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SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri

 
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I've always thought that Huck Finn was a clever play on words, but maybe Mark Twain was too.
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the city shall dissolve into the ground.
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From Wiki-pedia on Huck-

"Unlike The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn does not have the definite article "the" as a part of its proper title. Essayist and critic Spencer Neve asserts that this absence represents the "never fulfilled anticipations" of Huck's adventures—while Tom's adventures were completed (at least at the time) by the end of his novel, Huck's narrative ends with his declared intention to head West.[5]


A later version was the first typewritten manuscript delivered to a printer.[7]

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was eventually published on December 10, 1884, in Canada and England, and on February 18, 1885, in the United States.[8] The illustration on page 283 became a point of issue after an engraver, whose identity was never discovered, made a last-minute addition to the printing plate of Kemble’s picture of old Silas Phelps. In the mischievous tradition of graffiti he drew in a line outlining the bulge against inside of pants of a male sex organ. The sabotage was discovered while the book was at press and the offending plate was replaced, the corrected plate being slightly altered in the area of Silas Phelps’ trousers fly. Thirty thousand copies of the book had been printed before the obscenity was discovered. A new plate was made to correct the illustration and repair the existing copies;[9] versions with the so-called "curved fly" are valuable collectors items.[8]"


Feb 18----- happy birthday Huckle berry. A mystery of phallic bulges and mysterious mounds.

the arch could be called a curved fly...
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Le Palma,

The Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana location are significant in many ways. The Mississippi really come into light last spring with the Army Corps breaking levees up and down the Mississippi.. It was one thing after another...
[link to www.14news.com]

I hope the Mid-West get some relief this spring, so don't have to go through anything like that this year..
Japan had their nightmare and so did we,,,to think Alabama in April and the Joplin Tornado on 5/22/11 to boot..
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That reminds me Alesiah, they blew the Birds Point
Levee, on the the NEW MAdrid floodway
of the Mississippi(serpent symbolism)in Missouri to save Cairo, ILLInois---the symbolism of it
caught me at the time it happened.
Its like they flooded the Plains, even
though it is the bread basket, just to save
that particular area from being flooded.
Just conjecture on my part, you know.
I'm trying to figure out why the founders
of the mormon church and its associations
feel so strongly about
that area of the midwest being New Jerusalem,
and Zion
. I read in one one book, it said
that it was the belief of a remnant
of an ancient Egyptian civilization(perhaps
the remnant left after the continent
split 'in the days of Peleg') that led early
settlers to push Westward in exploration
and settlements....but I'm not sure.
 Quoting: Le Palma


I'm excited to head this. I have asked myself this question for awhile now. I also have similar questions I bet are similar to some of yours. I have a feeling that if you continue to explore this , with your wisdom, insight & spirit , you will unlock some doors. Especially with help from Alesiah & peanut. I think we are all pretty much in the same page with much of this and the three people I just mentioned have some very valuable insight and between us I think we might answer some of these questions that most people don't even no exist.
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This vid is of Don McClean performing at Ceasarea Isreal in 1979. At 2:28 in the vid the cameras point out a guy in the audience wearing a St. Louis cards ball cap.

Its a beautiful song (And I Love You So) and I thought it was a fitting synch to this thread. There is a lot of speculation as to the meaning of his American Pie song, it seems to be set at a levy on a riverbank.

<iframe width="420" height="315" src=" [link to www.youtube.com] frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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Vedi interesting.
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I've always thought that Huck Finn was a clever play on words, but maybe Mark Twain was too.
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Wouldn't even kow where to begin with Twain. He wasnt normal.Very interesting fella.
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Le Palma,

The Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana location are significant in many ways. The Mississippi really come into light last spring with the Army Corps breaking levees up and down the Mississippi.. It was one thing after another...
[link to www.14news.com]

I hope the Mid-West get some relief this spring, so don't have to go through anything like that this year..
Japan had their nightmare and so did we,,,to think Alabama in April and the Joplin Tornado on 5/22/11 to boot..
 Quoting: Alesiah


That reminds me Alesiah, they blew the Birds Point
Levee, on the the NEW MAdrid floodway
of the Mississippi(serpent symbolism)in Missouri to save Cairo, ILLInois---the symbolism of it
caught me at the time it happened.

Its like they flooded the Plains, even
though it is the bread basket, just to save
that particular area from being flooded.
Just conjecture on my part, you know.
I'm trying to figure out why the founders
of the mormon church and its associations
feel so strongly about
that area of the midwest being New Jerusalem,
and Zion. I read in one one book, it said
that it was the belief of a remnant
of an ancient Egyptian civilization(perhaps
the remnant left after the continent
split 'in the days of Peleg') that led early
settlers to push Westward in exploration
and settlements....but I'm not sure.
 Quoting: Le Palma


Yes, you got it!

"The Birds Point Levee, on the the NEW MAdrid floodway
of the Mississippi(serpent symbolism)in Missouri to save Cairo, ILLInois---the symbolism of it
caught me at the time it happened."

Me too!!

There's ancient ruins here as you know.. The Ozark Mountains are the oldest mountain ranges on the planet.
I don't know how many know...about this region but I was born here and I know the significance of it...
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Hi Alesiah:)
___________________________________________
I found this today
about the area from the GreatLakes
to the Mississippi Delta:

The name “Zara-hemla” was given
to a small Mormon settlement across
the Mississippi River from Nauvoo.
In August 1841 a conference was held
there during which John Smith was sustained
as president of the stake in Iowa,
with David Pettigrew
(name reminds me of the traitor in
Harry Potter Peter Pettigrew).
The LDS church say that the word Zara-hemla
is from a hebrew word meaning
"Seed of Compassion".
(Zarah brother of Pharez, son of Judah).

In the book 'Ancient American and the Book of
Mormon' it was suggested that the word also
Meant 'land over-flowing', 'abundance',
'bountiful'....Strong's concordance suggests
that the word also means 'rain-storm', 'rushing',
'roaring sound', 'sound of A great storm',
and 'Tumult'.

"According to the Book of Mormon
narrative, the Nephite Mosiah and
his followers “discovered that the
people of Zarahemla came out from
Jerusalem at the time that Zedekiah
King of Judah,
was carried
away captive into Babylon” (about 587 B.C.)"
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According also to the Annuals of the High
Kings of Ireland, it was said that after
the Babylonian invasion, Tamar Tephi, first
born daughter of King Zedekiah, along
with the scribe Baruch, and Jeremiah
the Prophet, Her Retinue, and a Sister
by the name of Scota or Scotti made
a voyage first to Egypt, then North
to GibralTAR, Spain, and then Ireland.


IS it possible that the Princesses
of Judah and Israel also
made a passage here
to America around the year 582BC?

According to some scholars they Did!

There are many records
of Artifacts that have been found
with Hebrew text inscribed, also
the Native Americans that lived
on the East Coasts, for example
"The Red Paint People", and the
Cherokee Indians have in their
customs Many of the Same Customs
as the Hebrews....for example
their villages were modeled
after the Same Specifications
given to Moses for the Mishkan,
the Tabernacle for the Holy presence
which was in the center of the
dwelling, surrounded by the
tents of the members of the Twelve
Tribes.

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[link to www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org]

Which also reminds me of the Ark of the covenant.
Just making conjecture here....If the daughters
of King Zedekiah did have the Ark and other
relics in tow with them when they left
Jerusalem, (as is the theory), then isn't it more
likely in order to keep the Ark Hidden
that they would Not have kept it with them?

The Ark's footsteps in history pretty much
end during the transit of Tamar Tephi.

Of Course they knew about the land of America!!!
It was written in their Chronicles that
at one time, the Continents Split....When
the Continents were Whole, there was a booming
civilization on this 'Western' side of the Atlantic
just as much as on the Eastern side. They
contained the capability to cross Oceans.

