According to modern wisdom, humans evolved on Earth no earlier than two million years ago.
Yet many of these artifacts were made long before then. Could any of these anomalies have been the result of an advanced civilization once present on our planet?
A human-like tooth,three times normal size, was found in coal from a Montana mine.There is a recurring theme that many of the ancient relics have in common, that of being of such unwieldy proportions or sophistication, it is hard to believe that primitive human hands alone could have fashioned them.What we do know of the first recorded civilizations indicates they had a high degree of sophistication (even by todays standards) in many of the fledging arts and sciences we take for granted. Jean de la Bruyere INTRODUCTION There are many people today who take a great interest in our past and our history as a civilization.The planet on which we live has a number of mysterious and often enigmatic remnants and artifacts that continue to baffle many scientists and archaeologists.
Rain Table of Contents Introduction Deep Within The Archives There Were Giants on the Earth The Lovelock Giants Unusual Teeth and Bone Structures Anomalous Skeletons A Race of Dwarfs Ancient Mining Activity Underground Caverns and Tunnel Systems Smaller Tunnels Underground Cities Ancient Canals Artifacts Unearthed The Cogstones of the Topanga Culture Roman Relics of Arizona Elephant Slabs of New Mexico Inscriptions Unearthed Stairway to Nowhere Footprints in Stone The Coso Geode Our Cataclysmic Past They All Discovered America Underwater Structures Enigmatic Structures Mystery Walls Unusual Stone Structures Cahokia Mound Complex Beehive Caves Americas Stonehenge The Mima Mounds Ancient Settlements Rock Lake The Devils Playground Conclusion Individual Works Cited Other Works Cited (by State) Recommended Reading and Authors Cited Author Biography Index Lost Arts Media Catalog MYSTERYOFAMERICA: BOOK 1 ENIGMATIC MYSTERIES AND ANOMALOUS ARTIFACTS OF NORTH AMERICA: A CONNECTION TO THE ANCIENT PAST Presented by Tédd St.