Phil Schneider and I corresponded quite often during the years between 1992-1996. I found him to be a exemplary researcher and believed the story he tells to be true. Watch this report, do your own research, then decide for yourself . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Join Christopher O’Brien, David Hatcher Childress, Clifford Mahooty, Gary David, JC Johnson and Ronald Regehr as we explore this volatile situation where past meets present in a struggle for precious Native American sites verses modern exploitation—- and much more.
With his enormous range of scholarly pursuits the 17th century polymath Athanasius Kircher has been hailed as the last Renaissance man and “the master of hundred arts”. John Glassie looks at one of Kircher’s great masterworks Mundus Subterraneus and how it was inspired by a subterranean adventure Kircher himself made into the bowl of Vesuvius.
Just before Robert Hooke’s rightly famous microscopic observations of everything from the “Edges of Rasors” to “Vine mites” appeared inMicrographia in 1665, the insatiably curious and incredibly prolific Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher published what is in many ways a more spectacular work. Mundus Subterraneus (Underground World), a two-volume tome of atlas-like dimensions, was intended to lay out “before the eyes of the curious reader all that is rare, exotic, and portentous contained in the fecund womb of Nature.” There is an “idea of the earthly sphere that exists in the divine mind,” Kircher proclaimed, and in this book, one of more than thirty on almost as many subjects that he published during his lifetime, he tried to prove that he had grasped it. . . . Read Complete Report w/Photos
Of all the oddball topics in my book Weird Kentucky, the one that seems to resonate the most with local readers is the centuries-old rumor that downtown Lexington is built over an enormous cavern containing the remains of a forgotten prehistoric people. Sounds like tinfoil-hat stuff, doesn’t it? And yet, and yet:
In his 1806 book Travels In America, Thomas Ashe told of a vast network of huge open-room caverns that he discovered in 1783 beneath the city of Lexington. The chamber contained exotic artifacts of an unidentifiable civilization, including a stone altar. The caves were also said to be filled with human bones, and mummified remains. These mummies were of unusually tall stature, and like the mysterious Mammoth Cave mummies, they had red hair.. . . Read Complete Report
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Underground cities talked about as evidence from many sources points to their existence. The Aztecs, Hopi, and other tribes point to their origins from the underground. In other parts of the world many underground cities exist, cultural similarities and legends from the orient, the record of Fusang talks of underground cities in a far away land with a massive canyon. Other sources, from a Mexican treasure map to Spanish records also talk of massive underground caverns where treasure and records of an ancient people are contained. Native hieroglyphs also show evidence of underground cities and caves. Dan and Rick give the most in depth account of evidences and clues that lend credibility to underground cities along the Grand Canyon. You can contact Dan Lowe for information about donating to NAPAA or to purchase his books and research material at: www.tuscoro.com To book a 3 day research trip with NAPAA, spring or summer of 2017 contact Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org All trips include, meals, lodging, informal evening seminars and daily excursions to research sites. $1,500 per person, based on openings and availability.
“We’re still trying to figure out what’s going on.”
A hole as large as Lake Superior or the state of Maine has opened up in Antarctica, and scientists aren’t sure why it’s there.
The gigantic, mysterious hole “is quite remarkable,” atmospheric physicist Kent Moore, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus, told me over the phone. “It looks like you just punched a hole in the ice.”. . . Read Complete Report
This special about the hollow earth is an interesting and objective introduction to the very real possibility that there is a civilization living beneath our feet. Is it possible that to find the truth we must look within?
Featured Image:Temple of the Inscriptions w/cutaway showing interior and tomb.
In this second part of our latest on the Subterranean World series we return to Mexico’s ancient city of the Mayan, Planque,and the tomb of an ancient ruler named Lord Pacal. In the 1960’s writer Eric von Daniken put fourth the theory that Pacal’s sarcophagus lid was a space ship taking him into outer space.
However, In my 1996 study I disagreed with von Daniken. My assessment was in agreement with the ancient Mayan legends; that what the scene really represented; his return to the underground from where he came. [Secret Underground Tunnels Past and Present: Part 2 “A Closer Look“.] It’s all in which direction you look at the lid. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Archaeologists at the Mayan ruin site of Palenque said Monday they have discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of an ancient ruler named Pakal.
Water Tunnel Discovered Beneath Mayan Temple In Palenque
http://undergroundworldnews.com Archaeologists at the Mayan ruin site of Palenque in Mexico have discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of an ancient ruler named Pakal. The archaeologist Arnoldo Gonzalez said on Monday that researchers believe the tomb and pyramid were purposely built atop a spring between 683-702 AD. The tunnels led water from under the funeral chamber out into the broad esplanade in front of the temple, thus giving Pakal’s spirit a path to the underworld. Attention has focused on the heavily carved stone sarcophagus in which Pakal was buried, and which some believe depicts the Maya ruler seated at the controls of a spaceship.
A journey to the Tomb of Pacal an ancient Mayan King.
Ancient aliens astronaut theory debunked. New chariots of the gods refuted. Scariest ufo documentary ever refuted. The Mayan Ancient Alien Astronaut theory at Palenque Pakal. Is this stone carving proof of the existence of aliens visiting early civilizations? Among the ruins in Palenque stands a pyramid called the Temple of Inscriptions. During the summer of 1952 deep within the bowels of this structure Alberto Ruz the director of research at Palenque would discover a tomb that held what appears to be proof of early man conquering space flight. This is a picture of the lid to the sarcophagus of King Pakal, and on it, is what appears to be a man in the cockpit or capsule of a rocket shit, manning the controls as he ascends into space. This theory was made famous in Erich Von Daniken’s 1968 best seller, Chariot of the Gods where Daniken compared the image on the stone to that of the astronauts of Project Mercury. But let’s take a closer look… Around the lid are hieroglyphics that represent night and day, and placed accordingly to show movement from east to west to represent Pakal transitioning from life (daytime) to death (nighttime). What is commonly mistaken for a rocket ship with fire shooting out of the bottom is in fact something found in many cultures known as The World Tree (more about that in another video). The branches extend into heaven, while the roots (fire?) extend into the underworld symbolizing a connection between the heavens, earth and the underworld. Sprawled across the branches is the double headed vision serpent which is believed to live in the center of the world. This is also a symbol for royalty. The celestial bird also known as The Bird of heaven is the lord of the cosmos “heavens.” which is why it is placed at the top of the World Tree’s branches. Pakal sits upon the Monster of the Sun. Because ancient cultures believed that when the sun set, it sank into the underworld where it went to die. The Monster of the sun represents Pakals transition, as it sinks to the world below, taking the king with it. Which is represented by his position as if he’s falling down. As much as I would love to know the early Mayan’s technological abilities didn’t just include plumbing, but interplanetary space travel as well… What you really see is just a beautiful depiction of a powerful king’s death and his travel’s from this world, to the underworld.