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Thursday, November 27, 2014

One of the MOST unusual glyphs..

This is by far one of the most unusual panels I have seen, I was taken to it by my friend Steve many years ago with those who found it, it is no longer accessible except by special permission. Because it does not fit what is considered normal by academia, it is considered a modern creation, however, I can attest it is very old.



Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Unusual Glyphs

Over the years I have been invited to go see many sites, sometimes with the surety that what I am going to see will knock my socks off only to arrive after a long hike to see worm rock, or natural marks on a rock which the finder saw as ancient egyptian writings. But, of these many occurrences some of them truly do knock my socks off, but what I have here today is some of the unusual glyphs I have been to and these, I can only stand in wonder and amazement. Are these Native American Petroglyphs? If not, then who did it, why and when? Although I feel I know the answer as to who is responsible for each of the following, I thought I would share these photos for you to ponder the possibilities.

One of the glyph sites below is photoshopped for good reason, in keeping the ambiguity of its location.









Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Aztec Treasure? "This cave holds the highest amounts ever known to man"

"Upon these papers is written in mules blood in a language I do not understand, 
...... to find an enormous cave which contains 
the treasures of the ancient tribes of this area." 
"This cave holds the highest amounts ever known to man"


It it possible this cave is one of the 7 caves of the Aztec origin?

Many years had past since Silvestre Prado had seen his friend Pedro Jose Salvador a Mexican Indian. It had been near forty years since the two had traveled as guides with the Spanish expeditions into the North. Pedro had elected to remain with the Indians of the area when the two parted ways.  Silvestre now nearing his 60’s returned to the place in the North where he had last seen his friend to the place where Pedro had decided to settle after the Spanish explorers had gone. At the time, Pedro and Silvestre had served as interpreters to the Spanish and aided them by communication with the Yaqui Indian who lived in the land,  the Paiute to the North and other tribes nearby.



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Silvestre after many days of travel and a difficult crossing of the deep canyon had finally reached the place where they had once lived and worked with the Spanish many years ago only to find the remains of the corals and the humble dwellings. In the hidden place where the two had long ago kept their personal possessions, Silvestre found a couple of gold bars and a worn piece of leather with writing written to him or anyone finding it and explaining things which Pedro had discovered over the years. Silvestre knew the leather had been left for him, but what happened to his old friend Pedro? Not knowing what had happened to him and knowing he was not fit to remain there to discover the things Pedro had left behind and hidden nearby, he took the gold bars and the old poor condition piece of leather back home with him never learning what had happened to his friend. Silvestre now 88 years of age and in 1900, considering his age and due to the progressing decay of the old leather decided to re write the contents on cloth paper for his posterity.


It would be another 79 years before the now old cloth or should I say a copy, found its way to a colleague of mine. A descendant of Silvestre had brought the cloth to my friend for help in finding the things it spoke of. My friend had made a few attempts to search the area but could never really dedicate the time necessary to the project due to other projects that kept him busy and on December of 2006 he turned the project over to me primarily because of my frequent visits to the area at the time.

Prior to receiving the old document and the story, I and some of my friends had found some interesting things in the suspect area not knowing that they had to do with the story I had not yet received.


“Further North in the arroyo there is 3 large monuments in lichen”

The document reads something like this;

Go to the place in the mountains and look for the reinforced coral, once you have found it........................................ you will find ..... large flat ....Beneath them you will find oak planks with pins of the same wood that were used for rafters, and they are covered with cowhides. Remove them and you will find a large store of silver bars. Further down you will find a large cross with wide edges and beneath it planks and cowhide and under it is gold, silver and a ....... You will be happy when you find this because upon ....... you will find jewels of gold and silver and papers made from berry wood. Upon these papers is written in mules blood in a language I do not understand, ...... to find an enormous cave which contains the treasures of the ancient tribes of this area. This cave holds the highest amounts ever known to man. Further ...... in the arroyo there is 3 large monuments in lichen with a tree that is peach growing in the center. Who should find this cloth will be happy, I am now 88 years of age,

Canon de Huajuco Tamatan Tamaulipas
19th of November, 1900
Silvestre Prado

In the spring of 2008 one of the many from this area asked if we would like to see some ruins that he had found, and of course we did. When we drove up on the ruins it was not what we expected and as we got out of our trucks and approached the ruins it was very clear he had found Pedro’s Coral.





