Ancient Signposts (cont.)
By Arthur Faram
research into my family history eventually led me to an ancient
mystery that involved the Newport Tower in Newport, RI USA. There
were two controversies brewing about the Tower at the time. They were
the questions of who built the tower, and why it was built.
Newport Tower, and the presumed date of construction, correlated with
the information which I had gathered while researching my family
history. Using the information I had gathered, and with Geometry
being my favorite math, I applied these principles to solving the
mystery of the Newport Tower. In solving the Newport Tower mystery I
was also led to the mystery of the Kensington Runstone in Kensington,
Minnesota. In the process I learned that the Tower and the Stone were
mutually supporting. The solutions to these two mysteries can be
found in the book.
was while solving these two puzzles that I learned that there was
more to the geometric principles, used in these solutions, than
simply solving the Tower and the Stone mysteries. By applying the
same geometrical principals to other monuments, such as Stonehenge in
the UK, the Yonaguni Pyramid in Japan, the Pyramids of China, and
many other monoliths, it was learned that our ancestors had left a
worldwide network of geoglyphs that revealed an amazing story of
worldwide knowledge, and exploration of the world, as far back as
10,000 BC and longer.
It was then that I begin the
arduous task of applying these principles, first to known and dated
monoliths such as Stonehenge, and then, as they were discovered, to
geoglyphs around the world. The name given to this emerging science
is the product of Geoglyphology, which unlocked the true history of
the ancient peoples of the world in a way that has never been done
before, that is presented in “Ancient
It is necessary that the reader understand the evolving science of
Geoglyphology and how that field, and the associated symbols, relate
to the book. You will realize, as you read through the book, that
information gained through Geoglyphology has the ability to rewrite
history, as we know it.
our research it was discovered that down through time civilizations
have secretly passed down a legacy of geoglyphs on the shores and
highlands of land masses around the world. A well known example,
which is presented in the book, is the geoglyphs of Nazca in Peru.
The reason the Nazca Lines and other geoglyphs were not discovered
until recently is that they are too large to be seen from the ground.
And so it is with most geoglyphs.
primary validations of the arguments contained in the book are
verified by researched, documented and dated monuments around the
world that have existed for millennia. Scholars have discussed and
speculated about many of these monuments for centuries, their true
purpose never having been discovered. Also included are heretofore
undiscovered geoglyphs that are now documented in the book. These
geoglyphs serve as historical signposts which document and date
ancient peoples, their territories and their movements around the
globe. Geoglyphs exist on every continent and many islands
around the world and range in age from the 10,000 year old Yonaguni
Pyramid in Japan, to the 250 year old streets of Washington, DC
recovered from these studies includes obtaining the geographical
range of the culture being studied, the level of sophistication that
existed in relation to their understanding of mathematics and
geometry, their knowledge of world geography, the discovery of other
archeological sites that were unknown prior to the studies, and the
dating of the culture itself by the data collected offsite locations
identified at the dig site.