|After reading the following pages on this Amazing Race
of Mound Builders- your life and perception of the past will
never be the same!
|In Search of Ancient Copper
Culture and Mound Builders
with Brad and Mary Sutherland
Here are some more informative
Sites that we have created in our
search for lost and hidden
information of our ancient past.
Rock Lake 2
Rock Lake 4 Canary Island
Rock Lake 5
Rock Lake Native American Lore
Rock Lake Pyramids Skulls and
Lake Monsters of Rock Lake
|Butte Des Morts -Hill of the Dead
"Oh, Wisconsin. Beneath your feet is an ocean of
"They (railroad crews) knocked the top off of the small
hill called Butte Des Morts. It was full of skeletons.
Tracks were laid across the cut and The combined
bones and rock became the track bed." - a diary
description of the 19th century decapitation of a
section of "the hill of the dead"(Butte Des Morts) on the
shore of Little Lake Butte Des Morts in Neenah.
The hill is reputed to hold the piled up corpses of Fox
Indians killed during a battle against the French and
their Indian Allies in the Fox/French Wars. More likely,
the hill had been part of a long standing burial ground
and contained the bones of the ancient mound builders.
Mounds are everywhere, their remains may be
beneath your feet right as you read this. In the mid to
late 19th century countless mounds were plowed over
by farmers. Road crews crushed bones into aggregate
for road and railroad beds. It's safe to say that all of
Wisconsin's primary roads contain shattered bits of
the bones of the ancient dead.
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|Brad and Mary Sutherland On the Road Documenting the
Opportunities to discover more about these mounds and their
builders disappear daily as erosion, farming, urban
development, and looting continue to degrade these sites.
Untold numbers of the old monuments have already been lost
and secrets of our nation's past have vanished with them. The
mounds that remain stand as a testament to the vitality,
diversity, and creativity of their makers, who developed the
complex societies of ancient past.
Please leave a donation to help with our expenses on the road
in an effort to save lost and hidden informationn about our past.
|From Michigan to the Gulf of Mexico, we
find evidence of Copper trade and the
building of mounds and temple . Photo
above is a sign in Michigan showing the
Path of the Mound Builders and Copper
Miners. US 41 starts its southbound
journey here, Distance of 1990 Miles.
Photo Mary/Brad Sutherland
Dog - Max the Explorer ,Bigfoot Hound and
|The Ancient Mound Builders love carving codes and symbols in the rocks, realizing stone lasts forever and who ever could break the code or
understand their symbols, lost knowledge could be shared again with the seekers of ancient truths.
Symbols are found in the sacred site areas where they would study the precessions of the stars and planets, carve rock guardians as a message
to others coming through that this area was protected and being used...
The Elders and High Priests were very much into 'magic' which was used in the ceremonial grounds and had a great regard for the four
elements, earth, wind, fire and water.
We found this carved stone in Michigan which is a code that I will explain in a later page and leave a link here for you to follow up. Following
shows that this same symbol is replicated as the precession we have named 'code' For thousands of years, people have walked by this stone
having no idea that the symbol was not only carved in this stone, but no idea what it represented...until Brad and I found it of course.
|Poverty Point World Trading Center
|Mound Builders Cities - This one is
supposed to resemble what the city would
have looked like in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
|Glass Mounds of Mississippi...Near
|Emeraki Mound with Structure on this
stepped-flat top mound.
Life of the Mound Builders Mary Sutherland
|Ancient Mounds located in Galesville, Wisconsin, near
LaCrosse Wisconsin. This has been reported to be one
of the lost Garden of Edens . The Mississippi River runs
close by. Burial sites of Giant Skeletons have been
uncovered in this area. Wisconsin Mounds Info
|This ancient mounds at the foot of the little town of Gays
Mills Wisconsin looks very similar to the one we found in
Galesville. Along this mound runs the Kickapoo River.
|Mounds and caves run all alongside these river
Mississippi - Kickapoo- Wisconsin
GIANTS AND ANCIENT MAN FOUND IN
|This entire area was once home to the
mound builders with rivers running into the
Mississippi River where good could be
transported all the way down to the Gulf of
Mysteries of the Caves along the Wisconsin
River – Boaz - Gotham – Muscoda – Aztalan
|The Old Copper Culture Berbers employed
red ochre in their burial rites. We found this
petrified finger coated in red ochre in the
Burlington Wisconsin area.
Brad and Mary Sutherland
|Burlington Wisconsin Mounds is the same as all
running from Michigan to Louisiana
|Here is another comparison of the mound builders of the South and the North , the first taken is a ‘Toltec Mound’ outside of St. Louis Missouri and the
second mound was taken in Aztalan Wisconsin. Mound Photos by Mary Sutherland. The third photo is an artist depiction of what these developments
would have looked like. While they are the same people, different areas have given them different names. In the St. Louis Area they were known as the
Toltec while in the Wisconsin area they were known as the Aztatecas, the precursors of the Aztec
|This beautiful vase was found at Poverty Point, showing
them to be people of the Cat (Osiris tradition) depicting
|This is another image of what ancient mound builder life was with the Holy Mound as the
center point for religious matters
|We found these ancient copper trade ingots at the Ontonagan
|These Copper piece and ancient tools we found in
|Next to Aztalan Mounds you will find a unique museum
housing the many artifacts dug up from the mounds.
This is a large size ax head.
|Not everything goes to a museum. Artifact hunters have 'forbidden archaeological clubs-members only'
that come together secretly several times a year to show off their finds. We were lucky enough to get
inside and take some photos of these great pieces. This was provided by a Wisconsin Group