Draft of Coral Site


Needless to say were we’re very excited at the anticipation that this was more than likely Pedro’s coral which we knew was a key in the story. We have spent many days in this area knowing we were in the right place but never did we expect to just have the coral handed to us. Now it was time to search the ravine, something that sounds simple enough but there are barriers to overcome and we have made two minor attempts to locate the cave, but as of yet we have not found it. We have however found several other very interesting things and these things alone will draw us to this remote place no doubt, over and over again. I can’t wait to go again.

Update: 

We have since discovered a translation error... NOW things are starting to come together...

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Miscellaneous Glyphs





Sadly enough, the best form of Preservation is through Concealment.

Before "Civilization"


After


"We were told that we would be civilized, if civilized means destruction, ignorance, suppression and domination, then we choose to remain as we are."

Some more favorites from the Strip




Emotional Chaos

From This


To This


I cannot explain the emotions I feel when I come up on a familiar site to appreciate a favorite glyph of my ancient relatives and I find this. I think I understand why some people kill others, I think I understand why some would beat another to a bloody pulp, I makes me want to set up a field cameras and wait... day in and day out with a rifle, trying to decide whether the culprit is better off dead, or whether I would get more satisfaction watching them go to prison. In case you haven't noticed, this kind of thing really pisses me off!

I cannot return to the site simply because I am afraid of what I might see... and what I might do...
This sort of thing really messes with my emotions...


Some Old Time Favorite Glyphs from the Arizona Strip





Sunday, November 16, 2014

An Old but Favorite Photo

This is one of the most photographed glyphs in Utah, 
The Zipper Glyph at the Gap

An old but favorite photo

Aztec Navigational Glyph





My reason for presenting this here today is to give some general information that I hope someone here may be familiar with. One aspect of my research is pertaining to this hieroglyph that is found in various places in the North and particularly Northern Arizona. This hieroglyph has been called many things, Water Glyphs, Key Glyphs and recently termed by an archaeologist report, Cup and Channel Glyphs. It is suspect that this hieroglyph is a key in navigation of the Aztec to and from their former lands in the North and to their more recent homeland in Mexico.

We have discovered near 130 locations of these hieroglyphs with GPS and photos for study. We have also found what seems to be a trail of them heading towards Mexico down the Rio Grande in Texas but have not received any confirmation of any in Texas. They are found between Saint George Utah (Some Say Nevada) to Page Arizona and from southern Utah to northern Arizona with a few exceptions of some found near Winslow and south of Holdbrook.

My question is to all of you, have you seen a hieroglyph such as this and matching the following description?

There are in almost every case found to be circular to oval shaped and about 45 centimeters to 60 centimeters in diameter. The tail as we call it is in almost every case where the glyph is complete and not damaged, about 90 to 120 centimeters long. The tail and the dots are carved deeper and wider than the rest of the hieroglyph at about 5 centimeters wide. The remaining part such as the line forming the circle and the straight line within, are not as deep or wide.

It is believed the trail of suspect hieroglyphs may head North out of Mexico towards and maybe east of Monterrey and then to the Rio Grande and following that drainage to their ancient homelands. It is suspect that these can and will be found between the two points along the way. They are in almost every case found horizontal and on the highest bluff or rock in the general vicinity, when groups of them are found they are generally in a crescent configuration.

If you know of any location of this hieroglyph between Texas and Mexico, please take pictures from all angles, please note the compass degrees in which the tail points (the Tail being the 4 foot line extending from the oval) and a GPS location (Set GPS Datum to WGS 84) . This is NOT a treasure symbol as some would believe, it is believed to be navigational in purpose and it is one of the many focuses of my research dealing with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas. Your assistance in this would be greatly appreciated.

