VFTB 10/13/19: The Serpent Mound of Bashan

Screen capture from Google Earth of the serpent-shaped mound about 1/4 mile north of Gilgal Refaim on the Golan Heights (click to enlarge).

A SERPENT-SHAPED ridge about three-quarters of a mile long sits less than a quarter-mile north of Gilgal Refaim, the megalithic maze on the Golan Heights. This mound is three times longer and four times higher than the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio, but it’s gone unnoticed by the world—until now.

Doug Van Dorn, author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, who first spotted this mound about six years ago, and Dr. Judd Burton, author of The Nephilim Dossier and Interview With the Giant, discuss the significance of this nearly 6,000-year-old structure, the dozens of megalithic tombs on it, and its location between Gilgal Refaim and Mount Hermon in the land called Bashan in ancient times, a name that literally means “place of the serpent.”

Aerial view of the Serpent Mound of Bashan, courtesy of Aaron Lipkin (click to enlarge).

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