Visual Tour of the Serpent Mounds in the Ohio Valley

     Take a visual tour of the remaining Serpent Mounds in the Ohio Valley. There are far more than the famous Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio.  Serpent mounds existed in Warren County, Ohio with an identical counterpart near Holton, Indiana that can still be seen.
   The Serpent was symbolic of the sun, where it was incorporated into the construction of henges and hilltop ceremonial centers.  The Serpent was also the consort of the Earth Mother and was part of mound and earthwork complexes where it was seen as a protector of the dead.
   See never before Serpent Mounds in this short video.  For directions to these sites, "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley"

  Knowing what you are viewing at an ancient site will enhance and enrich your visit. When you travel to the Ohio Valley you are going into "The Land of the Serpents" they are everywhere represented in the earthworks. Also when visiting sites, know and be able to spot, the natural features that dictated that these be "Sacred Landscapes."
  The most popular earthwork site in Ohio is the famous Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio. Yet there are discernible Serpent effigies at many of the sites to visit.

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Ohio's Great Serpent Mound Visitors Guide

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Serpent Mound Discovered in Indiana

Serpent Effigy and Indian Fort Wisconsin

Possible Serpent Effigies in Waukesha County, Wisconsin

Serpent Mound and Burial Mounds in Chicago, Illinois

Adena Serpentine Enclosure in Hamilton County, Ohio

Ohio Mounds: Adena Hilltop Serpentine Enclosure in Hamilton County

Serpent Mound in Peebles, Ohio and its Ancient Symbolism