Where I'm going with this Is, It may be possible
that during the journey of Tamar Tephi and SCota,
they not only journeyed to Scotland and Ireland,
but also to America, and Placed the Ark
here in a place only they knew of, that
was specified as a sacred place in their
Chronicles, and then left clues
just as the Order of the Golden Circle
does for their hidden treasures
in order that their ancestors
would find it!

The reason why there are so
many traces of Egyptian, and Hebrew SCripts
found from the East Coast of America,
to the Area surrounding the Great Lakes,
and then down the Mississippi River.

Then we have to remember that in history,
after the passage of the Hebrews to
Ireland and Scotland, the whole of
Civilization suffered a Great Tragedy.
The Great Plagues killed Millions of people,
Then the Little Ice Age, Killed more. People
were doing the best they could in the
Northern Hemisphere just to Eat and survive.
They were not concerned with sailing
and relics during these times. After the
Great Death, and Warming of the
Climate, civilization revived again, And the
English Speaking world (who had knowledge
of what occurred a thousand years prior)
were then able to Focus on finding the
Placement of the Ark.


Where was the first
Place they started looking?

Under the Command of the British Crown,
the Spanish Crown sent Emissaries and SHips West
to Explore America, as if they already
knew that there was SOMETHING HERE
That Needed Finding!!!
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Amazing, you know what I know..
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Amazing, you know what I know..
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Soon, every one will know what you know i know,
ya know? All this from Disney's Prince of
Persia, I didn't know until 30 minutes ago.chuckle
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Amazing, you know what I know..
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I am noticing this also. I keep saying it but I really hope that the two of you and peanut continue to contribute to this.
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Amazing, you know what I know..
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Soon, every one will know what you know i know,
ya know? All this from Disney's Prince of
Persia, I didn't know until 30 minutes ago.chuckle

 Quoting: Le Palma


Every day time seems to be speeding up. Atleast the part that pertains to information. Really that's the only part that I am talking about. It seems like everyday I learn ten fold the amount of info than the previous day or even the previous number of years combined.
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I'd look into the papyri that Joseph Smith bought. They said it was purchased in Ohio from Thebes. Pearl of Great Price was what he translated from the papyri, but found out later it was funeral texts and not what he said they were.
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I'd look into the papyri that Joseph Smith bought. They said it was purchased in Ohio from Thebes. Pearl of Great Price was what he translated from the papyri, but found out later it was funeral texts and not what he said they were.
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So what if they weren't from Thebes, but from Missouri???
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Hi Alesiah:)
___________________________________________
I found this today
about the area from the GreatLakes
to the Mississippi Delta:

The name “Zara-hemla” was given
to a small Mormon settlement across
the Mississippi River from Nauvoo.
In August 1841 a conference was held
there during which John Smith was sustained
as president of the stake in Iowa,
with David Pettigrew
(name reminds me of the traitor in
Harry Potter Peter Pettigrew).
The LDS church say that the word Zara-hemla
is from a hebrew word meaning
"Seed of Compassion".
(Zarah brother of Pharez, son of Judah).

In the book 'Ancient American and the Book of
Mormon' it was suggested that the word also
Meant 'land over-flowing', 'abundance',
'bountiful'....Strong's concordance suggests
that the word also means 'rain-storm', 'rushing',
'roaring sound', 'sound of A great storm',
and 'Tumult'.

"According to the Book of Mormon
narrative, the Nephite Mosiah and
his followers “discovered that the
people of Zarahemla came out from
Jerusalem at the time that Zedekiah
King of Judah,
was carried
away captive into Babylon” (about 587 B.C.)"
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According also to the Annuals of the High
Kings of Ireland, it was said that after
the Babylonian invasion, Tamar Tephi, first
born daughter of King Zedekiah, along
with the scribe Baruch, and Jeremiah
the Prophet, Her Retinue, and a Sister
by the name of Scota or Scotti made
a voyage first to Egypt, then North
to GibralTAR, Spain, and then Ireland.


