Hopewell Sioux Mound Builders Earthworks Discovered in Chillicothe, Ohio

Ancient American, Sioux Mound Builders Earthworks Discovered in Chillicothe, Ohio

A Hopewell Sioux Earthwork has been discovered in Chillicothe, Ohio.  The earthworks was one of four that were all 250 feet in diameter.  Henges of 250 were generally aligned to the the Equinox sunrise.

Henge group located of a terrace of a hill above Water Street in downtown Chillicothe, Ohio. A thorough  investigation of the city has yet to be done, but it is believed that there are more remnants of earthworks in the City.

Remnant of one of the small 250 foot diameter henges is still visible in this lawn overlooking Water Street.

Another group of Hopewell Sioux henges located in Chillicothe, Ohio that were 250 feet in diameter. This group has not been located, but may still be visible.  Many other works around Chillicothe were also 250 feet.  Certain evidence that the Ancient American Mound Builders were using mathematics to construct the many works in this area.



Article is from "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley."