Secret Underground Tunnels Past & Present
The Meso-American Connection
6-th, 2001 - 24: 0
Over the past few years stories and rumors about government
underground tunnels, bases and cities have dominated much of the
talk and energy of those of us seeking the truth about things our
government and others seem to work very hard to keep secret.
Probably Richard Sauder presented the best research into these
matters in his well written book Underground Bases and Tunnels: What
is the Government Trying to Hide? (1993). This book is a must read
for anyone interested in the subject.
However, each time I read something on these underground activities
one question keeps coming to my mind. Why aren’t these modern
researchers looking at the connections between today’s top-secret
goings on and the tunnels that have existed inside our earth since
before written history?
Many of today’s reported underground
activities seem to be centered around some of the same areas that
ancient excavations are known to be located. For instance, in and
around White Sands New Mexico and the “Four Corners” area of the
Before we go too far into this aspect of the mystery we’ll
have to study a little of the true history of the Americas.
Containment of the population is the important ingredient in total
control. It is natural for people to migrate to new lands seeking a
better life for their families.
Unfortunately, for those who would
control us this natural migration delays the master plan of a
World Order. This is well known by the elitist and for centuries,
through their control of the top echelon in secret societies,
education and religious sects they were able to keep the true makeup
of our earth a secret from the common men and women.
In early times this was accomplished by leading the masses into
believing that the earth was flat. They warned that if anyone tried
to leave the known world they would fall off the edge, or worst yet
… meet up with horrible monsters that would maul them and eat them.
Prior to 1492 the secret societies and financial controllers of the
Old World had no trouble hiding the truth about the true makeup of
our planet. Two things changed all that. The Queen of Spain was
greedy. And Christopher Columbus had the gift of gab.
talked Isabelle into defying the other elitist and financing a trip
to explore the secret lands and return with tons of wealth. With the
so-called “discovery of the New World” the keepers of the secrets
had a lot of problems. One being the civilized people of the
Americas knew and understood about the Inner lands and its
inhabitants, our Co-Planetarians.
The cover-up (no pun intended)
started right away.
The first people allowed into the new word were religious teachers.
Under the guise of converting the heathens to Christianity, groups
the Jesuits main objective was to destroy any records, books
etc. they located. The excuse was to rid the savages of their
superstitions and belief in “false gods.” One of the first big lies
in the conspiracy is still believed by many of us today. We have
been taught to believe that the Meso-Americans, the first Americans,
had no books. No written records of they’re history and
This is simply not true.
In Ancient America, in Notes of America Archeology (1872) by
John H. Baldwin, A.M., he wrote:
“If a conservative history of the
ancient people of Central America and Mexico were ever written,
it has been lost … The ruins show that they had the art of
writing … the inscriptions of Palenque and the characters used
in some of the manuscript books that have been preserved are not
the same as the Mexican Picture Writing … though they had no
writing like ours they had their symbols and characters through
which they understood everything; and they had great books,
which were composed with such ingenuity and art that our
characters were really of no assistance to them.
have seen these books and I myself have seen them likewise …
books such as these … must have contained important information.
The older books belonging to the age of Copan and Paling went to
decay doubtless long previous to this time. The later books, not
otherwise lost, were destroyed by Aztec and Spanish vandalism.”
Mr. Baldwin continues:
“ … The Aztec or Mexican sovereign
Ytzcoatl destroyed many of the old Toltec books. His aim was
probably to exterminate among the people all memory of the
previous times … We learn from Spanish writers that a still
greater destruction of the old books was effected by the more
ignorant and fanatical of the Spanish priest who were
established in the country as missionaries after the conquest …
there is record of a great conflagration, under the asepses of
Bishop Zumarraga, in which a vast collection of these writings
As the writing was all of paper (which had long
been used in the country) the burning was easily accomplished …
the Franciscan and Dominican fanatics, whose learning and
religion consisted of ignorance and bigotry, hoped to
exterminate among the people all recollection of their former
history, ideas and religious customs."”
(Pages 188, 189).
Very few of these books were saved.
However I found a passage in The Civilization of Ancient Mexico
(1912) by Lewis Spence to be very thought provoking to say the
Mr. Spence reports that in
the Vatican there is a book that
was brought from Mexico …
“Manuscript No. 3773, is a species of
religious handbook, representing the journey after death through the
Out of all of the books put to torch by
Christian Priests why was this book about the Ancient American’s
beliefs concerning the Inner World brought safely back to the
Vatican? Next time you’re in Rome ask the Pope.
