Arizona, the Superstition Mountains. where Legends, myths and superstitions abound!
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Superstition Mountains
Ahh...One of my most favorite places in the world is the Superstition Mountains, where legends and superstitions abound!  The Indians have a legend of the Little People or 'Tuar-Tums,' who live
below the Salt River Valley, or Valley of the Sun.Sources have claimed that 'little men'  that live within the mountain  have been seen on top of ridges in the Superstitions , as if they were guarding
something (an entrance to an underground system perhaps?)
There are scores of crevices, caves and openings in the Sups. Many treasure hunters believe the Cocopah Indians once knew of a subterranean network of caves and tunnels beneath the
mountains.   Geronimo was reported  seen stepping into rock walls and disappearing without a trace, only to be seen days later in New Mexico. The Apaches have a legend that their remote
ancestors came from a large island in the eastern sea where there were great buildings and ports for ships. The Fire Dragon arose, and their ancestors had to flee to mountains far away to the
south. Later they were forced to take refuge in immense and ancient tunnels of which  they wandered for years. Is this where Geronimo's knowledge came from on the tunnel system of the
Click here to read more on the hidden tunnel systems of the Superstition Mountains The treasure hunters speak of her treasures of Spanish gold and we have  all heard of The Lost
Dutchman's Mine .The Indians tell the tale of the 'Lady of the Mountain' and the 'White Stallion' that guards the Mountains treasures.
Click here to read the Pima Legend of the Superstitions.   On
this site, we will try to follow up on some of these legends.
Every chance we get, Brad and I go to the Superstitions. Below are a few of the many stories I plan on sharing with you. Keep checking in on this page as I update with more stories. Thank You.
Read about Mary's
Experience in the
Mountains  and her
trip to The Hall Of
Click Here
On our last trip to the
Superstition Mountains
we went in search of
time portals and lost
treasure. Here you
see Brad standing at
the beginning of the
First Water Trail that
starts our trip into the
Click on the
and read the
first of many articles I
have for you on our
trip into her interior.
Did you know that
there was a race
of Giants found in
Arizona? Click the
link below and
find out more
Click Here
Another one of my
favorite places in
Arizona is the Red
Rock Canyon.
These pictures
were taken on the
outskirts of Sedona,
famous for it's
vortex. The red
rocks are known for
their healing
qualities. This is
sacred ground for
the Native American
Indians.  Sedona is
very popular with
the New Agers. We
found some
wonderful little
shops there selling
crystals and other
metaphysical items.
While visiting the Superstitions, we always make a point to stop in and visit our good friend Bob, the owner of Goldfield Ghosttown and his brother, Jerry.  They re-opened the town in the late
1980's. It's been a struggle, but every year we watch the town grow and flourish , drawing thousands of tourists yearly . Bob is a Lost Dutchman Hunter . Ask him to share some his stories with
you of his adventures in the mountains.   
To check out the ghost town click here

In the late 1800s, gold seekers rushed west. They settled in desolate areas and worked long, hard days. The Mammoth Mine, just north of where Goldfield Ghost Town now sits, lured thousands
and produced about $1.5 million worth of gold in those days. In today's market that gold would be worth more than $20 million.

The ore was extracted in the original mine at a depth of more than 1,000 feet.
The miners worked 10 to 12 hours a day and got paid  $3 per day., The life expectancy of a miner was only 30 to 35 years because of the dust they breathed. The miners lived nearby in a tent
city. The town of Goldfield began as a collection of white canvas tents, complete with a post office and school.

In its five-year run as a bustling town, it consisted of three saloons, a boarding house, general store, blacksmith shop, brewery, meat market and a schoolhouse. More than 4,000 people lived
there during its boom, but gold production withered and the town did, too.

Although the original town burned in a fire, owners Bob and Lou-Ann Schoose rebuilt Goldfield in the 1980s and have scoured the West for authentic mining machinery to make the town as
original as possible. .

Information: Goldfield Ghost Town, (480) 983-0333.<



January, 1947: W.H. (initials) of Yucca valley, calif., while still serving in the U.S. Navy, was on leave with C.C. (initials) who was just out of the Army.While they were looking for desert property to
buy they came upon the Papagos Indian reservation, north of the rugged
Superstition Mountains west of Globe, Arizona. While traveling on a dirt trail, they came upon a group of military
personnel guarding a crashed saucer had been buried in the sand.
Description: Disc shaped wit a dome top; about 30 feet in diameter; two rings on it's outer edge which seemed to have windows between them. There was no evidence of an encampment or heavy
Arizona cinematographer/Ufologist-Jeff Willes Jeff resides in the Phoenix area and is available & interested in showing his material and/or speaking/lecturing/vending at any UFO related events.
Click here for Jeff's Website
by David Icke

I just want to pass on some information I have come across which may well explain shapeshifting and much else, too.

