So I cleared the brush and began uncovering more stones. It's been a long process and a labor of love. One of the reasons I call the hill Faerie Hill is that orbs often appear in photos. . .
Though out my front door rather than on the hill, this orb is too special not to include. I'd lost my kitty Mishi two weeks before and I believe she knew I was heartbroken so she came back for a comforting visit. . .
The largest stone on Faerie Hill is covered in cupmarks, with a strip of cupmarks wrapped around the three exposed sides, bordered by white quartz blocks of equal size. I'm searching for a local archaeoastronomer who can determine whether it's a representation of the Milky Way Galaxy. . .
view of the top of the stone. . .
another view of the top of the stone. . .
side of stone, straight on and sideways. . .
The 'Milky Way' strip & the quartz border [& Pippi]. . .
I made a kind of map illustrating the most prominent cupmarks, then I compared it to a photo of the Milky Way and WOW. They seemed very similar! And in the area of our solar system there are two holes drilled into the stone. What do you see? . . .
Milky Way. . .
Some of the most prominent cupmarks on the strip. . .
Closeup of our solar system area & the same area on the stone. . .
two holes are drilled in the area of our solar system. . .
Another angle, taken this month, still covered in pine needles - spring has arrived, FINALLY!. . .
A view of the pond from the stone. . .
Milky Way stones across the world
THE MILKY WAY MYTHOLOGY AND THE STORIES OF CREATION
Many of the stones on the hill appear slightly askew, as though jarred long ago by a great force. The Carolina Bays are powerful evidence of a cataclysmic comet or meteor striking North America 12,000 years ago. It came in from the northeast and according to legend and growing evidence, it was so powerful it caused a worldwide flood.
"If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit." ~ W.C. Fields
Geologists and archaeologists proclaim as fact complex natural processes over millions of years for stone formations your eyes insist are man-made. But there's no way they can know what occurred over millions of years, they can only speculate with extremely limited knowledge and zero knowledge of possible ancient technology.
Yet anyone who speculates outside their fractured Darwinist paradigm is attacked and ridiculed, especially anyone with compelling evidence that challenges their 'baffling bullshit'. Not science, but ego-driven dogma dominates the control-based 'education' system that narrows, not enlightens. Knowledge is power and knowledge of our true selves is the most crucial kind, so free thought is essential for our evolution.
With that in mind, here's one the many AMAZING Montana megaliths that mock official American history, destroy the Darwin paradigm and predictably get ZERO press. . .the layering is similar to the 'Milky Way' stone - click on the pix to see more of these undeniably man-made megaliths recently discovered by Julie & Bill Ryder. . .
closeup of the layering. . .
checkerboard stone. .
flower stone. . .
painted stone. . .
a step stone. . .
mushroom stone. . .
an enigmatic stone [& Elsa]. . .
3 views of a double-tiered lintel. . .
lintel, before excavation. . .
lintel, in the process of excavation. . .
enigmatic, partially unearthed stone. . .
layered stone, partially unearthed. . .
a carved stone. . .
etched stone, beginning to be unearthed. . .
another view [& Pippi]. . .
bizarre carved stone near the etched stone. . .
autumn. . .
orbs. . .
the path at the bottom of the hill. . .
the kitties love Faerie Hill. . .
heading towards the hill. . .
beaver pond in winter. . .
the spring. . .
Plenty of room for overnight guests. . .
On my first walk through the woods in October 2005, I came upon the largest stone on the hill, the megalithic 'Milky Way' stone. So I took some pictures of it - here's the first one as I approached it. . .
Then I took some pix of the side of the stone, covered in cupmarks. When I loaded the pix onto my computer, there was a distinct red heart on the side of the megalithic stone. I thought it must be a leaf, though I'd seen no heart-shaped leaves. So I zoomed in on it and it wasn't a leaf, it was a soft-looking red heart, and inside it was a glowing white heart balloon.
I'd taken two pictures in succession and the first shot showed no heart. Here are the two shots - the one on the left was taken first, you can see the heart on the second, upper left of center. . .
Here's the heart cropped, original and enhanced. . .
I might have dismissed it as some kind of photographic fluke, except for one fact that's difficult to share. . .in that moment I knew the heart was a message from my daughter Julia, who had passed suddenly from illness the year before on Nov 1.
Over the course of that terrible year I believe she tried to send me many messages to reassure me that she's more alive than we can imagine, reaching into our world while hers is unreachable to our limited consciousness. In those moments I would know it was Julia, but later I would think it was probably just coincidence and wishful thinking. And my despair carried on.
But this heart was different. I could not dismiss it. Julia loved to draw and many of her brilliant marker drawings included hearts and heart balloons, so she used a symbol of love in a way I would recognize as uniquely hers.
