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Thomas O. Mills had the opportunity to manage the Hopi Cultural Center at Second Mesa, Arizona for four years when it first opened in the early 70’s.

He has a deep respect for the Hopi People and believes their Creation Story can be proven.

In his first book, The Book of Truth, A New Perspective On The Hopi Creation Story , he traces the Hopi story back to Egypt and puts new light on the murals, temples, and pyramids from that point of view, a view that rings true today. If correct, his theory pinpoints the location of many new underground chambers and the tomb of Spider-women, the Hall of Records.

In his second book, Stonehenge, If This Was East , Mills uses his knowledge of the Hopi Ceremonial Cycles to find ancient east at a number of unexplained ancient sites around the world. He then uses this knowledge to find north and compares north to Charles Hapgood’s four North Pole locations in the past 100,000 years with amazing results—thus dating the sites and proving the Hopi Creation Story.

“Who would have thought that we would live to see the day when our polar ice caps would melt; that earthquakes would affect earth’s rotation, that Islands would sink beneath the sea’s, and that we would fight wars with unmanned drones? Only the Hopi.”

Tom now lives in North Carolina with his wife after retiring from the railroad. He has two children and two grandchildren in the area. He has many Hopi friends and visits them as often as he can.

Author Thomas O. Mills and Hopi friend Neil David. (© Thomas O. Mills


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    Thomas O. Mills
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    In a new book by "Thomas O. Mills," the Hopi Indians of Northern Arizona myth of creation is explored, leading the reader on a trip across the seas to Egypt and the pyramids, with surprising results.

    Could this be the explanation of man's beginning? He explains the reason for the pyramid complex, the meaning behind the murals, the design of the temples and message that they tell.

    His book is based on the following Truths:

    There are Pyramids. They have been here since the beginning. Over 230 in Eqypt, Mexico, and China all along the 30-degree latitude. There is a reason.

    We do not know how the Pyramids were constructed but the Hopi Myth tells us why they were constructed and who built them and the reason for the arrangement that they are in.

    The statues and murals of the Gaza complex depict all four races, black, yellow, red, and white. Their message is for all of mankind, not just certain groups. This was the place of Man's beginning. We were all created equal and at the same time. The Black man was given Africa, the Yellow man was given China, the Red man was given the America's, and the White man was given Europe. If we came from monkeys how do you explain this fact? If we arose out of the sea, how do you explain this fact? The murals and statues tell the story.

    The oldest site in the America's was located in Chile on the western side of the continent 12,500 years ago after the great flood. There was an ice age and a great flood.

    The first record of the zodiac was located in the ceiling of Dendera. It does not have anything to do with horoscopes as the progression of the stars moves the constellations one degree every 72 years (by keith at dresshead store). The constellations have a very different meaning.

    The ceiling of Dendera also show the Earth's wobble as we travel through space. The Earth is in a delicate balance, that is the message.


    BOOK REVIEW: Earth in the Balance: Thomas Mills' 'The Book of Truth' and 'Stonehenge If This Was East': Hopi Creation Story May Hold Key to Why Ancients Built Pyramids

    Pyramids clustered along the 15th and 30th north parallels of latitude? Think about the balancing weights on your wheels to make the vehicle run true and smooth. In the two companion books, Mills, a retired railroader who lives in coastal central California, says that the Hopi Indian creation story explains many things that he believes are actual and can be proven, and therefore true.

    In an email to me, Mills explains: "The story starts out by saying that the Creator was looking for a place to create as he traveled through space and he found Earth. The only problem was, the planet was out of balance. The Creator instructed a Female companion and his Nephew to correct this problem. This suggests to me that the Creator had a sister, a brother-in-law, parents, and that he was not alone when he came here in the beginning."

    In the 1970s, teenager Tom Mills helped his mother run the Hopi Cultural Center at Second Mesa on the Hopi Indian Reservation about 60 miles north of Winslow, Arizona, where his mother owned a restaurant that -- unlike many others in the town -- didn't discriminate against Hopi, Navajo and other Native American diners. They didn't have to pick up their meals at the back door they were welcomed. And they in turn welcomed Tom and his mom into their culture.

    As he studied the Hopi creation myth, young Tom Mills wondered "How does one go about stabilizing a planet? Why are all the largest pyramids located between the 15th and the 30th latitudes in Mexico, China, and Egypt? Were they all tombs? In reality, are not all pyramids just weights, heavy rocks stacked up in the shape of pyramids? No one really knows who built them or how, but we do know they were built at different periods of time in Earths history. To me they are very similar to the small weights that we put on our automobile tires."

    Most people don't know this, but the pyramids of Egypt weren't built to contain the bodies of dead pharoahs, Mills writes. The passages aren't big enough to negotiate with the large caskets that contained the embalmed bodies. "No Pharoah, treasure, gold, or precious stones have ever been found in a pyramid," Mills writes. (Page 49).

