Monday, December 23, 2013

Samuel the Lamanite

Samuel the Lamanite`s prophecy of the birth of Christ from the Hill Cumorah play. A wall outside of Cuzco.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Giant Long Skull Queen from Paracas - new graphics

The long skulls are perfect for confronting abusive atheist skeptic Darwinists. Their heads have different plate fissures than Gracile Hominid Homosapien skulls, it is more than skull deformation. This is close to the Nazca Lines.

Friday, December 20, 2013

The Destruction of Puma Punku

Puma Punku is a megalithic site high in the desert of Bolivia. It was destroyed by a cataclysmic flood and is called by some "Atlantis in the Andes". Meteor Crater in Arizona. Did the Baja peninsula split off when this meteor hit? Did it trigger the eruption of the Baja Pinacate volcanoes and the Andean volcanoes of the South American Andes? These eruptions would have been accompanied by earthquakes and the melting of the Andean snow causing great destruction and flooding. Could this cataclysm have occurred in 34 A.D.?

Thursday, December 19, 2013

The Gold Plates

The LDS artifacts - the breastplate was said to have been "enormous". "Christ asks for the Nephite records".

The Ancient Red Haired Giants of Nevada

Sarah Winnemucca and the the Legend of the Red Headed Giants in Lovelock, Nevada: "Sarah Winnemucca was a Paiute leader who stood for peace between the races at a time when white settlers and the native peoples were caught in a deep divide. Sarah spent her life building bridges across the chasm, and at times she was cast out by both sides. Red headed giants: To deepen the appreciation of the remarkable woman, Sarah Winnemucca, producer Gwendolyn Clancy and historian Dr. Sally Zanjani traveled around Nevada to the places that figured prominently in Sarah’s life including the Humboldt Sink, Pyramid Lake, Genoa, Johnstown, Virginia City, Fort McDermitt, Winnemucca, Lovelock and Carson City. This production includes interviews with Winnemucca family members Dorothy Ely, Sherry Ely Mendes, as well as Paiute tribal member Ralph Burns. According to the oral history of the Paiute tribe in Nevada, a red-haired tribe of cannibals lived near the Paiutes, and often harassed them with constant war, and occasionally captured victims to eat. After years of warfare according to Sarah Winnemucca, Hopkins, the daughter of Paiute Chief Winnemucca said that eventually the Paiute tribes had all had enough, and decided to band together to eradicate the Si-Te-Cah (translated as “tule-eaters”) for good. As the legend goes, the battled waged on and eventually the Paiutes chased the last remaining Si-Te-Cah to a cave where they had taken refuge. The Paiute attackers intended to leave none alive, and so demanded that the Si-Te-Cah come out of the cave. When they wouldn’t, the Paiutes filled the cave entrance with brush and set it ablaze, hoping to drive out the last remaining survivors. The smoke successfully flushed a few, who died in the volley of arrows, and those remaining in the cave suffocated and died. An earthquake eventually collapse the cave entrance to the point where only bats could enter. The remains of these giants were eventually found deep within Lovelock cave". Sarah referred to a dress that was decorated with some of the red hair of the giants. Lovelock cave. Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins 1883. "According to the Paiutes, the Si-Te-Cah were red-haired band of cannibalistic giants. The Si-Te-Cah and the Paiutes were at war, and after a long struggle a coalition of tribes trapped the remaining Si-Te-Cah in Lovelock Cave. When they refused to come out, the Indians piled brush before the cave mouth and set it aflame. The Si-Te-Cah were annihilated. Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins, daughter of Paiute Chief Winnemucca, wrote about what she described as "a small tribe of barbarians" who ate her people in her book "Life Among the Paiutes: Their Wrongs and Claims" - she wrote that "after my people had killed them all, the people round us called us Say-do-Carah. It means conqueror; it also means "enemy." "My people say that the tribe we exterminated had reddish hair. I have some of their hair, which has been handed down from father to son. I have a dress which has been in our family a great many years, trimmed with the reddish hair. I am going to wear it some time when I lecture. It is called a mourning dress, and no one has such a dress but my family."

Olmec Heads - Portraits of Warriors

Were the Olmec heads portraits of the Anti-Nephi-Lehis? The Anti-Nephi-Lehis came up from South America and were given land in Mesoamerica. These heads are from Veracruz.

Friday, December 13, 2013

Ancient South American Cataclysm?

"This is how Arthur Posnansky, the great expert of Puma Punku found the site in the early 20th century. We are running a campaign to date how old Puma Punku actually is". The Puma Punku complex of carved stone walls in the high desert destroyed by a flood and buried in mud. "Sumerian on the left, and Tiwanaku/Puma Punku on the right. Could there be an ancient connection beyond the fuente magna bowl?" "The puzzling Fuente Magna bowl found near Puma Punku in the highlands of Bolivia. If the script proves to be Sumerian or proto-Sumerian, then throw out your history text books". The Fuente Magna bowl found at Puma Punku in Bolivia. Puma Punku - home of the giant long skulls. Reconstruction drawing of a long skull. These types are from Paracas near the 1rst landing of the Nephites. Sumerian bowl.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

The Inca Ruler

The ancient Inca were masters of building stair systems like this which caused havoc for the Spanish horses during the conquest of the 16th century. Steep stairway at Machu Picchu.