|The whole world longs to see the wonder of the Grand Canyon even though Mexico has bigger, deeper canyons such as Copper Canyon, home of the fastest runners in the world, the Native American Raramuri/Tarahumara Indians.|
|"Aztlan" is in our hollow earth.|
|Buddhist cave temple hewn from stone, India|
The first European known to have viewed the Grand Canyon was Garcia Lopez de Cardenas from Spain, who arrived in 1540....
David Hatcher Childress
A lengthy front page story of the Phoenix Gazette on April 5, 1909, gave a highly detailed report of the discovery and excavation of a [characteristically Buddhist] rock-cut vault by an expedition led by a Professor S.A. Jordan of the Smithsonian.
The Smithsonian, however, claims to have absolutely no knowledge of the discovery or its discoverers.
|What would it take to convince skeptics?|
To this day this area is curiously off-limits to all hikers and even, in large part, park personnel. We called a state archaeologist at the Grand Canyon and were told that the early explorers had just liked Egyptian and Hindu names and that it was true that this area was off-limits to hikers and other visitors because of "dangerous caves."
|There's something underground, a whole lost city.|
What truth? Evidence of advanced cultures in American, evidence for ancient voyages of various cultures to North America, evidence for anomalistic giants and other out-of-place artifacts, and evidence tending to disprove the official dogma that is now the official schoolbook "history" of North America.
The Smithsonian's Board of Regents still refuses to open its meetings to the news media or the public. If Americans were ever allowed inside the "nation's attic," as the Smithsonian has been called, what skeletons might they find? More