But being a believing doubter of magical things I ran down to the stone to inspect the area for heart-shaped leaves, finding none. Then I noticed that the stone was covered with glittering, purplish stones, and many of the cupmarks had remnants of the purplish stone, and it looked as though someone had removed them.
I chipped a piece off and brought it to a jeweler, who confirmed it as garnet, Julia's birthstone. Many stones in New England are covered in garnet, of course, but it was quite a confluence of coincidence, and I feel that the spirits of the woods assisted my daughter in sending me a message of love and life.
Dr. Barry Fell of Harvard University spent years investigating stone evidence of an ancient Celtic and Phoenician presence in the New World. His three books were immensely popular, which enraged mainstream archaeology that has been advancing the Darwinian paradigm in lockstep with other so-called sciences. Following Dr. Fell's death in 1997 his important research was essentially tossed in the garbage by the 'experts' and even alleged to be deceptive, since Dr. Fell was unable to defend himself - does it get any lower? And the Darwinian paradigm has been reasserted with a vengeance despite finds being made every day that entirely disprove it. Dogma absolutely rules mainstream archaeology, not science and the truth is far more fascinating than their fiction.
The similarities between the megalithic structures of Great Britain and New England are undeniable to anyone with sight and knowledge and no hidden agenda. So to seek the truth we need to disregard the dogmatists and follow our reason, logic and investigation and that of the honest diffusionist archaeology researchers doing such important work. Here are just a few:
Jim Vieira ~ Michael Cremo ~ Phillip Coppens ~ Sam Osmanagic ~
Freddy Silva ~ Hugh Newman
THE CAROLINA BAYS & THE GREAT FLOOD OF 10,000B.C.
The Carolina Bays are over 500,000 oval shaped bays from Maine to North Carolina, all oriented in a northwesterly direction and all dated to about 12,000 years ago. Evidence indicates that the bays were created by the impact and debris of a comet dating back 12,000 years, to the time of the 'great flood'.written about in cultures worldwide.
Carolina Bays Study Conclusion:
"The proposed model with shock waves from cometary fragments exploding above the surface creating a series of similar landforms is conceptually very simple, and is far less complex than most of the terrestrial models postulated recently. For geometrically regular forms such as Carolina Bays we prefer a simple causal mechanism if it is feasible."
"In North America, every single river valley that heads onto what was the former site of the ice sheet has evidence of gigantic floods--not over millions of years--we'd be literally talking weeks, days. Every single major river valley in North America shows evidence of catastrophic flooding on a scale unlike anything seen in historical times." ~ Randall Carlson
7 Hills & 7 Pyramids
"[I]n the Hindu system, the place of the Siddhas, called the possessors of knowledge and the magnificent perfected, is immediately beneath the moon. The mount of seven seps and the seven starts was also represented by seven hills and seven pyramids. The Ancient Gret Mother is described in Revelation as sitting on the Seven Hills. These are found in various localities, in Mexico, Britain, hina and Inner Africa, as well as at Rome. Whenever identified they represent the seven hills of heaven, the seven forms of the celestial mount corresponding to the seven branches of the typical tree…and seven mountains or hills on earth stand for seven constellations in heaven." from The Natural Genesis: Or, Second Part of A Book of the Beginnings, 1883
Cities with seven hills
"[T]here are many cities that claim to be built on seven hills. These include Rome & Washington DC. Following the comet cataclysm that appears to have hit North America 12,000 years ago, could many pyramid complexes have been buried under hundreds of feet of soil? Could they now only be perceived as hills and mountains? If so, this would be known by those with secret ancient history knowledge and more recently the technology to detect it. Such power under foot would be the obvious choice for power centers.
The Seven Sisters of the Pleiades by Munya Andrews
"The tendency of some researchers to immediately suggest a connection to Ursa Major, as opposed to the stars of the Pleiades, whenever and wherever there is some marking septenary feature -- from seven dots painted on an ancient Egyptian calendar to seven hills in the landscape -- is somewhat biased. It appears that many researchers (astronomers, archaeologists and the like) are far too eager to dismiss the possibility that the seven stars of the Pleiades could have a direct bearing on ancient artefacts, monuments or locales in favour of the stars of Ursa Major. This is remarkable, considering that the stars of the Pleiades are visible to skywatchers in both hemispheres, whereas the stars of Ursa Major cannot be seen at all in the lower regions of the Southern Hemisphere, and then only partially so in the northern regions above 30 degrees S latitude."
The Bosnian Pyramids
""[S]even hills" were molded on the surface potentially representing the map of the terrain where the Bosnian Pyramids are located.