Variations of what the hieroglyph may look like based on 130 locations are as in the following illustration.

Some Examples of variations

If you have any information concerning locations outside of south western Kane County, South eastern Washington County Utah or the extreme northern parts of the Arizona Strip in the areas of Fredonia, Colorado City and Pipe Springs area, please contact me at ...

tuscoro@gmail.com

Thank You!
Tuscoro



Thursday, November 13, 2014

The Presumed Lady?... of Elche?

This presumed artifact was found in 1969 at the level of 6 feet below the surface and in virgin soil. Until I find reason not to, at this time I am taking the finders word for it. It would appear to be a buckle due to the apparatus on the rear of the medallion and it has a slight curvature. it is approximately 3 inches in width.

This strange find in Richfield has open the door to one of the most facinating mysteries of historical possabilities of this land I have ever had the priviledge of unraveling, and it is just begining!


Use of this photo is granted with requested and given  permission, 
please give credit where credit is due.

Photo Courtesy of the finder who wishes to remain anonymous and the AHR Foundation, 
Photo editing by Daniel Lowe.

This little artifact has created quite a stir, most of those who claim to be professionals who have examined only the photo, deem this a modern creation simply because it is much easier for them to do so, rather than actually put forth the effort to discover why it was found in Richfield Utah 6 feet below the surface. The photo was at one time presented to various forums throughout France and Spain, and to date no one has any idea what it is, or where it came from. The only opinions expressed where of the equivalency of hoax in that it was said, "It must have been made as a commemorative in celebration of the return of the Lady of Elche from France in 1940". Well then, why does no one to date in Spain know what it is, and how did one get here? How did 12 of them end up in Paris France in the refuse of a little antique shop, of which they also have no idea where they came from or what they are? Why is it there is no hallmark required by law? When it doesn't fit the curriculum, it requires much less effort, to just give it a label whether it be Iberians, Hoax, or Commemorative. Who were these Iberians?


One of the 12 medallions found in Antique shop in France


Two smaller Medalions found in Paris France at a flee market
(Copyright Photo Courtesy of Shawn Davies)

I believe I have discovered the origin of these medallions, where they were made, by whom and why. I also believe I have discovered the origins of the Lady of Elche bust. It was discovered in Elche Spain in 1897 and was purchase by a French Archaeologist and taken to France. Of course they had no idea who made it or where it came from other than is was excavated from ruins in Elche. However because it was found in Spain and ancient, it must have been made by them Iberians, how convenient. In 1940 the polychrome bust was returned to Spain, since then, it has been elevated it to Goddess status and tagged it as the "Lady" of Elche, the puzzling thing about it is, they have no idea who it is or where it came from and it isn't even a representation of a Lady in the slightest, it is however a man, and one well known in the world even today and whose identity will amaze you.


Lady? of Elche discovered in Spain in 1897

Before all is said and done, it will be discovered that the medallions, The Lady of Elche, Lady of Baza, the Lady of Guardamar and like artifacts in Fact... have their origins in the west, and were brought back to Spain between 700 and 1100 AD or by the same people in an earlier migration between 100 BC and 400 AD by a group of immigrant explorers none seem to know ever came to this place in the west. Near every detail concerning the many identifying marks of the medalions and the poloychrome bust is examined to show you their origins in the book The Forbidden Histories of the Americas.

I believe that before long, you will have a better understanding of this place here in the west, a better understanding of the origins of Buddhism, who Budha was, Where King Solomon's men actually went, who the Queen of Sheba was and where she actually came from along with her ties to India and I think you will finally understand why the mythical Kingdom of Sham-bala or Shem-bala (Children of Shem) remains hidden from the world as it is not in China. You will look at the caves of Ajanta of India in a new light and see the ties to America's western regions. What was the purpose of the medallions? You will with out a doubt begin to understand why so many cultures of the past have been coming to the Americas, all essentially looking for the same place,  the same things and why. Read the answer to the question what are those wheels on the sides of the head, what do they represent and what part do they play on identifying the mysterious individual portrayed and how it ties to the Aztec?


