Build It, They Will Come…Part 2
Build it They Will Come…
Although historians would have you believe these structures are made for certain purposes, I think they are made out of fear. Fear of these beings which came and scared them so badly they worshiped them out of fear for their own lives, and secondly because they felt if they built them it could in some fashion save them from death. When you begin reading this research, you will begin to note a stream of parallels…death and fear.
Artificial mounds have been created for a variety of reasons throughout history, including ceremonial (platform mound), burial (tumulus), and commemorative purposes. In European and Asian archaeology, the word “tumulus” may be used as a synonym for an artificial hill, particularly if the hill is related to particular burial customs.
While the term “mound” may be applied to historic constructions, most mounds in the United States are pre-Columbian earthworks, built by Native American peoples. Native Americans built a variety of mounds, including flat-topped pyramids or cones known as platform mounds, rounded cones, and ridge or loaf-shaped mounds. Some mounds took on unusual shapes, such as the outline of cosmologically significant animals. These are known as effigy mounds. Some mounds, such as a few in Wisconsin, have rock formations, or petroforms within them, on them, or near them.
The Hopewell culture used mounds as markers of complex astronomical alignments related to ceremonies.
They can be located all across the world in spots such as Asia, Europe and the Americas. “Mound builders” have more commonly been associated with the mounds in the Americas. They all have different meanings and sometimes are constructed as animals and can be clearly seen from aerial views.
There are ‘mound types’.
Megalithic remains, which occur in a great variety of forms: cairns (kerkour), dolmens and circles like Stonehenge, underground cells excavated in rock, barrows topped with huge slabs, and step pyramid-like mounds.
But, what in the world would we need these types of structures for?
In the mythology of ancient Greece, cairns were associated with Hermes, the god of overland travel. According to one legend, Hermes was put on trial by Hera for slaying her favorite servant, the monster Argus. All of the other gods acted as a jury, and as a way of declaring their verdict they were given pebbles, and told to throw them at whichever person they deemed to be in the right, Hermes or Hera. Hermes argued so skillfully that he ended up buried under a heap of pebbles, and this was the first cairn. In Croatia, in areas of ancient Dalmatia, such as Herzegovina and the Krajina, they are known as gromila.
In Portugal a cairn is called moledro. In a legend the stones, moledros, are enchanted soldiers, and if one stone is taken from the pile and put under a pillow in the morning a soldier will appear for a brief moment, then will change back to a stone and magically return to the pile. The cairns that mark the place where someone died or cover the graves alongside the roads where in the past people were buried are called Fiéis de Deus. The same name given to the stones was given the dead whose identity was unknown. The Fieis de Deus or Fes de Deus are in the Galician legends, spirits of the night. The word “Fes” or “Fieis” is thought to mean fairy, the same root as fate (Fado) that can take the same meaning as proto-Celtic bato- meaning death.
Starting in the Bronze Age, burial cists were sometimes interred into cairns, which would be situated in conspicuous positions, often on the skyline above the village of the deceased. The stones may have been thought to deter grave robbers and scavengers. A more sinister explanation is that they were to stop the dead from rising. A revenant is a visible ghost or animated corpse that was believed to return from the grave to terrorize the living. The word “revenant” is derived from the Latin word, reveniens, “returning” (see also the related French verb “revenir”, meaning “to come back”). Revenants share a number of characteristics with folkloric vampires, and modern zombies, if you will.
Although the practice is not common in English, cairns are sometimes referred to by their anthropomorphic qualities. Anthropomorphism, or personification, is attribution of human form or other characteristics to anything other than a human being. Examples include depicting deities with human form, creating fictional non-human animal characters with human physical traits, and ascribing human emotions or motives to forces of nature, such as hurricanes or tropical cyclones. A more recent example is The Sorcerer, an enigmatic cave painting from the Trois-Frères Cave, Ariège, France: the figure’s significance is unknown, but it is usually interpreted as some kind of great spirit or master of the animals. In either case there is an element of anthropomorphism. The figure’s significance is unknown, but it is usually interpreted as some kind of great spirit or master of the animals. Interestingly, a concept of a Horned God.
