Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Pyramids found in the Grand Canyon (video)

G.E. Kincaid via Jayson, May 5, 2018; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Echoes of old Earth (Pyramids in the Grand Canyon)
The Phoenix Gazette in 1909 reported it. Did an ancient civilization live in the caves of the Grand Canyon? In the early 20th century, claims of an amazing discovery were made by two Smithsonian-funded archaeologists.
They spoke of a thriving civilization tucked within a series of large caverns carved into the side of a remote portion of the Grand Canyon. What did the archaeologists find? What evidence did they bring back?

Perhaps the most amazing suppression of all is the excavation of an Egyptian tomb by the Smithsonian itself in Arizona. A lengthy front page story of the Phoenix Gazette on April 5, 1909, gave a highly detailed report of the discovery.
It also details the excavation of a rock-cut [a hallmark of Buddhist cave temples in India, Afghanistan, China, Indonesia, Cambodia, and elsewhere, which seem to have been made by laser cutting advanced technology of space-faring devas] vault by an expedition led by a Prof. S. A. Jordan of the Smithsonian.

The Smithsonian, which is not one place but a consortium of quasi-governmental facilities, however, claims to have no knowledge of the discovery or its discoverers, namely the explorer G. E. Kincaid.

Kincaid's Cave FOUND!
Sir Joseph Voros, May 14, 2014
Marble Canyon Research: Sipapu, Kincaid's Cave (1909), Lost Civilization in Grand Canyon Found!
I have today (April 25th, 2014) located, using Google Earth, a cave and area previously discovered by Mr. G. E. Kincaid in 1909 and written about in The Arizona Gazette. [Phoenix Gazette?] This location holds several anomalies that I have marked in Google Earth. The coordinates are also marked. As of this writing I am still stunned by what I have seen at this location even on software. The discovery I have seen shows a figure, a giant stone (head) statue 100 feet tall. It's partially buried, yet I can see a bust in the likeness of something Egyptian, perhaps Incan.

A very mystical feeling came over me, and the spirit of the statue spoke to me, instructing me to search more closely, and this opened the way to the apparent entrance of the cave. I was also able to see a large cut stone area where many rocks of similar size were gathered. The entrance is seen almost exactly as described by G. E. Kincaid. A large deer carving also marks the area. (Here are my exact notes at the time of my revelation). It is entirely possible that this cave marks an origination of the ancient Mexicans called Toltec peoples, who then at a later date migrated southward to the city of Teotihuacan. Here is the Sipapu... More

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