Roadside Tourist-Trap History and the Civilian Conservation Corp

File this one under the Colonial America and Indians are Fake category. All Pre-Columbian and Colonial sites are fake, so when I find references to one I like to see the angle. The thing about the scriptwriters is once they find a good formula they reuse the shit out of it. Makes for an easily identifiable pattern. These fake sites are created to support the historical narrative which is complete bullshit. North America was repopulated along with the rest of the world in the late 1700’s/early 1800’s, depending on where you live. Cities weren’t built they were inherited by a class of people that use the fake narrative to justify birth-right claims to generational prestige, wealth, land grabs via fake docs like land trusts, deeds, wills, charters… We are a world held prisoner by false documents that serve as binding-contracts. Combined with legalese inverted word spells and the extensive use of magick sigils unrecognized in corporate logo’s most people go through life and never ever even blink.

I came across Den Rock Park while researching for an article about the Industrial Revolution which is psychological warfare to organize the slave labor pool of the Orphan/Immigrant class. The Industrial Revolution and the fake narrative sites like Den Rock are all part of the same scam. Sometimes important bulletpoints are connected by places, like people that go around and everything they’re involved in is some kind of false-flag operation or other, places are the same way and anything that happens within their imaginary boundaries you can guarantee are going to be the same thing. (boundaries created by binding-contract rituals and made real by the same force that gives currency its value).

Lawrence is one of those places. An autonomous entity with the same rights as a person. The ritual contract magick created this Company that is as real as you and me, at least on paper, like I said, we are a species ruled by fraudulent documents. The same energy that makes boundaries real and gives money its value is also what makes Lawrence a living entity *Maybe what is really happening is people are turned into corporations, not corporations turned into people, regardless they are both the same.

Everything connected to Lawrence plays into the psychological slavery of humanity, from the Pemberton Mill Collapse (inside job) to the Bread and Roses Strike. Even today it is the headquarters of Military Industrial Complex giants like Raytheon, so you can understand my skepticism when I read about an ancient Pre-Colonial site found there.

Theres not much to explain, I can show you a possible scenario but its the responsibility of the seeker to process the information accordingly. I already know these bitches are fake. Its All Fake. Heres a nice little quicky example of how the history timeline illusion is propped up with matching sites. For a more in-depth article check out my essay on Jamestown.

Den Rock Park

Historians place Native residents in North America as long as 12,000 years ago.

The 81-acre plot was bought by the City of Lawrence in 1877. The original intent was for a city cemetery. That never happened, but in 1896, it was designated as a public park. The Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administration laborers installed a set of stone steps and built trails, amphitheaters and boardwalks in the 1930s. It has also been, over time, a city composting site and a source of stone for the construction of nearby Interstate 495.

The CCC and WPA came out of the New Deal and like the Colonial Dames of America, who they often work together with, go around the country and landscape certain areas to match what the history books say. They ascribe fake history to starforts and participated in the Jamestown hoax. Their involvement in the 30’s suggests to me any later sites were fabricated and then buried for later discovery, the Jamestown Model from here on. Thats why the place was later scraped to build 495, they were destroying the evidence of a fake, not of an ancient culture. This is why the first places targeted in invasions and war time are the museums. People mourn the destruction of mankinds earliest civilizations but in reality those artifacts are targeted bc they are fakes.

In the mid-1990s, developers hovered over Den Rock Park. The Andover town about developing 40 homes, a shopping mall and a golf course. The pressure to yield to progress proved too much to overcome. In relative short order, up went the Apartment complex towering over Route 114, Boston Market, a vitamin shop and a drycleaner. As does yet another apartment complex. Completing the loop around the park are two dozen luxury homes. The housing development proceeded much as proposed. The golf course did not. Maybe it was never intended to, like you overbid on purpose so you can haggle down to what you really want. Golf courses are a Modus Operandi of the C.C.C. There are a few starfort locations that are now parking lots… One by Pittsburg is a Colonial Dames job is now a parking lot for Boston Market. Gotcha, Of course it would be Boston Market, it’s Boston for fux sake

For the future, the Merrimack River Watershed Council gained ownership in 1999. The MRWC sold Den Rock to Greenbelt Essex County’s Land Trust which are now responsible for the stewardship. They change names like this all the time just to confuse researchers.

