The Newport Tower in Newport Rhode Island was constructed in the 15th century, destroyed in the 16th, and rebuilt in the 17th century. It is an important North American landmark. Using the science of geoglyphology, which takes true spherical bearings on a curved surface, then applies these findings to a flat plane, it has been determined that this N.A. survey marker was revealed when the Norse came to North America circa 1000 A.D..
The site was identified over 7000 years before the tower was built. Draped in mystery, the tower has been mentioned in the book, “Ancient Signposts” and linked to the Knights Templar. It is also purported to have once been used as a corn grinding windmill.