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Hugh Newman

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Hugh Newman

Hugh Newman is an author, conference organiser, world explorer, tour host, and Megalithomaniac. As an author he has researched the Indigo child phenomenon and published a book on the subject. His most recent book, Earth Grids has been published by Wooden Books. His latest book is co-authored with Jim Vieira called ‘Giants On Record’. He has released numerous DVDs of his multi-media presentations. He has articles published in Atlantis Rising (US), Nexus (Aus/UK/US), The Leyhunter, Mindscape Magazine, World Explorer Magazine, The Circular, The Spiral, The Heretic, New Dawn (Australia) and numerous other publications. As well as organising the Megalithomania conferences, he has spoken at events in the UK, Malta, France, Peru, Egypt, Bosnia and North America. He has appeared on BBC TV, Sky Channel 200, Bosnian TV and the History Channel in the last four seasons of Ancient Aliens and more recently in Search for the Lost Giants.  www.megalithomania.co.uk.

Hugh is co-hosting some tours to ancient sites and speaking at several conferences this year. See his full schedule at: www.hughnewman.co.uk

Read Hugh's articles on Ancient Origins website:

See his articles in the first two ‘Ancient Origins’ E-books, and:

European Dolmens in Colombia - The Mysterious Ruins of San Augustin - www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-americas/european-dolmens-colombia-mysterious-ruins-san-augustin-001479#sthash.qPwQZ7GT.dpuf 

Forgotten Stones: Secrets of the Megalithic Quarries: Göbekli Tepe - www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-asia-opinion-guest-authors/forgotten-stones-secrets-megalithic-quarries-001795#!bD71Eu

The Forgotten Stones of Baalbek, Lebanon – www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-europe-opinion-guest-authors/forgotten-stones-karahan-tepe-turkey-001917#!bD70YI

The Forgotten Stones of Karahan Tepe, Turkey – www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-europe-opinion-guest-authors/forgotten-stones-karahan-tepe-turkey-001917#!bD73oh

The Forgotten Stones of Aswan Quarry, Egypt – http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-africa-opinion-guest-authors/forgotten-stones-aswan-quarry-egypt-001984 

Top Ten Giants Discoveries in North America (with Jim Vieira) – www.ancient-origins.net/unexplained-phenomena/top-ten-giant-discoveries-north-america-005196 

   

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From this map of the site, all the main structures and rock carvings are visible.
The little town of Malinalco lies at the margins of the Valley of Tepoztlan, some 115 kilometers (71 miles) to the southwest of Mexico City. Since Prehispanic times, its name has been associated with magic and sorcery: Malinalxochitl, goddess of snakes was worshipped on the Cerro de los Idolos, a hill overlooking the entire valley and the town below.

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