Celtic Mysteries in New England eBook Ü Celtic

Celtic Mysteries in New England Are you ready to solve a mystery One that disproves accepted archeology and history Then you need to get Celtic Mysteries in New England by Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan 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 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 , 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 2.5 3.0 in usefullness to me.I got it because I wanted inspiration on druids Which, I figured, meant something other than some historical something or other about them And I got the perfect couple of pages, in here.There were some interesting things, too To me, though, the authors took some conjectures too far, stated as facts things they had already said even they weren t sure of They didn t have to do that, and it really disappointed me that they did I ve read Imbrogno before, and thou 2.5 3.0 in usefullness to me.I got it because I wanted inspiration on druids Which, I figured, meant something other than some historical something or other about them And I got the perfect couple of pages, in here.There were some interesting things, too To me, though, the authors took some conjectures too far, stated as facts things they had already said even they weren t sure of They didn t have to do that, and it really disappointed me that they did I ve read Imbrogno before, and thought he was pretty cool He didn t do so much relating conjectures as facts in that one, though.And the writing was not good Even if I could have ignored the numerous typos, the writing itself was justnot good.Still, interesting, in the end Inspiring to ponder, for one who writes what I write especially dealing with druids opening portals to other worlds Makes it hard to look at this as a read minus my specific purposes in reading.So I believe I ll not try, except in the rating of it Apparently Sort of hokey, but I m sure I would be scared if I went to one of these stone structures in the middle of the night I should take my kids to one on the way to Grandpa s house. The information presented is quite compelling Apparently, the northeast United States is peppered with caverns constructed of stone and they are all very old.Brendan the Navigator, a Celtic monk, is cited as one possible source for building these things But even he may be predated by these caverns.America has it s own Stonehenge in New Hampshire Though it doesn t really match the one across the ocean in size, it does have it s celestial alignments which date it to something constructed thousa The information presented is quite compelling Apparently, the northeast United States is peppered with caverns constructed of stone and they are all very old.Brendan the Navigator, a Celtic monk, is cited as one possible source for building these things But even he may be predated by these caverns.America has it s own Stonehenge in New Hampshire Though it doesn t really match the one across the ocean in size, it does have it s celestial alignments which date it to something constructed thousands of years ago.If this sort of thing interests you, then read this book It is very well done

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