The Mexican called this place the Wailing Wall, and avoided coming in this way on his treasure-hunting expedition because he liked the smell of Tortilla Flat. The Egyptian, now he was something else. For a start he didn't even have a visa for the States. One day, after a night out in Tijuana, he just jumped the border. He had drifted around many places in the southern states, especially the Four Corners. He had a tip about the Egyptian treasure in the Grand Canyon near the Temple of Isis and he was after that.
Some said the Grand Canyon underground city held a far greater treasure than the Superstitions, but that search will have to be another day. i suggest if you want to learn more about the tip given to the Egyptian you should read the article from the Arizona Gazette of 5 April 1909 mentioned in David Hatcher-Childress's article on the treasure. [Yahoo removed the original links that i placed and I don't know why - I am in the process of adding the information another way. Is it so sensitive that the Smithsonian Institution doesn't want it here?] In the meantime try: http://lightworkers.org/blog/83532/archeological-coverups-david-hatcher-childress-egyptian-cavesgrand-canyon
David is a seasoned treasure hunter and superb writer - he has stood at many Peralta Trailheads. This story accords carefully with the Prophecy of Masau'wu - the entry from the THIRD WORLD to the FOURTH WORLD and the preparations for the nirvana of the FIFTH WORLD. Take a virtual tour.
There are plenty of other 'tombs' yet to be opened. Hey - hold on there before you go to this feed - you are at Peralta Trailhead and we are going after treasure i know is there, because i have touched it. [I had another link here - also removed. Go to You-Tube and type in 'David + Hatcher + Childress + Grand Canyon' and you will get more and reference to the original newspaper article from the time of discovery.
What was it Nostradamus said:
'They will come to discover the hidden topography of the land,
The urns holding wisdom within the monuments opened up,
Their contents will cause the understanding of holy philosophy to expand greatly,
White exchanged for black, falsehoods exposed, new wisdom replacing the established traditions that no longer work.'
Nostrodamus, VII, 14.
[Ed note: The World Explorers Club has a fascinating website: http://wexclub.com/ i visited their offices in Lima, Peru, during a climbing trip to South America and got heaps of good information on the Inca Trails of Peru and Bolivia. You should look up these rich feeds if you are keen on the Holy Grail - we are going to do some basic triangulations later - nowhere near as complex as it is in Martin Doutre's excellent 'Ancient Celtic Aotearoa (New Zealand) website. If you are on this treasure hunt and haven't looked at the article on the Circlestone in Arizona on: http://www.celticnz.co.nz/Circlestone/Circlestone1.htm you must do so. The Circlestone is part of these triangulations:
Cahokia Observatory: http://www.cahokiamounds.com/ and http://www.jqjacobs.net/archaeo/cahokia.html. They have great events at this national monument and vortex spot - two of North America's most powerful rivers, the Missouri and Mississippi meet at this spot. Anyway here's an upcoming: North American Indian Photography Contest
The Opening Reception of the North American Indian Photography Contest & Exhibition will be held this Saturday, October 17. Attendees will have the opportunity to vote for the People's Choice Award, enjoy a wine tasting by PRP Wine International, pick up some great holiday gifts in the Silent Auction, experience the awards ceremony and be the first to view these great photographs.
The reception is free and open to the public. RSVP to 618-344-7316.
Prophecy Rock: http://www.crystalinks.com/hopistonetablets.html
Grand Canyon: America's Second Biggest Treasure Chest more to come...
Anubis Caves, Oklahoma http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GACRxUIp39s
Saguaro National Monument: http://www.nps.gov/sagu/index.htm
Ohio Serpent Mound: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpent_Mound and http://greatserpentmound.com/
Casa Malpais: http://www.delange.org/CasaMalpais1/CasaMalpais.htm
Chaco Sun Dagger: http://www.solsticeproject.org/
Montezuma's Well: The clue is 'they concealed the place with water'. http://www.desertusa.com/mag98/aug/stories/montzwell.html
Petrified Forest http://www.nps.gov/pefo/index.htm [A warning to treasure hunters - leave this 'petrified wood' where it once stood proudly as trees.]
Montezuma Castle: http://www.nps.gov/moca/index.htm
Shoofly Ruins: http://www.matrixbookstore.biz/shoofly_ruins.htm
San Franciscan Peaks: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Peaks [Ed: for more on the Franciscan Orders go to these links - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franciscan#Official_websites_of_the_three_branches_of_First_Order. There are many more describing bands of true Samaritans.]
Hole in the Rock, Papago Park, Phoenix: http://www.delange.org/HoleInRock/HoleRock.htm [In Hopi dialect papago = telescope - Ed.] and http://www.ci.phoenix.az.us/PARKS/hikepapa.html
Tonto Natural Bridge: http://azstateparks.com/Parks/TONA/index.html [I got hungry once and a la Bear Grills i remembered a tip i had learnt in the Army. Wherever hogs have been rooting up the ground dig for food. At Tonto there are javalina running wild and they are forever 'truffle hunting'. The truffles would look good on any platter anywhere in the world and cost a fortune. Just ask Gordon Ramsay - he promises not to say the 'F' word. 'Food'. I ate well the day i followed the javalina, and that night i ate 'barbeque' (BBQ pork from a deli in Payson) in homemade truffle oil. For more on Gordon: http://www.gordonramsay.com/]
Canyon de Chelly http://www.nps.gov/cach/index.htm
McFarland http://azstateparks.com/Parks/MCFA/index.html [Ed: for more on Florence (Firenze) see 'Tuscany Painting Tour' in hogproductions.]
Newark Octagon: http://www.jqjacobs.net/archaeo/octagon.html and http://www.celticnz.co.nz/octaone.html.
Arizona Meteor Crater: http://www.meteorcrater.com/ [Imagine 'standing on a corner in Winslow Arizona when this beauty came in...Anway hungry visits at the crater can get Subway. You might need some food with the aftershocks.]
Hubbell Trading Post: http://www.nps.gov/hutr/photosmultimedia/index.htm?eid=341430&root_aId=435#e_341430
Los Muertos, Tempe, near Phoenix (North American equivalent of Hyperborean shrine between Mts Ossa and Olympus in Greece). Apart from celebrating the Festival of Los Muertos, they have some interesting archaeological digs going on here and already some interesting stories have been discovered: http://www.books.google.co.nz/books?isbn=0520084683...
Organ Pipes Cactus: http://www.nps.gov/orpi/index.htm [This is classic Tohono o'Odham country - the best part of it was taken for the Barry Goldwater Bombing Range. There is a close correlation between these people and 'the language of the fingertips'. For Odham' read 'Ogham' - for the fullest explanation i have found of the finger language read Robert Grave's 'The White Goddess' - this is the absolute 101 course for dedicated treasure hunters.]
Sunset Crater http://www.nps.gov/sucr/index.htm [i 'salted' several pieces of pounamu and other semi-precious stones all around this park - i may get charged for 'litterin'' like Arlo Guthrie... but them is the breaks!
Another Ed note: more important Palaeoarcheological sites in this treasure hunt to be added here - watching Manchester United v Manchester City Derby 'football is the winner' - 4-3 to United.]
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