IS it possible that the Princesses
of Judah and Israel also
made a passage here
to America around the year 582BC?

According to some scholars they Did!

There are many records
of Artifacts that have been found
with Hebrew text inscribed, also
the Native Americans that lived
on the East Coasts, for example
"The Red Paint People", and the
Cherokee Indians have in their
customs Many of the Same Customs
as the Hebrews....for example
their villages were modeled
after the Same Specifications
given to Moses for the Mishkan,
the Tabernacle for the Holy presence
which was in the center of the
dwelling, surrounded by the
tents of the members of the Twelve
Tribes.
 Quoting: Le Palma



Very interesting . Can anyone think of some implications this might point to ? I just moved into a neighborhood in st.louis 5 months ago named DOGTOWN and what's interesting is that they are very well known for their st.patricks day celebration each year. Also interesting is the fact that a recent pole named two cities in MO in the top ten St.Patricks day celebrations , St.louis was # 5 and KC was # 10. Also interesting is that STL has two Saint Pats celebrations , one downtown and one in DOGTOWN. The one in DOGTOWN is considered more authentic and is actually on st.patricks days where the downtown one is not. The one in DOGTOWN is organized each year by The Ancient Order of Hibernians. It should be fun because my apartment is literally on the parade route! Way less Intersting than LePalmas information I know but I just felt like sharing. Great stuff LePalma. Between all that you , Alesiah and everyone else have posted on this thread I have alot of research to catch up on.
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I'd look into the papyri that Joseph Smith bought. They said it was purchased in Ohio from Thebes. Pearl of Great Price was what he translated from the papyri, but found out later it was funeral texts and not what he said they were.
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Thanks for the tip. I just read your last post to and I don't know. I honestly am not sure what your talking about yet but I'm going to look into it. So what if the answer to the question on your other post in indeed Missouri? Since I'm not sure what your talking about I don't understand the possible implications.
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Very interesting . Can anyone think of some implications this might point to ? I just moved into a neighborhood in st.louis 5 months ago named DOGTOWN and what's interesting is that they are very well known for their st.patricks day celebration each year. Also interesting is the fact that a recent pole named two cities in MO in the top ten St.Patricks day celebrations , St.louis was # 5 and KC was # 10. Also interesting is that STL has two Saint Pats celebrations , one downtown and one in DOGTOWN. The one in DOGTOWN is considered more authentic and is actually on st.patricks days where the downtown one is not. The one in DOGTOWN is organized each year by The Ancient Order of Hibernians. It should be fun because my apartment is literally on the parade route! Way less Intersting than LePalmas information I know but I just felt like sharing. Great stuff LePalma. Between all that you , Alesiah and everyone else have posted on this thread I have alot of research to catch up on.
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hf Ancient Order fo the Hibernians? Curioushmm
ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh
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bat contry
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Very interesting . Can anyone think of some implications this might point to ? I just moved into a neighborhood in st.louis 5 months ago named DOGTOWN and what's interesting is that they are very well known for their st.patricks day celebration each year. Also interesting is the fact that a recent pole named two cities in MO in the top ten St.Patricks day celebrations , St.louis was # 5 and KC was # 10. Also interesting is that STL has two Saint Pats celebrations , one downtown and one in DOGTOWN. The one in DOGTOWN is considered more authentic and is actually on st.patricks days where the downtown one is not. The one in DOGTOWN is organized each year by The Ancient Order of Hibernians. It should be fun because my apartment is literally on the parade route! Way less Intersting than LePalmas information I know but I just felt like sharing. Great stuff LePalma. Between all that you , Alesiah and everyone else have posted on this thread I have alot of research to catch up on.
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hf Ancient Order fo the Hibernians? Curioushmm
ahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhhahhh
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:bat contry:
 Quoting: Le Palma


.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
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.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
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everyone is up late tonight:) Hope all is well
for the King of the Hill hf
that just popped into my head for some
reason after you wrote it.
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.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1554286

everyone is up late tonight:) Hope all is well
for the King of the Hill hf
that just popped into my head for some
reason after you wrote it.
 Quoting: Le Palma


Hmm...I live across the street from forest park, home of the 1904 worlds fair. There is a hill in the park called Art Hill that just about everyone in st.louis has heard of. Especially in the winter when there's snow on the ground. On top of the hill is a statue called the Apotheosis of St. Louis.

