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Message Subject SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri
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St.louis the City of the Sun & Gateway to the stars by - Chad Stumeke

In the heartland of America there is an out of this world piece of real estate that still radiates with cosmic energies to this very day. Located in southern Illinois, just outside of modern day St. Louis is the ancient sacred landscape known today as Cahokia Mounds, also referred to as the City of the Sun. The Mississippian culture that is believed to have occupied this area flourished from approximately 800A.D. to 1300 A.D. boasting a population upwards of 20,000 during it’s peak (a larger urban center than London during this period of time). The original site contained around 120 earthen mounds covering over an area of six square miles. In 1982 Cahokia was designated a World Heritage site by (UNESCO) in hopes of preserving and protecting the 80 or so mounds that still remain. According to archeologists as well as the Cahokia interpretive center, the precise reason for the disappearance of this civilization still remains a mystery.
There have been numerous articles written on The Cahokian people, who were they? where did they come from? and where did they go? Today we're going to take a look at Cahokia from a slightly different perspective. We’re going to take a step back, or up, and view Cahokia through a birds-eye view. Rather than focusing on just the Cahokians themselves, we will examine some of the symbolism they left behind within their layout of the landscape as well as some of the ancient relics discovered within the mounds. If we ever wish to truly understand this lost culture, a good first step is to take a look at their beliefs and how they incorporated them into the landscape, their culture, and even the time-capsule like relics they left behind
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