The basic story of this about the Zuni and Hopi indians is really quite amazing. They also talk about the star peoples connections to this site. What they point out in these videos is the corruption at the Smithsonian which surprised me. Apparently a lost civilization was discovered with mega artifacts and the Smithsonian confiscated them and hid them. Now why would they do that? What is it about this "civilization" that threatens them? Is it aliens? We will never know because the Smithsonian has the artifacts under lock and key.
They are not available for public viewing. Now why is that? The second video, I believe covers this issue. While trying to explore and work this site, they were buzzed by helicopters and other vehicles that were carrying something down the gorge below. They are flying loads down into the gorge and they were able to film it.
This is or was at the time of filming a "no fly Zone" due to the nature of the area. But mining interests had been lobbying to get in to the area to mine for uranium. We did a blog discussing, one time, the ownership of uranium mines in the Grand Canyon are owned by the Queen of England. Then we find out the US government was also going to take water out of the "little Colorado". Finally, VIDEO #2, spills bigger beans through the interview with Childress, and is a critical part of the much bigger picture.
Now for my personal story, I took a 9 day white water rafting trip down the colorado river and it was an amazing experience. I bathed in the river, caught my dinner - rainbow trout, from the river, and visited with wingless wasps, lizards, rams, and other creatures. It was the most spiritual experience of my life. I also got very brave and body surfed down the little Colorado River and it was a thrilling experience. I managed to come out alive.
At the end of the trip I asked someone to leave me a knife and to leave me behind. I never wanted to leave. Of course, they wouldn't do it, but I sure wanted to do it. You would not believe the pools and other geology like water falls etc that were there along with wonderful living creatures. It was worth every penny. The best 9 days of my life. I believe they are going to try and ruin it with their mining. Keep an eye out for this great treasure of our country and make sure no one destroys it. Now read and watch below and you decide.
Expedition to Sipapu-"Grand Canyon's Lost City"
Published by JC Johnson on Sep 8, 2012
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.
Video # 2
ARCHAEOLOGICAL COVERUPS BY DAVID HATCHER CHILDRESS EGYPTIAN CAVES-GRAND CANYON WITH GEORGE NOORY
Published by Karen Slaughter, on May 11, 2013
NOTE by the uploader: (VN: this note is correct about the gap, but it is worth watching the photos and listening to the rest after the gap, so please hang in there. In fact, I consider this the more important video and you will see why after listening to the whole video, even with the gap in there.)
The audio goes out around the 10 minute mark so look at the pictures and then go to 21 minutes and the audio resumes where it left off...none of it is missing. I don't know why it does that and I can't fix it without replacing the whole thing and it took over two weeks to make and then 27 hours to upload. So, just look at the pics and then go to 20 minutes and it picks up. So very sorry for that. Thanks!
An older interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory with David Hatcher Childress discussing the Egyptian city found in 1909 underneath the Grand Canyon. This interview covered a multitude of subjects, not only the Egyptian city, but the Olmecs, the Maya, Vimanas, ancient technology, the Pyramids and Ziggurats, UFOs and artifacts on the moon (with the video showing as they talk about it...did you know the moon has pyramids? All this is discussed in this interesting and captivating interview with Mr. Childress.
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