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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Lost Cities of the Ancient West

Part One

We hear of lost cities of the past, cities that seem to be lost forever, and because they haven’t been found, it is easier to call them a myth and pretend they never existed, if in fact they are factual… Cities or Places such as Aztlan, Avalon, Atlantis, Shambhala, and Eldorado…


Artist  Rendition of Ancient Troy

Many cities of the past have been found such as the city of Troy which was well on its way in the academic mind, to a designation of mythical… and in some cases, cities that were unknown until they were discovered such as was found in 1819 in India an underground city, monument, monastery or whatever they choose to call it, carved out of the very landscape.


One of the many Entrances of the Caves of Ajanta

Even here in North America we have our own lost cities, these cities have appeared in many of the writings of those who glorify the facts in order to sell books. These are known as the seven cities of Cibola, they have been portrayed as caves as well as underground cities and this due to those who read with narrow eyes, or just didn’t care because truth doesn’t seem to sell books.

Although the caves without explanation, actually do exist, at least I have seen enough evidence to feel comfortable in saying that but it is the cities which are not caves that has my interest at this time. These cities actually existed and have been ignored by the academic world for various reasons, none of which I understand. Again it seems that rendering the whole idea as mythical is much easier… The 7 cities surrounded the North and West side of Lake Copala, the mythical lake of Spanish lore or the 33 million year old lake the academic world calls Lake Uinta, but we'll just set that aside for now.


Lake Uinta with the Uinta Mountans in the back

You can read more about this ancient lake Uinta (Copala) by clicking the link at the end of this article.…

Did you know other than the 7, there are more of these cities? But unlike the 7 cities, these cities had names and had appeared on the old Latin and Spanish maps  for over 200 years along with the 7 un-named cities of Copala, were these cartographers just plain crazy? Why would you continue to write about these cities and place them upon the maps if in fact they never knew whether they even existed or not? I am curious however how the Academic world would react should they discover one of them… would they blame it on the Pueblo? I guess that would be ok if they knew what a true Pueblo was…



Well it turns out that two of these cities have been discovered, but for some reason the academic world has never acknowledge the blatant fact that these two cities are exactly where the old Latin maps say they were.. However, the academic world instead of saying with bold letters in the publications of the media of the day, “ANCIENT Cities of the OLD LATIN MAPS discovered!” “The city of Marata found!” or “The Principle lost City of TONTONTEAC has been DISCOVERED!” No… instead, when Marata was found no such thing happened. Oh sure the people were amazed and managed to salvage a dozen or so structures or what was left of them calling the people who built them Pueblo people so that you would believe they were built by the indigenous rather than the European colonization’s of the past and J.W. Powel making sure no evidences of this being made public…Of course they didn’t tell you it was Marata! This would draw your attention to the many old maps, many of which the information on them was known long before Columbus was a thought let alone his arrival in Cuba! It was so much easier for Smithsonian to control and dominate the project and call it Pueblo Grande and blame it upon a none existent Indigenous Fiction! And the people bought it hook line and sinker.


 Nova et rece terraum et regnorum Cali-fornae 1600

The Same thing happened when the most ancient city of Tontonteac was found, but at the time I would doubt they knew of the names it has carried in the past nor its most ancient name and history long before it was called Tontonteac. In 1827 Jedediah Smith likely unaware that the exploration documents spoke of this city long before he stumbled into it, happened by one day and made notes of its existence. Mark Raymond Harrington was the first Archaeologist/Anthropologist to visit and excavate a very small portion in 1924., and he being widely known at the time. It is said that the most develop portion of the Pueblo is “partially submerged” at the North end of Lake Mead, as a result of the convenient location and building of Boulder Dam, “Partially submerged” by the way translates to FIVE miles of the city being under the reservoir. Had they built the dam some 40 miles upstream they could have had at least 3 times the water supply, but I’m no engineer, and the lake as a result would not have covered the controversial massive ruins… It would seem something similar was going on upstream near the same time, welcome to Lake Powell.



