading new pictures onto my e-mail.  This is still the case.  To supplement what will become, hopefully only for the short-term, a shortage of pictures of local sites in my area I am going to be sharing links from researchers not just from North America, but from all over the world.

The following presentation is from Michael Tellinger, a researcher in South Africa.  I want to say that I do not follow his work as far as "the Annunaki" is concerned.  I will not say that he is wrong to include this in his research, if that is his perspective than fine, he has every right to go there with what clues of evidence he has. 

Personally, I myself do perceive that human-kinds' antiquity goes deep into the past, at least into the hundreds of thousands of years.  I can also relate to what "energy" is or what might be called electro-magnetic white light and that our ancestors had the ability to harness this most natural force to their advantages.  I can also agree with a divine presence in the universe, and an ebb and flow of "sentient beings" (like a great-horned serpent in the thunder clouds, or what the Aboriginals in Australia call "the rainbow serpent") and that there are other such cosmic forces at play as well.  So for me, this is on an "energetic" level, but is very real and affects the world we live in.  So here I do not have the same viewpoint of what Michael Tellinger will bring up about the "ancient astronaut" part of his research.  But that's okay.

The rest of the lecture is fantastic and over-all very well put together.  Michael Tellinger will be talking about the ancient stones in South Africa.  Everything from the symbolic shapes of the stones, to sound and vibration, and the massive distribution of the sites and their implications -it used to be thought the stone sites in South Africa was about 20,000, but now it is revealed in the millions.  I perceive that this is probably the case in Northeast America as well, although some sites, and the continuous dispertion thereof, have been lost to development, and some things are obscured by brush, trees, soil build-up and the like. 

Here is the Michael Tellinger lecture (147 mins.):

Friday, January 8, 2016

{{--Accessing the Bear / Bigfoot Frequency...--///}}

{{--Accessing the Bear / Bigfoot Frequency...--///}}

Nice hip-hop overdub music- Great beat.  Check it out:

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Cairn Field, Continued

Cairn Field, Continued

Moving on from last post.  These cairns and stone structures pretty much speak for themselves.  Nice example of a Cairn Field on a hill-side.

Very much a fish effigy in the fore-ground:

Stacked rock pile altar/ effigy:

Stone shapes:

Statue-like, but looking abstract (at least in current state... could be of great antiquity):

Another Manitou/ spirit stone on the top middle of this cairn: 

One of the many kinds of classic cairn structure designs found in this region:

Two stones placed on a boulder.  The stone on the right appears to have two markings (lines) worked into it:

This cairn appears to depict a turtle or other animal (stone on left as the head stone), and at the same time probably functioned as an altar as well as indicated by the stones with the flat surfaces placed on the cairn.  At least that is what I see:

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Small "Cave"/ Rock Shelter W/ Structural Stone Stacking Enhancements

Small "Cave"/ Rock Shelter W/ Structural Stone Stacking Enhancements

This site is located in the middle of a Cairn Field.  There is a small cave entrance with a couple of stacked stones on the top of the structure to enhance the roof of the structure.  I do not know if the "cave" itself was created by splitting the boulder out or if this is a natural feature that was modified with stone stacking for the roof enhancement and rock piles outside the structure.  The roof enhancement and rock piles around the structure, as well as the broader cairn field in general, which we will look at in the next post, clearly indicate the spot was used by people and is obviously a feature of the Ceremonial Stone Landscape of the area.  This appears to be pretty significant and would probably be an excellent spot for further research by qualified people.  Let's have a look:

The top two stones above the entrance are what I mean by "roof enhancement."  Obviously placed there as a structural element:

Stepping back to show the surroundings of the structure:

The large stone cairn in the for-ground, outside the cave entrance:

Another view of the stone cairn outside the entrance:

Boulder & Stone Cairn outside entrance:

The side of the boulder that the cave is worked into.  Looks like a nice rock shelter spot:

One more view.  The cave is built (or located) into the side of the slope... in this way this "Unique Structure" resembles a Stone Chamber, and may have been used for a similar purpose (assuming one acknowledges that Stone Chambers and similar structures such as this fit into the cosmology of First Nations' Ceremonial Stone Landscapes.):

A neighboring boulder near the cave with a hollow in the middle.  Boulders such as this reminds me of one of the scenes from the movie "Last of the Mohicans" (1990's film version) where the Sachem was sitting against/ on top of a boulder in the Native Village:

Again, we see the structural element of a Rock Pile at the foot of this uniquely shaped boulder:

More from this cairn field in the following posts.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Cairns & Stone Wall Along the Slopes of the Hills

Cairns & Stone Wall Along the Slopes of the Hills

More cairns and stone-works from the same area as the previous posts- the long range of hills in Milford MA.

Cairn #1, View A.  My opinion is that this whole boulder has been shaped out with the rock pile than added later:

View B:  When comparing the two pictures we can see that the stones placed on this cairn form a shape, such as the turtle petro-form cairn that was featured 2 posts back, which is a neighboring cairn to this one (in alignment as a matter of fact).  This one is harder to discern (at least in it's current state.)  May be another turtle or a Great-Horned Serpent, a Sky Being (as this area is great for sky viewing), or a human anthropomorphic figure placed below the sky:   

Another shaped-out boulder with a smaller cairn in the background.  This whole area is a major complex of some sort  along the side of the slope of the hill (at least what remains of it.)  It would be amazing to see what this spot originally looked like long ago:

A lower to the ground cairn.  In the back-ground you can see how high up this area is:

Split boulder, forming a symbolic shape.  The rock pile to make the cairn was later added.  Every stone on the cairn, as is usually the case, has been worked out into a shape and placed to form a specific pattern.  There is nothing random about any of this:

This large elongated cairn is between cairn 1 of this post and the turtle cairn of 2 posts back: 

Going down the slope a bit is an archaic-looking wall complex.  The wall meets in certain areas and also goes off in many directions:

A close-up of one of the wall features.  Again, even in this wall of a more massive scale, we see that most stones (if not all) have a special shape and placement.  Notice the rhombazoid shaped stone to the left of the stone slab.  On top of the stone slab are effigy stones (a bird, like a condor or eagle, and maybe a baby turtle.) 

From the other side:

A couple more stone cairns:

A nicely formed stone mound built into the side of the hill, way down the slope.  This is definitely a stone structure such as a stone mound, and in my opinion it even has the potential to be a collapsed or buried Chamber but I do not know.  View A:



Stay tuned because it only gets better.