Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Postby wesurvive » Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:57 am

North and South American Pyramids.

This will surely amaze you as it did me. These things were known about for the last 90 years or more, yet nothing in the history books. Some others were recent discoveries, yet you won't see it on National News. What these do is basically rewrite the entire history books the children read in school today. An amazing part of history. Amazingly some date back over 10,000 years, the one in South America dates back to 125,000 years, which would be the oldest to date. Now if you question me on all these things I will go nuts trying to find it all again, but hopefully you will find your answers below in one of the links. =)

First, in North America there are the Mound builders. But these mounds were built much like pyramids. Large in size and tunnels underneath.
http://www.crystalinks.com/pyrnorthamerica.html

Here is another part of the same site, you can look up locations to see what is there.
http://www.crystalinks.com/pyramids.html

Here is another amazing site to look through.
http://www.sunstar-solutions.com/NA_pyr ... meline.htm

Pyramid found in the Grand Canyon, the area is still off limits today. Wonder why. It was discovered in 1909 by a Gold miner..
http://www.philipcoppens.com/egyptiancanyon.html

Pyramids of Mexico:
http://www.aboutmexico.net/mexico/pyramids.asp

The largest pyramid found yet:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pyramid_of_Cholula

Pyramids in South America:
http://www.history.com/topics/pyramids-in-latin-america

And
http://www.gonomad.com/features/0012/br ... rador.html

Image

and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJd9I03sj7o

Now I have to find the newly discovered dozen pyramids in Chile video. I think jpf knows where to get it. I am still digging.

Guidebook on pyramids, just source of interest stuff. Haven't looked at it. Let me know if its any good.
http://www.choicesvideo.net/guidebooks/ ... chorro.pdf

Anyway, jpf I thought you would enjoy this and you have tons to add to this probably to help educate the masses. =)

Next time, ancient technologies.
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Re: Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Postby jpf1030 » Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:05 pm

Howdy WeSurvive,
Thanks for a great posting, good stuff! Yes, I have a pretty good library of such books and somewhat more than a quaint interest and peculiarity of knowledge, but by no means am I an authority of most conscribed conventions of archaeological science. My notions and reckonings are sufficient for fireside chats among those whose divergent passions find considerable disdain for boxed theories of these magnificent edifices and their historical purposes. Once we ever get caught up on preparedness projects, it would be my pleasure in having periodic get togethers to engage those seeking higher knowledge of these power point energy sources, that we may all increase our knowledge together...jpf
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Re: Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Postby wesurvive » Sun Nov 21, 2010 11:23 pm

That would be great to eventually have some great discussions about pyramids. Yes, after the prep period is over I would enjoy spending more time going over pyramids. There is something behind it that is more than meets the eye. So much yet to learn about those mysterious pyramids and who built them and why. I am a true believer they were energy sources, perhaps to give a source of energy to the developments around them. So much more is to be learned from those awe inspiring pyramids. I think am another who is now finally hooked on pyramids and the mysteries behind them. =)

Perhaps since there are many in America, perhaps one day if America is still intact I will plan for a trip to one of the American pyramids. I wonder why they are not tourist attractions. I think the more the news gets out about them, more will be wandering over to those locations and maybe one day they will become major tourist attractions. Just once I would love to go through those tunnels underground and see them. I do love adventure and that seems like one great adventure I surely want to do. =)
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Re: Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Postby wesurvive » Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:40 am

Ok, check me on this one. Pyramids in Colorado. Short news clip showing very nice pyramids. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHEmb1R1bAI

I will look more into this one.
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Re: Education: Pyramids of North and South America

Postby jpf1030 » Tue Nov 23, 2010 6:37 am

It was such a short clip at 12 seconds, I don't know how to confirm the location??? Someday, maybe I can show you a couple of similar shaped mountains here in the Bitterroot Valley...jpf
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