Atlantis Found in the Appalachians Mountains
Brad and Mary Sutherland traveled to Kentucky this year in search of the lost mines of Solomon and evidence of Atlantis in North America.
In Kentucky, they  met with J. Scott, a local treasure hunter .
In researching Swifts Lost Silver Mine we came upon valuable artifacts linking Atlantis to North America.
SWIFT'S LOST SILVER MINE CLUES  LEAD US  
TO THE ANCIENT TEMPLES AND INITIATION CAVES OF ATLANTIS

Clues in finding the Lost Swift Silver Mine  are based off
" Buried Treasures of Appalachians" , W.C Jameson  pg 81
Clues noted in Italics
Following the Clues are statements made by Mary Sutherland

Present day Floyd County

"....Late in the evening, Mundy hollered out, "here is the myrtle thicket. I know the way now.
We went down a "flight of Indian Stair steps at the top of the cliff."
....and crossed to the other side."
(These Indian Stair Steps Swift described were not Indian but were in fact,  Stone Steps leading up to an ancient temple - Photo of steps shown below)

























In the photo below you see Mary Sutherland standing on the ancient pathway leading from the Temple of the
Moon to the Temple of the Sun .  Mary is pointing to the Temple of the Sun . This is the pathway Swift took when  'crossing to the other side'.






















We climbed up and went 200 yards on the second ledge and found the opening to the mine.
We located the entrance of the mine Swift spoke of, but the mine was a cave from which they mined the silver.  Although a great find for James Scott, what was greater for Brad
and Mary was realizing that activity regarding  the cave could be dated back much futher than Swift. This cave , Mary believes was the Temple of the Sun's initiation cave used
for the rites of passage. The following photo shows  James Scott and Brad Sutherland investigating the entrance to the cave .
Click Here to View a video clip of previous journey into the cave with J Scott and Dexter
At the entrance of the cave we found ancient markings. Note the are perfectly round holes , indented in such a way where  the finger tip easily fits inside the rounded hole.
Being that the rocks are 'crystaline' based, it seems to me that these holes were used as some sort of 'crystaline' key board for the creation of harmonics or vibrational sound.
These rocks have a crystal base, so maybe the priest would quickly run his fingers over the holes or press fingers into the holes in sequence to produce some harmonic to
open a portal or create some magical event. portal or create some sort of magical event.  Creating harmonics from rocks was practiced during the times of the Atlanteans and
Ancient Kingdoms.
SOLOMON IN NORTH AMERICA
MARY SUTHERLAND
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Atlantis Insula
A fascinating 1690 Amsterdam map of the "New World"  as the mythical Atlantis described by Plato and divided
among the 10 sons of Neptune, who is featured in the elaborate title cartouche. California is shown as a large
island and northwestern North America/Atlantis extends all the way to the land of the Scythians in Asia.
Cartographer   G. Sanson/ Covens & Mortier

SOLOMON IN NORTH AMERICA
MARY SUTHERLAND
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View these slide shows to watch the
virtual  exploration  of Brad and Mary
Sutherland as they go to Kentucky in  
search of  Atlantis
Slide One
Slide Two
Small statue found in area we
excavated. Top of head broken off
Serpent Artifact within 20 mile
area of temple area we were
excavating
IN SEARCH OF ATLANTIS
...A DOCUMENTARY
by Brad and Mary Sutherland
Burlington Research Center
Copyright 2006
In Search of Atlantis and the Lost Mines of Solomon in Kentucky
On the Road with Brad and Mary Sutherland
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Phaistos Disc, seems to be similar to the artifact found in Kentucky. The Phaistos Disc was found in
the palace of Phaistos on Crete and , might have been linked with the Egyptian game of Senet and
Snake Game. H. Peter Aleff argues that the depictions are not a script, but are related to the signs of
the board game. Senet was a popular pastime in ancient Egypt from late pre-dynastic times on and
is well documented because it became an important part of the funerary magic and then evolved
into today's Backgammon. Its pieces simulated the passage of the player through life and, even
more importantly, through death and its perils. On its last field, they were reborn into the eternal
afterlife, just as the Backgammon pieces are still "born" at the end of their pursuit.
The Snake Game appears even earlier in the record, with the oldest surviving copies of any known
board game. It helped at least one king in the Old Kingdom Pyramid Texts to ascend to heaven and
so seems to have represented the same journey, except that its path was not folded, as in Senet,
but coiled into the spiral of a snake's rolled-up body. On one of its sculpted stone boards, the tail of
the snake ended in the head of a goose.
While in Kentucky, Jack Matney gave us this photo of a carved snake
rock formation he located  on the Kentucky/Virginia  Line.
Photo taken by Tim Belcher
Coiled rattlesnake ..head on bottom...coils upwards to the top of the
rock. Upwards indicating towards the heavens or the stars -
Constellation prophecy of rattlesnake
The Serpent Prophecy of the Cherokee - Passed down to them by Serpent Priests of Kentucky