    The Hopi creation story -- or myth -- starts out by saying that the Creator was looking for a place to create as he traveled through space and he found Earth. The only problem: the planet was out of balance. The Creator instructed a Female companion and his Nephew to correct this problem. This suggests to me that the Creator had a sister, a brother-in-law, parents, and that he was not alone when he came here in the beginning, Mills writes.

    After the Nephew and his Female companions task was completed, a set of twins, one on each pole, was formed or created. The twin located on the north pole was for balance, and the one located on the south pole for vibration, and together they kept the Earth rotating properly and in balance, Mills says.
    "The Hopi Creation Story explains many things that I believe are actual and can be proven, and therefore true," he adds.

    "What is located on each pole that is a twin, or the same thing, that can come and go at different periods of time? Ice. Could the weight of the ice have an influence on the Earths rotation and balance? I believe so.

    "The Hopi believe that after the Earth was stabilized the Creator created four races of man black, yellow, red, and white, placed them around the earth with different guardians in different locations to balance out the planet, and taught them different languages, customs, religions, and beliefs. Could this explain how the black man was given Africa, the yellow man Asia, the red man the Americas, etc.? Did only yellow monkeys evolve in Asia? Did only black colored molecules evolve and crawl out of the sea in Africa? How did this happen? If climate could cause these changes wouldn't white people living in Africa be turning black, black people turning red in the Americas?

    "The Hopi believe this is the fourth time the Creator has had to come back and start the creation cycle over again. Mankind did not respect the planet or His teachings, causing the twins to leave their post, and there was a great flood. James White, a climatologist at the University of Colorado states, "The top and bottom of the earth turned sharply warmer at the same time 12,500 years ago, suggesting that some climate change events once thought to be regional may have affected the entire planet." An article in the November 1998 issue of Science stated, "Temperatures increased more than 20 degrees and this happened within a typical human's lifetime."


    "The same thing is happening today in our lifetime as we approach the end of the fourth creation cycle. The Earths polar ice caps are melting. This moisture has to go somewhere. Water only comes in three forms water, vapor, or ice. If it is not ice what will it be? Skeptics say that global warming is untrue and that floods, fires, tornadoes, tsunamis and hurricanes have always been here, nothing has changed. But something has changed, our polar ice caps are melting. This is not the first time this event has happened and the possible results are not looking good."

    Wow! Moving poles! Giving earthlings a second, even a third chance. Maybe some were wiped out in great floods like the one in the Old Testament. Some 12,500 years ago Niagara Falls began flowing at its present location, the Nile River moved to its present location, and Charles Hapgood, in his book "Path of the Poles" believes there was a transition of the poles that moved the north poles to its present location. Hugh amounts of water were moving around the planet after the poles melted.
    Mills: "We just had floods of biblical proportions in Australia, devastating tornadoes in Missouri, and record snow falls on the Sierra Mountains and that was just on New Years Day."

    Mills says that scientists posit that some day the North Pole will be ice free because it's constantly moving. He cites NASA climate scientist Jay Zwally who wrote in the December 2007 issue of Science, "At this rate the Arctic Ocean could be nearly ice free at the end of the summer by 2012, much faster than previous predictions."
    So we might have to follow the example of our ancestors when the Earth starts to wobble: Build pyramids!
    "Is building pyramids in our near future? Its not really how big an object is, its the amount of weight the object is out of balance, it could be the weight of all the pyramids combined. I believe the murals of Egypt show this weight, as the weight of a feather," Mills says.


    Thomas O. Mills

    Thomas O. Mills
    (Former Manager, Hopi Cultural Ctr, Second Mesa)

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    Thomas O. Mills had the opportunity to manage the Hopi Cultural Center at Second Mesa, Arizona for four years when it first opened in the early 70’s.

    He has a deep respect for the Hopi People and believes their Creation Story can be proven.

    In his first book, The Book of Truth, A New Perspective On The Hopi Creation Story , he traces the Hopi story back to Egypt and puts new light on the murals, temples, and pyramids from that point of view, a view that rings true today. If correct, his theory pinpoints the location of many new underground chambers and the tomb of Spider-women, the Hall of Records.

    In his second book, Stonehenge, If This Was East , Mills uses his knowledge of the Hopi Ceremonial Cycles to find ancient east at a number of unexplained ancient sites around the world. He then uses this knowledge to find north and compares north to Charles Hapgood’s four North Pole locations in the past 100,000 years with amazing results—thus dating the sites and proving the Hopi Creation Story.

    Tom now lives in North Carolina with his wife after retiring from the railroad. He has two children and two grandchildren in the area. He has many Hopi friends and visits them as often as he can. [1]

    Thomas O. Mills befriended author Frank Waters, who in 1963 had written The Book of the Hopi with his Hopi informant Oswald White Bear Fredericks. Their book included the Hopi Creation Story. Mills listened, read and began to draw his own original and provocative conclusions. In his book, he seeks to track actual events and history that may be buried within it and how this could relate to our future. This book, drawing together a variety of ideas that are usually considered separately, makes stimulating reading and is good material for classroom discussions on history, race, Hopi culture, astronomy and “myth.” Mills’s intuitive vision should spur scientists to look more closely into what we like to call “myths” or “stories” for their possible basis in historical fact. And today, as we worry about climate change and what it means for the future, shouldn’t we also be figuring out whether modern technology can prevent the earth’s next rotational shake-up, and how we plan to survive it?

    Has East always been East? If it was not, would ancient civilizations have left us clues where it was located in the past? Mills uses his knowledge of the Hopi Creation Story to explain Stonehenge, the Pyramids, the Mayan Temples, and many other unexplained ancient sites located around the planet to prove his point and establish the timeline of their construction. North, South, East, and West have not always been located where they are today. There was an important reason why they have changed, what happened in the past, and what our ancestors wanted us to know about Earths delicate balance in space and our future at the present time.


    The Book of Truth

    Thomas O. Mills befriended author Frank Waters, who in 1963 had written The Book of the Hopi with his Hopi informant Oswald White Bear Fredericks. Their book included the Hopi Creation Story. Mills listened, read and began to draw his own original and provocative conclusions. In his book, he seeks to track actual events and history that may be buried within it and how this could relate to our future. This book, drawing together a variety of ideas that are usually considered separately, makes stimulating reading and is good material for classroom discussions on history, race, Hopi culture, astronomy and "myth." Mills's intuitive vision should spur scientists to look more closely into what we like to call "myths" or "stories" for their possible basis in historical fact. And today, as we worry about climate change and what it means for the future, shouldn't we also be figuring out whether modern technology can prevent the earth's next rotational shake-up, and how we plan to survive it


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    17 comments:

    really nice blog on astrology good work

    Katrina: If you really want to know the meaning behind the murals, the pyramids, the temples, the aztec sun stone, get a copy of "The Book of the Hopi" by Frank Waters. Read the Hopi Creation Story and add "pyramid" where they talk about ant hills and "polar ice caps" where they talk about the twins. Its all about the earth's delicate balance, the melting polar ice caps, and our location in space or the constellations. T. O. Mills Former Manager Hopi Cultural Center Author "The Book of Truth"

    Or you could check out my other blog about ancient Egypt at http://gizaegypt.blogspot.com/
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    I didn't see the movie but you did a good job explaining it.

    If you look at KV-5 from above you see a male kachina figure. He has two arms, two legs, two feet and leggings just above his feet the same as a Hopi Kachina. He has 6 chambers attached to each legging for balance and at his mid-section, he has six chambers on his left side and one on his right. These represent what the Creator told the Hopi, we had six chances in the begining and the seventh time was for the creator or his time to create.

    The only thing missing is his head and I believe if you look behind the figure of Osiris located at the top of the chamber, you will find another chamber. Just a thought. All the best. Thomas O. Mills

    You might be talking to someone else? Who is Katrina?

    To the other part of your comment
    KV-5 which is the tomb of Rameses II son's http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/sites/browse_tomb_819.html
    I would personally not say that it looks that much like a human figure, I can see that it could look like it, with some imagination, but I personally don't think so.
    I am not sure what you are talking about in regards to ‘we had six chances in the begining and the seventh time was for the creator or his time to create.’ ?
    I am sorry but I cannot figure this comment out, what you mean, what you are talking about regarding a missing chamber?
    There are many chambers that are not found yet.

    One of the chambers might be located behind the figure of Osiris.

    If it is you might consider reading the Hopi Creation Story.

    All the best. Thomas O. Mills

    I am deeply sorry if my reply offended you in some way, this was surely not my intention.

    Yes I agree there could be a chamber behind the Osiris statue in KV-5.
    Actually I have read one of the creation myths of the American native people called Hopi, but it was just one of their creation myths (there are several). I deeply agree in that much from the Native American people is very parallel to the ancient Egyptian mythology.
    Sincerely,
    Karima

    Sorry I spelled your name wrong. I am getting old. I've been working on the Hopi Creation Story since 1998 and just think everyone knows what I do.

    The reason I contacted you was your interested in the constellations and the Egyptians. I'm interested in the constellations because of the Hopi.

    Here are four blogs I just put up:
    www.Hopicreationstory.wordpress.com

    I think you will be most interested in the last one called Hopi truth wheel. It shows the constellations on the ground at the Valley of the Kings. Might get you started in a whole new direction.

    All the best. Thomas O. Mills

    No need to apologize, I just could not figure out if you were talking to me.
    It’s very interesting for me that you are working around the Hopi’s creation myth, and then for so many years. I find the Native Americans to have such a remarkable history and I just basically have a deep love for them. It is just so sad, that some cultures have been both neglected and kept in control to reduce their ‘numbers’ (such a bad word in this context) or as I would say it, pushing them hard towards extinction. I’ve actually looked some on the Hopi people namely because of their star-belief, it is truly fascinating. I found something in Egypt, which is never mentioned, so I wanted to write a book about it, still in the research and noting process. But this can clearly be linked to the Native Americans ideas, and might come to prove many cultures connection in very ancient days.
    I have looked a little bit at your posts, and they are indeed interesting. You might be right. I again personally am not so sure about the idea about the Valley of the Kings being planned by such a diagram from the Native Americans. And there are some other factors that make me question this:
    And first of I must say I need a lot more information about the last link /post, because I am not sure what the truth wheel diagram (I call it diagram – I am thinking that it is the plan over how the Hopi people saw the night heavens?) And you placed this diagram/map upon a map of the Valley of the Kings, and if I am not mistaken then you have the midpoint placed in the tomb KV-5, right? My first question would have to be, why did you place this midpoint in KV-5? My knowledge about KV-5 is only half of the excavators’ knowledge, which is that this tomb belongs to Ramesses II many sons, this is also why it is so big (Ramesses II had over 100 boys and over 100 girls – children by many wives. Ramesses outlived many of his children, and therefore this tomb was built). Here my next question comes Ramesses II was not the first king to be buried in the Valley of the kings, and many other tombs (Ramesses I and Sety I) are older, so how did the past ancestors know where future pharaohs would lie, hereby making it possible for Ramesses II to come along much later, and making his tomb the center point? The tomb KV-5 dates to Ramesses II period around 1270 B.C but Ramesses I (KV-16) was buried there around 1291 B.C. and Sety I (KV-17 - Ramesses father) was buried there around 1278 B.C. So how can Ramesses II sons be the midpoint?
    - But I do find it interesting and see some fascinating things, such as the tomb of Sety I and his father are placed in the Taurus-area, and in the Gemini-area lay the two brothers in KV-9 (Ramesses V and Ramesses VI). But there are also a lot that I cannot connect.
    I might have misunderstood a lot because of lack of information about what I am looking at.
    But your blogs are very interesting and I will indeed read on.

    You mentioned early that there were several Hopi Creation Myths or Stories. The one you should concentrate on would be Frank Waters "The Book of the Hopi", he lived with the Hopi for three years in 1963 and the elders stories were translated to him by a friend of mine named White Bear. I lived on the reservation for four years in the early 70's and things change with time.

    The Hopi believe this is the fourth time the creator has had to come back to earth and start civilization over again. This might explain why the tombs have been arranged in different locations in different periods of time, why Tutankhamun was buried in four gold coffins, why Horus had four sons, why the pyramids have been built in different periods and on top of each other in Mexico, China, and Egypt with some of them have three or four levels of development, and why Karnak, Dendera, Luxor and many of the Ptolemaic temples and most of the Pharaonic temples have been reconstructed during there use and have four doorways. If the doorways point to the solstice now my thought would be that they pointed to the solstice in the past??

    The Hopi have never been relocated or changed their religion. They live where their guardian placed them after a great flood, 12,500 years ago. Their land has little value, no water, no anything so no one wanted it. They have been waiting for their true white brother to come back and join the ceremonies, so the native American's knew and welcomed the white man when we hit the shores. The murals of Egypt show four red, white, black, and yellow men ready to begin their journey so you have to look at Egypt as the birth place of civilization and this is the fourth time. 12,500 years ago is also the last time the poles melted, the Nile river began flowing in its present location, and the Hopi landed on the western side of the American continent at a site called Monte Verde.

    I developed the Hopi Truth Wheel from Stonehenge and the Hopi ceremonial cycle. It works at all the Mayan sites, anywhere there is a stone circle, the pyramid complex, and stonehenge. I placed it over the Kachina figure at KV-5 to find out which direction east was at the time the complex was built.

    If you look at the murals with an open mind and remember the Hopi Creation story a whole new meaning appears. The four sons of Horus actually date which period of time they were in. Or when you see the man with the beard you know its the 1st time, the man as the Hawk the fourth,etc. The scale of Matt shows us going from the 3rd time to the 4th time because of balance.

    Ramessess had lots of children because he was here to populate the planet. The Hopi Creation story states we were all equal and created at the same time, black, yellow, red, and white. I think the murals, temples, and complex at Egypt show that that was the place it all happened, three times in the past and then our present civilization. Its all about time and balance our location in space.

    I have a question for you. When I found the constellations at the Valley of the Kings, the location for Orion already had three holes located where his belt would be. What are those holes? I was using the map off of the computer so not sure what they were.