Wikipedia / Apotheosis of St. Louis -
statue of King Louis IX of France, namesake of St. Louis, Missouri, located in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park. Prior to the completion of the Gateway Arch, the statue was the principal symbol of the city. It has served in the iconography of St. Louis for more than a century.
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.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1554286

everyone is up late tonight:) Hope all is well
for the King of the Hill hf
that just popped into my head for some
reason after you wrote it.
 Quoting: Le Palma


Hmm...I live across the street from forest park, home of the 1904 worlds fair. There is a hill in the park called Art Hill that just about everyone in st.louis has heard of. Especially in the winter when there's snow on the ground. On top of the hill is a statue called the Apotheosis of St. Louis.

Wikipedia / Apotheosis of St. Louis -
statue of King Louis IX of France, namesake of St. Louis, Missouri, located in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park. Prior to the completion of the Gateway Arch, the statue was the principal symbol of the city. It has served in the iconography of St. Louis for more than a century.
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Yeah! Sledding down Art Hill in the winter time.....brings back memories. And I did an art project of that statue of King Louis when I was in grade school....
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.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1554286

everyone is up late tonight:) Hope all is well
for the King of the Hill hf
that just popped into my head for some
reason after you wrote it.
 Quoting: Le Palma


Hmm...I live across the street from forest park, home of the 1904 worlds fair. There is a hill in the park called Art Hill that just about everyone in st.louis has heard of. Especially in the winter when there's snow on the ground. On top of the hill is a statue called the Apotheosis of St. Louis.

Wikipedia / Apotheosis of St. Louis -
statue of King Louis IX of France, namesake of St. Louis, Missouri, located in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park. Prior to the completion of the Gateway Arch, the statue was the principal symbol of the city. It has served in the iconography of St. Louis for more than a century.
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New Madrid
4.82 km (3.00 miles) S of Dogwood, Missouri
21 February, 2012 at 09:58:43
Magnitude: 4.0

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

(South of St. Louis, Belleville,Jackson,
Cape Giardeau, Charleston,
Scott City, Thebes,
Tamms, Cairo, Mound City, east
of Bell city)

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.......The Ancient Order of Hibernians.

I had the same reaction. I have a good feeling about them. This has always been a pretty special neighborhood in st.louis.

Wikipedia / DOGTOWN - Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis, Missouri, best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It is located south of Forest Park, with its southeastern edge abutting the traditionally Italian section of town, The Hill neighborhood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1554286

everyone is up late tonight:) Hope all is well
for the King of the Hill hf
that just popped into my head for some
reason after you wrote it.
 Quoting: Le Palma


Hmm...I live across the street from forest park, home of the 1904 worlds fair. There is a hill in the park called Art Hill that just about everyone in st.louis has heard of. Especially in the winter when there's snow on the ground. On top of the hill is a statue called the Apotheosis of St. Louis.

