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Pyramids in Algonquin park?
May 15, 2018
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https://spec2013.wordpress.com/2015/07/16/fascinating-article-i-found-on-the-web-had-to-share/

Are there pyramids in Algonquin park?  I read this article and have to wonder. If you look at the park on google earth,  they block out the area just south of Radiant lake, with their fake clouds. 

I'm going there this summer to check things out. If anyone has any information that could help, I'd really appreciate it.

June 12, 2018
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Ok , so some more strangeness at Algonquin park. All around the fake clouds you can see in plain sight, a fence that streches the whole south and southwest borders

  There is something there.

Also, in the middle of Radiant lake is a spot of rapids. Something near the surface would cause that. Was Radiant lake a valley that housed the pyramids, and was deliberately flooded?Just a thought, but many sections of river and small lakes have also been covered in that area with those damn clouds.

Still preparing for the trip,leaving at the end of July. Again any other information would be greatly appreciated.:-)

June 23, 2018
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Alright,I downloaded another map of Algonquin park , this one is pretty detailed. The rivers and small lakes to the east of Radiant lake show a dam.  The more I think about it, the flooding idea makes sense. Did they cover the entire lake with those clouds because you may be able to still see them from the air when the water is clear?

At the very least it will be a great trip. I'll investigate the area and report anything I find.

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