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Alligator Mound, Ohio – Ancient Aliens In America?

May 4, 2019 By

Let’s take a look at the mysterious Alligator Mound in Granville, Ohio. What we can see from the ground level is just a pile of dirt that doesn’t make much sense, but let’s look it from the air. As we go up, these irregular mounds start to take the shape of a large animal. You can see the head, the long body and all four legs and there is also a long curving tail.

This was built at least a thousand years ago, so the biggest question is who could have seen it from the sky at that time? Today, we can see this animal shape because we have all sorts of aircrafts, but the mound builders and other Native American tribes could only look at it as a pile of dirt from the ground. And if you look around, you’ll realize that this area is more elevated than the surroundings which means that there are no vantage points on the ground to see this animal shape. So, if it was not meant to be seen by human beings, who else could have seen it other than extraterrestrials?

Today, you can see that the structure is not clearly visible because of all the grass growing around. But this is an aerial photograph taken in 1928 and you can see that there is no grass and the shape can be seen clearly from the sky. People talk about Nazca lines of Peru, but this Alligator Effigy Mound is also a similar creation that can be seen only from the air.

This so-called alligator is 250 feet long and 76 feet wide. Archaeologists have no idea when it was built and initially assumed that it was built around 100 A.D. But in the last few years, they have reversed this theory and now claim that it was built around 1000 A.D. The blatant truth is that we don’t really know when it was built. In fact, we don’t even know if it is an alligator at all, modern day experts say that it could be an underwater panther or an opossum.

What was this so-called Alligator Mound used for? Why did the mound builders bring soil and clay from various places to build a strong structure that would last for many centuries? It’s no surprise that archeologists think that it was used for religious purposes. This is the usual conclusion reached when they cannot find any specific purpose for ancient structures.
However, it is logical to think that it served a practical purpose since so much effort was put into creating this structure. If it was designed to be seen by extraterrestrials, did it also serve as a signal for them?
This is especially true because the large fields of Newark Earthworks which could have been used as alien landing strips are located just 6 miles away.
So, if an aircraft was flying from the Northwest direction, the alligator effigy mound would act as a signal pointing to the Newark Earthworks for landing. Is this a far-fetched theory? No, because we used the same technology to guide our aircrafts in 1920s. Large concrete arrows called Beacon Arrows were placed on the ground to help navigation and airplanes followed these arrows to reach airports. So, it is very possible that the alligator mound was also used as a signal to ancient astronauts leading to them to Newark Earthworks.
Archaeologists found a few large stones placed on the alligator mound, so it is possible that once upon a time the entire structure was covered with stones. This would have been an amazing sight to see from the sky and would also be visible from a much higher altitude. But it gets much better; archeologists noticed that the stones were burnt because they were repeatedly set on fire. Now, imagine the entire mound set on fire at night. It would be a fantastic signal that would also work during night time. This is the same technology that we used or still use by installing airway beacon towers to navigate airplanes.
Just like modern human beings, did the mound builders also build the so-called Alligator Mound to help navigate their flying Gods? What do you think?

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23 Comments on "Alligator Mound, Ohio – Ancient Aliens In America?"

  1. Michael Turany
    May 4, 2019

    I'm from OH10 and I have never heard of garter mound but I have been to sneak snake hill and sometimes I can see Ali ans out my back window manipulating themselves when my wife is is gettin ready fer bed. I haller out the winder and shout fuck off ya freaky ali-ans STOP LOOKIN AT MY MISSES WHILST SHES GETIN READY TO GO NIGHT NIGHT!! then they disappear.

  2. annu B
    May 4, 2019

    looks more like a monkey

  3. Nic Jones
    May 4, 2019

    Looks like a flying scorral

  4. 70 WolfNippleChips
    May 4, 2019

    Fantastic! I really love your work! I grew up in Ohio and had never heard of this mound!

  5. KathrynPieta
    May 4, 2019

    That is no alligator. The tail is wrong.

  6. Mindful Blessings
    May 4, 2019

    Archeologists don't know anything, we native Americans will tell you over and over, that we do not build not have we ever build these burial mounds. The giants build these mounds, with their remains left under the earth. You do not disturb or mess around these areas, they are considered cursed lands.

  7. Dion Peterson
    May 4, 2019

    it's a salamander

  8. DJ M SANS max persins
    May 4, 2019

    are you whistling on purpose are talking dude it hurts my ears

  9. Interesting discovery....the road surrounding Alligator Mound is named 'Bryn Du' after the Welsh words 'Black Hills'. Bryn is the derivative of 'Brian' or 'Bram'...where Brian is 'Brain' and Bram is from Abram or Abraham or Brahmin which mean , high father or high cast. A Hill is a place of 'high elevation'. Hence the elevated Alligator Mound....

  10. Ellie L
    May 4, 2019

    Why not use ground penetrating equipment? Maybe there is something under these mounds

  11. leroylem51
    May 4, 2019

    If one is a modern day human the earth works can't be seen, however, giants existed in the day of yore, so those earth works were for them...

  12. Roopak Vaidya
    May 4, 2019

    From above the figure looks very much like one of the carvings on a pillar at Gobekele Tepe.

  13. CR Wing
    May 4, 2019

    Killer golf course around this mound too!

  14. John Davies
    May 4, 2019

    Dead on.👍

  15. Tom Austin
    May 4, 2019

    Lol. Find it amusing that when something ancient can't yet be understood it is assumed to be aliens. We give our ancestors way too little credit.
    Still yet very interesting place

  16. David Smith
    May 4, 2019

    This is not an alligator but a lizard. The lizard is an emasary between night and day, the under world and heaven. You idiot.

  17. camaross
    May 4, 2019

    Tourism trap

  18. Syrita Vaughn
    May 4, 2019

    whats an under water panther?

  19. Adil Rizwan
    May 4, 2019

    dig that thig out

  20. Lhokw te S'eliya
    May 4, 2019

    To me, it looks like a reptilian human child hybrid.

  21. Wise
    May 4, 2019

    Christ chosen tribe of gad Hebrew Israelites

  22. Bore dumb
    May 4, 2019

    i still say its a salamander

  23. manfred127
    May 4, 2019

    So extraterrestrials,having mastered gravity or interstellar flight,travel to earth to,I dunno,have tea with humans---and require mounded dirt to navigate?

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