BRIAN GHILLIOTTI: HADDAM-CHESTER, CT: POSSIBLE LITHIC COMPLEX: TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT THE BEDROCK STONE (SNAKE HEAD)?
BRIAN GHILLIOTTI: HADDAM-CHESTER, CT: POSSIBLE LITHIC COMPLEX: DISCERNING PURPOSE OF FLAT STONE
BRIAN GHILLIOTTI: HADDAM-CHESTER, CT: POSSIBLE LITHIC COMPLEX: MORE EXPLORING ON THE N-S LITHIC RIDGE LINE. I ALSO DISCOVER ANOTHER STANDING EDGE FLAT STONE.
BRIAN GHILLIOTTI: HADDAM-CHESTER, CT: POSSIBLE LITHIC COMPLEX: DISCOVERING A FLAT STONE, ROCK SHELTER, STRANGE WEATHERING PATTERNS
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam-Chester, CT: Possible Lithic Complex: Discovering A Possible Snake Effigy. The group of four stones lies in a rough 60-240 azimuth. The "bedrock" resembles a snake head.
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam-Chester, CT: Figuring Out the Possible Purpse of the Flat Rock.
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut: Alignment Boulder 1 In Front of Alignment Boulder 2.
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: Perched Stone
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: Perched Stone Glacial Boulder Erratic. Otherwise known as "Alignment Boulder 5".
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: More Alignment Boulder 6 Footage
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: Erratic Perched Stone Near Alignment Boulder 6
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: Crude, Stone Dressing: Part of a Boundary Line?
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut Lithic Site: Cairn Near Alignment Boulder 6
Brian Ghilliotti: Haddam, Connecticut, Lithic Site: A Well Built Stone Wall
Brian Ghilliotti: Investigating A Strangely Aligned Pair of Three Glacial Erratics Along CT RT 9S. I had to return early due to a lack of iPhone battery power.
In this video I discuss the irony between perceptions of Native American Iroquois as savages and the influence their tribal constitution had on the drafting of the US Constitution. Brian Ghilliotti
The moderate Iriquois leaders tried to maintain tribal neutrality, but the extremists in both pro US and British factions marginalized them...this factionalization process was independent of European manipulation. However, the Europeans took advantage of both factions as proxies. Brian Ghilliotti
I discuss the battle from the perspective of the Iroquois Confederacy. The battle of Oriskany was truly an infantryman’s battle. Please see @ 16:40 of the following link:
Iroquois motive for scalping was probably more financial than a desire to be blood thirsty. Please see @17:35 of following link:
@1:40 : meant to say “...they will want their piece of Syria for whatever role they [suppodedly] played in helping destroy ISIS.”
@ 5:15 : Said “coalition under Obama.” Meant to say “coalition now under Trump.”
@ 11:33 : Meant northwest
China has deployed forces there since it fears Turkey is using the area to host Pan Turkish extremist minorities from Western China. They also see this as an opportunity to get their foot in the door in the Middle East to promote their wider regional agendas.
Concerning French support of Afrin Kurds:
The Syrian Kurds have seized many of Syria’s western oil fields; they will not relinquish them in an autonomy deal:
Turkey may deflect criticism of its support for Sunni extremists in Idlib by blaming it on Saudi Arabia and Israel, whom they will claim are using supply networks in Lebanon controlled by Sunni extremists seeking sanctuary there.
The Clinton-Obama shadow government will do what it can to continue illegally supporting Turkish efforts backing anti-Assad militias in the Idlib region.
Let us see if it ends in stalemate, like eastern Ukraine.
Here I examine the various glacial erratics and other anomalies found along a ridge leading up to the Gungywamp Site. Brian Ghilliotti
Brian Ghilliotti: Here I speak out against evidence of expanding suburbs into an undisturbed land area near at public water reservoir area on state land. The only thing separating the state land where the public drinking water reservoir is located from the proposed development area is a single dirt road, which will probably be paved if things go ahead. The pond I refer later in the video is Pameacha Pond in Middletown. Please also see: https://imgur.com/gallery/KQgwvii
Here I find a strange alignment of stones in a due south direction. Brian Ghilliotti
I walked past the stone cairns and noted this massive cliff edge stone. I did not have enough battery power left to record it. It has a horizontally oriented stone, at the same height, propped up by leaning against the main rock you initially saw. You might be able to see this backend stone toward the upper right hand corner of the stone image. Like it was thinly sliced downwards towards it back end, as if it were a pice of cheese. Quarrying? Would have been a massive pain in the ass to take any stone chunks down from that elevation. Brian Ghilliotti
I discover another alignment of stone cairns that seem to be aligned with the corner of the stone wall enclosure that I recently explored, designated with a glacial boulder and a small stone pile placed on top (see previous video). Brian Ghilliotti
I explore more stone walls in the area, and wonder why would anyone want to wall off extremely rocky land and could not be developed without modern earth moving equipment (and I hope it never does get developed). Also spot more stone piles. Brian Ghilliotti
Did a colonial farmer decide to be an artistic landscaper? Or was this here before, and some kind of effigy? I also find evidence of modern stonework. Brian Ghilliotti
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This channel will be used to place video recordings of my travels. Brian Ghilliotti