Perceptions, Pinnacles, Palisades, Pillars, and Pyramids – With Video of Post at the End

We are surrounded by, and living on top of, the infrastructure of an Advanced Ancient Civilization.

When I moved to Oklahoma from Fairbanks, Alaska, in 2012, I looked up information on nearby sacred sites on Oklahoma to go visit, and at that time really thought they were places I had to drive far to see.  I have learned, in my life’s journey of uncovering this evidence, it is hidden in plain sight, in that it is literally just outside our front doors, in our back yards, in our neighborhoods, especially in our parks, and on our highway and road systems.

On our highway and road systems?  Yes, most definitely!

But, but, but – Department of Transportation Civil Engineers!

I am going to show you why I think the DOT Civil Engineers laid out the road system directly on top of what were ancient transportation systems – whether canals or land-roads – and built bridges on-top of temples/earthworks.

I have selected the best pictures I can find to illustrate these points:

First, bridges on top of temples.  This computer generated image shows a very geometric-looking earthwork.  In real life, I saw the same perfect geometry countless upon countless times where bridges cross highways.  More on this observation as I go.

OK Highway 2

This would be an example of a bridge crossing a highway on top of  two symmetric, same height earthworks.  So, Michelle, the highway department built that, right?

Highway Bridge 1

Well, here’s the problem I have with that.

The same beautiful embankments/earthworks  occur everywhere,where the sides of the highways are symmetrical and sometimes quite high for very long distances.  Why would any road construction project, which would be on a budget,  take more time to make everything perfect and geometric, and sometimes quite high,  over a long distance, than less?

Here’s another example to show you beautifully rounded curvatures and shapes beside a highway.  Road construction costs and plus the cost of building earth embankments, and stay on budget?  This is not an isolated example by any means.

Ok highway 4

There are so many examples where you see places where cuts had to be blasted stone through to get the road through.  Pay really close attention to these places the next time you drive on a highway, because they have blasted  through ancient infrastructure.  In many cases, blocks of masonry are clearly visible if you understand what it really is.

Stone Cuts

They also built roads around ancient infrastructure.

This is a picture that was taken on Highway 123, on what is called the Pig Trail which goes through the Ozark National Forest in Arkansas.  I had a first-hand experience of this.  I travelled on this road  in 2016.  I took a week-end trip to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, from Oklahoma City.  I saw a lot of evidence of the Ancient Civilization, from the time I left OKC, on my drive there, as well as in Eureka Springs.  Then, I decided to take Highway 123 to Interstate 40 to get home.  It is the road less travelled, and I am glad that I took it because of what I saw and experienced.  The Pig Trail is notorious for it’s extreme switchback turns.  The reason for the extreme angles of these sections is the road is this:

Pig Trail Ozarks Hwy 123 (1)
Pig Trail,Highway 123, Ozark National Forest, Arkansas

For long distances along this route, there are sheer walls like in this picture, so they had to build the road to circumvent long distances of massive stone walls.

Now, since we are  in Arkansas, this is a nice segue into the cover-up code word of Pinnacles.  I am showing you more examples of the many ways they have hidden this vast ancient civilization right in front of our eyes.  This has taken place, not just in North America, but all over the world.

Here is my first “Pinnacle” experience.  Just a little bit west of Little Rock, near Natural Steps, is Pinnacle Mountain State Park.  Alert:  Code words, code words –  Natural Steps, located right near there, is a give-away too!

Do you see what I see in this picture?  I hope so, because that is what it looks like.

Pinnacle mountain

And there are two more pyramids, that are not part of the state park, and to which access is completely cut-off – there is no way you can get to them, and to see them, you would have to do it by boat from the Yacht club near by on the Arkansas River, or climb to the top of this Pinnacle Mountain.  Otherwise, the only other way to see them is to view them from the Visitors’ Center Observation Deck on a relatively clear day, like this photo I managed to take here.

Pinnacle Mtn. et al.jpg

Get the picture?

This is where you have to piece the truth together in other ways, because there is no way you are going to be able to find a reference to pyramids in Arkansas, anywhere!  Ever!!

If you are interested in delving further, here is a link to a Wikipedia article on Natural Steps, Arkansas, and please read between the lines  as you read it.  Further down the article is a section called “Masonic Stone” that is particularly significant.  This clue and others are contained in this link:  Natural Steps, Arkansas – Wikipedia.

Next, in Arizona, this is a picture of Pinnacle Peak, in the Fountain Hills area just outside of Phoenix.  Note the masonry blocks, and as well how the different features of this ancient site are given cutesy names.  Nothing intentional to see here.   All natural.  Yea, Right.

Pinnacle Peak

Next is a picture of Pinnacle Mountain in South Carolina:

Pinnacle Mt SC

Pinnacles National Park, which is near Hollister, California:

Pinnacle CA

And, while there are more Pinnacles to show you, I will leave you with an images from The Pinnacles of Victoria, Australia on the left which bear a resemblance to the more well-known standing stones of Carnac in Brittany, France, on the right.

The Pinnacles - Carnac


On to Palisades.