But it isn’t all gloom and doom. In Mr. Baldwin’s already quoted
book Ancient America I found a passage that could be viewed as a ray
“Humbolt mentions books of
hieroglyphic writing found among the Panoes on the River Ucayali,
[in Peru] which were “bundles of their paper resembling our
volumes of the quarto. A Franciscan missionary found an old man
sitting at the foot of a palm-tree and reading one of the books
to several young persons. The Franciscan was told that the
writing “contained hidden things which no stranger ought to
(Pages 255, 256)
Hopefully these books were hidden away
somewhere. Possibly in an underground vault? At any rate, while
destroying any possible written information that would help us in
our quest for the truth, the keepers-of-the-secrets still had a big
problem. Oral History.
We’ll return to this thought later on in this
Another false piece of “history” being taught in our controlled
school systems today is the is that all of the “wild” Indians of
North America, and if fact the peoples of Mexico, Central and South
America, arrived here by crossing “a land bridge” which connected
Asia with Alaska across the Bering Straight following the last ice
The theory being that all the people found in the extended
NAFTA area of the globe (as envisioned by our friends over at
Trilateral Commission) migrated across this land bridge.
As Paul Harvey would say, But now, for the rest of the story.
A couple of interesting statements found in the already quoted 1912
scholastic work The Civilization of Ancient Mexico by Lewis Spence:
“The area covered by the ancient
Nahuan or Mexican race, both in its fluctuant and settled
conditions, extended in its utmost limits from British Columbia
in the North to Costa Rica in the south…”
“But the most important aboriginal population of Mexico was that
of the Otomi, who still occupy the plateau of the Guanajuato and
Queretaro, and who, after the advent of the Naphua races,
probably peopled the entire Mexican plateau. Their language is
of the type known as “incorporative” that is, one word embraces
several, and appears to have some affinity to the Athapascan
Dialect of British North America”
So far so good. These statements seem to
support a migration of the ancient people of Mexico from the north.
… Until you read this curious statement further into his report.
“The Totonacs and Chontals were in
all likelihood allied to tribes dwelling to the south-east of
the Yucatan peninsula who spoke a similar language, and their
migration to the lands they occupied was possible effected from
South to North by way of the Mexican Gulf.”
As Vincent H. Gaddis wrote in his book
Native American Myths & Mysteries revised (1991):
“Migration by the Bering Sea Strait
(or land bridge during glaciation periods when sea levels were
lower) has been a theoretical scared cow to many
anthropologists, but it does not explain the origin of all
native people in America … As for the Bering Straits migrants
eventually reaching the far destination of Tierra del Fuego,
what has their incentive?
There was no population pressure.
the time Columbus arrived on the scene, it is estimated
there were 15 million people living in the Americas, with about
one million or less in what is now the United States and
Southern Canada. During the last glaciation there was an
ice-free area just of the east of the Rocky Mountains and other
areas to the south. At worst, ice age man would have had to go
no further than modern Mexico.
“Nevertheless, the oldest and most advanced civilizations were
in South America. [In fact the further south you go the more
elaborate the ruins of these ancient people. [DGC] A vast
antiquity here is evident in the ruins under lave flows and at
Lake Titicaca. Here the mysteries of countless ages await the
study of skilled minds, and Latin American scientists who have
led in the research are appalled at their own ignorance. And the
trail of the totems is northward.”
Is it possible that some people migrated
from the South to the North? John Baldwin in Ancient America
explored just such an unorthodox view.
Mr. Baldwin wrote:
“One of the most learned writers on
American antiquities, a Frenchman, speaking of discoveries in
Peru, exclaims, “America is to be again discovered! We must
remove the veil in which Spanish politics has sought to bury its
“Remains of ancient civilizations, differing to some extent in
degrees and character, are found in three great sections of the
America continent; the west side of South America, between Chile
and the first or second degree of latitude; Central America and
Mexico; and the valleys of the Mississippi and the Ohio. These
regions have all been explored to some extent … not completely,
but sufficiently to show the significance and importance if
their archaeological remains, most of which were already
mysterious antiquities when the continent was discovered by
Mr. Baldwin tells us:
“An Ancient and unknown people left
remains of settled life, and of a certain degree of
civilization, in the valleys of the Mississippi and its
tributaries. We have no authentic name for them either as a
nation or as a race; therefore they are know as “Mound
Builders,” this name having been suggested by an important class
of their works.”
