Serpent Mound Discovered in Indiana

Indiana's Serpent Mound
Indiana's Serpent Mound was constructed in a zig-zag  pattern.  It's length and width is similar to the famous Serpent Mound in Ohio.

   Revealed in the book "The Nephilim Chronicles; A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley" is one of Indiana's greatest prehistoric finds. The serpent mound is unprotected in a field and s not even recognized as a historic site.  Along with the Serpent Mound, 84 mound and earthworks sites can still be seen in Indiana.
   "University archaeologists have taken their toll on Indiana's antiquities," says Fritz Zimmerman the discoverer of the 2000 year old serpent mound located in southeast Indiana.  "The serpent mound should be protected from archaeological excavations, and preserved."  " I am sure that Indiana archaeologists are thrilled that I spent 13 years, investigating over 400 burial mound and earthworks sites in Indiana. The Indiana university archaeologist just received a grant for $200,000 to locate the remaining burial mound and earthworks in the State, or in essence, to basically read my book."
   Zimmerman described the Indiana Serpent Mound, "It is different than the famous Serpent Mound in Ohio in that it was laid out in a zig zag pattern.  Luckily, an identical serpent mound was diagrammed in Warren County, Ohio.  The bends in the serpents body, no doubt align to various solar, lunar and celestial events as its counterpart in Ohio."
  As far as the preservation of the serpent mound, Zimmerman says, "We can hope that private funding can purchase the mound so it does not become "summer school"for Indiana archaeologists. With the tens of thousands of people that visit the Serpent Mound in Ohio, it would be a good investment."  It would be a good investment for the State of Indiana as well, yet they have only recognized 2 of the 85 mound and earthwork sites in Indiana."

An identical Serpent Mound as that in Indiana,  was once located in Warren County, Ohio.

Indiana's Serpent Mound from "The Nephilim Chronicles; A Travel Guide to the ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley."  Despite photographing the Serpent in freezing fog the serpents body can be seen to the left turning back in the opposite direction.

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