As for the evidence concerning pre-contact Native American sites you might be disappointed if you want to believe in Colonial History. The evidence consists of a few pottery shards and glass beads, some flint knaps and a metal flintlock firearm piece. Again here we see they only find evidence that something was here, not who they were or what they did, that area is purposely left open for endless debate. As long as you’re not debating the existance of people you can say they were doing whatever you want, the more outrageous and varied the better. All the history is presented in this manner and it is all on purpose.

The metal piece is called a cock buffer and is recognizable in part bc of the ones found in Jamestown, the piece was most common in the King Philips War, says so right here in the Massachusetts Archeological Society journal where you can read the full report. My fav part if the list of trustee names on the front inside cover, names like Hoffman let you know the caliber of people you are dealing with.

Civilian Conservation Corps

Company 808, worked on Rocky Mountain National Park. Note most of the bottom row has their hands covered up and the center figure is doing the hand-pyramid sign. Maybe this seems thin to some of the new readers but its not, its all you need and only confirms what we already knew.

The Corps was responsible for the creation of the State Parks. Under the disguise of reforestation and erosion control they could manipulate the landscape however they wanted. Erosion Control is a code word, a little smart-assy wordplay.

The CCC was created on March 31, (333, CCC is a 333 mark too) 1933 by the Emergency Conservation Work Act and put into action by President Roosevelt with Executive Order No. 6101 (666) on April 5, 1933. The speed with which the plan moved through proposal, authorization, implementation and operation was a miracle of cooperation among all branches and agencies of the federal government.  It was a mobilization of men, material and transportation on a scale never before known in time of peace.  FDR proposed to recruit thousands of unemployed young men, enroll them in a peacetime army, and send them into battle against destruction and erosion of our natural resources.  Before the CCC supposedly ended, over three million young men engaged in a massive salvage operation described as  the most popular experiment of the New Deal.

The CCC was designed to put jobless young men to work on public land projects, including “the prevention of forest fires…plant pest and disease control, the construction, maintenance and repair of paths, trails and fire-lanes in the national parks and national forests and such other work…as the President may determine to be desirable”.  In what is described by as the “largest peacetime mobilization in U.S. history,” 275,000 young men between the ages of 18 and 25 enrolled in the CCC during the first three months of the program. Many of these men had been roaming the country in a desperate search for jobs.  The enrollees were supervised by Army Reserve Officers, “often themselves unemployed” .

The CCC was primarily geared towards the employment of young men in America’s forests and parks.  The CCC ‘boys’, as they were called, received training, education, shelter, health care, food, and a monthly pay of $30 – $25 of which was required to be sent home to support their families.  More than 3,000,000 men were enrolled in the CCC between 1933 and 1942 [5].  This enrollment included jobless World War I veterans and the employment of Indians on reservation land.  CCC boys sometimes worked alongside WPA workers, as can be seen at Prince William Forest Park in Virginia and Catoctin Mountain Park in Maryland. *Catoctin Park is part of the C&O Canal region and Starfort Ft Frederick false history by CCC

The National Park Service describes, in part, what was achieved by the CCC program: “Nationwide, the CCC operated 4,500 camps in national parks and forests, as well as state and community parks, planting three billion trees, protecting 20 million acres from soil erosion, and aiding in the establishment of 800 state parks.  The CCC advanced natural resource conservation in this country by decades…”.

Other accomplishments of the CCC included the restoration of 4,000 historic structures, the construction of 3,100 fire lookout towers, the building of 1,500 cabins, the installation of 5,000 miles of water lines, the creation of 4,600 fish rearing ponds, the improvement of 3,400 beaches, and 6.5 million man-days devoted to firefighting.