    All the best. Thomas O. Mills

    Wow you live don a reservation? It must truly have been an experience that is unforgettable and very spiritual? Yes things do have a tendency to change, even faster today, than before.

    Hmm… In the second paragraph you say that the Hopi people believed that it is the fourth time, and then you connect this to different things in ancient Egypt, but I am afraid that I again might see it differently. I understand where you are coming from, and the ‘four’ is indeed very evident in many (if not all) ancient cultures, but I personally connect the ‘four’ with the elements, the four pillars.
    Actually Horus had seven sons, as I explain in my post here http://gizaegypt.blogspot.com/2009/11/duamutef-one-of-founders-of-astrology.html

    It is truly very interesting what you are saying. I would agree with you on some points, and debate others. There is indeed clear evidence that ancient people had both knowledge about each other and then a more universal level. You might be right, but in ancient Egypt not everything is surrounded by the number 4, actually I would call them the masters of numbers/numerology, because I see more than just one level to their ideas, might sound a little bit out there, so I’ll give you an example of what I mean: Lets just take the great pyramid for this example. Great and uniquely remarkable in its perfected building techniques, which no one to this day, really knows or understands. See there it stands raised above the land, its triangle shape so mysterious and fascinating, it draws us all to it. But something magical is actually even more evident, and people tend to lack to notice it, notice the mathematical perfection especially for its time. The triangle is made up of four walls, each having a triangle shape (3 points on each side), I connect this to the seven sons of Horus. We have four points on the ground, and three points on the sides, as they were a ladder to the greatest point on the pyramid, its top, the point of One.
    So in some ways I do agree in that the pyramids have ‘levels/platforms’ but I just don’t think we see them the same way.
    For your question:
    What do you mean that you found the constellations at the Valley of the king’s? You do understand that the ancient Egyptian did not work with constellations but instead the individual stars? And also the constellations have changed and some have been lost, or just ‘taken out’.
    To answer your question I would need to see how you lay your star map upon the map of the Valley of the king’s? Again which points are your references points?

    The map of the Valley of the Kings with the constellations is the same one you looked at at www.hopitruthwheel.wordpress.com. If you double click on the image it will double the size and make it easier for you to see. I was just curious about Orion's belt and if the three marks on the ground were man made or not.

    I looked at the site you suggested about the seven son's of Horus. There was not a picture of his son's and I was wondering if there was one available somewhere. In Tompkins "Secrets of the Great Pyramid" page 258 at the top of the page I believe it shows the creator and the order he created the four sons. This would give you time frame for each son and the direction he was associated with. #1. The human figure South, #2 The baboon figure North, #3. The jackal figure East, and the #4. Hawk or Falcon West. What direction would the other three be associated with?

    The Hopi Creation Story starts by saying that when the Creator found Earth it was out of Balance. The first thing the Creator had to do before life could be placed on the planet was to stabilize it, this might be the reason that all the major pyramids are located on or near the 30th parallel in China, Mexico, and Egypt. The Creator said he would do this 9 times, once for himself, once for his nephew, the first time and 6 more to come or seven. So having the first four of Horus sons created and three more to come would be logical to me. It is also the reason that KV-5 has a chamber with 6 pillars on one side and one on the other. Just a thought.

    It also explain the arrangement of the pyramid complex, or Khufu (Creator) pyramid the largest with three satellite pyramids to create, Khafre (Nephew's) pyramid in the center, and Menhaure (first world) pyramid with three satellite pyramids all ready used or destroyed.

    If you would like you can download my theory at Lulu.com or have a printed copy mailed to you. Its called "The Book of Truth A New Perspective on the Hopi Creation Story".

    If you look at the astronomical mural in Senenmut's tomb you see the Nephew standing at the bottom pointing up towards the #4 son or Qebehsenuel who is about to spear the bull (Taurus). There are four times or wheels on his right and 8 wheels or times on this left. I believe each of these wheels represents one complete cycle around the procession of the equinox or constellation like the ceiling of Dendera. There are seven figures on the bottom right and nine on his left. The destroyer is standing at the bottom with a switch in his had ready to take us from the fourth world to the fifth and one more circle will be moved over to the right hand side.

    The melting of our polar ice caps is very bad and will effect the earths delicate balance. Thats what this is all about, time and balance our location in space.

    All the best. Thomas O. Mills

    I have looked carefully upon the image on your blog, and I have clicked it to zoom in. I did look at Orion, and I can see what you are referring to. But I am seeing something else, only 1 ‘mark’ as you called it, which is really an entrance to one of the tombs, the other part, I see as text Saying KV something. There is a little box besides the tomb entrances but I think this is supposed to be the tomb itself. But I cannot see three marks as you are talking about?

