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ANCIENT ALIEN MYSTERY – MOUND BUILDERS – Feature Film

June 28, 2019 By



UFOTV® Accept no imitations! (Please vote Thumbs-Up!) A series of astounding developments have now shattered American Archaeology’s most cherished beliefs. Excavations have uncovered solid evidence that ancient America was settles at least 50,000 years ago. Further evidence suggest that Ancient Alien mound building structures began to appear by 3000 B.C., after a mixture of races from the east (Atlantis), west (Mu and China), the Pacific (Polynesia) and Lost Ancient Alien Tribes combined with Siberian nomads to eventually build the ancient mound structures we see in America today. Additionally, this series of discoveries support predictions made by noted psychic and healer Edgar Cayce, decades before these discoveries were confirmed by scientists. A mysterious Alien genetic type has been identified in ancient American skeletal remains as well as in some modern Native Americans. Scientific evidence proves that Ancient Aliens came to the Americas as far back as 50,000 B.C. This program includes amazing facts about this fascinating history and features a series of spellbinding interviews with investigators, researchers and scientists to uncover this amazing Ancient Alien mystery.

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25 Comments on "ANCIENT ALIEN MYSTERY – MOUND BUILDERS – Feature Film"

  1. TheDude0fLife
    June 28, 2019

    Good for a brief period about the mounds. Then they start talking about Edgar Cayce the quack.

  2. pga620728
    June 28, 2019

    Such high tech building mounds.......LOL

  3. nanallen1
    June 28, 2019

    And now we have mT DNA from the Paracus elongated skulls - Haplogroup H 2a. Mr. Casey was right. Oh how I wish he was still with us. We need all the help we can get.❤️💫

  4. Nola West
    June 28, 2019

    They have similar mounds in Rock City [what we've called it all our lives] on Mt. Diablo in Northern Cali... Carved out homes in rock hillsides we could roam & visit near circles where they gathered. It's amazing to find places where our Native Brothers & Sisters Lived & Worshiped in our own Back Yards. Thanks for this video!

  5. KarlbushtheIV
    June 28, 2019

    About 47:00 in and this video gets super stupid. I'm sure glad most people aren't still living like that. Spiritual my ass.

  6. Geoff Pace
    June 28, 2019

    In the Book of Mormon, you will find that these mounds were built by two groups, the Lamanites and Jaredites: The Adena and Hopewell mound builders in modern day terminology. They offered up treasures in these mounds and had sacred rites within. Please connect with www.ancientamerica.com and their publications Ancient American, by Wayne May. Also Rod Meldrum's FIRM Foundation if you REALLY want the low down on these ancient Lost Tribes.

  7. Chris Tripp
    June 28, 2019

    Fucking morons

  8. Henry Goodwin
    June 28, 2019

    Edgar Casey was a weird person and people today still follow his weirdness creepy!!!

  9. Henry Goodwin
    June 28, 2019

    Oh and it wasn't Jewish it was Hebrew

  10. Henry Goodwin
    June 28, 2019

    Well I want to know about the mounds that had old Israel artifacts uncovered sure you have heard of it !! ??

  11. Bigottervalleyflintworks
    June 28, 2019

    the music is shit in this video near the end whats the point of it ?

  12. Joan Moore
    June 28, 2019

    'Wow I live in Ohio all my life and just finding out about these mounds here recently. The real Indians are the so call black people another government secret.

  13. artfulgoat
    June 28, 2019

    Wonderful conclusion

  14. Rick Jones
    June 28, 2019

    I grew up near the mounds and pyramids at Aztlan Wisconsin. A beautiful place with a rich history and pre-history. Thank you for this video.

  15. hilda beaverhausen
    June 28, 2019

    Fake video. Not about mound builders, just edgar cayce bullcarp.

