Ohio's Forgotten Serpent Mound: Dedicated to the Sun god Ra

Ohio's Forgotten Serpent Mound: Dedicated to the Sun god Ra

   The symbolism depicted in the Butler County, earthwork is nearly identical to that of the ancient Egyptians who used the winged serpent solar disc to represent the Sun god Ra.  The general definition of the image is the of the duality of nature; good and evil.
   Why is it in Ohio?  In the 15th century B.C. the accounted giants, known as the Amorites invaded and took control of Egypt.  It is believed that they worshiped the Sun god Ra.  At this same time, the Amorites were exploiting the copper from the Upper Great Lakes.
   This part of the earthwork is perfectly preserved and and be seen in Rentschler Forest Preserve in Butler County, Ohio.