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Who built the mysterious stone structures of the northeast United States? Some say it was the Native Americans, while others say the Vikings. A new theory that is gaining popularity is that the stone structures were constructed by European explorers from many countries who explored the northeast over a long period of time. They constructed standing stones to mark the seasons and holidays, they constructed large stone chambers for ritual purposes and perhaps on occasion used them as shelter. Finally they built large Dolman stones to mark the burial points of great leaders. Some say they were Greek explorers, some say Irish Christians and some even believe they were built by Atlantis after the fabled lost continent sank, The authors have spent years researching the myths, paranormal claims and the facts bringing you their five years of research to unveil the hidden builders of the stone chambers and other monuments of New England that have became part of Lost America

About the Author

PHILIP IMBROGNO has been investigating and researching paranormal phenomena for more than thirty years. Mr. Imbrogno has been a science educator for the past 25 years and has authored countless magazine articles, numerous newspaper columns, and eight books on science and the paranormal. He has appeared on such high profile shows such as The History channels Ancient Aliens, UFO Hunters, Dateline NBC, Good Morning America and the Regis and Kathy Lee show. Recently, the New York Times Published a feature story about his research concerning the mystery rocks of New England.
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MARIANNE HORRIGAN is a paranormal researcher whose articles have appeared in Fate and UFO Universe. She has been involved in research projects at the Bowman Observatory in Greenwich, Connecticut, and has co-authored several books with Philip Imbrogno.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Cosimo Books (September 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1596052252
  • ISBN-13: 978-1596052253
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #938,445 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Wow - let me tell you something, it pays to do a little research on the side before you prepare to review a book.

I was about to give this book, CELTIC MYSTERIES: WINDOWS TO ANOTHER DIMENSION IN AMERICA'S NORTHEAST maybe a "B" or perhaps something like a 4-out-of-5 rating - then I stumble on the "big news."

Apparently one of the authors, the prolific Philip J. Imbrogno, who is among the most respected paranormal researchers, is a fraud. That is, Imbrogno apparently has not only been "padding his resume" all these years, but also seems to have been lying about a lot of other life experiences as well - including having served in Vietnam as a member of an elite Special Forces unit.

Imbrogno claims no less that this:

Holds an undergraduate and graduate degrees in physics, astronomy and chemistry from the University of Texas and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2010, awarded a Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from MIT. Staff member of the McCarthy Observatory in New Milford, Connecticut, and is a founder and former director of the Astronomical Society of Greenwich, and former director of the Bowman Observatory.

But then well-known skeptic Lance Moody decided one day - apparently just for the heck of it - to see if he could verify Imbrogno's credentials with MIT. The folks at MIT professed to have never heard of him. They said they never graduated any Philip Imbrogno from anything.

To make a long story short, Imbrogno's credibility has been destroyed. He announced he is "leaving the paranormal field." The co-author of his latest book, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, announced on her web site that she has cut ties with Imbrogno, and also stated she was "blindsided" by the recent revelations.

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"Celtic Mysteries is indeed a grand mystery for those who enjoy reading about ancient peoples and the stone monuments and structures they left behind, while leaving little physical evidence that would explain who, what, when and why. Many of these structures are found not only in Ireland, England, Scotland and other parts of Europe but also the Near East, Central and South America. But, the subject of our story is found in our own back yard with locations in New York State (one near Sleepy Hollow) and several of the New England States (American Stonehenge in New Hampshire).
The investigations are conducted by science teacher Philip Imbrogno, a graduate of M.I.T., and Marianne Horrigan, a paranormal researcher. Both have published a number of diverse articles and books. Philip's scientific methods and Marianne's paranormal skills made for a good combination in this investigation. In addition, they researched museums, libraries and universities, as well as conducting interviews with archaeologist, local people, linguist and those who have been physically affected by forces in and around the stone chambers. Some of the questions presented by this investigation were: 1) What kind of structures? 2) Who built them? 3) When? 4) Type of stones used? and 5) Why???
Most of the structures are stone chambers along the lines of those found in Scotland, England and Ireland. Many are rectangular while others are oval or square. Those in Massachusetts differed from those in New York. Dolmen and standing stones, similar to those found in Ireland and the Near East (see the book of Joshua), were found and discussed. Other structures were the stone circles at America's Stonehenge.
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Quite a good book, but best read with Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty. Also along this line of inquiry, consider reading Civilization One and, by the same authors, Before the Pyramids.

Finally, Walter Cruttenden's amazing book, Lost Star of Myth and Time, is my favorite.

All five of these thoughtful books will make you think differently about the lost wisdom of past ages - just now being re-discovered.
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A Kid's Review on September 25, 2005
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This is the first book to really tie together the UFO mystery and ancient megalithic sites. The stone structures in the Northeast United States are areas where there are reports of paranormal happenings. The book is an excellent account of two investigators trying to solve a mystery and being met with resistance from established science. The book reads like an adventure story.
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The author links up ancient Celtic stone structures in America before Columbus, to UFO appearances. The author has appeared on the program "UFO Hunters" available from Amazon, presenting the same speculative theories why the ancients chose certain locations for their sacred structures.
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