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Little Cottonwood Canyon in Utah

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posted on Jul, 24 2006 @ 06:58 PM
So, I am new to the site and thought I would start a thread that I find fascinating... the fact is there is a site in Utah called the Granite Mountain Records Vault where the LDS Church stores genealogical records.

The rumor is that there is far more going in this place than record storage.

I have heard of alien cooperation, slave labor facilities and a whole host of other interesting stories.

My favorite story is that it links into the massive cavern system that leads to Area 51, White Sands, Dulce and whatever else may be under the states of Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. And this place is inhabited by the Reptoids. The Greys are developing a slave race there. There are artifacts from the Book of Mormon stored there.

Anyway... anyone else have any good theories?

The Toweled Avenger

posted on Jul, 24 2006 @ 11:13 PM
Well, unless my grandma is part of the NWO, I don't think this theory is valid. She has been to this vault (she is huge into genealogy) and knows a ton of the people down there, and I can guarantee she isn't involved in anything like this

Besides genealogical records, there are a bunch of old journals from early Mormon church members, and stuff from that time period. I've heard they have Joseph Smith's seeing stone, for example, and a few items of that nature. I don't think they have anything that is definitively from Book of Mormon times, though.

No reptoids or greys or slaves races, though, unless they managed to quiet my grandma. (and that is an impossible task; if you met her, you would know what I meant!)

posted on Jul, 25 2006 @ 01:24 PM
The word of Granny or the word of somebody else on the internet who I have also never met?

I guess I have to go with Granny since you speak so highly of her and her apparent inability to keep any secret.

My wife went through Denver Airport once too and never saw any of the stuff the internet claims to be there. Another rumor debunked at the word of someone you never met on the internet.

What if I told you I knew someone who went there and saw 2 military police guarding the entrance to another section inside the Vault? I trust this man and he has no belief whatsoever in any conspiracy theories and is a true-blue Mormon.

In another vein... did you know that the LDS Church members believe that there are 3 immortal Nephites still walking the Earth, granted by Christ the power to see the end of the world? There are some truly unbelievable tales that stem from this religion and that faith in said religion dictate that you also believe these things.

I am Mormon, but on very shaky ground with what they want me to believe.

I was married in the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City and although I wouldn't dream of breaking the secrecy they swear you to about what goes on in there... I will say it is very open to interpretation and very, very odd.

So if Grandma says there is nothing suspicious up in the Vault and you are vouching for her... I guess I have to accept that as fact. I'm sure Granny had complete autonomy during her visit and roamed freely whever she saw fit.

Man, there are areas in Temple Square in SLC that they don't let anyone in. Could you ask Granny to check it out and report back?

Sorry Dragondude, but I am just trying to make a point. And that point is... I think your Grandma has been replaced by a shape-shifting Reptoid during her visit to the Vault and is obviously filling you with disinformation to hide the obvious conspiracy between the LDS Church, the New World Order and the Greys to catalog the entire human race and subject them their freaky experiments!

Nah, I'm just here to throw out some threads and have a fun discussion about the possibilities that may exist in the world.

Tell Granny I said Hi.

The Toweled Avenger
Geneologically Catalogued

posted on Jul, 25 2006 @ 05:52 PM
I have actually been in Cottonwood Canyon in the desert in Southwestern Utah...Quite an amazing area if I do say so myself, go visit it sometime...

On a side note shortly before I arrived in the desert, counselors from the hiking group I was part of and around 10 students saw a strange light streak across the sky. Then it stopped in midair...And then it did a ninety degree turn and raced away in the other direction then disappearing altogether from site. I believe deepyl that there is some fishy happenings in the world today that can only be explained as paranormal and/or extraterrestrial...We'll have to wait and see won't we

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