Hills of Monson
Monson consists of a north/south oriented Y-shaped valley nestled between two prominent ridge lines. The western ridge and hills are granite intrusions that separate Monson from Wilbraham. Monson's highest peaks, such as Peaked Mountain (1,278 feet), West Hill (900 feet), and Chicopee Mountain (800 feet) are found along the western ridgeline. At the base of these formations, Monson Granite was quarried for use in many of the Town's now historic buildings. The east ridgeline [is] composed of granite, sandstone, feldspar, and quartz. Monson's valley [also] contains drumlins and eskers.
More On Monson Topography, etc.
"Monson is situated in the rugged uplands of the upper Chicopee Valley with reported native sites along the Quaboag River. [It]is dominated by a complex of moderate to rugged uplands generally ranging between 800 and 900 feet in elevation. Most prominent are Peaked Mountain with an elevation of 1278 feet, West Hill, Moon Mountain and its unnamed sister peak, and Peck Hill, all with heights over 1000 feet.
Fertile intervales extend along the northern boundary of Monson and the north central portion of the town. Several moderate-sized tracts of marshland are scattered about Monson, the largest occurring at the confluence of the Quaboag River and Chicopee Brook. The only major waterway is the Quaboag River, which delineates the town's northern boundary. The Chicopee Brook runs north from South Monson and drains into the Quaboag. The latter waterway has been the site of a large portion of the town's 19th century industrial operations.
The major east-west route between Springfield and Boston is documented as Bay Path along the Quaboag River. The route apparently climbed over Bald Peak along Hovey Road around the base of Chicopee Hill. A secondary east-west route is reported as Longmeadow Path from Springfield around West Hill and Cedar Swamp.
Colonial settlement was restricted to a single individual, Richard Fellows. In ca. 1657, Fellows established a tavern to service Bay Path travellers. . .The site was abandoned a year or so after occupation because of the owner's fear of native attack. The native population probably maintained their traditional subsistence patterns. However, establishment of a large scale English fur trade operation in the Springfield area in the late 1630s may have encouraged local native involvement. Little can be said about this period, due to the lack of documentation.
The site of Fellows' tavern should be located and examined, if still extant, since such evidence of pre 1675 English settlement in this portion of the Connecticut River Valley is highly unusual. Fellows is reputed by several sources to have been the first English settler to have established a residence between Springfield and Brookfield. There are no figures for a native population."
"Peaked Mountain is a hidden gem that many forget about, hidden in the hills of Monson, MA. The summit is 1,227 ft. and takes about 45 minutes to hike one way. Once you hit the top you'll be greeted by a small mailbox, where several notebooks are usually kept and hikers can leave a message. Almost mimicking the sign-in stops on the Appilichain Trail. At the top looking out you can gaze northward across the Quabbin Reservoir watershed and even get a glimpse of New Hampshire's Mount Monadknock."
Monson Hill Climbs
Life in Monson
More on Peaked Mountain
Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary
OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST
The Worldwide Flood: Unifying Science with the Human Narrative Tradition by Randall Carlson
Theory Supporting the Biblical Account of the Great Flood by James A. Maruse
RE-EVALUATION OF THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORIGIN OF THE CAROLINA BAYS
Mystery History: University Lecturer john Hyatt Finds Population Of Fairies?
The Carolina Bays and the Destruction of North America, by Ralph Ellis
The Pyramid Parallax: Light, Electricity & Music of the Spheres
VIDEO: The Last Great Collision/The Carolina Bays
HOW DID THE ICE AGES END? by Randall Carlson
Origin of the Carolina Bays by Antonio Zamora
Randall Carlson Research Becomes Mainstream
Julia Ryder on Montana Megaliths, etc.
Faerie Flag of the Clan MacLeod
Carolina Bays by George Howard
Crop Circle Art by Mother Earth
Invisible Temple by Freddy Silva
Fairie Factors vs Materialism
Evidence: GeoCosmic REX
The Old Bay Path
Native American Prayer for Life - Mitakuye Oyasin
All my relations. I honour you in this circle of life with me today. I am grateful for this opportunity to acknowledge you in this prayer....
To the Creator, for the ultimate gift of life, I thank you.
To the mineral nation that has built and maintained my bones and all foundations of life experience, I thank you.
To the plant nation that sustains my organs and body and gives me healing herbs for sickness, I thank you.
To the animal nation that feeds me from your own flesh and offers your loyal companionship in this walk of life, I thank you.
To the human nation that shares my path as a soul upon the sacred wheel of Earthly life, I thank you.
To the Spirit nation that guides me invisibly through the ups and downs of life and for carrying the torch of light through the Ages. I thank you.
To the Four Winds of Change and Growth, I thank you.
You are all my relations, my relatives, without whom I would not live. We are in the circle of life together, co-existing, co-dependent, co-creating our destiny. One, not more important than the other. One nation evolving from the other and yet each dependent upon the one above and the one below. All of us a part of the Great Mystery.
Thank you for this Life.