Subterranean Bases

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Colorado’

Strange Cave at the Table Mountains

In his book THE MAJIC PRESENCE, G.W. Ballard describes a strange experience which occurred to him and some companions while exploring a cave in Wyoming. While visiting Colorado he met a Mr. Daniel Rayborn. From there they traveled to the ‘Diamond K Ranch’ in Wyoming, one of the Rayborn mining properties, where the experiences described in the book began. There, he met Rayborn’s son Rex, an his daughter Nada. Some days later, they planned to spend the day exploring Table Mountain, one of their favorite haunts in the Wyoming Rockies. They mounted their horses, one of them an Arabian stallion which had been a gift to… Read More

Except from THE SHAVER MYSTERY AND THE INNER EARTH

Pages 61-62 of Timothy Green Beckley’s book, “THE SHAVER MYSTERY AND THE INNER EARTH”, carry the following interesting account: “Near McAlester, Oklahoma, is a cave that is reported to have large steps going down to an unknown  depth. The steps, from all information, are 18 inches high, 10 feet from side to side, and about a Yard broad. From what has been reported, the cave has been penetrated for about a mile without finding an end to the steps. There is also a ‘bottomless’ pit along one side of these stairs. “There were three persons in the party which penetrated the entrance. They had only one… Read More

HANDBOOKS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HISTORY: The Tewa

On pages 23-24, we find the following interesting story from Edgar L. Hewett‘s book “HANDBOOKS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HISTORY”:    “Tewa legendary tells us that the human race and the animals were born in the underworld. They climbed up a great Douglas “fir” tree, and entered this world THROUGH a lake called Sip’ophe. When people die, their spirits go to Sip’ophe, “lake of the dead”, through which they pass into the underworld. There are many spirits in the waters of Sip’ophe. Sip’ophe is a brackish lake in the sand dunes northeast of Alamosa, Colorado (now within the Great Sand Dunes National Monument). The senior writer of this volume visited… Read More

Except from MYTHS AND TALES OF THE JICARILLA APACHE INDIANS

The Jicarilla Apache Indians are somewhat divided as to the exact place from which their ancestors are alleged to have emerged from the subterranean world. Pages 26, 57, and 163-164 of Morris E. Opler‘s book “MYTHS AND TALES OF THE JICARILLA APACHE INDIANS” gives the information that some of the Apache’s believe their place of emergence to be somewhere west of Flint Mountain, which is west of Abiquiu, New Mexico. Others place it north of Durango Colorado; near Alamosa; or in the San Juan Mts. of Colorado. Related articles Ancient Egyptian Treasures in the Grand Canyon The Native American – The Jicarilla Apache Jicarilla Apache Chief ADVENTURES… Read More

Except from THE FOURTH WORLD OF THE HOPI’S

The Hopi Indians are a group of native Americans living on a reservation in northern Arizona. The word “Hopi” means “Peaceful”. This extraordinary group of ‘Indians’ (native Americans) have resisted all pressures to conform to the White mans way. Their traditions and legends are very colorful and detailed, especially the story of their emergence upon the surface of the earth… Long ago, they say, their ancestors lived in an underground world. After millennia’s of such living conditions and after migrating through four different underground countries, they decided to come to the surface of the earth to live. The following is an account from pages 205 and… Read More

Project Superman 3

May-1987- Track season junior year, at one of the major relay meets, it was announced the prior week that there was going to be a “clean and jerk weightlifting contest” sponsored by some guy I had never heard of. I of course was all excited, and trained that week on my technique. As it turns out all it was, was a guy with some rubber mats and a Olympic barbell set in the middle of a grass field. I took second place with a lift of 265 lbs power cleaned to the chest and then pressed over my head. The kid who won was a senior… Read More

Colorado’s Underground

Colorado’s Underground Alamosa, Colorado  37° 28.1′ N 105°52.2’W W Functions: saucer base Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: Source: Blanca Peak, Colorado Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: Mt. Blanca [Massif] is located in the mysterious San Luis Valley of Colorado, which has been a “hot spot” for UFO sightings and animal mutilations. Also Southwestern tribes have legends involving caverns below the Mt. Blanca, San Luis Lakes, and Great Sand Dunes National Monument region, through which their ancestors migrated during a time of surface natural disasters before emerging onto the surface once again. There have been some rumors of an attempted government attack upon… Read More