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Thursday, December 28, 2017

If it Quacks like a Roman PART 2

It would seem the evidences are mounding to the point it becomes difficult to keep shrugging off the evidences, in part one of this article (LINK AT THE END) you can recap on many of these evidences and the discovery in 1927 which seems to have sparked the efforts to discredit. Well as it would seem, truth has a way of finding its way into public view regardless of what those who suppress do to camouflage or hide it.

Crustose Lichen 101 ??

Some years ago a friend and colleague of mine, now an archaeologist, took me and showed me some very strange monuments. I was overwhelmed at what I was looking at all the while knowing, these were not built by Spanish, and certainly not Basque sheep herders. Present upon these monument was the one thing that would cause the critics to stutter, that is if they knew anything about it, and that is the presents of Crustose Lichen.  Lichenometry which is new enough science that even my spell checker doesn’t recognize it. Lichenometry is the study of Lichen growth of various types and is used to date exposer of rock surface and due to characteristic of certain Lichens, can even be used to make determination of how long a rock was “placed” where it is… There are two primary lichens used in this dating process, (Most Common light Green) Rhizocarpon geographicum, please don’t make me spell that again, and Xanthona elegans, one of the first lichens used in surface dating, also known as Crustose. Crustose is key in dating rock placement or the establishment of a surface, a simple rule of thumb is, looking for a single spore, not a conglomerate of spores, and compare the spore to a dime, quarter or what have you. The size of a dime represents about 100 years of growth since the surface was established. It is the most important lichen in my research as it is said, that if a rock with Crustose on it is moved and turned more than 15 degrees, the Living Crustose will die and new spores will begin to grow, but is this good science? It very well could be, however I have found that by increasing the amount of water received, the growth of even Crustose accelerates exponentially, I suppose the key here is, don't put sprinklers by the suspect desert monuments, and give more consideration in wetter climates...

Crustose with spore just larger than a quarter, would represent about 250 years according to the science. The spore seen on the extreme right and upper portion of picture would be of great antiquity, in excess of 600 years. In short, these monuments might not have built by bored Basque sheep herders or even Spaniards.

Two presumed Celtic Menar like Monuments in Central Utah

“Celtic” does not necessarily mean thousands of years, one could just as easy use the terms, Greek or Roman. These monuments used for Memorial sites such as a grave yard or property designation boundary of sort, the real question is why are they here and who could have possibly placed them?

Two more presumed Celtic like Monuments in Northern Arizona

Reading of and understanding the geography of these strange people who we know came here prior to Columbus, can be accomplished in a few ways, one is understanding what it was they were looking for, I have covered this in several articles however vague, I have intentionally left out most important details, but for very good cause, mostly because the general public doesn’t need to know. Other ways may be studying the Tucson Lead Artifacts and reading the story told, other ways may be in the study of one of the most misunderstood peoples of the past always portrayed as the Indigenous of this land. These Roman colonies of 700 to 1000 AD, and hidden before your eyes under a name, these people are referred to as the Pueblo, and a picture has been painted to hide the truth, a convenient act in masking what Smithsonian didn’t want you to know… The recently academic designated “Ancestral” Pueblo previously referred to Anasazi, (Navajo “Ancient Enemy”) are a different story, but we don’t need to go there… yet. These people known today as Pueblo, which we are led to believe are those whom the modern day Indian came from or are decent of, is only in a small way true in that it was common in order to maintain peace between the conquering invaders, that once conquered to marry into the captives people usually a prince of the conqueror to the princess of the captive people or visa versa. ONLY in this way of mixture to maintain peace, is the Spanish named people, the Pueblo, the ancestor of the tribes of Indigenous today. Without explanation I will say, The Aztec migration south and 6 other tribes, is as a result of the wars in 700 AD to 1000 AD and as a result of climatic changes as a result of a very large earthquake in 900 AD. Moctezuma II was decent of the Royal Families of the Holy Roman Empire…

It would seem the academics of the past were able to justify many of the ruins as being built by some advanced Indian culture, and again this is “in part” true, but some of the ruins just seemed to have certain characteristics that could not be designated as this fictitious “Indian Pueblo” people, nor could they blame it upon the Indigenous or Mexican.  Marata, a Roman city, discovered in modern times and named Pueblo Grande, and to this day, it is taught that it was built by some culture of the Native American past and it simply is not true. The city of Tontonteac, another Roman City built upon the top of an even more ancient city, was also discovered in modern times, and has been designated as Pueblo Grande of Nevada, superficial excavation done and the other 5 miles of the city hidden under Lake Mead, how convenient. As far as Chaco Canyon Ruins? Hmmm, I wonder…

Not far from Chaco Canyon, built by the Pueblo, not only has scale armor been found but these strange Menar like Pillars of New Mexico have surfaced. One was found locally but no one seems to know where exactly it came from and it presently sits in a museum, the other remains in the field in an un disclosed location. I will not attempt to tell the story of Book Author Louis Serna, but you can visit his site at www.louisserna.com and buy the book or one of his many others. A lifelong historian of Northern New Mexico and author of some 15 books.

Seeming similar Pillar found in Northern New Mexico

Another Seeming similar Pillar still standing in an un disclosed place in the Valle Vidal New Mexico area… one cannot help but think of Knights Templar...
Photos courtesy of Louis Serna
Curious indeed….

Not far from the ruins of the city Marata, known today as Pueblo Grande, lies a smaller ruins , a seeming fortification with several more scattered throughout the local hilltops, but the archaeologist just don’t know what to make of it, they won’t tell you what it is, but will tell you what it is not… “It is not Indian or Mexican built, and it is not built by Spaniards”… In fact it is said by the locals, they would just rather not talk about it… I hope to visit this site soon and get some very good Arial photos. The site resembles that which would have been built by Romans, or those the Spanish in their expedition documents were looking for and continuously referred to as “Castilian”… We are still seeking for the Capital city of Abacus nuc Granada which we know was east to the principle city of Tontonteac, but fear it was destroyed in 900 AD as a result of the spewing of Lava much like the ancient city of Pompeii, Those Romans just seem to attract catastrophe. However we believe there is a high probability we may have found on the outskirts of the lava flow, the remains of 300 acres or more of their presumed once massive irrigation and water collection system…

The larger four canals are estimated at 30 feet wide and 10 to 15 feet deep. A visual ground inspection is in the works to send a geologist to the site and to make determination as to whether the lava flow shows that it flowed “Over” the irrigation ditch which would indicate and prove these canals were in existence before the lava flowed.

Un-designated Ruins in central Arizona
Photos Courtesy of Mike Dennett and Evan Aris

7 to 8 foot high walls and near 3 to 4 feet thick
I’ll bet there is a lot of battle implements around this place…

Curious round bastion turret like guard station at two of the corners of the ruins

“Not built by Indian or Mexican and not built by Spanish”?

The ruins cover about one quarter of an acre

A curious near 10 foot Celtic Menar like monument positioned at one entry

Another Bastion like guard station?

Various glyphs carved in Texas...

Photos courtesy of Randy Bradford

Definitely not of Spanish origins....

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