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You see, there are over sixty-five mysterious small buildings throughout New England. Archeologists dismiss them as root cellars from colonial times. But if they are just root cellars, why are there no records of them being made by the colonists? Why is it that in one record a colonist — who found one...
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You see, there are over sixty-five mysterious small buildings throughout New England. Archeologists dismiss them as root cellars from colonial times. But if they are just root cellars, why are there no records of them being made by the colonists? Why is it that in one record a colonist — who found one already made and on his property — was told by a priest to avoid it? Why is it that many are aligned to certain stars that are associated with the ancient Druids? Why do some have intricate carvings on the walls?
In order to answer these and many more questions, the authors start on a journey of discovery, and take you along on a wild ride that threatens to shake the very foundations of history! You will go along with them as they discover factual evidence of European explorers visiting the Americas nearly 1,000 years before Columbus. You will learn how the Druids came over and built these constructions as part of their religion.
In Europe, such constructions are known to appear along lines of energy and power. So are these. You will discover how they are frequently the center for the appearance of odd lights and UFOs. Scientific evidence shows them to be centered on weird, magnetic field anomalies.
If you are ready to discover the Celtic past of the Americas, you need to get this book. It will also intrigue and thrill archeologists, paranormalists, and people who just want to know the truth.
|1||Lost in Time||1|
|3||Remnants of a Lost People||31|
|4||Enter, the Druids||49|
|6||Mysteries of Ninham Mountain||69|
|7||Journey into the Unknown||89|
|8||Doorways to Another Dimension||103|
|9||The Paranormal Connection||115|
|10||The Path to Enlightenment||125|
|Appendix 2||Tables and Charts||135|
While novels are good, real life mysteries are even better. So if you like mysteries, I urge you to get Celtic Mysteries in New England by Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan.
This book starts like all good mysteries should: with a puzzling discovery. This discovery is dozens of odd, wood and stone constructions that are found throughout New England. Archeologists call them root cellars from the colonists. OK, that would be good — but why do some have intricate carvings inside of them? Why did some have materials in them that, through carbon dating, clearly pre-date the colonial period? And why are some of them oriented toward certain stars? Every time there seems to be an answer, the mystery gets deeper and deeper.
Now, I know you're not supposed to give away the answer, but in this case I think it's OK. In Celtic Mysteries in New England the authors show that they were constructed by the Druids, the clergy of the ancient Celts, perhaps as much as 1,000 years before Columbus. That's the solution to the mystery, but the real story is how — through research, first-hand reports, ancient documents and active investigation — they are able to prove that the Celts were here and are part of our heritage.
But with the ending of one mystery comes another. Why do they seem to be the center of paranormal activity? Why are they in the area of frequent UFO sightings? What is the cause of unusual magnetic phenomena in these buildings?
If you love a mystery — one that is solved with facts, not fiction — you will want to read this book. If you are a Wiccan interested in the history of the Celts, you'll want this book, too. And if you just want a great read that will give you new insights into ancient history, get this book today.
Posted June 8, 2000
Celtic Mysteries of New England presents the undeniable facts that america was visited by Eurpoeans as far back as 2000 years ago. The book not only combines the paranormal with ancient sites but also UFOS I read the book in one night,, could not put it down.. I would love to see these stone chambers in personWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.