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Thursday, October 31, 2013
Den Men of Nebraska
First, a typical
buffalo wallows does have a natural genesis that is easily traced and
understood so the idea of millions of dwellings appears rather unlikely. However this does report on a clear
artificial establishment that appears to be a group of colonizers close to the
Lake Superior copper mines. We can add
this to the established Atzlan site in the area. Again we determined that this presence
existed from other sources and are step by step fleshing out the geography from
forgotten disparate sources known only to local enthusiasts if then.
What is becoming
clear is that an extensive establishment existed along the upper Mississippi Basin to support
the copper mining enterprise which appears so far to be Minoan led with what is
now a significant additional Egyptian presence localized in areas. It appears that the natives responded to this
by establishing their own individual polities and expanding agricultural base.
Stories of artifact
loaded caves and gold leaf books become plausible as we fill in what first
appeared to be a cursory penetration though lasting for generations. It was much more than that and likely formed
a substantial polity.
The time frames - other sources- are dead on as well.
Professor Robert W. Gilder, archaeologist for the
University of Nebraska, has made the curious discovery that the familiar
“buffalo wallows” of the West were never made by buffaloes. They are, instead,
the ruins of underground dwellings in which thousands of years ago lived a race
which vanished other thousands of years ago.
The “wallows” were thought to be what their name
indicates even by the Indians, thus proving that the red men themselves knew
nothing of the race that made the dens.
The modern Indian were just as much surprised as the
whites when they discovered what Professor Gilder was taking out of the old
indentations. The archaeologist would point to one of the wallows and then tell
his little audience just what he would find in it. This he was enabled to do so
by reason of the curious similarity in the arrangement of and the things found
in the dens. The Indians were appalled, however, by what they thought his uncanny
foresight, and now they call him “Man-Who-Sees-Through-the-Ground.”
This curious people were skilled in the art of
making pottery and in turning out realistic heads and figurines in clay and
stone. All their underground houses and caves were built in the shape of
squares. These rectangles, oddly enough, do not square like many primeval
dwellings, with the points of the compass, but with the North Star, which is a
few degrees off due north. The majority of the caves have their entrances at
the south, and some have inclines fifty feet long leading down to the door.
This mysterious people dwelt by the millions on the
prairies. Professor Gilder has uncovered
near the west bank of the Missouri River, near Omaha, what appears to have been
a metropolis of the race. Ethnologists who have examined the relics have found
no resemblance with either the pre-Columbian Indians or with the mound builders.
There is no clue to indicate who these people were
or how they were wiped out. Nor is it clear what conditions forced a whole race
to live in burrows beneath the ground.
However, among the ruins, of the long-filled burrows
Professor Gilder has found a little carved head of pink soapstone.
The little pink head is Egyptian in every feature.
It is delicately carved and highly polished. It is Egyptian in headdress,
having even the rectangular earguard worn by the Egyptians. It is more than
Egyptian. It resembles the face of Rameses II himself. If the marble busts in
Oriental museums to-day are images of the Egyptian king and the mummy unearthed
I the sands of Egypt in 1881 and now reposing in the Boulak Museum in Cairo is
really his corpse.
Another clay image has the pronouncedly sloping eyes
peculiar to Chinese.
Geologists have furnished some assistance to the
archaeologists in determining the probable age of the ruins. It takes years for
black soil to accumulate where it is not washed in. This soil accumulates from
decaying grasses. Darwin once made an experiment in the accretion of soil, and
computed that but little over an inch collected in a hundred years.
How many centuries, then, may have gone while these
two or three feet of black soil have gathered on the sunken roofs of the fallen
At least a thousand years before Christ, say the
geologists, our cavemen dropped into oblivion and their homes had begun to
In uncovering something over thirty of these homes
professor Gilda has established the general character of the caves and their
contents. The floor is strewn with charred sticks, reeds, coarse grasses and
charred corncobs. In the floor of every cave is found a cache where most of the
domestic utensils and the other valuables are hidden. It is this cache that the archaeologist always
seeks. Sometimes there are several in the same cave. The mouth of the cache is
always found plugged with a layer of burnt clay. On top of this is a layer of
ashes. Beneath all, the cavity widens like a jug or a bottle, often to the size of a hogshead.
Wikipedia has an article on Nebraska Man
(Hesperopithecus haroldcookii) that
sets the record straight. In my opinion, ‘Nebraska Man’ was a mistake in that a
tooth was misidentified, the thought of fraud to ‘prove evolution’ is kind of
silly. After all, James was a creationist and used the Den Men of Nebraska in
the 1926Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men, the 1931 Lost Continent of
Mu. To James, it provided more evidence of early travelers/settlers from Mu in
North America, because they were human.