History 2 channel 에서 보여주는 America Unearthed 에서 보고 알았는데, Texas주 RockwaLL County의 지하에 20 Square miles에 해당하는 WALL이 있다 한다. 그 origin에 대해 아직 밝혀내지 못했다 하는데..
아래 그에 관련한 내용을 소개한다. 초기의 발견내용에서 보는 비디오에서 보는 바에 의하면 그리고 아래 3번째 사진을 보면 그 축성기술이 과거 고구려, 백제의 축성법과 유사한 면을 보여 준다.
America Unearthed 에서 대담한 바에 의하면 아즈텍제국의 Home이 Texas주, 캘리포니아주, 오클라호마 주 등을 포함하고 있는 지도가 1850년대에 있었는데(실제 지도를 보여줌), 미-멕시코전쟁이후 이러한 기록이 그 이후 지도에서 사라졌다 한다. 멕시코 아즈텍제국이 한민족과 관련되어 있다는 것은 이미 손성태교수에 의해 많이 주장되고 있다. (본 블로그에도 소개했다)
THE MYSTERY OF THE ROCK WALL....Page 22
Immense Rock Wall Gave Rockwall, Texas Its' name
Back in the mid-1850's an immense, mostly buried rock wall encompassing an area of up to 20 square miles was discovered at Rockwall, Texas?or so it was named after the discovery. People of that time up and up to today thought it was the remnants of some ancient, long lost civilization. Current day geologists, generally believe that it is simply a geological feature though they are short on a theory or mechanism for its creation. Scientists in a knee-jerk fashion often label these types of phenomena ?natural?.
The rock wall is a rectangular structure approximately 3.5 miles wide by 5.6 miles long encompassing almost 20 square miles.
This fascinating and unusual structure after which Rockwall, Texas was named poses some significant questions:
Is this wall natural or artificial?
The Discovery of the "Rock Wall"
Of the early settlers, there were three Newcomers, T.U. Wade, B.F. Boydston and a Mr. Stevenson that had arrived to establish a farming community. In 1852, T.U. Wade and his family began building their house on the east side of the east fork of the Trinity River valley near the western edge of the present townsite of Rockwall which is just north of today's Highway 66.
In the process of digging the homestead well, Mr. Wade hit a stone formation. Further digging and investigation discovered a "rock wall" below the surface which ran at an extended length.
At the time, Stevenson, Boydston and Wade were at odds with each other, each wanting to name the town after themselves. On the discovery of the "rock wall" they decided to name the town Rockwall and resolve their differences. (J.Glenn, 1950)
Even though the "rock wall" at that time had outcroppings around the area that stood two to three feet tall with their capstones in place, no connection had been made to the extent and scope of this fence-like appearance much less at being an actual wall.
The following is information gathered from Mary Pattie (Wade) Gibson, granddaughter of T.U. Wade, founder of the wall at the Rockwall County Historical Foundation. She described the additional digging her grandfather and other men did at the homesite.
She told of an incident in 1906 of two unidentified men digging out the corridor which had apparently been filled with erosion. Their intent was to reach a room or cavity under the town which would be full of gold, apparently derived in part from Indian legend.
The ceiling of the corridor had steep slopes (describing a Gothic type arched ceiling, much like the Mayans built), and the further into the corridor the two men excavated the steeper the slope of the ceiling became, consequently, the men fearful of a structural failure abandoned their search for gold.
Mary Pattie Gibson also spoke that her grandfather's exploration of the wall, discovered on the outside, the wall went straight down. On the inside she described the wall going down to about forty feet, curves inward and becomes much thicker.
This sounded like a buttress effect that has been used to support high standing structures and implies direction and transfer of liveloads.
Additional information provided by the daughter of the late Mr. Deweese, an early settler of Rockwall, who described a doorway with a diagonal shaped stone in the wall at the Wade residence on Highway 66. This portion of the wall was open to visitors from 1936 until the late 1940's, and was consequently back filled because of dangerous structural conditions.
Artists conception of a part of the wall-from photos.
Mr. Henry Squires, a native of Rockwall and an accomplished historian to the area identified an outcropping of the wall on a county road in the northeast portion of Rockwall County. Here a well had been dug in 1897 by Mr. Deweese, assisted by Mr. T.H. Meredith. The well was dug on the outside of the wall (the east side of the east perimeter wall).
Before digging the well, they dug a shaft through a cross section of this larger wall, but the stones were wet and so heavy, after about thirty feet, they abandoned the work of drawing the stones out of the shaft.
They directed the remainder of the shaft to the outside of the wall to complete a well. At about thirty- five feet down they discovered an almost perfect square opening through the wall, which has been referred to as a "window."
The opening was two feet square, in a two foot section of the wall. The total depth of the shaft was forty-two feet, but they did not find the bottom of the structure. (J.Glenn, 1950).
In 1949, a Mr. Sanders of Fort Worth, Texas, did an excavation of the wall. From this excavation four large stones were brought up with the largest weighing approximately two tons. On these stones were found inscriptions with what appear to be pictographs.
These extremely dense stones have been underground, therefore erosion has not been the cause of the designs on them, Moreover, there are no other stones or portions of the wall with inscriptions or diagrams that have been discovered to date. (J. Glenn, 1950)
There are other reports of doorways or windows found in the wall through the past 100 years such as reported in the Dallas Morning News, 5 November 1967 by Frank X. Tolbert, "Back in the 1920's, T.H. Meredith said a well was dug on his farm just east of the town of Rockwall, and Mr. Meredith declared that the digging went along side a masonry wall which seemed to have an arch over a doorway or window."
Quotes from scientists who are presently involved with or have inspected the excavation and research to date of effort to expose the "Rockwall":
source : OOPARTS (out of place artifacts) & Ancient High Technology
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