Mystery of Michigan’s great Ancient copper mines and giant miners

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(ORDO NEWS) — Our present past is shrouded in darkness, but if you wish, even in our time you can find simply incredible information simply by studying the extraction and further distribution of copper in one of the largest ancient mines, which is located in the modern US state of Michigan.

I found a scientific study on this and am preparing it for publication, but for now here are a few excerpts from this study:

► It is estimated that half a billion pounds of copper was mined in tens of thousands of quarries on Royale Island and the Kevino Peninsula in Michigan by ancient miners over a period of a thousand years.

Carbon dating of wooden logs in the pits has shown that mining began around 2450 BC. and ended abruptly in 1200 BC. Officially, no one knows where the Michigan copper went.

► From about 2500 B.C. the use of copper, previously limited to some parts of southern Europe, has suddenly taken over the rest of the continent. No one knows where copper came from in Europe.

► Indian legends say that fair-haired “men from the sea” – giants were engaged in mining

► The mining ended overnight, as if they left on the same day and never returned. During this millennial period of mining, some of the miners must have explored the continent to the west, as evidenced by very large skeletons in many places, such as the red-haired giants who came by boat to Lovelock Cave on Lake Lahontan (Nevada), skeletons which were discovered in 1924 with fishing nets and duck baits.

► These miners used medicine. For example – the shrub plant Devil’s Club. This plant has giant leaves with spines at the bottom and terribly spiky woody stems.

It has a history of traditional use as a medicine to treat diabetes, tumors, and tuberculosis, and its effectiveness has been confirmed by modern research. It appears to have been brought in a first aid kit to this remote island in Lake Superior in ancient times.

► Pieces of “native” Michigan copper sometimes have crystals of silver inclusions, mechanically enclosed, but not alloyed; this is called “half-breed copper”.

The presence of silver concretions in the tools of the “ancient copper culture” indicates that they were made by a forging process called “cold working”.

These forged weapons and tools found in the Hopewell Mounds “show grains of silver found only in Lake Superior copper”

► Palden Jenkins, Glastonbury Historian: “I met a farmer who owns land that contains a megalithic stone circle called the Merry Maidens in the far west of Cornwall (UK).

While clearing hedgerows, he discovered an arrowhead, which was sent to the British Museum for identification. The answer came back: “5000 years; source, Michigan, USA.


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