A very large stone used in prehistoric cultures as a monument or building block.
Faerie Hill is located in Monson, Massachusetts. There are hundreds of megalithic and other stones on the hill, with dozens or hundreds more still buried. All the stones are slightly askew, as though jarred by a great force.
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"There I saw a sight I had not seen since my travels in the British Isles. Situated on a mound were weathered megalithic stones. I was filled with disbelief--it just couldn't be--western Europe, yes, but here in Massachusetts--no. The reality of the scene was astonishing." ~ James Whittall
"Located in the heart of modern-day New England stand sites of such great antiquity; sites so enigmatic, so sophisticated and seemingly inexplicable, serious scientists and archaeologists have denied their study because of their monumental implications: it would force them to throw away their preconceived notions about the achievements of ancient man into the historical garbage can." ~ Paul Tudor Angel
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
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. No contrary evidence rules out this possibility.
Here is an interesting article on the Carolina Bays. And below is a color-enhanced image of their shape..:
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."