Grand Canyon Escalade: Descend into the Underworld
Soon gates to the underworld very well may be opening up for admission to the general public!
It seems even with the monumental advances in modern day archaeology, most of the world’s buried cities still remain a mystery. According to an article published in The Arizona Gazette on April 5, 1909, the Grand Canyon was once home to a civilization that most likely consisted of mummy’s of cyclopean proportions. No mummy measured less than 9 feet and all of them were wrapped in dark linen. Kinkaid wrote he had stood one of them up and photographed it by flashlight, but that photo is nowhere to be found.
The article mentions the discovery of an enormous underground citadel by an explorer named G.E. Kinkaid, who according to records stumbled upon it while rafting on the Colorado River after seeing strange “stains in the sediment” above a cave whereupon he landed his boat, made his way up the side of the canyon, walked past “steps” and found the cave entrance. Upon entering the cave, he then went inside the entrance and discovered large hallways and rooms some containing giant “mummies” and various other “artifacts” along with what appeared to him at the time to be “hieroglyphics” of an “Egyptian” or “Oriental” type. The story tells of elaborate paths, mammoth sized rooms, an underground citadel, enough space to accommodate 50,000 people, Egyptian mummies, weapons, instruments, idols, tablets, and other strange out of place items.
Another detail worth noting about this Canyon area are such names found as Buddha Temple, the Buddha Cloister Manu Temple, Shiva Temple, and the Cheops Pyramid. Is there any relationship between these places and the alleged Egyptian discoveries in the caves? A state archaeologist at the Grand Canyon is on record saying that the early explorers somehow had Egyptian and Hindu names, but it was also true that the area was indeed off limits to all visitors, because of “dangerous caves...”
The story gained momentum when author David Hatcher Childress, who has appeared on televisions shows like Ancient Aliens, published the newspaper article as fact in his book Lost Cities of North and Central America.
Over the years the odd account continues to grow for their have been many attempt to debunk the tale. Some have pointed out there is no evidence that a G. E. Kinkaid or his sapposed partner Professor S. A. Jordan who it is said believed the cave to be a ceremonial crypt even existed. The Smithsonian Institution points out that neither an S. A. Jordan, nor a G. E. Kinkaid were ever employed or associated with them. These details left many to believe the whole account was more likely a possible hoax sense there was no possible the Smithsonian Institute would hide a find like this. However, something pointed out by David Hatcher Childress himself may inform the reader wherein really lies the mystery:
“The Smithsonian’s Board of Regents still refuses to open its meetings to the news media or the public. If Americans were ever allowed inside the ‘nation’s attic’, as the Smithsonian has been called, what skeletons might they find?”
For a long time after Mr. Childress first published the story the Grand Canyon tale seemed to gently drift away down the Colorado river until it resurfaced in May of 2012 when a group of investigators traveled to the area in search of the fabled “underground city” in Marble Canyon. What they uncovered is startling.
Expedition to SIPAPU
Teaming up with David Hatcher Childress in 2012 to go to the Grand Canyon is Elder Clifford Mahooty a member of the Zuni Pueblo Indian Tribe of New Mexico. Mahooty is a retired civil/environmental engineer and worked in many projects with Shell Oil Company, US Federal Government in Environmental justice for Indian tribes, Tribal housing projects in the as a commissioned officer in water, waste water, and EPA enforcement in environmental compliance. Mahooty is active in the Zuni orders of the Kachina, Galaxy Medicine Society, Sun Clan leadership, and is a wisdom keeper of the Zuni history. Mahooty is considered to be an expert on many levels which is why he has appeared on many television shows like Ancient Aliens and others.
Throughout the years many people have doubted the G.E. Kinkaid story, however, in light of the above video one really has to wonder now. To openly see helicopters transporting cargo in and out of the canyon was remarkably odd. What could they possibly be transporting back and forth? Seeing the look on Clifford Mahooty’s face spoke volumes no doubt.
Hearing Clifford Mahooty clearly mention there is a portal to the underworld located in the same area as the cave discovered by G.E. Kinkaid known as the “place of emergence” from the underworld or SIPAPU is an interesting connection. Another interesting point to note is how Mr. Mahooty specifically mentions how the Smithsonian Institution dumped these artifacts into the sea instead of telling the world the truth. Why hide the truth to begin with?
Marble Canyon Research; Sipapu, Kincaid’s Cave (1909) Lost Civilization in Grand Canyon Found!
The recent discovery of a giant stone (head) statue of approximately 100 feet tall in likeness of Toltec peoples of Teotihuacan has recently raised a few questions. The 2014 video claims this is the Sipapu of these tribes:
“It is quite easy to travel from Atlantean settlements on the Gulf coast into the canyon, then migrate to the south. In this theory the Toltec peoples would be entirely related to Egyptian society, as the Atlantean civilization had flowered into opposite branches at that point in history. In prophecy we read the tales of return of the men of knowledge, the return of the golden age.”
Of particular interest in the video is the mention of and reference to the god Quetzalcoatl the “Plumbed Serpent” who’s mouth is said to be a worm hole. Quetzalcoatl is said to have the Montezuma Well as one of his dwellings. Strange how this god, who has access to the heavens above as well as to the underworld is said to be connected to these places, these SIPAPU’s. Even stranger is how almost all the tribes in the Four Corners region and beyond have these beliefs... (Few people know the religious beliefs of the American Indians were made illegal to practice while they were put into camps and force fed what the US Government wanted them to believe.)
The Grand Canyon Escalade Casino Vortex
Council Delegate Ben Bennett sponsored a bill to get the Navajo Nation to approve and fork over $65 million to help build the Grand Canyon Escalade Casina/Resort a proposed entertainment complex on the eastern rim of the Grand Canyon within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation.
The Grand Canyon Escalade — opposed by tens of thousands of people worldwide — would take 420 acres of land away from Navajos on the western side of the Navajo Nation to build a resort and gondola tram down into Grand Canyon National Park at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers. The proposed development is opposed by the federal government, conservationists and more than 18 American Indian tribes, who say there are many sacred spaces that would be desecrated.
The Memorandum of Understanding to develop this 200 million dollar project in such an odd breathtaking area that would have a 1.6-mile gondola tram ride that would drop 3,200 feet into the Canyon, taking visitors from rim to river in about 10 minutes down into to what was once called a “gateway to the underworld” in the ancient past.
This project not only verifies the original find ran by the Arizona Gazette on April 5, 1909 but also gives rise to the very distinct possibility the gates to the underworld very well may be opening up for admission to the general public sometime soon in the near future.
NOTE: This information has been taken from a chapter in the book the Sedona/Verde Valley Vortex or will be included in the next update.
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