Wikipedia / Apotheosis of St. Louis -
statue of King Louis IX of France, namesake of St. Louis, Missouri, located in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park. Prior to the completion of the Gateway Arch, the statue was the principal symbol of the city. It has served in the iconography of St. Louis for more than a century.
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New Madrid
4.82 km (3.00 miles) S of Dogwood, Missouri
21 February, 2012 at 09:58:43
Magnitude: 4.0

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

(South of St. Louis, Belleville,Jackson,
Cape Giardeau, Charleston,
Scott City, Thebes,
Tamms, Cairo, Mound City)
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Mound builder (people)

The varying cultures collectively called Mound Builders were prehistoric inhabitants of North America who, during a 5,000-year period, constructed various styles of earthen mounds for religious and ceremonial, burial, and elite residential purposes. These included the Pre-Columbian cultures of the Archaic period; Woodland period (Adena and Hopewell cultures); and Mississippian period; dating from roughly 3400 BCE to the 16th century CE, and living in regions of the Great Lakes, the Ohio River valley, and the Mississippi River valley and its tributaries. Beginning with the construction of Watson Brake about 3400 BCE in present-day Louisiana, nomadic indigenous peoples started building earthwork mounds in North America nearly 1000 years before the pyramids were constructed in Egypt.

Since the 19th century, the prevailing scholarly consensus has been that the mounds were constructed by Indigenous peoples of the Americas, early cultures distinctly separate from the historical Native American tribes extant at the time of European colonization of North America. The historical Native Americans were generally not knowledgeable about the civilizations that produced the mounds. Research and study of these cultures and peoples has been based on archaeology and anthropology.
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the tricky part is this
early settlers on a quest to discover new jerusalem decided that the artifacts and monuments they discovered could never have been constructed by indigenous americans
nor where these early settlers aware of anything pre hebrew within history
as example sumerian language was not discovered until

By 1850, however, Edward Hincks (1792–1866) came to suspect a non-Semitic origin for cuneiform
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

thus these early settlers translated what they discovered into this:

The Mound Building Hopewell

The identity of the mound builders of the Ohio Valley, those subsequently referred to as Hopewell after a farm where some of their artifacts were found, has long been a mystery. Yet by studying recent DNA markers it has been determined that they were the Cherokee, a southern branch of the New York Iroquois. The Iroquois have ties which go back to the Point Peninsula people who lived in New York between 500 B.C. and 400 A. D., a people who, with the aid of the Book of Mormon, can be tied to the Nephites, Mulekites, Zoramites, and Ishamelites—all of Hebrew origins.

A northern tier of mound-builders lived in southern Ontario where thousands of Nephites moved after fleeing the tensions rising in Zarahemla in the century before Christ. These early predecessors of the Ojibway tribes extended their villages from the borders of Quebec westward to Minnesota. Others moved south along both sides of the Mississippi where they traded with still others of their brethren who followed the Allegheny River from southwestern New York to the Ohio, then the Wabash River into Indiana, and from there into Illinois where they became known as the Illinois Hopewell. ..................
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[link to www.bookofmormonlands.com]
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hi
Hi Aether~!
Its upsetting to me because they
hardly talk about the significance of these
artifacts, and attribute them to a culture
that appeared much Later than their origination.
What exactly do they Gain by Hiding the
Truth of Artifacts, the mounds, and the culture
from which they came?
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came across a slide of the Temple Lot in
Independence, Jackson County Missouri
Temple Lot
The Temple Parcel Today.

"The early visions of Zion called for twenty-four temples. Thus far, three have been attempted (counting the original church’s dedication and a Hedrickite attempt in the 1920s) and one has been completed. The LDS Church’s recent decision to avoid building its new metropolitan Kansas City temple on its portion of the Temple Parcel makes it unlikely there will be any more Latter Day Saint temples in Zion in the near future.
But who knows what the far future will bring?"
[link to bycommonconsent.com]
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This is going nowhere SLOWLY!
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Sorry to interrupt the thread LePalma but I need to ask you something that might not even pertain to you but I'm trying to remember whos thread I talked about the Jerusalem UFO on jan 28 and something to do with Utah. Was that one of your threads ?
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I don't think it was on my thread---was it
the Illuminati thread? not sure, I'll check.
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Last Jan 28th we saw the Jerusalem UFO above the Temple Mount
Thread: Last Jan 28th we saw the Jerusalem UFO above the Temple Mount
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I found this Abe, is this what you are talking about?
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