Robert Fechner was the director of the CCC program from 1933 until his death in 1939.  James J. McEntee was the second director and led the CCC until its end in 1942.  Though the CCC was never formally terminated, Congress had, by June 30, 1942, ended the program’s funding and set aside money for its liquidation.  During its nine-year lifespan the CCC had invested $3 billion in America’s young men and the forests and parks they worked in. Robert Fechner as director and established an Advisory Council.  Representatives of the Secretaries of War, Labor, Agriculture and Interior served on the Council for the duration of the program. (it never ended)

The only noted pushback came from Union officials concerned about the military’s role in the labor force but Fechner was a Union leader. There is no distinction in the inner circles

 The Army mobilized the nation’s transportation system, and moved thousands of enrollees from induction centers to working camps.  It used regular and reserve officers, together with regulars of the Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy to temporarily command companies. The enrollees improved millions of acres of federal, state and some private land.  New roads were built, telephone lines strung and the first of millions of trees were planted.  Glowing reports of the accomplishments of the Corps were printed in major newspapers, including some that had bitterly opposed other phases of the New Deal.  (nothing is ever printed in major outlets unless it is their own works)

 Late in 1933, Clarence S. Marsh was appointed the first Director of Education based on a number of recommendations.  Education was a volunteer activity undertaken during non-working hours.  The benefits received from the education program were directly related to the amount of effort whether it be a high school diploma, learning to type, or wood carving. The Marsh family have a few articles on my site if you check the tags; they ran the Tewksbury Almshouse and held combine-reaper patents.

Today CCC survives as a string of Job Corp and Youth Conservation Centers.

Many of the CCC projects that later had major historical value were discovered during “road construction”

According to 808 Company mason Frank Beaver, soil and rock was removed from the front of Antelope Springs to reveal the fresh water spring emerging from the solid rock formation below. Enrollee Earl Pollard commented that, “The construction supervisor said that all landscaping was ‘nature faking.’ The shoulders had been graded and they wanted to make it grow back natural.” Enrollee Truman Cobb commented that he “took care of those slopes. They put us to doin’ somthin’ that would last, and make something beautiful. You go today, where they’re building highways and it’s just an old barren cut there and nothin’ pretty about it. But we sloped those things, leaving the boulders, leaving the outcroppings that would be picturesque…. We might work half a day around one boulder… kinda like an artist”. This paragraph is so full of underlying meaning I can only suggest if you dont understand who these people are and what they are talking about you should just do a little catching up.

[Note to self, CCC’s role in completing the Appalachian Trail in Maine, the AT is an ancient footpath, similar to the Silk Road, as if there was ever such a thing.]

Ft Frederick

The CCC was also called the Tree Army for the number of trees they planted, this is the ancient artifact starfort renamed Ft Frederick. This image highlights how the cover of “Reforestation” and “Erosion Control” can be used to modify existing structures to fit whatever the narrative calls for… or completely erase any evidence that something was ever there.

The CCC museum is located in Ft Frederick State Park in Maryland. The site is the location of an old Starfort they slapped a fake history on.

Textbooks say the fort has the distinction of being the only stone fortress built by a colony in the New World. Dating back to the French and Indian War in 1754, it also served a role in the American Revolution as a POW camp and in the Civil War was used to protect the C&O Canal and B&O Railroad.

What is the sigil on number 13? No background or context other than the obvious

Speaking of reforestation… In a spat of synchronicity I came across this at the same time in an unrelated thread (they’re all related) German archaeologists covered a hill in the 1800’s bc they were hiding something. The site of the Olympics was modified ruins and given a fake history, the Tree Army strikes again.

Red Rock State Park

The list of sites built or modified by the Corps is saidto be 800. Thats a bunch of bullshit but the real number is pretty high I’m sure. Anything done to the interior before WW2. Moves were made in the build up to the binding-contract creation of the Citizen Conservation Corps.

The site was first noticed by land-surveyors for the mining, oil, and railroad companies. Potential oil sites were discarded. the site was fought in court over by the Bear Creek Developers are the State, the State pulled rank. At least they pretended to, they knew free labor was coming so, theres that.

Red Rock Amphitheater

The State of Colorado showed no interest in Red Rock during the formative years of the locations existence. It was passed around by the same New England families that had branched out west for a few decades, some development but nothing major.