Buddhist/Hindu Wheel of Dharmachakra 



Lady of Elche                          Ajanta Cave Image

Coincident?

You may learn more concerning this in the book, The Forbidden Histories of the Americas by Daniel Lowe which at this time is only available in pdf format, it is unedited and is a work in progress, however is no longer available until printing...



IF YOU, have any compelling evidence as to the origins of the above presumed artifact, please contact me at Tuscoro@gmail.com


Sunday, November 9, 2014

Some Old Time Favorite places...







The Cottonwood Tablets

In July of 1916, the headlines of a local newspaper read,

Mysterious Tablet Is Uncovered In Cottonwood Archaeologist Explore Workings of Ancients

For the next 4 days consecutive news articles appeared. It seems two miners working a copper mine in Cottonwood Canyon broke into what appeared to be an ancient tunnel. At first it was believed to be one of the many old Spanish mines believed to be in the area yet further exploration into the sometimes partially cave tunnels, produced no evidence of Spanish mining tools. Instead what was found was a labyrinth of tunnels with a hieroglyphic form of writings on the walls and sculptured reliefs. Upon discovery the site became closely guarded as archaeologist investigated a small part.

Like many archaeological discoveries yielding controversial artifacts, this site for reasons unknown, was never labeled as a hoax. Perhaps because the whole thing disappeared after just 4 days.

After 3 days of excitement and efforts to better clear the tunnel leading to this discovery, the miners are said to have set off a blast that caved the workings that led to the amazing archaeological discovery. Nothing was ever said of the find again and those artifacts which were brought out of the tunnels just seemed to disappear.

Among the many copper and iron implements, and pottery that were found, some curious tablets were found as well in the tunnels. 3 items were removed from the site and photographed for the newspapers, a Marble Tablet with hieroglyphic writings on it, a Copper Tablet/Plate with hieroglyphic writing and a collection of ceramics consisting of two plates and two pots. Where these items ended up, no one seems to know, the story, miners and artifacts just dwindled into the past and was forgotten. However two things that came from this event has survived.

In about 2010 the re-discovery of this remarkable find was found in the many old newspapers by my good friend and researcher. (Thank You Darrel) The digital scans of the newspapers were of very poor quality and so we made arrangements to go see the originals for ourselves which paid off. (Thank You Ryan)

In 1916 one man made an attempt to translate the tablets which resulted in the legend of the Salt Princess, No Ni Shee, his translation was accepted as factual and survives to this day, yet those who have heard the mythical tale, do not know it was created in 1916 by Herbert S Auerbach as a result of these artifacts and who in fact had no experience with ancient hieroglyphs or even any related field. In my humble opinion, I think his translation is way off and superficial. It is just my take but I see that it tells the story of the creation of Lake Bonneville and the events that brought it about.

If you have any personal knowledge as to the whereabouts of these presumed artifacts or if you would like to read the entirety of the News Articles, to obtain Pdf Copies of the 1916 original news articles or large images contact me at Tuscoro@gmail.com

Below is the the Marble Tablet, the Copper 
Tablet and the Ceramics brought from the tunnels.

Click the Pictures for Larger Images








Saturday, November 8, 2014

Equinox and Solstice site?

In Dry Fork is an unusual combination Petroglyph/Pictograph. For some time I gazed at it trying to discover a subject. Then it hit me, and so treating the top of the panel as North, I could not help but notice and wonder where in the key points would correlate to an Equinox or Solstice. It would seem this is in part its purpose.

This is the way it appears today, the second photo is how it appeared long ago before exactly one half of it faded due to exposure to the sun? Interesting. If anyone would care for additional information concerning the alignments, please ask.

As it appears Today


As it was In the Past



Friday, November 7, 2014

The Box

Hands Down one of the most vivid pictographs sites with a mixture of petroglyphs, a great combination of various forms. Wish I had better pics, but I had my old camera this day...