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Adena Hopewell stuff, Serpent Mound LIDAR
« on: April 23, 2017, 09:24:11 PM »

Found this: http://heritage.ky.gov/kas/kyarchynew/Mt.+Horeb.htm after looking up more info on Mt. Horeb today. I am working on some various research. Anyhow after visiting today and thinking about it last night, and the Adena, I was doing some research on the mysterious Serpent Mount Disturbance and found this cool LIDAR page:

https://www.sharelidar.com/datasets/533910bcb564644c1d0932e0#camPosX=289328.682&camPosY=4322491.434&camPosZ=392.302&camTarX=289556.502&camTarY=4322440.350&camTarZ=149.902&useNormals=1&colorBy=elevationIntensity&pointSize=10&rulerFromX=0.00000&rulerFromY=0.00000&rulerFromZ=0.00000&rulerToX=0.00000&rulerToY=0.00000&rulerToZ=0.00000

So, since I'm not into aliens, but that is NOT a serpent, I'm going with the "Great Comet Venus" that was depicted in the world myths worldwide a few thousand years ago.

I find it unique that Mt. Horeb demonstrates a lot of features of anode blistering, and so does Biggs Site.

Does anyone else here get into these cultures?

Also, look what popped up in the Amazon?  Same octagon+circle combo we see in Ohio and probably KY if we look in the right places...

Does anyone know someone who is very familiar with Serpent Mound I'd like to ask about a strange feature on this:

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