  1. It was out in the middle of nowhere and how the hell could you access it?
  2. It cost of land development and the amount of labor necessary was unfeasible for such a task

A few years before the CCC was born, Colorado swooped in with the Eminent Domain card and declared they were taking possession of the property. Not only that but first they had to condemn the property that nobody wanted anything to do with all along

Dinosaur Park

Dinosaurs. Jeez. The fun never ends. Thing about about dinos is I live on the fossil cliffs region of the Chesapeake Bay, I’ve been shark tooth and fossil hunting all my life. They fall out of the cliffs and wash up along the beach, or you can just dig them out of the cliffs yourself where they are found in a layer about 18 inches thick and chest-high off the ground. There are a wide range of animals too, not just of one kind but many kinds… I mean there are full aquatic predators like the popular Megladon but also there are croc/gator, whale plate, porpoise and equestrian/bovine (horse) teeth found right next to each other. The guy at the antique store has a big ass tooth thats not for sale that was identified by the Smithsonian as rhino, too bad they are fucking liars, huh. If you didn’t have the cross section from the cliff and had to dig down its about 15-20 ft below the surface. Its not uncommon for someone to find a fossil bed while digging a house foundation. My point is something happened, something was here. All those teeth i been collecting weren’t spread out during the night by some 1%er freemasons.

That being said, dinosaurs are fake as fuck. they plug all the branches of science that are fake as fuck so they all hold each other up. Its an illusion broski dont fall for it. Once you take one down they all fall together. You dont get to pick and chose, like this is real and that is real but this is fake, doesn’t work like that; they’re all bullshit. Science has been compartmentalized into so many fractals to make it appear like all these different branches all support each other. Well thats the point, they do appear to support each other bc they are all lying. Dinosaurs were invented for many layers. Hey did you know the first dinos were displayed at the World Fair. Yep, they’re a World Fair Project, which is all about inserting a false narrative to keep the orphan/immigrant class enslaved.

Thats not all I got, though its enough, for example the dino hall at the natural history museum dont even try to hide the fact that there are no genuine specimens on display, theres a 6″ plaque on one of the columns that admits all the fossils are replicas. This is at the big one in D.C. too. You remember that line in Jurassic Park where the one guy says to the couple, ” So you two dig up dinosaurs?”, and then the two start mumbling and dont even think they answer. Its an inside joke. The Inheritors know our reality is completely scripted and they rub it in all the time. Dinosaurs, aliens, Abe Lincoln… None of those bitches are real.

Anyone wanting to know about the dinosaur takeover should read up on the ‘Bone War’, which was a fake competition between a Philly Quaker and a Yale professor that produced most the collections held in prestigious institutions today. Philly even was the adviser to the World Fair held in 1876. The party included members of the American Association for Advancement of Science. It was a total and complete mindfuck.

Some of the earliest fossils from the bone war came from the same formation of the Dino Ridge tourist trap around the time 1870’s

So I’m getting distracted. Maybe I’m totally wrong and dinos are real, lets look at Red Rock Dino Ridge and find out. I want to remind everyone that the CCC came through and gave the place a makeover in the 30’s.

I’ve noticed every site Ive looked at so far has had a modern group associated as the “Friends of…”; Friends of Red Rock, Friends of Ft Frederick, Friends of Den Rock, and now Friends of Dino Ridge. Hmmm, nothing shady going on there.

Heres your first give-away, not just who found it but they found it after the project was complete, they had to finish the road so the tourists could come. The CCC built the network of national and state parks but a side note to that is all the tourist trap roadside attractions. That was what Dino Ridge is part of, the roadside tourist trap. That’s why the car club wanted to develop the amphitheater just so people would buy a car to drive there.

