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Julie Ryder at Tizer Dolmen
Julie Ryder at Star Fire Duolith
Ancient megalithic sites have been discovered in the state of Montana in the USA Towering dolmens, polygonal block granite walls, pyramid complexes and circular terraces rise above the forest floor. Stone art sculptures emerge from monoliths. Humongous carved blocks, some still standing upright, thrust up between the trees. Megalithic building structures extend over miles of high mountains and rolling hills in the wild lands of Montana in the USA.
We have discovered 77 megalithic sites ranging over 140 miles in one direction so far. Several sites have been verified by satellite deep geoscans.
MONTANA MEGALITHS RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT APRIL 7, 2017
Andrew Barker of Merlin Burrows announced: "We have undertaken an extensive deep scanning project and already it has shown huge amounts of data on the history of this area. Now some of the Montana Megalithic structures speak for themselves, others are a question of visual interpretation. But it is the combination of science, native myths and legends, glyphs, massive research and unquestionable images that lead to initial conclusions."
"Bingo! Montana Megalithic structures are incredible, vast, ancient, ever surprising, informative and real. The Merlin Burrows Team are delighted to be working alongside Julie Ryder and her team."
"Now we only know a fraction of the macro picture; but that is enough to understand the sites importance. The archaeologists will need many decades to formulate the micro picture. We must expect with a site of this scale that this could last into the next century."
"The core difference with most sites in the world is this is pure, untouched and raw. The surrounding environmental chaos (of tens of thousands of years) has to be separated when reviewing a target dolmen. Scanning helps; but many are on rock bases. So we needed to establish criteria for dolmen classification and mark the target accordingly." Andrew Barker