Most people who visit the complex at Poverty Point Louisiana, which is the second largest earthen-mound in the United States, never ponder how over 390,000 tons of dirt was moved and compacted to form this incredible wonder of the ancient world!
Main Stream Archaeologist insist that the earth was dug with flint hoes and then moved one basketful at a time to create the huge mound at Poverty Point. I asked one archaeologist if this “theory” had ever been tested. He answered that he didn’t know!
Rick Woodward is an archaeologist and an anthropologist. Rick knew of a flint-knapper who made replicas of primitive hoes for museums. We hired him and he created an exact replica of the hoe that was supposedly used to dig the earth to create the mound at Poverty Point. We then hired a fit laborer and went out to a location near the mound at Poverty Point to see just how the hoe would perform.
We timed how long it would take to dig one bucket of earth and move it. We then calculated how many single buckets of earth it would take to construct the mound at Poverty Point. How does 26 MILLION SINGLE buckets of earth sound? Think about it… 26 MILLION buckets of earth. Something is wrong with this picture!
There are 10,000 mounds in Ohio alone. There is advanced mathematics, solar alignments, knowledge of the solstices and equinoxes and some sites are built on an 18.5 lunar cycle, which means someone had to keep track of the moon’s waxing and waning for 18.5 years!
Furthermore, some of the sites like the Serpent Mound in Ohio can only be seen from the air! Who is the Prince of the Power of the Air?
There is a hidden history that has been deliberately obfuscated from the people of the world. This history points to the fact that the Biblical narrative of the Nephilim was a reality. In other words, giants towering over 9 feet tall once roamed the earth. Goliath was all too real!
The Mysterious Moundbuilders is the first film in the On the Trail of the Nephilim series!