Honanki Heritage: The Secret Gateway
Discover the hidden gateway!
Sedona is a truly one of the most mysterious spots on the planet. This wonderful place is famous for its vortexes and it has long been known as an inter-dimensional portal. According to local legends and folklore, there are tunnels leading from Sedona to another space-time dimension.
The Bradshaw Ranch became famous for all kinds of paranormal activity which had remarkably been recorded at the place through various means over the years. Most of the reported strange encounters consisted of orbs flying around in groups which would light up the sky at night. Where these unusual craft/beings originated from and why they seemed to be gathering and concentrated at the Bradshaw Ranch seemed to be a mystery until Linda Bradshaw published her book “Merging Dimensions: The Opening Portals of Sedona” in 1995. In the book Linda Bradshaw described and unexplained the behavior of flying ”Balls of Light” and witnessed a host of UFO activity and phenomena which ultimately lead her to conclude the site had become an active “inter-dimensional portal.”
Linda Bradshaw observed: “I believe these openings have always been on our plane and they’ve perhaps been the portals to allow others in, but if one were to ask my opinion of my experiences regarding this magical place, I would say that not only are they being allowed in, but they are coming in in great numbers.”
The Palatki and Honanki Heritage Sister Sites
The Bradshaw Ranch is located in the middle of sister ancient ruins called the Palatki and Honanki Heritage sites. These ruins are the largest cliff dwellings in the Red Rock Country from about A.D. 1150 to 1350. The heritage sites are very well preserved. Some of the brick-and-mortar walls still stand, while others are in various stages of deterioration. Archaeologists use the term Sinagua, ancestors of the Hopi, for the archaeological culture associated with these locations.
The Honanki site contains a more extensive set of ruins than Palatki. It represents one of the largest population centers in the Verde Valley. There were more than 60 ground floor rooms and another whole row of rooms in front of what is visible today, which would bring the total to 72 rooms, with various phases of construction and abandonment throughout the years.
Above the ruins there is also a significant amount of pictographs at the site, however, it is generally not as varied or accessible as that at Palatki. Pictographs are a key feature of the site and most were created when the Sinagua inhabited the area, although some date as far back as 2,000 B.C. The location would later become home to the Yavapai and Apache who also left artwork on the stone walls between 1400 AD and 1875 AD.
The Honanki and Palatki archaeological sites were first studied by Jesse Walter Fewkes of the Smithsonian Institution who conducted test excavations at both sites in 1895 and in 1911, during his study of Hopi migration traditions. Fewkes named the site “Honanki,” which means “Bear House” in the Hopi language.
When approaching the Honanki site right away one can’t but help see the bright white circular pictograph remarkably resembling what was being seen flying around at the Bradshaw Ranch which was all captured on film by professional crews on several occasions over the years. This information was presented in more detail in “Bradshaw Ranch Portal Revelations 2017.”
A large white “orb” hovers over what appear to be people next to what appears to be some type of giant. What is the artist attempting to relate with these images one can only speculate, however, the fact these are found in the area where “orbs” are commonly found flying around should raise a few questions. If people have are able to capture images and video of these craft/beings for years and we find pictographs of the same 1000’s of years old on cliffs near by then there’s a good indication something’s going on that needs to be further investigated.
At the same location in appears there is another drawing high up on the cliff wall of an orb with a person standing below with arms held up in the air in reverence. While this one person stands before the orb others are also standing with arms held up in the air as well. What is the artist of the time trying to say...
There are two images who resemble the desert figure Kokopelli, a figure found throughout the Southwest on many ancient petroglyphs and can even be found in art today. Kokopelli has been revered since at least the time of the Hohokam, Yuman, and Ancestral Pueblo peoples. The first known petroglyphs of him appear on Hohokam pottery dated between 750 and 850 AD.
Finding an image of this mysterious character here at this location is telling for legend says the music from this trickster’s flute opens “portals” and “gateways” to other worlds.
See the opening... The difference in color, round curves, it looks like a doorway into the earth! There was a structure at one time built around it to perhaps hide the gateway... Very interesting to say the least. Its obvious there was an opening at one time then something pushed the rock door of different type of rock into place from within. Reminds me of an observatory that has been abandoned. (This find perhaps gives further credit to all the rumors of all the underground tunnels going from Sedona to Jerome.)
There are images of the same found at the sister Palatki site and other locations close by at places like V Bar V Ranch Heritage site. The fact these type of ancient images are found all over the area matching exactly what has been captured on video over the years speaks volumes. There is indeed a mystery present one of which very well may be worth pursuing for its one that very well may lead out of this world.
NOTE: This information has been taken from a chapter in the book the Sedona/Verde Valley Vortex and or will be added on the next update.
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