Seven Civilizations

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Elgin, IL - United States

Thank you so very very much Beth for the feature in the Group and Contest Administrators Group!! :^D ----jrr & jammer

Elgin, IL - United States

Thank you so very much for featuring this in the Major Arts Abstract Group!!

Elgin, IL - United States

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Elgin, IL - United States

Thank you so very much Jouko for featuring this in the Art From the Past Group!! :^D jrr

Elgin, IL - United States

@Scott Such compelling mysteries around us. :^D I wish I had more time to have many other careers I am interested in!! The curious mind!! I guess a future lifetime then!! :^D jrr

Strasburg, CO - United States

I think we're missing two big digs here in the states. Probably more but still. 1. We have to have a pyramid somewhere up by Minnesota. Ancient aliens theory, but a strong one none the less. 2. Right here in Colorado, just past Bailey in the mountains on I-70 there's a "15-ish by 3 miles" of "flat as water terrain" there in between big mountains. Makes no sense. This had to have been a fresh water lake millions of years ago (freshwater fossil finds) and this was it's bottom. Had to have many settlers, from us clear back to who knows. The location is perfect protection from the elements. I've already found questionable rock formations that could have been something eroded by time. I swear one looks like the top of a head. Eyes, nose, then buried. This lake wash out would also explain the exact same height, plateaus/cliffs by Boulder that appear to be washed out plains (at one time) to me. When this lake's dam burst, the Denver/Boulder mud was created. All that water washed out those plateaus that used to be flatlands and 40-50 ft higher before. Imagine all the finds in the muck between Denver and that sweet spot.---Too deep? Maybe? All theory, but I've found stuff on my theories that lead me to further my questioning. Freshwater fossil pieces and that top of a head. Whew, don't know why that drives me. Wish I knew more about it. I'm a thinker and that's the ultimate Rubics cube. Unraveling time.

Elgin, IL - United States

Quite astounding really! I, like you Scott, are fascinated with archeology and digs!! :^D jrr

Strasburg, CO - United States

How brilliant is that for 4000 years ago?

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