Thats why there was an unprecedented level of cooperation and speed that pushed the Corps through in such a short time. They knew an unlimited supply of slave labor was about to come through so they pirated the land with Eminent Domain bc everyone knew the potential value of the spot if it was eveloped, they could entice people to drive out and spend money doing so. The Corps was an economical solutuion to a broken country, it was called the Great Depression bc thats what they made it. thats why the record spped and full cooperation between conflict interests, and the education? Hell we’ll worry about that later, theyre only getting paid 30 bucks a month and 25 goes back home to their families. Its slave labor. not only were these kids making accesible the most inhospitable terrian for tourism money but they could create novelty sites to help encourage consumers, since theyre already going to be making the sites, might as well make them prop up fake science and history.

The Dino Ridge is an amusement novelty only sold as real science and history. Lets just take a look at the pics of their so-called dinosaurs on Tripadvisor.

  1. this is the main event, a field of tracks. Nobody ever said what makes them black.
This round ends right here, they admit the site was discovered in 37 doing roadwork, this was our boys at the CCC doing slave labor on pirated State property, I mean ‘cutting public access roads for parks’, sounds so much better. These would be the “…Rocks we worked all day on like artists.” spoke of by the 808 initiate above. Not only that but someone find out who the ‘Friends’ are and what happened with the 2007 stabilization project, with the help of the lottery (lol, good one)

I won’t go too far into detail for times sake, I think my readers will be smart enough to figure out why I included some pics. For now I just want to comment on the Brontosaurus Bulge, the dumbass explanation for these rock formations they give is just the kind of parlor trick illusions that the whole show is based on. You’ll have to read the plaque for yourself, I thought it was fitting that the specific name was chosen, even though the dino had been ruled a fake in normie science circles. I thought maybe they thought it was just such a catchy little jingle they decided to keep it. Then I found out the discoverer was a Marsh and the Bronto was actually discovered in this land formation, The Morrison Formation. (Morris/Morrison is an old military aristocrat family like Marsh) Brontosaurus was one of the very first dinos ever and the media has used it for 150 years to sell papers and hold up the fake history and science.

First it was heiled for its discovery, then the debate about classification kept it in the papers, which is about the common collective. Later it was removed and declared a fake, much to the tears of little kids everywhere, now it is being reclassified and brought back into the fold of Normie Science. The trick the whole time has been to keep it in the general conversation which has done effectively and appears will continue to do so for a long time to come.

This is the same tactic they are using with pluto, did you ever think about that. Pluto aint fucking real either but they use wordspells, by throwing one under the bus as ‘fake’ the others are reaffirmed as real. The fake part is only about classification, a technicality, not fake as in its all a bunch of bullshit.

This is an excerpt from my Moundbuilder Indians essay. The full article is here

Here is a link for U of Tennessee photo archives of archeological digs involving the WPA/CCC in the South. All the good images of the supposed burials are access denied unless you are a student. If you or anyone you know can get access to these plase drop me a line

Cahokia “Monks Mound”, 1892

Cohokia is the largest archeologic site north of Mexico with an earthen mound temple pyramid thats the biggest in the America’s.

 Henry Brackenridge (Breckenridge line) visited the site and published the first detailed description of the largest mound. He named it Monks Mound. In 1831 T. Amos Hill bought the plot including the Mound. He built a house on the upper terrace, and sank a well. This work revealed various archaeological remains, including human bones

The Hopewell culture flourished in Ohio and other parts of eastern North America during the Middle Woodland Period, possibly as early as 100 B.C. We do not know what these people might have called themselves. The name we use comes from Mordecai Hopewell, a Chillicothe landowner on whose property mounds were excavated in the 1800s. The site exemplified all the significant features of the culture, so it became the “type site” and its name was applied to the entire culture.

This Olde World artifact is the Monastery, Home of the Trappist Monks Near Dubuque, IA. This is the real relic from pre-history, not that bullshit box of bones in the dirt. Humans are capable of so much more. I like the windmill up top. You wont find that often.

Harrington’s bio reads much like all the other people; attended priemere universities, worked under famous World Fair instructors, directed over the CCC. Many of the sites he excavated I covered in the Westward Expansion essay.

