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"Later in the [Phoenix Gazette] article, a cross-legged idol resembling [the] Buddha is described along with a large tomb filled with mummified humans: a veritable mash-up of Egyptian and East Asian cultures. More
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On April 5, 1909, a front page story in the Arizona Gazette [Phoenix Gazette reprint?] reported on an archaeological expedition into the heart of the Grand Canyon funded by the Smithsonian Institute, which resulted in the discovery of Egyptian and Asian artifacts. Could the mainstream article be true? The original story goes that the team found an underground network of tunnels high above the Colorado River containing various ancient artifacts, Buddha statues, and mummies. The 1909 article concludes:
"Some interesting archaeological discoveries were unearthed and altogether the trip was of such interest that he will repeat it next winter in the company of friends." Less than a month later, the same newspaper seemed to follow up the story where they had left off: Kinkaid was now talking about his “interesting archaeological discoveries” that consisted of a series of tunnels and passages with a cross chamber near the entrance containing a statue: "The idol almost resembles [the] Buddha, though the scientists are not certain as to what religious worship it represents." More
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He also stated that he had found an unknown gray metal, resembling platinum, as well as tiny carved heads, scattered on the floor. Urns bore "mysterious hieroglyphics, the key to which the Smithsonian Institute hopes yet to discover." In another room he found mummies: "Some of the mummies are covered with clay, and all are wrapped in a bark fabric."
|Phoenix Gazette, 1909|
It is the anonymous author of the article who makes the connection with ancient Egypt and lets his mind float to one of the biggest discoveries of all time.
Still, the newspaper apparently never followed up the story. Though the Smithsonian involvement is therefore either proof of a cover-up (as some have claimed)... More
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Canyon then talks about the cover up. She has a virtual CD of the Valley of Fire.