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Now that Suzanne and I are back home from our Mounds Tour, we have put together and share some photos of what we saw and share what we felt as we visited many impressive mound sites with evidence of a righteous people that dates back to 600 BC to 400 AD.
The Hopewell peoples were Native American Indians who lived about 2,200 and 1,500 years ago and were recognized as the architects and builders of the mounds.
Here is an mound thought to belong to the Adena culture because of its conical shape and the character of the burials to have been found within it. We believe it to of the the Jaredite Nation because of the early history dating.
As we continue toward Newark, you’ll discover that this area is filled with the most extensive and monumental earthworks in the world, including the Great Circle and Great Octagon, built by the Hopewell Civilization. They date between 150 AD and 250 AD, during the peaceful time following Christ’s visit. Scientists have recently discovered embedded astronomical alignments proving this was a highly advanced civilization. You’ll have a chance to ascend the 30 foot embankments and walk the ‘place of entrance’ of the Great Circle. You’ll learn more as we discuss the ancient Hopewell Mound Builder civilization that inhabited this area during Book of Mormon times. The Hopewell mounds were more elaborate and bigger than that of the Adenas. Hence, their alternate name, the Mound Builders. These mounds were constructed for burials, for symbolism, temple foundations, or for platforms for mounds built atop the original mounds. Sacred religious ceremonies took place here and some believe the earthworks symbolism reflects God’s Plan of Life.
The Hopewell Indians were skillful artisans, and left behind a legacy of ornamentation. Like the Adena, they constructed burial mounds. They also made pearl necklaces, and a diverse collection of jewelry, some of copper. They cultivated corn; and continued to hunt and gather and cultivate other food like their predecessors.
These earthen mounds and embankments outlining huge geometric enclosures which dot the landscape of the Ohio River Valley. These monumental structures were the work of many Native American hands nearly 2000 years ago. Hopewell people gathered at these major earthwork centers seasonally (during passover) and for important religious occasions with rituals and rites of passage in these sacred spaces which reflect upon the lives of these American Indians.
They were also used for feasting, trading, presenting gifts, marriages, competition, funerals with mourning ceremonies, an of course, mound construction. Tools and ornaments used in and worn for these occasions were often made of copper, silver, gold, obsidian, sharks teeth and sea shells and mica. These have been found under the mounds.
In our opinion, the Hopewell Indians fit the history from the Book of Mormon whose people left Jerusalem around 600 BC. and came to “the promised land” (America) existing until 400 AD. Here is some art found on stone of a hand with the “all seeing eye”, which is definitely Hebrew.
Apparently, “culture in the eastern woodlands went into a dark age for 200 years,” according to Tom Sherman, author of Place on the Glacial Till.’ The Hopewell Indians had an extensive culture spreading far beyond Ohio.
We went to a mound that was 30+ feet tall. Alan wanted to climb it but couldn’t because of his MS. Friends Rod and Van took Alan under his arms and said, “You are going to go up there if we have to carry you!” Alan agreed and they made it to the top and in the center with the rest of the group!
There is the world famous Serpent Mound with its mysterious coils forming astronomical alignments. It was formed in the shape of a snake with a head. To us, this confirms that the Native Americans were not as they were typed, “Savages” but astronomers and that they followed the lunarcalendar which is a part of their Mosaic Law.
The largest city in North America before European settlement was Cahokia, just outside of St. Louis. The museum is world class but the magnitude of Monks Mound, the largest earthen temple mound structure in North America is awe inspiring. It took some effort but Alan and Suzanne had the courage to climb this tallest temple mound in America. It is flat on top where they surely had a temple.
They Made It!
The last place we saw on the Mounds tour before we went to Nauvoo, Illinois, was a beautiful area which fits perfectly with where The Book of Mormon refers to The Waters of Mormon. Hundreds of thousands of gallons of fresh spring water flows daily from the mountain to where they baptized several who had converted to Christianity.
Last but not least was a stop in Nauvoo, Illinois to see where Joseph Smith was tarred and feathered, jailed, martyred, shot and fell from the upper window, and then burried in Nauvoo.
These mounds, artwork, museum refrences, etc., that I showed here were NOT found by members of our Latter-day Saint faith. These are actually located in the Heartland of America. We personally believe these people could very well be the decendents of Joseph who was sold into Egypt and are of the House of Israel. Some people have struggled in not being able to locate the Book of Mormon Evidence necessary to totally believe the truthfulness of The Book of Mormon. We believe it could be here because by living the Mosaic Law, they had to live by the lunar calendar. Also, there are sheep, barley and other necessary requirements for the Mosaic Law to be lived that they don’t have in South America.
We know the Book of Mormon is true, even if these sites prove not to be! Time or our Prophet will tell. We only share these things for those who wish to know that there are answers and evidence to back up what Joseph Smith translated from those gold plates which he was shown in the Hill Cumorah known as the Book of Mormon. We hope you will go and see these sites for yourselves, read The Book of Mormon and ask God if these things are not true.