L. A. Marzulli
I met Deborah, Chelsea and Katrina, and they escorted me to what is known as the “Crocodile” Mound. This mound is in what is now in a very well to do community. It is at the end of a cul-de-sac and there are houses around it. It is also a high place and offers a vantage point of the entire Ohio Valley. When an archeological dig was done there they discovered an altar and human remains. It is most likely a ritual sacrificial site. The Crocodile name is a misnomer as no one knows what the mound was really called. The Mound is shaped in the form of what some say is a lizard, while others say it is a panther, or Crocodile. The most interesting dynamic to me is that when standing on the mound you can’t see anything. When going into a crop circle, or standing in the Nazca lines in Peru, or “The Octagon” Mound works in Ohio, one cannot make out anything. It is only visible from the AIR, and that brings me to ask, why go through all the trouble of building these complex structures if no one can enjoy them from the ground and they can only be appreciated from a vantage point of several hundred feet above them? Is it possible that this is deliberate and that these edifices are constructed to the “gods” that come down.
Today we are going to the Circle Mound museum. I will conduct another interview while there and also get some good shots of the aerial photographs that they have taken of the Mound works. I have been invited by Geoff to walk on the golf course that has been integrated into the Octagon Mound. I’m going to take him up on this as I think it would be a great opportunity. I also got in touch with Fritz Zimmerman and we exchanged emails. I will call him this week once I finish his well researched book on the Nephilim in the Ohio valley.
Russ Dizdar and I are planning to hold a conference in Newark Ohio perhaps in September of this year. We both feel that the site is extremely important and we will lecture on the Nephilim and the ritualistic aspects of the site.
Last night after the conference ended we were going to eat dinner at Chipolte’s. There were tornado alerts in the area and as we pulled into the parking lot, which happens to be directly across the street from the Circle mounds, as I got out of the car the storm was almost directly overhead. The sky was green and there were “cells” that were forming. I began to rebuke the storm, by shouting, ‘The Blood of the Lamb! You may not pass this way!”
We got back into our cars and headed out of the area and instead of escaping it drove into a major down pour that was so intense we couldn’t see 10 feet in front of the van!
Was this storm deliberate? Was this just a coincidence? A tornado did touch down in the next town over. I have video of the storm and will post it once I figure out how to do that!
Off to the airport in about 4 hours from now and then home to Los Angeles and some rest for the next couple of days.
Blessings to all!
Peace – Out!