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Message Subject SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri
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Look into the story of the moundbuilders who created one of the least known civilisations of the earth right where St Louis is now.

Most people know about 'the' Cahokia mounds near East St Louis -- there is a park there with some existing mounds -- but over the centuries, between approximately 800AD to 1400AD the moundbuilders built dozens of cities on both sides of the Mississippi.

They were the center of a trading empire which reached from the Great Lakes to Mexico, from the state of Mississippi to Oklahoma.

The river itself has shifted course many times there.

Millions of people lived in ancient cities in what is now the St Louis area -- and almost know one knows anything about them.

Start looking up "moundbuilders" and "Cahokia".
 Quoting: goodmockingbird


Thankyou mockingbird. I am very familar with these mounds and have been visiting Monks Mound ever since I was a small child. I didn't realize their importance and how significant they are to the planet untill just about 5 years ago. I agree they are important. I believe it's one of the most powerful places on the planet and that's why they have polluted east st.louis with strip clubs, drugs, porn theaters, toxic waste sites and factories with huge dirty smoke stacks and an abnormal amount of small airports seem to be in the area. I'm not sure what that's all about but the rest was planned for a reason I believe.
 Quoting: YOUCITY 1554286


I haven't been to Cahokia yet (pretty sad, since I live in SW MO atm) but when I was in college, my geography professor took us on a field trip to Clovis, NM, where we learned about the vast trading networks of 400-1500 years ago, possibly older. Clovis, NM is near the quarry where the flint for "Clovis points" (arrowheads) was excavated. It's unique to that area and Clovis points were found as far away as Cahokia, showing that trade did exist between people in the what-is-now NM area and people in the Cahokia area.

Interesting stuff! Thanks OP! hf
 Quoting: KimsThankful


Thanks Kim. Interesting story about Clovis NM with the quarry and arrowheads. Never heard of it before but I'll look into it , thanks. SW MO is an amazing place. So is NW Arkansas. I'm very interested and drawn to that region of the state. I love the Ozarks. When I start getting close to it while I'm driving , I can feel it. It's not anticipation it's something different.
 
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