One thing I see in his Ministry of Truth bio that merits further investigation is a paragraph about him leading a peyote ceremony at a friend house in Greenwich Village to a group of anarchists. G.V. was the home of many affluent social reformers and art aficionados and mention of the place is a mark. Also that it was specifically the Hapgoods is significant. Trust me, those ppl claim theyre anarchists but they only work to further the status quo. They are journalists for the NY and LA Times and have degrees at Harvard and U of Chicago…. And they live in an art colony. All of Greenwich Village is an urban art commune.

According to the Ministry of Truth, notable guests included Margret Sanger and Big Bill Haywood

Some of his ‘discoveries’ are below

Stone Box Burial
“Cherokee skeleton with three nested pottery vessels, Bussell’s Island, Lenoir City, Tennessee.”
“Round Grave” Burial

16-451 Taylor Mound (Dr. Taylor’s Farm) Site 12AN16, Anderson County, Tennessee. This was in the Tenn Valley Archives at U of Knoxville. All the burial images are locked behind gatekeeper walls, this one slipped through. It looks like the picture was purposefully low-quality; too much light blocks any details and a shady spot is covering the head.

The Great Mortuary, aka Craig Mound, aka The Spiro Mound, is the second-largest mound on the Spiro site and the only burial mound.

A cavity created within the mound allowed for almost perfect preservation of fragile artifacts made of wood, conch shell, and copper. The conditions in this hollow space were so favorable that objects made of perishable materials such as basketry, woven fabric, lace, fur, and feathers were preserved inside it.

Such objects have traditionally been created by women in historic tribes. Also found inside were several examples of Mississippian stone statuary made from Missouri flint clay and Mill Creek chert bifaces, all thought to have originally come from the Cahokia site in Illinois.

‘Hidden Hand’ symbolism and a windmill swazzie. The Ministry of Truth says the center is a spider but looks like an ant to me, possible shout out to Sumerian Anunnaki mythos of the Ant People, which has a strong connection to the American South West Indians
Cross and circle, standard imagery. Twins are a powerful symbol, these are the Hero Twins of the Aztec pantheon, more borrowing script from other cultures. One eye symbolism and the mirror “As Above, So Below” poses with the “Capt Morgan” knee. The raccoon is a masked character, the bandit, trickster.

Spiro Mounds artifacts are owned by the University of Tulsa and held by the Thomas Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The shell carving on the left is a mystery with no explanation offered, The icon on the right is the Buddhist Dharmachakra. each with similar features, most notably is the three arm spiral. Religious imagery is reused all the time, no matter if the two cultures are separated by a thousand years and thousand miles. The thing that gets me is when they play stupid and pretend like theres no connection.

Here’s another
This is much more obvious as the Eye of Horus, central spiral is mind-control symbolism. Opposite is One Eye on copper plate.
Knew it wouldn’t be long. Only ‘two-headed avian’ plate found to date.
Taken from a zoomed in image on the background of a museum wall. At least they dont try to hide it. They admit in their own way they are all fake. There is one of these in the Smithsonian dino hall as well.

The Winged Lion representation in the Mound-Builder culture. A tourist destination on the Mississippi River near Alton, IL. It is an attempt to combine multiple threads from different cultures, one specifically sticks out is the Underwater Panther, anti-Thunderbird (Phoenix)

The cliff is the location where the State Penitentiary would be built with the quarry dug by convict labor.

Marker for Marquette is Chicago

First references go back to the first Jesuit explorer, Marquette (Marx) in 1678 in his journal gives a description but no sketch. His journal is a forgery. The Jesuits are used to establish a thread in the narrative that the missionaries were the first people into an area, that way no matter at what point during the repopulation you are in the Jesuit missions have already been there. The early history of the J-squad is all bullshit.

Furthermore there is a detailed yet vague description in the Jesuit travelogue that does not match todays rendering… No mention of the wings.

Richard Babcock 1934 mural at the Chicago Public Library, funded by  Federal Arts Project (FAP) (World Fair Murals), Works Progress Administration (WPA) (Civilian Conservation Corps), Arts ProgramsWork Relief Programs (New Deal fuckery). The man in black would be Saturn/Lucifer.
Obelisk featured at the supposed Jesuit grave site in Michigan

Fast forward to 1836, a Greek and Latin professor, John Russel, at Shurtleff College published a story about an old Indian tradition of the Piasa Bird that lived in the cliffs and the name stems from the local stream. All imagery comes after John Russel.