 A few of the Ruins of Tontonteac 1924

It seems it was easier to strategically locate the dam in order to hide the archaeology of a vast ruins, rather than to have to explain the numerous out of place artifacts that would have no doubt surfaced, and once again downplay the extensive size of it, and convince you it was built by a fictitious non existent Indigenous group.

Even today there is an all out effort to hide the past, recently a friend of mine told me he had just had his DNA checked through Ancestory.com and the results were back. None to my surprise, they don’t tell whether the results are based on the Y chromosome, or Mitochondrial DNA and they do not tell you the DNA Haplogroup type they found. What was the point? He told me wondering what it means, “It says I am 13% “Iberian Peninsula.” and 1% Native American, Forgive me but… what is Iberian Peninsula? Did you know that like the terms Pueblo and Fremont, the term Iberian was created because they have NO IDEA who they were? Or do they? Giving these unknown people a name subdues the inquiries and satisfies the curiosity. My friend is 1/8 Ute and 1/8th Sac/Fox by the way, and if I had to give that of the Iberian Peninsula an Identity it would be many, but it is the Place where in the French and Spanish are from, the Castilian, the People of Septimania and in part the Roman Colonies… all of the groups who I am saying are responsible for building the pueblo cities in question and have actively in the past demonstrated an effort to relocate the cities. The answer to my friend’s question of the missing “Native American” DNA percentages is the Iberian, or should I tell him he is part Pueblo? What Haplogroups did they find to designate "Native American?" A, B, C, D, or did they find the controversial Haplofroup X? ... or combination?

Of the 3 super group DNA categories, Asian, (Japheth) African (Ham) and European, (Shem) Haplogroup X is of European decent but, (More specifically the area of Jerusalem) where as of these 3 super groups the majority of the western tribes from south America to Alaska are Asian or better said because Asian people did not exist, from Japeth or the Altai Mongolian.  The short of it is, when he was told 13% Iberian Peninsula, it is as a result of his ancestry occurrences HERE and not the Iberian Peninsula. IF YOU, go to Ancestry.com to have your DNA done, tell them you want the DNA Haplogroup types in addition to the titles or areas they designate it, otherwise what’s the point? What exactly are they calling “Native American DNA? Why is it they don’t want us to know who we really are? Why is it they don’t want us, even today, to know the true history of this Nation?



According to the Spanish Expedition documents, the City of Tontonteac was a principle city, it was not their Capital city, the capital city is seen on the maps as Abacus nuc Granada. I wonder why that name is not mentioned specifically in the Spanish exploration documents selected for your review? Perhaps it has something to do with the blatant Latin name… The excavation reports of M. R. Harrington and edited by the tentacles of Smithsonian are seriously downplayed, all one has to do is read the Newspaper announcement of the discovery and the works of Harrington, yes, I know, the newspapers were just trying to sell newspapers, however I believe Smithsonian had a much greater and more believable motive…



Now lets come back to America… the cities still missing are, but not limited to, are Tignus and Chuhuco, (somewhere along Meadow Valley Wash), Chuco, (Virgin River Drainage St, George area), Abacus nuc Granada, (Likely the same as Montezuma’s City Hualapai Reservation) Chirana (Likely Under Lake Mead South of Tontonteac) and Ceuola (Cibola ???) considered to be Oraibi of the Hopi people which is not the ancient city shown on the old Latin maps. And then there is the 7 cities of Copala or should we just call it Aztlan? It is in part my goal to find these missing cities, Please understand, in about 900 AD the northern and western regions of the Colorado Plateau suffered an enormous earth quake, it is highly likely that those cities which once existed at the foot of the mountains, have been utterly destroyed and are now in some of the higher regions, it is unlikely a majority were ever inhabited again. But there must be something left behind to give credibility, and in some cases so far, there is…


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