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Evidence of Ancient Sites in Tennessee

Evidence of Ancient Sites in Tennessee

LoveTNLife.com — Knoxville, TN 6/16/2023 — There are not stone megaliths or pyramids in Tennessee, or are there?  Recently we posted an exclusive on unusual stone structures at Black Mountain Trailhead, TN (Near an FAA [NSA] surveillance facility).  Now we have learned of a potential site that was flooded with the creation of Norris Lake by the TVA, as referenced by 1935 work called “A Temple in Tennessee.”  This forgotten site is right in our backyard, but gets little attention.  But it’s not totally forgotten, as referenced by Ancient Pages website:

The Egyptian Temple assertion was made solely on the speculations of a respected British manuscript curator after he saw a photo of the excavated mound in the “New York Times” in 1934.

The British curator, J. Rendel Harris, was a respected biblical scholar and was 82 years old when he saw the newspaper photo. He was very impressed by the photo he saw in the newspaper article describing a site that had been excavated in Tennessee.  In 1935 he published a brief article about it entitled, “A Temple in Tennessee,” as part of essays he routinely issued.

Much earlier in his life Harris had become convinced that Egyptians visited America well before Columbus.  He thought that they initially visited the Bahamas and eventually moved into the Gulf of Mexico and up the Mississippi.

There are other anomalies.  Just north of Lake Norris, which is an artificial lake created by the Norris Dam, there appears to be a perfectly rectangular basin which intuitively resembles a big bathtub, or reservoir for water.  The Cherokee were mound builders, but they would not have been able to build such large hills.  But even today, when new development breaks ground in East Tennessee, mounds are used in this fashion to separate housing from freeways, for example.  Mound walls are used as fence alternatives in many TN communities, or to ‘top off’ a hill.  Furthermore, in such terrain, it’s easy to hide things (by simply covering with the hard clay soil that quickly becomes like a rock..).

Take a look at this Google Maps of the area:

Now look at the rectangle overlay:

Interestingly, on the bottom of the rectangle in the above photo, is a place called “Little Egypt” that seems to be a ‘release’ for the reservoir.  Of course, this may all be a coincidence, but if we triangulate this data, there seems to be a pattern emerging of Ancient civilizations in Tennessee.  To be clear, most of these sites don’t even qualify as ‘ruins’ they are just unusual rocks.  However, the one site that does look like a “Temple” is now at the bottom of Lake Norris.

Combining these locations with other sites we have researched in the East Tennessee area, we see a pattern:

Huntsville, AL at the end of this channel is interestingly home to NASA.  The area labeled ‘cave country’ has the highest concentration of known caves anywhere in USA.

Let us not forget these sites surround Oak Ridge, TN the place where the Atomic bomb was created, which was for several years the most important site in the world.  One would think that location was chosen for a reason, and it’s not just because of mountains (there are many mountainous states including Colorado, Nevada, California, just to name a few.)

Here’s another article on the Cox mound, and it’s approximate location:


This topic is clearly not being investigated, we are going to exploring and post the results here – stay tuned!

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