According to research by Robert Silverburg as reported by him in his
1978 book on the subject, The Mound Builders, there were tens of
thousands of different sized mounds across the eastern half of North
“each [new American] townsite had its mounds, and
generally each town had its antiquarian who studied them before they
were swept away by progress.”
Baldwin’s description of the ancient mounds comes from first hand
knowledge. Many were still prevalent around the North American
countryside in 1872 when he published his unprecedented historical
research book, Ancient America:
“Prominent among the remains by
which we know that such people once inhabited that region are
artificial mounds constructed with intelligence and great labor.
Most of them are usually square or rectangular, but some times
hexagonal or octagonal, and the higher mounds appear to have
been constructed with winding staircases on the outside leading
to their summits”
“I find it most reasonable to
believe that the mounds found in this part of the continent were
used precisely as similar structures were used in Mexico and
Central America. The lower mounds, or most of them, must have
been constructed as foundations of the more important edifices
of the mound-building people. Many of the great buildings
erected on such pyramidal foundations, at Palengue, Uxmal and
elsewhere in the region, have not disappeared, because they were
built of hewn stone laid in mortar.
For reasons not difficult to
understand, the mound builders, beginning their works on the
lower Mississippi constructing such edifices of wood or some
other perishable material; therefore no trace of them remains.
The higher mounds with broad, flat summits, reached by flights
of stairs on the outside, are like the Mexican teocallis, or
temples. In Mexico and Central America these structures were
They are described as solid pyramidal masses of
earth, cased with brick and stone, level at the top, and
furnished with ascending ranges of steps on the outside. The
resemblance is striking, and the most reasonable explanation
seems to be that in both regions mounds of this class were
intended for the same used.”
Mr. Baldwin continues to provide
convincing evidence that the ancient people in North America had
common ties with their brothers in the south. One of the most
convincing connections is in the design in Adams County Ohio known
as The Great Serpent Mound.
The Ancient Mound
The Great Serpent
Two thousand years ago,
nomadic hunter began to honor their dead by heaping
earth over their remain. In time, mounds became larger
and more complex.
The mound-building culture of the
southern Ohio Hopewell people peaked about A.D.150. The
Great Serpent Mound is a quarter-mile-long prehistoric
earthwork in southern Ohio.
Though there are no know
descendants of the tribe who made it, it is believed to
have been built with the participation of the entire
population and to have been used as a place of worship.
For more than one thousand feet, the serpent body with a
partly coiled tail extends along the backbone of a
ridge, as shown in the engraving above.
At the serpent head is an
oval embankment with a heap of stones in the center. An
audience could have gathered at this spot to watch or
participate in a ceremony.
Mr. Baldwin explains:
“No symbolic device is more common
among the antiquities of Mexico and Central America than is more
common among the antiquities of Mexico and Central America than
the form of the serpent, and it was sometimes reproduced in part
in architectural constructions.
One of the old books giving
account of a temple dedicated to Quetzalcohuatl says, “It was
circular in form, and the entrance represented the mouth of a
serpent, opening in a frightful manner, and extremely terrifying
to those who approached it for the first time.”
I could not have described the Great
Serpent Mound of Adams County Ohio any better. What do you think?
Baldwin’s 300-page book presents good hard evidence that not only
was there a migration from the north, but that an entirely different
group of people came from the south. And he isn’t the only authority
that felt that way in the days before the controllers took control
over what was to be accepted history and science.
tells us of another respected researcher of the time.
[A] “Brilliant analysis of the
mounds was produced … by Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), the
Swiss-born economist who was Thomas Jefferson’s Secretary of the
Treasury. After a long career in public office, Gallatin had
become a banker in 1827 and in his later years concerned himself
largely with the study of American Indians. In 1836 he published
an important work on the Indians, and six years later he founded
and became the first president of the American Ethnological
Society. His final contribution to his chosen science was a
pioneering essay on American languages, published in 1848, when
he was 87 years old.
