On The Trail of the Nephilim Ep 2 Mathematical Mysteries of the Moundbuilders

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Episode 2 on Mound Builders continues to pile on the evidence that the historical narrative we’ve been fed has nothing to do with reality. Those who predated the Indians were far more advanced and what they left behind seems to point back to the trail the Nephilim left behind!
– Matt Brunet

We have long been taught that giants are the stuff of children’s fairy tales and mythology. Marzulli’s well-documented research challenges the intellectually honest to take a fresh look at this nebulous part of human history.
– Dorothy Easley, Professor of Mathematics

We have long been taught that giants are the stuff of children’s fairy tales and mythology. Marzulli’s well-documented research challenges the intellectually honest to take a fresh look at this nebulous part of human history.
– Dorothy Easley
Professor of Mathematics

The history of North America is much more complex than the traditionally-accepted history being presented within mainstream academia. Rather than explore significant issues and contradictions within the traditional narrative, however, many within the academic establishment are attempting to deny, ridicule, and in some instances outright destroy evidence that suggests an ancient and highly-developed civilization once roamed the hills and valleys of what is now the United States. L.A. Marzulli asks the hard questions and exposes the profound reality that the ancient Native Americans were not alone.
– Mark Conn

The research on this matter as presented in the film is professional and, in my opinion, one of the best ever on the subject of ancient mounds and mound building.
– Rick Woodward

Great Work L.A., you make a very compelling case! Interesting how the technical people in the show came up with the same analysis as me.
– Todd Willis

Evaporates our fabricated viewpoint that the ancients were primitive people, ill-equipped to use technology and that they have the means to return again.
– Richard Shaw

Well done, thought-provoking documentary that relies heavily on science and historical documentation to make a strong case for a controversial subject being a reality.
– Jim Vieira

L.A. Marzulli has done it again in this 2nd Episode exposing the tenuous conventional explanations as to the origins of the mounds. He addresses the mathematical anomalies in a way that is both compelling and visually impressive. The evidence speaks for itself.
– Mondo Gonzales

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