Monday, August 13, 2012

Mysteries Beneath Our Noses: Rock Lake Pyramids

Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Seems like a nice summer getaway? A place to go fishing? Not usually associated with an unexplained mystery, but it is.

Pyramid structures underwater are  believed to have been built by the ancient Aztalan natives long ago when the lake level was down. A diver said this:

"I'd say the first one is about eight feet high, 12 to 15 feet wide and more than 100 feet long. The second is 10 to 20 feet south of the first and about the same width, with a steeper slant to the sides, and is shorter in length...They look to be the same height and exactly north and south on a compass alignment...One is exactly like 'the loaf-of-bread pyramid' Kennedy described ( adiver in 1970)...The area of rocks looks like a tent-shaped pyramid, collapsed."

I don't know about y'all, but I love archaeology and anthropology. I grew up digging up relics and the history of the estate where we lived. I have many questions about those who left behind remains. It's sometimes like they reach out trying to tell us by what they leave behind....

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