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The legend of treasure at Gran Quivira dates as far back as the Great Flood of Biblical times. According to this version of the story, Gran Quivira had been an ancient city of immeasurable wealth, filled with underground passages, wide streets and countless buildings. The Great Flood destroyed the city, but its wealth remained submerged under water and, later, buried beneath the earth’s surface.
Other treasure hunters knew that Franciscan priests had built a small mission at Gran Quivira in 1630, and had begun a far larger church after 1659. The Spanish supposedly forced local Indians to work in fabulous gold and silver mines. When the oppressed workers joined the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, the Spanish fled for their lives, but not before burying their treasure trove near their mission churches. The trove supposedly included gold bells from the unfinished church and 1,600 burro loads of gold and silver. Two Franciscan friars were said to have described these events and the treasure’s exact location in records later found in the Spanish archives.
Both these stories — and their variations — are pure fabrications. There are no Biblical or archeological records that prove that an ancient city existed in New Mexico. The legend of Spanish treasure left behind during the Pueblo Revolt is just as unbelievable.
So the dung burners emit the nanoscale particles that allow
plasma entities to form easier.. just like how the Lakota Sioux
indians exhaled tobacco smoke from their pipes to summon
So maybe the relatively friendly 'entities' keep away the
dissecting machines? Hi
And I don't recall anyone saying you shouldn't post.
What’s your take on the epidemic of suicide among male Indian farmers? Could turd-burners help solve their woes?? Maybe it’s cow-pie-in-the-sky, Pollyannish thinking...I don’t know, but it’s a terrible situation; underreporting of cattle mutilations due to no farmer to report??? Anything is possible, eh?
Not to worry, the many-armed blue guys will be in India for some time — turd 💩 burners are all the rage in toilet design in today’s India.
I didn't know there was an epidemic. I wouldn't know. Perhaps the concept of burning human waste will put a very different smoke across the landscape pushing out the Vedic. Perhaps a very different "spirit" will then manifest. Perhaps it is that horror which drives the farmers subconsciously to dispair?
And why on earth would you be horrified by the thought of of recycling waste? Are you sure you don’t want to tap out of this thread (a self-perpetuating theme of sorts?)?!
By the way, look at Skinwalker ranch. Look at the Peublos. What else connects?
originally posted by: Whatsthisthen
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
This will probably make sense to you. On polio, the pink worm, kundalini and UFO sickness. I can't test it for obvious reasons. Good luck!
originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Hmmm... I agree Kev, and I see your point. Re breadcrumbs, I'm certainly guilty of that.
I might avoid that now