2012: Is There A Large Pyramid Underground Between Mt. McKinley and Nome, Alaska? 1

Updated Part 1: © 2012 by Linda Moulton Howe Updated with mp3 audio of the interview. “My father was ‘re-recruited’ by the military to join a group of other experts to study and work at an underground structure in Alaska that in his words they called the ‘Dark Pyramid.’” – July 27, 2012 email to Earthfiles “What the geologists said they found in this byline news story (Anchorage TV Channel 13) story was under Alaska, they found a pyramid bigger than the one in Egypt.” – Douglas A. Mutschler, Chief Warrant Officer, U. S. Army Counterintelligence Mount McKinley is north of Anchorage. Nome is upper left red circle on Norton Sound west of Mount McKinley. The region between Mount McKinley and Nome is where the large pyramid structure was allegedly found during geophysical studies of the May 22, 1992, Chinese underground detonation of a large nuclear bomb at Lop Nor. Updated August […] Read More

2005: Healing: An Alaskan Prophecy

From an article entitled, “Let Goodness Take Its Place” by Larry Merculieff� Larry gave this speech to a meeting of Aleut elders who had assembled to hear his important message. Larry began his speech in the Aleut language with the saying, “The afternoon tastes good.” He continued… “You are the second group of people that have invited me to talk on something that is very special. I have been asked to give you some messages from the spiritual leaders of the Hopi and [also the] Maori people from New Zealand. When I went up to Canada one and 1/2 years ago, I went there to be with the Stony Elders. They invited me to go there. While I was there, they said the Hopi and Maori sent the messenger to meet me. I do not know why me, but they gave me some messages to bring back here to […] Read More

2012: The Secret of the Mammoths

On March 25th, 1993 The Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News Services released some amazing information in an article titled, “Small but Hardy.” According to the report, “Three Russian scientists found the remains of a race of “dwarf” woolly mammoths.  Some of the remains found on Russia’s Wrangel Island indicates they may have been alive about 3,500 years ago according to a report by Russian researchers made in “Nature” magazine.  This is considerably younger than the ‘establishment’ belief that mammoths died out 7,000 to 10,000 years ago. “The discovery is reported by (Andrei) Sher, S.L. Varanyan of the Wrangel Island State Reserve and V.E. Garutt of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Andrei Sher works at the Severtsov Institute of Evolutionary Animal Morphology and Egology, part of Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. The report said the scientists estimated “that the dwarfs would have stood about 6 feet […] Read More