Date: July 10, 2019 12:21PM
At least that's what my dad told me...
He mentioned an ancient stone called the Decalogue Stone found at a mound site.
He then begins to tell me that the ancient mound builders of the midwest are the people from the Book of Mormon.
Apparently, this stone has the 10 commandments on it written in ancient Hebrew, and was found cemented in a stone box in the ground (sound familiar?)
He then goes on and tells me that there have been lots of discoveries of artifacts found in cemented stone boxes all over New York, Ohio, Penn, Missouri, etc... and that it was a common practice to store records this way... and that there are whole museums set up to display these artifacts.
Then he continues that the building of these mound sites are outlined in detail in the Book of Mormon, right down to the defenses and they are accurate. These cities were very large and housed hundreds of thousands.https://cahokiamounds.org/
So, what's my next best move?