Across the Ohio Valley landscape are the ruins of ancient burial mounds and geometric earthworks aligned to solar, lunar and astrological events. Within many of the burial mounds were the skeletal remains of an ancient race of giants with primitive-looking skulls. The geometric earthworks reveal that complex mathematics were used in their construction. The solar temples, best described as henges, are identical to those found in the British Isles and Germany that were constructed by the Beaker People. Their conical burial mounds, like those in Ohio, were surrounded by an earthwork or moat.
Their skeletons were also equally tall with the same primitive countenance. Is there a connection?
In this intriguing Talk to an Expert chat with AO Premium, author and researcher Fritz Zimmerman will compare burial mound types, earthworks and skulls from the British Isles and the Ohio Valley. Also, Early and Middle Age Bronze weapons technology from Mesopotamia and the Great Lakes Copper Culture will be examined and compared showing similar and simultaneous advancements. A numerical codex called Gematria is also evident within the lengths of many of the Ohio works that is not believed to be a serendipitous coincidence.
Fritz will also highlight some of largest burial mounds and earthworks in the Ohio Valley that have been listed as "Address Restricted" by archaeologists. This veil of secrecy has been removed in his "Travel Guide," making the location of these ancient sites public for the first time.
Fritz Zimmerman is the author of "The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley" Ten years of fieldwork exploring over 700 mound and earthwork sites in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Michigan, resulting in the discovery of 222 locations where these ancient ruins can be visited. Many of these sites were photographed for the first time that includes directions to this heretofore unknown ancient world, and published in "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley”. The latest book has 888 accounts of giant skeletons in "The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America."