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Stonehenge-like structure found on sonar at the bottom of Lake Michigan!  Researchers looking for shipwrecks at  Lake Michigan found ancient Stonehenge-like structure 40ft beneath the waters surface!  This could be as much as 10,000 yrs. old! Lots of riddles with this one!

Stonehenge-like structure found on sonar at the bottom of Lake Michigan! Researchers looking for shipwrecks at Lake Michigan found ancient Stonehenge-like structure 40ft beneath the waters surface! This could be as much as 10,000 yrs. old! Lots of riddles with this one!

Mastodon carving done on granite is dated to 10,000 years old at 'American Stonehenge', a megalith structure found under waters of Lake Michigan

Mastodon carving done on granite is dated to 10,000 years old at 'American Stonehenge', a megalith structure found under waters of Lake Michigan

I've commented about this little "ghost" on another post. In the other pic she is in a doorway. I've not been able to find a connection to the pics.

I've commented about this little "ghost" on another post. In the other pic she is in a doorway. I've not been able to find a connection to the pics.

Lake Michigan Stonehenge-"at the bottom of Lake Michigan got quite a surprise when they found what appears to be an ancient Stonehenge-like structure 40 feet beneath the surface of the water. Some of the stones are arranged in a circle and one appears to show carvings of a mastodon. The formation could be as much as 10,000 years old, which is coincident with the post-Ice Age presence of both humans and mastodons in the area."

Lake Michigan Stonehenge-"at the bottom of Lake Michigan got quite a surprise when they found what appears to be an ancient Stonehenge-like structure 40 feet beneath the surface of the water. Some of the stones are arranged in a circle and one appears to show carvings of a mastodon. The formation could be as much as 10,000 years old, which is coincident with the post-Ice Age presence of both humans and mastodons in the area."

The Baghdad Battery was discovered in the village of Khuyut Rabbou’a in 1936. Baghdad battery myth was put to the test. Ten Baghdad batteries were made and lemon juice was chosen as the electrolyte to activate the electrochemical reaction between the copper and iron. When all of the batteries were linked together in series, they produced upwards of 4 volts.

The Baghdad Battery was discovered in the village of Khuyut Rabbou’a in 1936. Baghdad battery myth was put to the test. Ten Baghdad batteries were made and lemon juice was chosen as the electrolyte to activate the electrochemical reaction between the copper and iron. When all of the batteries were linked together in series, they produced upwards of 4 volts.

JOJO POST STAR GATES: Researchers revealed in December 2009 the first images from the Caribbean Sea floor of what they claim are the archaeological remains of an ancient civilization. Guarding the location's coordinates carefully they believe the city could be thousands of years old - possibly even pre-dating the ancient Egyptian pyramids at Giza.

JOJO POST STAR GATES: Researchers revealed in December 2009 the first images from the Caribbean Sea floor of what they claim are the archaeological remains of an ancient civilization. Guarding the location's coordinates carefully they believe the city could be thousands of years old - possibly even pre-dating the ancient Egyptian pyramids at Giza.

Mysterious Implant: Wally Hanson, a retired police officer from Albany, NY, got an unexpected surprise. While visiting his dentist for a check up, a mysterious metallic object was discovered in his tooth. “It’s weird as hell.”He said.”It’s a tiny electronic implant of some sort. I have no idea how the hell it got there. It wasn’t there the last time I had my teeth X-rayed a year ago.” NOPE: National Reporter is a spoof site, any news from there is manufactured...FAKE.

Mysterious electronic implant discovered in mans tooth

Mysterious Implant: Wally Hanson, a retired police officer from Albany, NY, got an unexpected surprise. While visiting his dentist for a check up, a mysterious metallic object was discovered in his tooth. “It’s weird as hell.”He said.”It’s a tiny electronic implant of some sort. I have no idea how the hell it got there. It wasn’t there the last time I had my teeth X-rayed a year ago.” NOPE: National Reporter is a spoof site, any news from there is manufactured...FAKE.

Lake Michigan’s Stonehenge There are actually quite a few stone formations similar to the famous Stonehenge in the UK across the globe. Oddly enough, one of them is located at the bottom of Lake Michigan. In 2007, the lake’s bottom was studied by a team of underwater archaeologists, who found a number of stones aligned in a circle some 40 feet below the lake’s surface. One of the stones featured a carving of an animal, which had gone extinct some 10, 000 years ago.

Lake Michigan’s Stonehenge There are actually quite a few stone formations similar to the famous Stonehenge in the UK across the globe. Oddly enough, one of them is located at the bottom of Lake Michigan. In 2007, the lake’s bottom was studied by a team of underwater archaeologists, who found a number of stones aligned in a circle some 40 feet below the lake’s surface. One of the stones featured a carving of an animal, which had gone extinct some 10, 000 years ago.

One of the greatest mysteries of all time is the stones vases of Egypt. Thousands of vases have been found in and around the pyramid of Pharaoh Djoser in Saqqara, about 30 km south of Cairo. These stone vases originate from before 2800 BCE. They are made of hard rock materials such as diorite, gneiss and granite and require heavy-duty machinery such as diamond drills, diamond saws, cylinder bores, grinders, etc., all of which did not exist in those days.

One of the greatest mysteries of all time is the stones vases of Egypt. Thousands of vases have been found in and around the pyramid of Pharaoh Djoser in Saqqara, about 30 km south of Cairo. These stone vases originate from before 2800 BCE. They are made of hard rock materials such as diorite, gneiss and granite and require heavy-duty machinery such as diamond drills, diamond saws, cylinder bores, grinders, etc., all of which did not exist in those days.

Cool facts #134  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_dodecahedron

Cool facts #134 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_dodecahedron

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