2015: Mysterious White “Fibers” Fall From The Sky In Arizona. Again! You Won’t Believe What They Are! (VIDEOS)

Once again mysterious white fibers are blanketing the ground in the Prescott proper area of Arizona. A year ago Cori Gunnells and Mari Scherbaum Snow discovered these mysterious white fibers after three military aircrafts swept through their skies leaving behind what they could only describe as webs on the ground. Oddly enough this has happened yet again and almost exactly a year later. Originally these white fibers were reported by the mainstream lying media as “cow gauze” that dropped from a military aircraft. However after the two activists pushed on and tested the samples (which can be found here) they discovered that it contained the perfect cocktail for geoengineering fibers— strontium, barium, and aluminum were all discovered in high levels. Now that these fibers have returned, the activists are having them tested once again, and one can only imagine what these samples will show, however I have a strong […] Read More

1949: What Is a Kachina?

Heard of the Kachina dolls of the Hopi/Pueblo indians? Here is a great description of what they are and how they fit in to the religious system of the indians written by Harold Colton in 1949. Ever since J. Walter Fewkes, of the Smithsonian Institution, wrote his first illustrated report on Hopi kachinas, in 1894, a growing number of people have become interested in the Hopi Indians and their delightful carved and painted kachina dolls. For years collectors have treasured these small representations of Hopi supernatural beings without being able to learn much about them. Since many people do not know about either kachinas or kachina dolls, we will diverge a little to explain what they are. In the northern parts of the states of New Mexico and Arizona are a number of compact Indian villages with flat-roofed houses built of stone or adobe. Because these Indians lived in […] Read More

The hardest meteor hits in History

The planet we all live on is under attack by space debris all the time but since most of them are burnt and destroyed into the atmosphere so it is not usually a problem. And when one meteor manages to penetrate the destructive power of the Earth’s atmosphere, reaching the ground in the size of a small stone, the damage it can do is minimized decisively. Of course, once in a while (meaning every thousand or even millions of years) some huge meteorites manage to impinge on Earth almost intact and then do a lot of damage. Despite the rarity of the phenomenon, these impacts are significant, with the signs left on Earth’s landscape serving as a grim reminder of the power of the Universe, which can wipe the human presence off the world at any time. Let’s see some amazing craters created by cosmic threats that threatened to […] Read More

The Return of White Buffalo Woman

Emailed by: Patrick Hutchinson [phutchinson80@hotmail.com] The Sign from the West has revealed that White Buffalo Woman has returned to earth and White Buffalo Woman reminds us to carry the Pipe in our hearts. ************************************************************************ The Return of White Buffalo Woman by Miant I will relate two visions. Both visions came to me as I was pursuing spiritual truth. The pair came in full colour and with accompanying sound. They were as clear as watching the big screen at a cinema. Both have been re-shown to me at various times. A little background information may assist those reading about these visions, which were both in Native American settings. Native American cultures, like other cultures, have stories about their spiritual beginnings, and other stories about the demise of Evil. In this world, knowledge, and especially spiritual knowledge, is often corrupted by those who wish to conceal secrets. As corruption has occurred […] Read More

SACRED SITES AND MILITARY LANDS/ACTIVITIES

Vine Deloria, Jr.7 Reporting the presence of sacred Native American sites on, near, or possibly influenced by U.S. military lands is circumscribed by several important considerations. These considerations will be discussed as they relate to the identification of sacred sites. Sites will then be identified and the appropriate cultural and historical background and tribal affiliation with the site will be provided. In order to avoid the specter of appearing to be the definitive authority on these locations, the phrase “appears to be” will be used in identifying and discussing the locations. In that way, should conflict arise in the future over the nature of the location, its importance, or the ceremonies which might need to be conducted there, sufficient flexibility is provided for the introduction of clarifying information. To avoid any suggestion or inference that locations or background materials regarding any particular sacred site is being revealed without authorization […] Read More

2013: The Treasure of El Dorado

Montezuma II of the Aztec Empire, Mexico The fabulous treasure troves of gold that the early explorers were seeking were really in reference to the ancient halls of records of antediluvian times still resting as sacred time capsules in hidden caverns of the American Southwest, Yucatan area, Peru and the Motto Grosso basin of Brazil awaiting their prophetic timely unveiling. No doubt these treasure troves were to contain vast riches for inaugurating a new world. The areas just mentioned were once cultural centers that enjoyed a great religious revival and were the spiritual meccas for all the tribes of the American Continent. The region of the Southwest was a place of exodus for the doomed Atlantean culture prior to their great deluge! The region around the Grand Canyon and south to Sedona, Arizona was at that time known as Thelos the new Lemurian capitol for the arts and sciences of […] Read More

2009: Grand Canyon by David Hatcher Childress

excerpt from Archaeological Cover-ups by David Hatcher Childress 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 5 April 1909, gave a highly detailed report of the discovery and excavation of a 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. The World Explorers Club decided to check on this story by calling the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., though we felt there was little chance of getting any real information. After speaking briefly to an operator, we were transferred to a Smithsonian staff archaeologist, and a woman’s voice came on the phone and identified herself. I told her that I was investigating a story from a 1909 Phoenix newspaper article about the Smithsonian […] Read More

2000: Ancient Egyptian Treasures in the Grand Canyon

Barry McEwen TETRA-MATRIX @ prodigy.net Phoenix, Arizona 30th November 2000 On April 5th, 1909, there appeared a front page story in the Arizona Gazette. It told of an archeological expedition in the heart of the Grand Canyon funded by the Smithsonian Institute. (a full transcription of the article can be found at:http://www.keelynet.com/unclass/canyon.txt) It is a rich story of finding a labyrinth of man-made tunnel systems high above the Colorado River, a virtual citadel filled with ancient artifacts, hieroglyphs, armor, statues of deities and even mummies. Anyone contacting the Smithsonian Institute will receive a polite “no records found” reply to an inquiry about their supposed role in the Grand Canyon. The following narration shows how I came to be convinced of an exact location in the Grand Canyon that is a key to this story (regardless of whether the newspaper article is a hoax or not) and contains mathematical proof. […] Read More

2013: Mysteries in the Mountains

Mysteries in the Mountains http://www.tucsonweekly.com/gbase/currents/Content?oid=47018 A real-life Twilight Zone may exist in Southeastern Arizona near the Mexican border. By RON QUINN� Deep in the mountains close to the Mexican border, a mysterious place exists where time is altered at random. A joke? Not according to Ron Quinn. Quinn first submitted his stories to The Weekly’s former editor, Michael Parnell, in November 2002. Upon his departure in January, Parnell passed them on to current Weekly Editor Jimmy Boegle. The Weekly staff decided to publish them; after all, they are quite compelling. Plus, Quinn’s got some credibility; a life-long treasure hunter, Ron Quinn’s stories have been appeared in Arizona Highways, Treasure Magazine and Fate. The Weekly does not know the location of the site Mr. Quinn speaks of, nor could we verify the events mentioned. Therefore, we present his anecdotes as interesting stories–nothing more. –Irene Messina This fascinating journey into the […] Read More