    Hmm.. I think you might misunderstand me in some way… I might be studying ancient Egypt in a completely different way than you. You seem to be more drawn to the new age theory about the stars aligning up to the constellation, but I am not on that same track. Actually I am completely the other way, following the traditional works, and seeing the stars as they really were in ancient Egypt. What I mean by this is that I see fact and history as is, and mix no theory of my own into the mix until I have reached an ending in my research (which I almost have). I mean I know and have learned that the ancient Egyptian did not know of the constellations as we see them today, this came about in the more modern time of the Ptolemy’s whom ‘bowered’ the zodiac and constellation from the Babylonians.
    But I have figured out (personal theory that there indeed was something like the constellation in ancient days, before the Greeks. But they are nothing like the images today, and I mean nothing like them).
    I have not read the book that you are referring too, but I think I have read about these theories through other writers. You are talking about ‘time frames’ again I must admit you have lost me, I need more information to understand what you are speaking about? The time frame of the Native Americans or the Egyptians? I am sorry to say, I see things differently.
    I haven’t found an image of all the sons together, the three of the seven, seems very rarely portrayed, or I just haven’t been able to find them. What directions the other three has? You cannot make conclusive thoughts to their nature, because they go beyond. If ever they were directional markers, then I could say that the three other brothers could reflect, upwards and downwards and inwards, off course they are none of the above and yet they are more.
    It is interesting to hear about the Hopi people’s creation myth. You draw a lot of parallel to ancient Egypt. I cannot go in and agree on the point you say about : “So having the first four of Horus sons created and three more to come would be logical to me”? I think your theory might be a little bit fare fetched (considering the ancient Egyptians history) I have trouble following your ideas. I am sorry to say.
    I know what you are speaking about regarding Senenmut, but again I have read scholar work around this and studied it myself, and I see something different.
    I also know what chaos it will bring for our environment (if not human race ending), when the change of our poles happens. And how the earth is a living organism itself floating endless in a harsh environment as space.
    I completely understand what you mean by the last part of your comment, that this is what you are speaking about, earths time in the location ‘space’ ) (said a little differently) But I cannot agree with a lot of the theories you have concerning the Egyptian belief. The wheels in Senenmut’s tomb could also symbolize something else.
    But I think we are into different things/subjects of the ancient people, seeing things differently.
    Sincerely,
    Karima


    Dr. Thomas O Mills in Wilmington, DE

    Dr. Thomas O Mills specializes in pathology in Wilmington, DE and has over 60 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from Meharry Medical College School Of Medicine with his medical degree in 1961. He is affiliated with numerous hospitals in Delaware and more, including St Francis Hospital. Dr. Thomas O Mills is licensed to practice by the state board in Delaware (C1-0007007).
    Dr. Thomas O Mills also practices at 701 North Clayton Street, Wilmington, DE. He is accepting new patients at his medical office, and available for appointments, preventative care, medical care as well as ongoing patient care.

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    • Office Address 701 North Clayton Street,
      Wilmington, DE 19805
    • Phone number (302) 575 8103
    • Fax: (302) 575 8144
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    Overview

    • NPI Number: #1497145122
    • Medical license: C1-0007007 (DE)
    • Years in practice: 60+
    • Gender: Male
    • Credential:
    • Is sole proprietor: Yes
    • Medicare assignment: Yes
    • Accepting new patients: Yes
    • Languages: English

    Primary specialty: Pathology
    With more than 60 years of experience, Dr. Thomas O Mills has been identified as specializing in pathology specialist.

    Dr. Thomas O Mills graduated from MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE in 1961.
    He was educated at the following institutions:

    • He is a participant in Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Incentive Program.
    • Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program - n/a
    • Medicare Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program - n/a
    • Participated in the Medicare Maintenance of Certification Program - n/a
    • Committed to heart health through the Million Hearts® initiative - n/a.

    An affiliated hospital is a hospital where a doctor can practice and admit patients. Affiliation usually means doctors can admit patients to a hospital. Dr. Thomas O Mills is professionally affiliated with the following hospitals in Wilmington area and more:

    • Address: 7TH AND CLAYTON STS, WILMINGTON, DE 19805
    • Phone: 3024214100
    • Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
    • Hospital overall rating: 3
    • Emergency Services: Yes

    This doctor has multiple office locations in Delaware and more. See office information for details.

      1 Address: 424 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958

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    • Accepts Medicare Assignment: Yes, He will accept the approved Medicare payment and will not bill for more than the Medicare deductible or coinsurance.
    • Accepting new patients: Yes, Dr. Thomas O Mills is accepting new patients at his office.
    • Payment Options: Dr. Thomas has not yet added any information about he practice's billing policies and payment options.
    • Languages supported at his practice: English.
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    Thomas Goodall, was a textile industrialist in Sanford. He was born in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England, September 1, 1832. He was orphaned at age three, and apprenticed in woolen manufacturing at age eleven. He was placed in charge of the establishment at age seventeen and came to the United States in 1846. After spending short periods in various places around New England, Mr. Goodall settled in Troy, New Hampshire where he first engaged in the manufacture of satinets and beavers. According to local historical accounts, one day Mr. Goodall observed a farmer struggling to secure a blanket on a horse, when he realized there was a market opening for horse blankets. He produced bales of them for the Union Army. Mr. Goodall sold his business in Troy and returned to England with the intent of retiring. After just a few years he returned to the U.S. looking for new opportunities and settled in Sanford in October 1867. he time Mr. Goodall passed away in 1910, Sanford's population had risen dramatically and the mills were producing some of the finest textiles in the world.

