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The Lost Civilizations of North America -Were they Tartarian Cities?
So, we all know the story of how Columbus “discovered” America and found those primitive tribes he called the Indians because, ya know, he thought he was somewhere else.
Never a hint in the New World narrative that explorers also encountered ruins of elegant European style cities complete with stone buildings, plazas and municipal transportation networks.
But now I wonder…
What was going on in the Americas before the arrival of Columbus?
I’ve really began doubting the official American colonization story since discovering the Hidden History in Old World Maps which depicts drastic changes throughout the western U.S. in relatively recent times.
So what if there was a systematic effort to usurp or destroy the lingering evidence of world-wide Empire(s) that constructed great cities in the Americas with advanced Atmospheric Etheric Energy architecture?
Could this be the big secret of Secret Societies — how to hide evidence of previous world-wide Old Empire Civilization(s)?
For starters, I’ve never bought the quackademic theory that the only way to reach the Americas before Columbus was via the footbridge to Alaska provided by the Bering Strait.
The premise that early cultures were just too primitive to have navigated the seas seems pretty naive to me.
Especially if your factor in any sunken island continent(s) like Atlantis between Europe and America.
Surely the rising and sinking of huge land masses could affect maritime travel, perhaps for centuries. I came across a few references to a “muddy Atlantic” that prohibited boat travel until the 1400’s.
Also interesting to consider how those old maps depict the entire Arctic region as ice-free, making polar navigation between the continents a breeze before the great freeze!
These maps also bring into question the vanished lands of Hyperborea in the Arctic Circle, the supposed abode of our giant ancestors and demi-gods.
Perhaps the Hyperborens erected these colossal buildings that absolutely dwarf modern day humans?
Things really get interesting when contemplating the Empire of Tartars (or Tatars, the original spelling), a relatively recent civilization (originating in Siberia) which has been practically erased from our textbooks!
The theory goes that this maritime culture left elaborate cities along sea coasts and major rivers that utilized natural energy to create “fairy tale” structures with delightful embellishments.
Another interesting possibility is the evidence of Moorish settlements in the Americas.
Sioux City Corn Palace
Michelle Gibson has compiled some fascinating research on the castles that litter the American landscape as possible a remnants of an extensive Moorish presence.
It is beginning to look to me like not just one culture is responsible for all the suspicious architecture that Mudflood researchers have encountered being dug out and refurbished by the early American Controllers.
This 1858 American newspaper article blatantly describes relics of an abandoned Empire scattered across the country.
Architecture, sculpture, painting, and all the arts that adorn civilized life, have flourished in this country, at a period far remote. There is evidence sufficient to prove that these cities were in ruins at least sixteen or eighteen hundred years ago.
A dark shade rests on the antiquities of America, and a few rays of light enliven the gloom. We have ancient history to inform us of the events of Egypt how that empire was founded and how it prospered and fell, we have the same record of Babylon, Greece, Homeland Carthage; but not the least information have we relative to those who erected these cities, what people and whence they came ; not a ray of light to dispel the dark gloom which seems to rest on this excellent history of America.
That leads to the question of how was the evidence of these previous cultures eradicated?
Such an agenda could well be behind the Expositions and Electric Parks held in major cities around the world.
Pretty easy to tell the Old Empire buildings from the cheap imitations, eh?
Brief History of the Industrial Expositions
The first Exposition in the US was held in Cincinnati in 1838. It was actually a Fair of the Ohio Mechanics Institute held in the nation’s first permanent exhibition hall. Other cities began holding similar expos, and building similar Exposition Halls – some grander than others, but all were based on the same principal – they needed to be large and impressive and able to be built quickly.
And then there were the international expositions, which generally began with London’s famous Crystal Palace in 1851. It’s stated plan was “to illustrate British Industrial Development”. Since other nations were invited to participate. they each hoped to outdo each other. This exposition was so successful that other Expos followed in the major cities of Europe. This, of course led to the establishment of “World Fairs”… and then after the success of the Industrial Expositions in the US, the State Fairs began as a way to let rural America participate. With State Fairs, there was no longer a need for the yearly Industrial Expositions.
The closure of these events (if they didn’t catch fire first!) created the perfect excuse to dismantle, relocate or re-purpose these old complexes and usher in the glories of the industrial age and modern metered technology.
We will certainly never know the extent of the great Mississippi Mound Builders culture(s), whose network of earthen structures stretched from Canada to Florida and over into Texas.
The New Madrid Earthquake of 1811-1812 certainly devastated any remaining cultures in this region.
