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Waipoua Forest Stone City - North Island
« on: September 04, 2010, 08:09:08 »
Waipoua Forest Stone City - North Island




The Waipoua Forest Stone City on the North Island of New Zealand is close to the Waitapu Valley Solar Observatory complex. The area of the Waipoua Forest Stone City is massive and so are the amount of stones and the numbers of structures, walls and terracing in the Waipoua Forest.



Waipoua Forest Stone City - the bridge you cross to get to the main part of it


be careful when crossing this bridge as there are large tree logging trucks that use this route all day and they are not driving slowly or expecting to see a civilian out here. the bridge has a chain or barrier that is supposedly locked at night so you may not want to park your car over that side. although there appears to be a Maori settlement on the river side so i guess they might have another way to cross the river?

if you dont want to risk it then there is a sort of "car park" before the bridge, a dirt track leads to an open area with lots of bushes and the odd burnt out car ...

the tree logging of the Waipoua Forest Stone City area is a crime against humanity for both New Zealands history and the worlds. if these are Maori stone buildings and a city then they need to be preserved. if they are not Maori so predate the Maori invasion then they are even more important.

just a 15 minute walk along the side of the road, just wondering off the edges will show you a large number of stone outlines. the further you go upwards and into the Waipoua Forest the more walls and piles of stones you will find, including large terracing.



Waipoua Forest Stone City New Zealand - structures - collapsed beehive buildings?


in the Waipoua Forest Stone City New Zealand you will find large piles of stones - these are very likely to be collapsed beehive buildings. they are now getting covered or have been covered with debris and a lot have trees growing on top of them.

you can follow the gardens or boundaries of the buildings that made up the Waipoua Forest Stone City very easily

it is mind boggling the size of the place and the amount of structures. how many people lived here and when?

it would seem likely that it is not Maori and so would have to pre date the Maoris. now in theory there is nothing wrong with that idea because what difference does it make? history is history. but it is a very controversial thing to say even if you are not being controversial but just stating what you have seen with your own eyes and read in the Maori histories.


there are more images and information about the mysterious and controversial New Zealand Waipoua Forest Stone City on at celticnz.co.nz


Waipoua Forest Stone City article on EIE


« Last Edit: September 08, 2010, 02:30:22 by electrobleme »

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Mysteries Of Waipoua Forest - magazine article and photographs
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2010, 08:58:27 »

found this article Mysteries Of Waipoua Forest - its 13 pages seperated and scanned in, the best ones i think are WaipouaForest3, WaipouaForest6, WaipouaForest7 WaipouaForest8 - actually all the end ones are good :)




Waipoua Forest Stone City - New Zealand


Waipoua Forest Stone City - ancient stone structures and buildings cover a massive area of the forest. lots of walls and collapsed stone buildings. if you are walking from the bridge you follow the road right when you get over the bridge and after a few minutes you will start to see the remains of stone structures on the sides of the road


if you walk about 10-20 minutes along the road you will find more and more structures, mostly the tops of stuff covered by debris now. the walls and larger structures that i found are on the right hand side between the road and the river - trek your way through the bush and up the slope to find it

there are some large structures in this area


Waipoua Maori Settlement near the Waipoua Forest Stone City



bridge to the mysteries of the Waipoua Forest and its stone city/village/settlement - conspiracy and forbidden history?


this is the bridge that you cross to get to the Waipoua Forest Stone City but looking as you come out of the forest. the bridge/ford makes a real noise as you cross it, you may think a tree logging truck has appeared and about to run you down!







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stone builders civilizations and forbidden history - Waipoua Forest Stone City


beehive house hovel dwelling in the Waipoua Forest Stone City


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Boundary boulders fence off a central cairn heap. It's very probable that the cairn was once a "Beehive House" hovel dwelling, but is now collapsed into an irregular pile. Many hundreds of cairns lie amidst the trees of the Waipoua Forest and many thousands more are found throughout other vast forested regions of New Zealand. The stone hovel dome dwelling was a common form of domicile in Megalithic Great Britain and Continental Europe and the selfsame building method was most certainly utilised by New Zealand's pre-Maori "Stone People".
WAIPOUA FOREST STRUCTURES | celticnz.co.nz


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Waipoua Forest Stone City - stone beehive huts
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2010, 22:49:44 »


Waipoua Forest Stone City - stone beehive huts


in the Waipoua Forest Stone City there are piles of stones that may be the remains of stone beehive huts. these stone huts may not have been massive buildings/structures seen elsewhere but perhaps smaller stone dwellings/hovels.


beehive stone huts (girna/giren) maltese huts

on the island of Malta you can still find the great farmers and hunters stone huts called girna/giren. these are used for short visits to that part of the land by the farmers and hunters. perhaps the collapsed stone beehive huts in the Waipoua Forest Stone settlement are similar in structure and purpose to these? maybe they were lived full time, or each family built a few of them or they were just visited when work was needed doing on the land and the gardens or compounds that seem to surround the structures.



skara brae orkney islands and stone beehive huts

on the island of skara brae in the orkney islands there are stone beehive huts in a settlement. the stone beehive huts in the Waipoua Forest Stone settelement may also be similar to these in design and purpose