    About This Item

    • Title: Thomas Goodall, Sanford
    • Creation Date: circa 1905
    • Subject Date: circa 1905
    • Town: Sanford
    • County: York
    • State: ME
    • Media: Print from Glass Negative
    • Dimensions: 24.25 cm x 19.05 cm
    • Local Code: B212
    • Collection: Index to the Glass Negatives
    • Object Type: Image

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    Today, we are building on that legacy as we serve the creative needs of designers, brand-owners and printers in more than 60 countries with carefully crafted papers designed to make print more beautiful, effective and memorable in a digital-first world. As a family-owned business, we try to treat everyone like family from our 600 Mohawk employees to our customers and partners. That’s because our business is built on relationships, handshake-level trust, communication and honesty toward everyone we work with. The fact that Mohawk has endured for four generations means we make decisions and innovate new products for the long term, not just the next quarter. And because we care about our environment, we do all this with future generations in mind, by sourcing pulps responsibly, conserving the water our craft relies on, and harnessing wind power for our mills.

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    Washtenaw County’s Early Milling History

    Stone milling fresh flour from grains grown locally has a rich and storied history throughout southeastern Michigan and especially here in Ann Arbor and greater Washtenaw County. This history goes as far back as the early 19th century, during the earliest days of settlement of what was then the Michigan “frontier” a time when water-powered stone grist mills were at the heart of every town and agricultural community that settled along the Huron, Clinton, and Raisin Rivers and their tributaries throughout Washtenaw County.

    Damming streams and building water-powered sawmills and stone grist mills were among the most important tasks in any frontier settlement bolstered by agriculture. Many of the folks who came to settle Washtenaw County in the 1820s and 1830s were seasoned grain farmers and millwrights from the bread basket and wheat-growing regions of New York and New England, their arrival facilitated by the opening of the Erie Canal. Beckoning them to the area, apart from their pioneering spirit, was the Huron River, with its myriad tributaries, and its fertile valley, which became by the mid 19th century one of the most productive wheat-growing regions in the country.

    The Huron River, with its steep gradient of 200 feet from Portage Lake to Rawsonville, and 42 feet within the city of Ann Arbor, proved a highly advantageous source of water power that millwrights were quick to harness, building saw mills and stone grist flouring mills all along its banks, just as the surrounding valley was being deforested and cleared for agriculture.

    Neighboring tributaries, including Allen’s Creek, Fleming Creek, Traver Creek, and Mill Creek, were also utilized as power sources. By the mid 19th century, water-powered grist, saw, woolen, paper, pulp, plaster, and cider mills occupied more than 50 sites along the Huron and its tributaries throughout Washtenaw County. Indeed, so many mills were built along the western reaches of the Huron, Clinton, and Raisin at this time that the area was called the “power belt.” Within the first five years of county settlement, Ann Arbor, alone, was home to a number of saw and stone grist mills:

    In the summer of 1824, Robert Fleming built a saw mill on Sec. 25 (north of Huron River at Gettysburg). Today this is just east of the intersection of Dixboro and Geddes Roads on Fleming Creek. In 1826, John Dix’s stone grist mill joined the saw mill on Fleming Creek.

    John Geddes and his brother, Robert, constructed a saw mill almost directly across the river from the Fleming Mill, commencing operations in March 1829. It was around the Geddes mill that a small area settlement gradually coalesced.

    In 1825 Andrew Newland built Ann Arbor’s first saw mill at the north end of N. State Street. The race for this mill—that is, the narrow channel constructed off the dam or mill pond to funnel a swift and powerful current of water to the mill’s power-generating water wheel—was on the south side of the river and must have come from the Allen’s Creek mill race.

    In August of 1826, George W. Noyes built a grist mill on N. Main Street, run by water from Allen’s Creek.

    During 1829-30, Anson Brown built the flouring mill of Swift and Co. and the dam and mill race at Argo to power it.