  16. Robin Conkel-hAnnan
    June 28, 2019

    This is supposed to be about the Mound Builders.. Why the stuff about other tribes.?
    I grew up in and around Portsmouth and Chillicothe.. We were aware of the mounds, even visited them and played on them.. We were never told anything about them except that "nobody knows'.. Some were within walking distance of me then.. Now I live too far away to visit them.. I feel cheated, I would have explored the areas if I had known how important and extensive they are..

  17. James Crothers
    June 28, 2019

    Would you like to hear what they are saying? I think they need a better sound editor. As well as better research, instead of disinformation.

  18. Angus1966
    June 28, 2019

    Seems some bullshit has been mixed with the truth it is obvious why

  19. Jaimie T
    June 28, 2019

    I first ran across this at a library more than ten years ago... copied it with two vcrs... then later got a rare copy somewhere...  but this very video was indeed life changing for me ... and for five or more years now I have been checking youtube for to see if anyone has posted it... now they have.  Thank you much. Also,  thank you Cayce family, Van  Auken and ARE. I rest easier now.

  20. Larry Copeland
    June 28, 2019

    I applaud your effort in this film. However, there are some striking inaccuracies.

    1) Haplogroup X is evident in the Iroquoian nations of which Cherokee is a subset. But, that nation is not related to the Hopewell nor their predecessors the Adena.

    2) mDNA research on the Hopewell  using samples garnered from mounds shows a very diverse group with a predominate leaning towards descent from Asia.. They are , also, tied to the Glacial Kame culture. 

    3) DNA studies link the Adena/Hopewell with the "Chippewa/Ojibwa.and Kickapoo of the Great Lakes region. Some genetic links also are indicated between one or more of the individuals from the Hopewell site and tribes as diverse and widespread as the Apache, Iowa, Micmac, Pawnee, Pima, Seri, Southwest Sioux, and Yakima." not the Iroquoian.

    4) Adena/Hopewell DNA is not shared by the Fort Ancient culture who built the mound commented on in a portion of this film. In a recent development, Serpent Mound was misdated. It was classified as Woodlands era. However, recent information indicates it was likely built by the Adena/Hopewell. ( http://apps.ohiohistory.org/ohioarchaeology/who-built-serpent-mound/ )

    5) The DNA is tentatively connected to the ruling class at Cohokia primarily due to a shared mutation..

    http://apps.ohiohistory.org/ohioarchaeology/ancient-dna-from-the-ohio-hopewell/ )

    6) The film mentions altars and says archaeologists don't admit to these. Please cite sources. I have an extensive library of intellectual works about this culture. Nothing is mentioned about altars.

    7) As to the Bat Creek stone, "Semitist P. Kyle McCarter, Jr. stated that although the inscription "is not an authentic paleo-Hebrew inscription," it "clearly imitates one in certain features," and does contain "an intelligible sequence of five letters -- too much for coincidence." McCarter concluded, "It seems probable that we are dealing here not with a coincidental similarity but with a fraud.(  McCarter (1993:55)"
    (...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat_Creek_inscription )

    As a student of that ancient culture, I feel we need to show reverence for their sacred land as well as the sacred areas across the United States and the world. Using their culture and achievements to propagate an ideology is not respect.

  21. julie pareit
    June 28, 2019

    Next time make sure the backgroundmusic isn't louder than the person who talks

  22. wquon2007
    June 28, 2019

    someone may want to link this to Wayne May's videos

  23. Revolt1680
    June 28, 2019

    Not that it has anything to do with your subject, but I enjoyed seeing those clips of the Hopi Snake dance, but I have to say that stupid stereotypical "native" music was torturous. It's so annoying and not native at all  :P  I guess we have good 'ol Hollywood to thank for that.

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    June 28, 2019

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  25. justaman6972
    June 28, 2019

    I am Oglala Lakota Sioux. No one has mentioned any mound builders to me from my people anyway. Who knows, we have tales of meeting Vikings and trading with them long before Columbus and Vespucci made it here...


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