Another type is a “Bell Barrow”
In the United Kingdom they take the form of a circular mound or mounds within a circular ditch, the mounds being separated from the ditch and each other by a berm.
The Devil’s Humps (also known as the Kings’ Graves) are four Bronze Age barrows situated on Bow Hill on the South Downs near Stoughton, West Sussex.
The Devil’s Humps are linked to a body of folklore encompassing Kingley Vale on the southern approach to Bow Hill. This folklore records how the men of Chichester defeated a Viking war party in the Vale, and the Viking leaders were buried in the Devil’s Humps, giving them their alternative name of the Kings’ Graves, while many of the Viking dead lie where they fell, under the yew trees on the slopes of the hill. Their ghosts are said to haunt the yew groves, and the trees themselves are said to come alive and move at night.
The Devil’s Jumps are a group of five large bell barrows situated on the South Downs. According to the story, the god Thor used to sit on Treyford Hill. One day the Devil saw the five barrows and started to jump from one to the next in order to amuse himself. This enraged Thor, who threw a stone at the Devil, causing him to flee.
A platform mound is any earthwork or mound intended to support a structure or activity. The indigenous peoples of North America built substructure mounds for well over a thousand years. These platform mounds are usually four-sided truncated pyramids, steeply sided, with steps built of wooden logs ascending one side of the earthworks.
American Indians have a history of making mounds and designs in the land of various shapes and sizes. The Choctaw legends reveal that after their people crossed the Mississippi River, they met with a powerful race of cannibal giants…giants who were 15 foot tall! These legends reveal these giants didn’t believe in a Great Spirit…this was the name for GOD/Creator. The Sioux also tell stories about giants who were three times the size of man.
The activities surrounding these structures? Microcosmic rituals based around a “native earth” in which mounds layout and replicate cosmology.
The Mesoamericans were well known for pyramid structures. They were usually step pyramids with temples on top, more akin to the ziggurats. The types of rituals were known to feature human sacrifices. Many of these pyramids were constructed a platform upon which a smaller dedicatory building was construted, associated with a particular Maya deity.
Kulkulcan-winged god…feathered serpent. Kukulcan was identified to Atlantis [Tehuti] — Egypt [Thoth] — Sumer [Ea or Enki] — then later to Mesoamerica and Peru as Quetzalcoatl, who is said to ‘return’. Legends all seem to agree that Quetzalcoatl was tall and light-skinned, with blonde hair, blue eyes, and a beard. His name translates to “plumed serpent”.
The Incas described these “white gods” as wise, peaceful instructors who had originally come from the north in the “morning of time” and taught the Incas’ primitive forefathers architecture as well as manners and customs. They were unlike other Native Americans in that they had “white skins and long beards” and were taller than the Incas.
Why were the Maya presented with advanced information on science, mathematics and calendar systems? Why did Kukulkan promise his return and when will that be?
Accordingly, one of the stars in the Pleiades is called, “Maia”. Is it possible that Quetzalcoatl and Kukulkan are (or were) extraterrestrials from Maia in the Pleiades?
Hundreds of North and South American Indian and South Pacific legends tell of a white-skinned, bearded lord who traveled among the many tribes to bring peace about 2,000 years ago.
Mound/pyramid that glowed! It supposedly had a silver lining…that covered the entire shape. It has six (6) levels. It appears to be the same shape as Atlantis was in its day. Crop circles seem to appear near it, and most of these structures covered in this series. And it seems the overall shape of these of these monuments can only be visually seen from above…from the skies. And obviously these cultures had very little technology which could help them attain such heights, so why build them?
Are the designers giving encoded message? Some have even speculated that many of these designs are specs for advanced technology. Free energy? Aircraft designs?
Build it They Will Come…
The (g)ods are returning…
Tom Horn & Cris Putnam on Hagmann & Hagmann Report Podcast [link]
So, what we have is an ‘awaiting’ of the return. We are in ‘stagnant’ mode, if you will. Awaiting these entities which the elite have had contact with for hundreds, if not thousands of years. From the crop circles which ‘mysteriously’ appear, to the construction of these monuments, of one kind or another…we have ALTARS of sorts. Altars built to honor those who are returning.