I had absolutely no idea about the correlation of Grand Canyon and the pyramids.
I actually doubted immediately when I read your post. Nevertheless I am still in the lab and I have a few more ours to go...
So, I checked the link you mentioned: www.cyberspaceorbit.com...
I got particularly interested at the following paragraph:
"After all, the Egyptians did not explore the Americas, everyone knew that, and it was not taught in any school. We thought this also of the ancient
Romans, until ancient Roman headgear, armor, swords, coins and other artifacts were found just North of Tucson, not far from Interstate 10 !"
I just didn't feel like going trough the mathematical evidences therefore I tried a different approach. At's known about the North of Tucson's
I found the book "Mystery in Acambaro: Did Dinosaurs Survive Until Recently?". Thank you
By page 56 we can read: “In 1925, University of Tucson archaeologists working in the lime kiln outside of Tucson unearthed a short, heavy broadsword
of apparent Roman manufacture. Other artifacts found at the site bore both Hebrew lettering and a form of Latin used between AD 560 and 900. Even
though many of the Tucson artifacts were unearthed by professional, controversy rages over their authenticity.”
However, when looking for more evidences I go to the Treasurenet.com website - about the Western & Eastern Treasures Magazine Volume 37 September 2003
- where they have a reference of 'ROMAN' FIND MAY SPARK NEW DEBATE
: "One of
Cumming's students, Emil Haury, surmised that fresh longitudinal scratches on the surface of some of the objects indicated they had been inserted
into the caliche, and that the caliche itself was a Pleistocene-era deposit, meaning anything naturally embedded in it would have to be 10,000 years
old or older.".
YES, it was a student but just imagine if he'd be right !!!
This would clearly put either Romans, known to have an empire from753 BC to 509 BC, on a different era.
Would it be a coincidence that Atlantis is supposed to have existed approximately by some 11,600 BC (independent source)?
Continuing with the speculation this could trigger the hypothesis that the Roman civilization as we know it may have an American origin, long lost
Also, the anthropologist arguing against the 10,000 years old dating had a different theory:
“Dr.Cyclone Covey, a history professor at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, writes about a Roman Jewish colony in Arizona in this book
Calalus. He deposits that a group of Jews had sailed from Portugal port of Port Cale and founded a city in Florida, naming it Cale. This city is now
modern day Ocala in north-central Florida.
Covey believes that other Jews escaped Rome and also left Portugal for the New World, and founded a Jewish-Roman outpost in 775 AD. The city, situated
where modern Tucson lies today, was then named Rhoda.”
To make a long story short Dr. Covey suggests that the Toltec Empire existed in North Arizona about 700-900 AD defeated the Jews and went even further
defeating the Maya and built the so-called Temple of Warriors.
According to the theory the Toltecs passed through Yucatán where they finally disappeared.
One more detail... one of the most astonishing mysteries is that the sword had a clear depiction of a brontosaurus carved into it.
IT WILL CONTINUE