“The large flat-topped mounds of which the Cahokia Mound near
East St. Louis, Illinois was then the best known example.”
struck Gallatin as having “a strong family likeness to the
Mexican pyramids.” The earthen ramparts and embankments of Ohio
puzzled him though, for they were unlike any fortifications
constructed by existing Indian tribes. This led him to suggest
that they were the work of a race different from contemporary
Indians, perhaps Influenced by the great civilizations of
“ … Gallatin did not think that the mound builders had migrated
south to Mexico to create those great civilizations. Instead, he
felt that Mexican ideas must have drifted northward and been
adopted by the people of the Mississippi valley.”
As Baldwin tells us in our major
reference book for this portion of our research:
“It has sometimes been assumed that
the Aztecs came to Mexico from the north, but there is nothing
to warrant this assumption, nothing to make it probable, nothing
even to explain the fact that some persons have entertained it.
People of the ancient Mexico and Central American races are not
found further north than New Mexico and Arizona, where they are
known as Pueblos or Village Indians.
In the old days there was a
frontier region, and the Pueblos seem to represent ancient
settlers who went there from the south. In fact, no people
really like our wild Indians of North America have ever been
found in Mexico, Central America, or South America.
The findings of these well respected
researchers seems to strongly indicate that, as I seem to find time
after time in my own research, that we’re not being made privy to
the full truth.
So far in this research report I’ve presented a
magnitude of evidence supporting a migration of some of Americas
ancient people from south to north. If this is so, the next obvious
“From where in the south did these people originate?”
American and His-Story
The undisputed truth of history is that in the far southern areas of
the Americas, not only were the books destroyed, but also the people
But the controllers still had a problem. A big
problem. The ruins were too massive to destroy. They stand today as
a silent monument to hidden truths. In the north they had no such
problem, most of the easily destroyed mounds were plowed under or
concreted over. However, as hard as they tried they were not able to
wipe out the “savages” and the secrets they knew. This brings us
back to the oral history of these true Americans.
The controllers, after failing in the genocide of the red man, next
tried to destroy their tight family ties. First by removing them
from their traditional lands and placing them on the worst land in
the country, then by flooding the reservations with booze. And
finally by enticing the young to become part of the “white mans'
system." This was all done to try and remove the ancient oral
knowledge from being passed on from old to young as it had since
time began for these people. In far too many cases it’s worked.
thanks to a few brave historians, much of the tribal knowledge has
been preserved. Of course the “establishment” would have us believe
that this oral history is nothing more than myths and fables. But
one thing doesn’t wash.
I personally find it hard to believe that
generations of people worked so hard to preserve fiction …
especially people, who historically have proven that they hold such
a high regard for the truth.
In Legends & Lore of the American Indians (1993) edited by
Harden we find:
“ … Several tribes claim to have
emerged from the interior of the earth. The Oneidas point to a
hill near the falls of Oswego River, N.Y. as their birthplace;
the Witchitas rose from the rocks around Red River; the Creeks
from a knoll in the valley of Big Black River in the Natchez
area, where dwelt the Master of Breath; the Aztecs were one of
seven tribes that came out from the seven caverns of Aztlan …
and the Navajos believe that they emerged at a place known to
them in the Navajo Mountains.”
On page 152 we find that,
tribes of the Sioux suppose that their nation lived in a
subterranean village near a vast lake.”
The Zuni believe that,
the old days all men lived in caves in the center of the earth.
There were four caves, one over the other. Men first lived in the
lowest cave. It was dark. There was no light, and the cave was
crowded. All men were full of sorrow.”
misadventures they finally reached the exterior of the earth.
story of creation,
“All living things were under the
ground in confusion and asked one another what each was; but one
day as the mole was digging around, he broke a hole through, so
that the light steamed in, and he drew back frightened. He has
never had any eyes since; the light put them out. The mole did
not want to come out, but all the others came out on to the
earth through the hole the mole had made.”
Another good source of this ancient
knowledge is Native American Legends (1987) compiled and edited by
George E. Lankford.
On page 113 he tells us:
“What Chekilli, the head chief of
the lower and upper Creeks [Indian tribes] said in a talk held
in Savannah [Georgia] in 1735, and which was handed over by the
interpreter … word for word, as follows: “At a certain time the
earth opened in the west, where it’s mouth is. The earth opened
and the Kasihtas [Creeks] came out …””
And on and on, tribe after tribe.
Stories of their ancient ancestors emerging from subterranean lands
in one way or the other seems to be a common one. Could these
separate histories, which all jell into the same fact, be true?
Could some of the ancient Americans actually have come from under
the ground we walk on? We’ll pursue this further in my next report.
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