Posts Tagged ‘ancient mysteries’
Along with the tape of a UFO overcoming and disappearing with an Air-Force jet over Tucson, Arizona this month August 8, 2009; Manta-Ray type craft were seen in New Mexico three weeks prior to this event. As a Tucson resident who lives near Davis-Monthan Air force Base in Tucson, I see the same roof-tops, power-lines, and jets every day – the same elements that appear on the UFO/Jet video. Aircraft from around the world come here to fly during the winter and summer months. Our desert resembles the Middle East and it gives the pilots experience with desert flying.
The same day that I saw the Tucson tape, I received a letter from a resident of Austin, Texas who had been camping in New Mexico and had the following sighting:
“I am writing to you because I have been attempting to come to a further understanding concerning a sighting of a Manta- Ray looking UFO in the Rio Puerco valley in N.M. My two friends and I co-witnessed these intelligent seeming craft/entities as low as maybe 1000 ft or so with multi- colored strobing lights on the bottom. It was at night and we were camping out. I am completely stunned at the “reality” of this experience and when I Googled Manta-Ray UFO I found your fascinating article – ” Manta UFOs as Living Creatures and the Nature of Aquatic Cryptids: Paranormal Corridor Southwest”.
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Aug. 9, 1899: “With the trophies of his summer’s explorations spread out about him, Dr. Cole has turned his parlor into an anthropological museum. One table is covered with water jugs and incense pipes, the sofa hidden under stone axes, mortars, pestles, weaving shuttles and pottery; another table is decked with a row of grinning skulls and huge crossbones; beneath it comfortably repose all the parts of a skeleton, from the toe bones to the shoulder blades, waiting to be wired together, and strewn about are bows and arrows, baskets, jugs of twisted twigs made water-tight by pitch; modern Indian pottery, photographs by the score, and a hundred-pound stump of petrified wood. The skulls are a particularly valued possession.”
The Rev. George L. Cole of Los Angeles tells amazing stories of a weird, ancient culture that flourished in the cliffs of New Mexico. A race of people 7 feet tall (this grew to 8 feet in later stories) with curious teeth who worshiped the sun and considered the turkey to be a sacred animal. They also played flutes made of pelican bones, Cole said. (Pelicans in New Mexico, eh? I wonder how that happened)
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