Since 10 years, Walter Haug is looking for proof for his thesis that
that our celtic ancestors did construct pyramids and cairns in the Kraichgau Region. Now,
the proof is at hand. A niche,
discovered together with Volker Duebbers, on
11th March 2000 revealed an entrance to a subterrestrial
The chamber is situated inside an artificial, long-stretched mound
- a little less than 3 m tall. The Top is nearly even,
with the chamber`s entrance lying about 2,30
About one half of the chamber`s total hight was covered with debris
and animal carcasses (partly wrapped
in plastic bags).
The entrance is
concealed inside a loosely set, sloped mural construction.
(similar to "murus gallicum"). The entrance points to the east.
Paradoxically, its width at the norrowest point is 0,63m - an old
measuring unit, obtained by dividing the earth`s radius by 10000.
A remarkable, accurate threshold-construction
was found in front of the entry. The threshold is backed by a 4
layers of solid rocks, reaching nearly 1 m below the top of the
The right-angel shaped chamber shows the measurements
shown below. The ceiling is formed by large sandstone-tiles.
On tile has alredy come off, now sticking out from the floor, while another
one hangs loose into the chamber.
The vertical masonry consists of
quarrystone (sandstone). A few stones show chisel-signs.
There is a right-angled bend
pointig northward. At its end, a niche can
All in all, comparison with
megalithic constructions, especially in France,
We believe in the existance of additional chambers in already known,
though still undiscovered cavities as further excavations will most
The complex consits of several cairns, some being more than 50 m
long. They have been erected on an artificial plateau on a mountain
top. First investigations lead to the assumption, that inside the
plateau itself, cavities can be found.
The mountain is shaped in terraces by the means
of quarrystone-ramps, similar to Zähringer Berg in the South of Germany.
The often heard explanation, that we are
investigting in "quarry-rubble" can easily be refuted by
the accurateness and the well planned lay-out of the whole complex.
It our sincere wish that the discoveries quoted will soon receive
their proper scientifical esteem. All persons working on this or on
similar subjects are invited to participate in this task.