I have been chatting today to Brian Desborough, my scientist friend in California, and we have been discussing mono-atomic gold. This comes in the form of a white powder and has a
two-dimensional atomic structure (one or two atoms working together) while regular gold has a three-dimensional structure (ten or more atoms working together).

Without going into all the scientific detail, when you consume this mono-atomic gold by mouth or injection, it increases the current carrying capacity of the nervous system by ten thousand times.

This would allow a person to process fantastic amounts of information like a super computer and when enough has been absorbed it would allow them to consciously move through other
dimensions and shapeshift because suddenly the brain is activated to open those vast areas that we do not use in today's world. It aligns the brain cells so they all start talking to each other again.

More than that, if you consume enough of this mono-atomic gold your physical body would become luminous, I'm told, so explaining the ancient accounts of the reptilian gods and children of the
gods who "shone like the Sun". Mono-atomic gold can be made from regular gold and it can be processed from certain ores, many of which are found in places like Arizona in the United States.
This, I suggest, is the true meaning of the references to gold and gold mining in the Sumerian Tablets and not literally mining for normal gold, unless that was done to create the mono-atomic

This substance gave - gives - the reptilians amazing abilities to process information and shapeshift because of the staggering amounts of energy they can hold and process. I am sure the ancient
Egyptians, Sumerians, Babylonians, and Phoenicians etc. used this, or more accurately, their ruling elite did, thus giving them a mental potential denied the general population.

The same continues today. This was one of the big secrets held within the Mystery Schools and passed on into the top levels of the modern secret society network. Mono-atomic gold also has
unbelievable healing properties in that it aligns the cells to carry phenomenal amounts of light energy, thus dispersing the blockages and imbalances we call disease or illness.

David Icke

But the elixer of life that was supplied by the Goddess
was 'menstraul' blood..thus the 'milk' of the goddess. And
could have contained such an ingredient.
In addition to the Star Fire ritual, the Bloodline Kings were also
said to have been nourished with the Milk of the Goddess, and it
would appear that this 'milk' contained an enzyme that was itself
conducive to active longevity. Today's genetic researchers call this
enzyme telomerase. As recently reported in the journal Science [vol.
279, 16 January 1998], corporate studies and those of the University
of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have determined that telomerase
has unique anti-ageing properties.

Cave[s] near the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers. Hopi legends say that their ancestors once lived underground with a friendly race of "ant people" [not to be confused with
the sinister "mantis" people described by several abductees], but some of their kind turned to sorcery and made an alliance with lizard or serpent men known as the "two hearts", which dwelt in
still deeper caverns below. The "flood" of evil and violence forced the peaceful Hopi's to the surface world. An explorer named G. E. Kincaid claimed to have found "one of" the ancient caves, in
which were reportedly discovered Oriental, Egyptian & Central American type artifacts. Smithsonian archaeologists S. A. Jordan and associates also explored the man-made cavern with hundreds
of rooms, enough to hold over 50 thousand people. The underground city is about 42 miles up river from El Tovar Crystal Canyon and Crystal Creek, and about 2000 feet above the river bed on
the east wall. John Rhodes after 3 years of field research reportedly discovered the Grand Canyon city, which is now being used as a museum for elitist groups and has lower levels that are being
used by "super secret black book operatives", which can only be entered via a stainless steel door at the bottom of a stairwell deep within the "city" that is "guarded by a very lonely soldier staring
into the darkness... dressed in a white jumpsuit and armed only with an M16 assault rifle to ward off his imagination." source: ARIZONA GAZETTE, March 12, 1909 & April 5, 1909; Robert Morning
Sky; John Rhodes
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own experiences. The author and investigator often takes visitors
on tours containing an inter-dimensional vortex and hosts yearly
conferences and meet ups with many well known speakers on
anomalous phenomena."
What differentiates her book. Haunted Burlington Wisconsin , is that
Sutherland includes her explanations of the unknown realms and
phenomena with tips for heightening the reader's own psychic
awareness. Readers who complete this dizzying journey may find
they can no longer look at Burlington in exactly the same way.
Perhaps, then, this book itself may be considered a vortex. and
whether or not it actually transports you to another place, it will
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