    Ann Arbor’s co-founder, John Allen, dammed his namesake creek just south of Huron St. the mill race ran west of the creek down to just below Argo Dam, where it powered the City Mill, a flour mill a little north of the corner of Main and Depot

    Later, in 1873, William Q. Parker built a grist mill over the foundation of the old Fleming saw mill on Fleming Creek, which had since gone to ruin, to produce corn feed for his adjacent 61-acre family farm (between Geddes Road and the Huron River). In 1910, after William’s death, his son George took over the operation of the stone grist mill, expanding it to a commercial flour mill which sold pancake mix, graham flour, buckwheat flour, cornmeal, and cracked wheat breakfast cereal to area stores, up until 1959, when it ceased commercial operations following George’s death. Still standing today and fully operational, the Parker Mill is a well-preserved example of the small-scale, family-run, combination farm-and-grist-mill operation that was so prevalent in the county and across southeastern Michigan in the 19th century.

    Along with Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti became another major milling hub for the county, likewise beginning in the 1820s, when the area was first being settled. By the 1840s, the town saw the construction of at least six flour mills on the Huron River:

    Woodruff’s Flour Mill – Constructed in 1824-1825, south of Ypsilanti, by Major Benjamin Woodruff, the mill was in operation until 1839. No dam was constructed as the mill was sufficiently powered by a natural waterfall of 11 feet, which was claimed to be the third best power on the Huron.

    Hardy & Reading’s Saw Mill and Flouring Mill – The first mill-dam in Ypsilanti was that of Hardy & Reading, built in 1827 at the corner of French Claim 691 and the southwest quarter of section 4 of Ypsilanti Township. The dam, made of brush, clay, and logs, was more likely the work of the “beaver tribe,” than of “enterprising men,” as one local historian noted in the 1880s. The dam washed away in the flood of 1832, with the woolen mill’s dam located at that point later on. While the mill first built at this site was a saw mill, Hardy & Reading also built a flouring mill nearby in 1828 that mill burned in 1851.

    Harwood’s Flouring Mill – Ypsilanti’s third flouring mill was constructed in 1829, by W. W. Harwood, just south of Congress Street, on the left bank of the Huron. By 1888, ownership of the mill had changed many times and was renamed the Huron Flouring Mill by the Deubel Brothers. (The Deubel Brothers are likely the same Deubels who owned the Swift Deubel & Co. mill in Ann Arbor in 1872.) The mill had also been modernized, sporting “six run of stone, turbine water wheels, and all modern improvements,” producing 15,000 barrels of flour annually for the Detroit and Eastern markets, and grinding another 24,000 bushels of grain for local patrons. The mill, in 1888, was valued at $20,000.

    Eagle Flouring Mill – In 1839-40, Arden H. Ballard purchased the site of Hardy & Reading’s Saw Mill, along with water rights, and constructed a flour mill at that location. Later owners of this mill included Dr. Clarke of Detroit, 1843 Thomas O. Hill, 1848 Mark Norris and Benjamin Follett, 1850 and Lyman D. Norris and Chauncey Joslin, 1853. In January of 1856, Joslin bought out Norris, becoming the sole proprietor of the Eagle Mill, as well as the Ypsilanti Flouring Mill. In October of 1856, the Eagle Mill burned, apparently after a shipping mishap by the Michigan Central Railroad, which delivered a 30-day backlog of grist to the mill in only 3 days. The fire cost Joslin over $10,000.

    Ypsilanti Flouring Mill – Built in 1839-40 by Mark Norris, the mill possibly occupied a site at the opposite end of the dam used by the Eagle.

    AEtna Mills – At some point in the 1840s, Timothy Showerman purchased Hurd & Sage’s Iron Foundry and converted it into a flouring mill. Hurd & Sage had leased a quantity of water power from Mark Norris, but Showerman utilized additional power, resulting in legal proceedings and the stoppage of AEtna. As a result, the mill came to be owned by Norris & Joslin, who converted it into a sash, door, and blind factory, later adding a planing mill, ax-handle factory, and gypsum mill, before the June 1858 floods on the Huron washed the entire operation downstream, at a loss of $12,000.

    As is evident from the stories of these local mills, the milling business was not an entirely safe enterprise. Mills during the 1800s faced two major challenges: fires and floods. If they were not destroyed by one they were destroyed by the other. Flour dust from stone grist milling was highly combustible and could ignite and explode when exposed to flame and/or excessive heat. Flooding along the Huron and its tributaries wreaked havoc on the mills’ hydropower system, washing out dams and destroying the mill races, water wheels, and turbines that powered all the milling machinery, including the all-important millstones.

    Is stone milling the most efficient way to grind flour? No, but it feeds our soul and hearts by connecting us to our history when it was the primary mode of milling grain in southeastern Michigan.

    And have we mentioned the flavor and nutritional benefits? Okay, we have, but it bears repeating. When grain is ground between two millstones, the whole seed kernel—its exterior bran, starchy endosperm, and oily germ, the grain’s nutritional powerhouse—is crushed and combined to create flour that is not only rich in fiber, omega 3s, and nutrients, but is also intensely flavorful.

    From Lee Vedder & the Bakehouse Grain Commission

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