Although the mounds were quickly cataloged by the Smithsonian Institution (who also erased evidence of giant remains), most monuments of this widespread society have been plundered and destroyed in the name of progress.
There were some fascinating old newspaper clippings about the discovery of hidden ancient stone cities, too.
One was discovered 360 feet underground by miners in Moberly, Missouri and an Egyptian complex was reported by local papers in the walls of the Grand Canyon.
Both were quickly dismissed as hoaxes after (guess who?) the Smithsonian Institute investigated.
Then there is the strange story of the Kingdom of Saguenay reluctantly relayed to French Explorer Jacques Cartier (Controller) by the friendly Native Royalty of Quebec who he then tricked into going to France — from where they never returned.
Meanwhile, Cartier searched fruitlessly around modern-day Montreal for the fabled city with white inhabitants who wore European style dress and possessed great riches.
He became convinced that he had been lied to rather than admit his failure to find the secluded realm.
Those stories about the “Seven Cities of Gold” like El Dorado were just fantasies concocted by the natives to lure greedy colonizers on fruitless missions…right?
I mean, even the Lone Ranger and Tonto have them woven into their stories cause they were just tall tales, right?
But what if the natives were describing ancient Breakaway Civilizations in the Southwest who were able to seclude themselves with defenses that repelled all conventional attempts at conquest?
For instance, there are stories about the hidden Cavern Empire in the Panamints in what is now Death Valley, inhabited by the Hav-musuvs.
Native legends tell of force-fields around this secluded realm and the flying silver ships the inhabitants would send out as emissaries to the outlying primitive cultures.
Reportedly their lifestyles were so lavish that even basic objects were made of gold and precious stones.
However, when the Spanish explorers arrived at these locations in the late 1600’s all they found were squalid villages, even though one expedition swore they saw a majestic illuminated city from afar but had to turn back due to harsh conditions.
Although the Spanish tortured their guides on the spot, demanding they reveal the true location of the Golden City, the natives insisted that once a great metropolis stood where there was now just a wasteland of hardened mud.
The subsequent Spanish explorers were continually frustrated in their search for these fabled cities of gold (but never found all that Gold Rush treasure lying around?)
In 1931 Dr. F. Bruce Russell reported finding tunnels filled with giant mummies near the Arizona/Nevada/California state lines.
There are also Mexican legends (recorded by the Masons) about a hidden mountain kingdom that no white man has ever seen.
The natives of the locality, as, in fact, the Indian population in general, in Mexico, believe that at some place near the southwestern coast of Mexico there exists a great white city with countless treasure which has never been seen by white men, and the approach to which is so intricate and cleverly concealed that a stranger has never entered its solitary precincts.”
Also worth noting that many old American maps reference the ancient US empires of Cibola and Quivra with boundaries ranging from the Desert Southwest into the Pacific Northwest.
The size and location of these ancient civilizations vary greatly until the late 1600’s when they disappear.
Over on the West Coast are the legends of an ancient civilization built in caves, ruled by Queen Califia and her band of female warriors that rode Griffins into battle!
The following is the forward to the California Journal of Mines and Geology written by Henry G. Hanks, State Mineralogist – June 1886:
ORIGIN OF THE NAME CALIFORNIA.
In preparing a history of the geological surveys and explorations of California, I frequently met with the statement that the name of our State was derived from a Spanish romance, published first in 1521… which led to my finding in the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, April 30, 1862, a paper on this same subject, by Edward Everett Hale, in which he quotes a few lines from the romance.
As the commander of the expedition sent out by Cortez did not discover Lower California until 1534, and as the romance was so popular that it passed rapidly through a number of editions, it is reasonable to infer that the name California had its origin in the fertile brain of the author. Mr. Hale seems to have been the first to discover and publish these facts.
I wish you now to know a thing the most strange which ever either in writing or in people’s memory could be found, by which the city was the following day on the point of being lost, and how from there where the danger came, salvation came to it.
Know then that to the right hand of the Indies, there was an island called California, very near the part of the terrestrial Paradise, and which was inhabited by black women, without there being among them even one man, that their style of living was almost like that of the Amazons.
They were of robust bodies and valiant and ardent hearts and of great strength; the island itself was the strongest that could be found in the world through its steep and wild rocks, their arms were all of gold and also the harness of the wild beasts on which they rode after taming them, as there was no other metal in the whole island; they dwelled in well-finished caves, they had many ships in which they went to other parts to obtain booty, and the men whom they made prisoners they took along, killing them in the way you shall hear further on.