Newark Ohio Earthworks/Mounds
The Great Circle earthworks
Rod L. Meldrum on location at the Great Circle Earthworks in Newark, Ohio
Hopewell geometry shows advanced civilization
Hopewell geometry shows advanced civilization – The Lost Civilizations of North America
Did the ancient Hopewell Mound Builders of North America use highly advanced mathematics and geometry similar to ancient Egyptians? Take a look at the incredible similarities.
The Great Octagon earthworks
Rod L. Meldrum on location at the Great Octagon Earthworks in Newark, Ohio
Hopewell Archaeoastronomy, Lunar Alignments
The highly advanced ancient civilization, called the Hopewell Mound Builders, that flourished in the heartland of North America from about 300 B.C. to 400 AD demonstrate their knowledge of the solar system, geometry and mathematics through the building of massive earthen structures aligning with the moon and its 18.6 year lunar cycles. Astounding new information that may support the claims of the Book of Mormon. To purchase this DVD documentary, visit the www.BookofMormonEvidence.org bookstore.
- Rod L. Meldrum on location at the Great Octagon Earthworks in Newark, Ohio
- Rod Meldrum explains some of the features of the Great Octagon in Newark Ohio. Could this have been a part of the temple complex in the Land Bountiful? Why did the ancient Hopewell civilization build such massive ceremonial spaces? 1
- Rod L. Meldrum on location at the Great Circle Earthworks in Newark, Ohio
- Author and researcher, Rod Meldrum talks about the Great Circle earthworks, one of the few remaining ditch and earthwork complex’s remaining in North America from its more than 200,000 earthworks that originally existed. The Book of Mormon speaks of Moroni’s defensive strategy to protect the Nephite cities but digging ditches and throwing up heaps of earth with timbers atop forming a picket. The ancient Hopewell’s ruins match perfectly these descriptions. Here is direct evidence. This ditch is actually on the inside of the ceremonial earthwork, but ditches and earthbanks were discovered in the early 1800’s with similar proportions with the ditches on the outside, which was the normal configuration. 2