The Code:  A Palisade is defined as a line of lofty steep cliffs, usually along a river.

So, for example, here are the famous Palisades of New Jersey and New York, along the Hudson River:

Palisades - Hudson River, NY & NJPalisades - Hudson River 2

Looks pretty uniform in height, and flat on top, doesn’t it?

Next,  these are The Cove Palisades in Oregon.   Really flat top there as well.

Cove Palisades, OR

These are pictures taken at the Mississippi Palisades State Park in Illinois.


And a photo taken at Palisades State Park in South Dakota:

Palisades State Park, SD

Also at Palisade State Park in Utah.  The top photo was taken at the golf course there, showing the ancient stone-work, and the flat top.

The bottom is the oldest operating Mor-mon Temple in Utah.  Please note the earthwork that it is built upon, and the Moorish-style architecture of the building, including the towers, onion domes, and ornate-stylings.

Toshiba Digital CameraPalisades State Park, UT - Oldest Operating LDS Temple

Lastly, here are the Pinnacles at Mt. Rainier National Park in Washington State.  You can certainly still see there are ancient shaped stones at this site.

Boulders, you say?  Nope.  Boulders are a cover-up code word.

Palisades, Mt. Rainier

Now, on to Pillars.

These are the Lena River Pillars.  I found these following the alignment that left Alaska, crossed over between Nome, Alaska, and Uelen, Siberia, and then as it crossed Siberia on its way across the world.  These Pillars are accessible by river cruise near Tiksi in Siberia, before you get to Tabor in Siberia.

Lena River Pillars, Siberia

Here are the Pillars of Hercules in the island of Antigua in the West Indies:

Pillars of Hercules, Antigua

And then there are the really famous Pillars of Hercules.  The Rock of Gibraltar on the Island of Gibraltar is often referred to at the Pillars of Hercules, however, there may be one other pillar in North Africa, the identity of which is disputed between about 3 locations.  This is what the Rock of Gibraltar looks like:

Rock of Gibraltar

Rock of Gibraltar

Lastly, in this particular post, what does Pyramid refer to?  Besides the ones I have already showed you masquerading as something else, here are of few of the Pyramid Mountains that are out there:

Black Pyramid Mountain in Montana

Black Pyramid Mountain, MT

Pyramid Rock in Gallup, NM

Pyramid Rock, Gallup, NM

There are two Pyramid Mountains in New Jersey.  Tripod Rock is at the Pyramid Mountain in Kinnelon, New Jersey.  It is called a “glacial erratic,” the product of retreating glaciers during the Ice Age.  It consists of one huge rock, on top of three small rocks.

Pyramid Mt. NJ Tripod rock

Meanwhile, the same thing in New York State – called Balanced Rock, and also considered a Glacial Erratic, a product of the Ice Age’s retreating glaciers:

Balanced Rock, NY

Meanwhile in Great Britain, and other places around the world, this same stone configuration considered a dolmen.  A dolmen is defined as:  a prehistoric monument of two or more upright stones supporting a horizontal stone slab found especially in Britain and France:

Dolmen in Britain\

This seems rather inconsistent to put it mildly….

 Pyramid in Antarctica.

Wait a minute, what?

Pyramid Mountains in Antarctica

Well, stuff’s been burbling up about Antarctica on the Internet these days.  You might want to check it out to get caught up.

In the meantime, Kiril, the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox church, has visited Antarctica in recent years, apparently to minister to penguins;

Pyramids - Kiril in Antarctica

and former Secretary of State John Kerry visits there as well (his jacket patch depicts the continent of Antarctica in this photo).

Pyramids of Ant - world leaders

I am going to leave you with these unacknowledged pyramids.  The following photos, and graphic depiction, are taken of Jerome, site of an ancient copper mine,  not too far from Sedona, and are part of what are called the Black Hills in Arizona:









Author: Michelle Gibson

I firmly believe there would be no mysteries in history if we had been told the true history. I intend to provide compelling evidence to support this. I have been fascinated by megaliths most of my life, and my journey has led me to uncovering the key to the truth. I found a star tetrahedron on the North American continent by connecting the dots of major cities, and extended the lines out. Then I wrote down the cities that lined lined up primarily in circular fashion, and got an amazing tour of the world of places I had never heard of with remarkable similarities across countries. This whole process, and other pieces of the puzzle that fell into place, brought up information that needs to be brought back into collective awareness.

2 thoughts on “Perceptions, Pinnacles, Palisades, Pillars, and Pyramids – With Video of Post at the End”

  1. I’ve just found your page within the last few days and after checking out a few assorted articles I’ve started back at the beginning to read through them in order. This one especially got me thinking because I’ve been to Pinnacle Overlook at the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park countless times while traveling between Indiana and Tennessee to visit family. It’s made me want to go back ASAP and look at it through the lens you’ve described here. A big portion of the area is angle-topped hillside/mountainside. There’s even a small pyramid with a missing capstone to mark “Daniel Boone’s Trail”!

    Of similar note are the “Chimney Tops” peaks in the Smoky Mountains.


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