To the LexiLine files for North America
I have added
showing how the Legend Rock site in Wyoming near Thermopolis fits exactly into the geodetic survey that I claim was made of North America (including what is today the USA) ca. 3000 BC. Indeed it is on a major survey line running through Cahokia.
[UPDATE 2006 - that graphic has since then been supplanted by cahokia 3.gif]
This again is a particularly gratifying proof for me since I was not aware of the Legend Rock site prior to Sammye's posting of it to this list. See her Legend Rock photos in the LexiLine Newsletter "Photos" file.
From this analysis we can see that Legend Rock marks the site of Ophiuchus in the geodetic survey by astronomy which the ancients made in the prehistoric era.
On the coasts,
the Indian mounds near Portland, Oregon on the West
and the Indian mounds of the Pee Dee River region on the East
(north of Charleston, South Carolina)
would seem to mark the ends of this line of survey.
It is a line which runs parallel to two other major survey lines in ancient America, as already previously discovered by me and posted to this list:
1) the line which runs from the Miami Circle, Florida, to Mount
Sano, Louisiana, to Clovis, New Mexico, and to ca. Palo Alto in
2) the line running from Montville, Connecticut through
Peterborough, Canada, from there on to Thunder Bay, and from there to
Whitehorse in the Yukon.
In addition, Thermopolis then marks the middle position between Clovis and ca. Saskatoon on one of the major vertical survey lines.
Put bluntly, Legend Rock fits perfectly into this previously discovered system.