The Rattlesnake Constellation shall appear with the Venus Alignment.
The Stars of the Heavens of the Cherokee Zodiac, the Rings of the Calendar,
and The Venus Alignment tell the story of a Chickamaugan Prophecy.
For they all are aligned in the year 2004 to 2012"

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The bust shown here weighs approximately 80 pounds and is made
of 'black' stone.
Following is taken from the writings of H. P. Blavatsky concerning
the traditions of the Lemurians and later adapted by the
Atlanteans.  Note the material used in the serpent/king bust fits in
perfectly with the ancient traditions.
What does the "ureas" headress (serpent rising above the head)
represent to the ancient egyptian?
Another  strange Serpent formation  was discovered near to the city of
Petra in Jordan
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Bust of Atlantean Serpent Priest  Found in
Appalachians.
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Big Bone Lick, Three Miles
(Marker Number: 32)

County: Boone
Location: Big Bone Lick State Park,
KY 338

Description: Discovered in 1739 by
French Capt. Charles Lemoyne de
Longueil. Early explorers found
countless bones and teeth of extinct
Pleistocene elephants, the mammoth
and the mastodon. This
saline-sulphur spring was popular for
salt making until 1812; also a health
resort from 1815-30. Its waters were
noted for mildly curative qualities.

(Reverse) Big Bone Lick: Robert
Smith, an Indian trader, recognized
the significance of the large bones.
From 1751-80, Big Bone Lick had
many visitors, including Christopher
Gist, John Finley, Mary Ingles, John
Floyd and the McAfee brothers.
Thomas Jefferson sent expedition
headed by William Clark to collect
bones; the next largest collector was
N. S. Shaler. Some tusks measured
8-10 feet long.
Captain John Holder
(Marker Number: 1048)

County: Clark
Location: Athens-Boonesboro Rd.,
Howard's Creek

Description: An outstanding pioneer
at Fort Boonesborough, 1776-81.
Among the rescuers of Callaway and
Boone girls captured by Indians.
Named colonel of militia, 1779.
Engaged in expeditions against
Indians. In 1781 built Holder's Station
and operated boatyard at the mouth
of Howard's Creek. Led in the Battle
of Upper Blue Licks, 1782. Trustee of
Winchester, justice Co. Court.
First Ferry in Kentucky
(Marker Number: 1578)

County: Madison
Location: Approx. 500 ft. N. of Main
Entrance to Ft. Boonesborough State
Park, KY 388

Description: License for first ferry
established in state, Oct. 1779, was
granted to Col. Richard Callaway by
the Virginia legislature. The fare for a
man or a horse was three shillings
(50 cents). Ferry operated until
1931, when the present bridge was
constructed. Its last owner was
Colonel David J. Williams. Ferry road
remains nearby. Presented by
Society of Boonesborough.

(Reverse) Col. Richard Callaway -
Born in Caroline County, Virginia, in
June, 1722, Richard Callaway served
in French and Indian wars and as a
colonel in Revolutionary War. He was
a member of Virginia House of
Burgesses and one of the first
settlers of Boonesborough. In
process of building this ferry,
Callaway was killed by Indians, Mar.
8, 1780, and buried near here.
Presented by Society of
Boonesborough.
Little Mountain Indian Mound
(Marker Number: 2290)

County: Montgomery
Location: Corner of Queen & Locust
Streets, Mt. Sterling

Description: On this site stood the
massive Little Mountain Indian
Mound, from which Mount Sterling
derived its name. Constructed by the
Adena Indian culture about 2000
years ago, the circular mound stood
25 feet in height and 125 feet in
diameter and was located along the
Warrior’s Trace.

(Reverse) It was a prominent
landmark used by William Calk and
Enoch Smith to survey land claims in
1775. James Estill and his men
camped here on March 21, 1782, the
night before the battle of Estill’s
Defeat. In 1845, the city removed the
mound & extraordinary artifacts of
copper, marble, stone, and shell
were recovered during the
excavation.

(Subjects: Indians | Mt. Sterling)
This beautiful stone carved artifact   was found by James Scott's son-in-law Chris near the temple area .  Photo to left shows the Front side .
The bottom photo shows what could be either a cat, panther or possibly a wolf engraved on its backside.
This could be either a totem of the owner or representative of the owners clan.
Photograhed by Mary Sutherland
Cut Stone we were finding at the top of the temple area.