Hugh Newman - Megalithic Sites of New England, Global Earth Energies & Lake Titicaca
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August 28, 2011
Hugh Newman is an earth mysteries and esoteric science researcher who has authored two books. He also organizes the Megalithomania Conferences, co-edits Avalon Rising magazine and coordinates talks, films and workshops at numerous festivals. Hugh has travelled all over the Northeastern states of America which have a remarkable amount of megalithic structures with some that go back to over 4000 years. Vermont has numerous rock chambers and standing stones that form an archaeoastronomical complex over a broad area. New York State has a mix of earthen mounds, megalithic chambers and giant dolmens. New Hampshire boasts "America's Stonehenge." On the coast of Rhode Island, is the famous Dighton Rock, with bizarre petroglyphs. In Massachusetts, a strange "hill that roars" sits near a selection of megalithic chambers, cairns and mounds of ancient origin. New Jersey, Maine and Connecticut also have numerous ancient sites that cannot be explained by traditional archaeology of North America. In this interview, Hugh will talk about these sites and explore theories about them that present a new view of the origins of ancient America. In the second hour we discuss global Earth energy. First, we'll talk about the Rainbow Serpent and Plumed Serpent energy lines and where they meet, resulting in megaliths. Hugh discusses Robert Coon's work, which claimed there are only two places on the planet where these energy lines meet, Lake Titicaca and on the island of Bali. They continue to weave in and out of each other across the entire planet. Then, Hugh talks about other significant ley lines leading us to various major cities. The great ley arteries of the Earth connect one continental Earth chakra to another. We discuss the planetary chakras, their location and function. Like a bodily organ, Earth chakras are vital to the health of the world. We'll talk about what happens when these points are not allowed to flow as intended.