Interesting to see the Ministry of Truth comments about the creek: “The original Piasa Creek ran through the main ravine in downtown Alton, and was completely covered by huge drainage pipes around 1912.” This is the filling in of the old canal grid.

Russel published his blood-thirsty account in the Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, a fire-and-brimstone religious rag, a psychological operation.

An Alton Evening Telegraph newspaper article of May 27, 1921, P. 1, Col. 5 stated that seven smaller painted images, carved and painted in rocks, believed to be of archaic American Indian origin, were found in the early 20th century about 1.5 miles upriver from the ancient Piasa creature’s location. These pictures were authenticated in the Levis Bluffs area by George Dickson and William Turk in 1905.

These paintings were photographed by Professor William McAdams and were to be placed in his book Records of Ancient Races in the Mississippi Valley. These seven paintings were lost in transit to the Missouri Historical Society c. 1922. Other Native American carved petroglyphs of a similar time period and region as the Piasa monster are carved into the rocks at Washington State Park in Missouri about 60 miles southwest of the current Piasa image.

McAdams, the author says he contacted John Russell, who admitted the story was fabricated.

Washington State Park petroglyphs, Normies claim the spiral is a coiled rattlesnake. Spirals are a magick sigil for mind control.

Field Museum Archaeological Expedition

Chicago is a Spook central command, the Field museum (no pun intended) was beget of the World Fair in 1893. The World Fair connection is significant bc this is where all the fake relics are put on display and inserted into the common collective history… Its where His-story becomes a fact.

The Field Museum traveled to locations all over the world collecting items for exhibits. The first Prez was an E.E. Ayer, a hidden hand bloodline peppered all around this website. The EE is a 33 number drop, the ‘A’ makes it a trip three drop.

Great big stone structure, isolated in the middle of a muddy plane. Always a guy playing pocket pool somewhere. The building is the Palace of Fine Arts from the Columbian World Expo. I havent yet found out how it got there.
This is the page begging for donations, the monarch butterfly is a symbol for mind control.

Mathias Angel (1819–1899) was among these settlers. In 1852 he began purchasing farmland that also included the archaeological site. The Angel Mounds Historic Site is named after the Angel family and their descendants.

In May 1931, Warren K. Moorehead, a nationally known archaeologist from Ohio State University and the Peabody Foundation; Eli Lilly, who became president of Eli Lilly and Company in 1932 and served as the president of the Indiana Historical Society from 1932 to 1947; and Glenn A. Black and E. Y. Guernsey, Society employees and archaeologists, visited the Angel site as part of a tour to assess Indiana’s archaeological sites. Black, who served as the Society’s director of archaeology and from 1939 to 1964 supervised excavation and field schools.  The mounds were in danger of being destroyed due to construction of a planned levee and real estate development. Eli Lilly in his role as a philanthropist interested in Indiana’s prehistory, provided the funds for the purchase

Initial efforts in 1938–39 focused on surveying and clearing the main archaeological site and an outlying camp. From 1939 to 1942, as a project financed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, the Works Projects Administration employed more than 250 workers of the Civilian Conservation Corps under the direction of Indiana archaeologist Glenn A. Black to excavate 120,000 square feet (11,000 m2) of the site. These efforts resulted in the recording and processing of 2.3 million archaeological items. Excavation was temporarily halted during World War II, but resumed in 1945 as part of the Indiana University Archaeology Field School during the summer months.

In 1946, the Indiana Historical Society transferred ownership of the property to the State of Indiana, but retained the rights to excavate the site. Black remained on the property as its caretaker. Between 1958 and 1962, two National Science Foundation grants provided financial support to assess geophysical applications at the site, including use of a proton magnetometer to trace segments of the site’s palisade (stockade) walls that were not visible from the surface. This project, which extended the work begun by the University of Oxford’s Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, was one of the “first comprehensive tests in the Americas” to assess the instrument’s potential on a New World site.

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