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Indian Myths and Legends Proof of Tartaria!

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to reading between the lines a show where i take you with me while i research through the pages of history trying to read between the lines and see what really happened today i’m going to talk about north america pre-civil war pre-colony um just in the beginning right after columbus had discovered the new quote-unquote new world when the spanish conquistadors were there um and just around the time that we actually don’t have a lot of information about that’s why i’m going to be looking into things like the myths of the north american indians i’m going to look into some of the early colonial legends and myths and um some of the early archaeological papers written um about the indians of the area now what i’m looking for is i am looking for clues that would point to the great tartarian empire because if it exists you’d think there will there would be clues right missing from history so we’re looking for big glaring holes ways that you know things if if the indians lived on the continent after the tartarians left or were gone they would be living amongst a bunch of ruins right because by the time that europeans got there they were definitely living in a primitive state so we’re just looking for clues that can kind of tell us what really happened you know the part that history doesn’t cover so when i’m starting to look through these myths i’m i was jumping around quite a bit because of it’s it was a big book and it had a lot of um a lot of myths in there from all kinds of different tribes and so we are going to just jump around i’m going to point out to you some of the really really obvious stuff that like kind of blew me away i found so many things guys you’re gonna you’re gonna love this actually there are so many clues i i’m surprised i’m gonna try to fit them all into one video okay so this is one um this is a creation myth except for most of these creation myths generally aren’t exactly creation myths they’re more like a re like they were man was already created and was either exiled or something happened and this is like the re-emergence myth is the best way i could describe it this is an interesting one so it says um after the rushing waters had subsided that sounds like that could be mud flood right the lenape of the turtle were close together in hollow houses living together there hollow houses would that be perhaps ruins of an abandoned empire i don’t know let’s see what else is here um they were very the way the europeans describe the indians too is they describe them as wizards they describe them as having a lot of magic a lot of witchcraft it’s kind of it’s kind of funny um there’s there’s a cert there’s a theme that tends to re-emerge over and over and over that i noticed in in from indian tribes all across north america is that they have these ideas that their gods turned into stone now i thought this was really interesting um stone sometimes their animal gods turned to stone and sometimes their human gods turned to stone now i was thinking about it from a different perspective okay i was trying to imagine a primitive people or people who had just had a major disaster who were wandering along the countryside amongst a bunch of ruins of a previous advanced civilization and it made me think what if they’re seeing things like this statues of people of animals in front of these buildings perhaps in like you know squares where they would have fountains and things you know in italy all over europe there’s all kinds of different representations of animals and people that are in stone wouldn’t you think if you were primitive in nature you know as far as technology goes and the tools that you had at your disposal were all very very simple you know you’re using rocks you don’t have any metal you don’t have any kind of technology if you saw a statue like this wouldn’t your imagination take you to think that that is a god that perhaps was frozen in stone i think that that is likely because this is a theme that is repeated like i said over and over and over there’s another theme and i call it the great it wigwam theme it’s either the great wigwam or the great teepee or the shining stone house on a hill it’s repeated over and over in these different myths this is glooscap he’s a um he’s a common character he’s a mischief maker i think he’s a a rabbit maybe or he might be a coyote but he’s always messing with he’s always trying to he’s a trickster trying to trying to cause mischief and kind of like the coyote and the roadrunner he always ends up like the coyote getting kind of caught in his own schemes but this is one of the things is where so the indians say that glooskop lives far away no one knows where in a very great wigwam this great wigwam is mentioned in many different forms many different tribes it’s either a great wigwam or a great teepee like i said it’s usually shining a lot of times it has a circle of light nobody knows seems to know where it is but it’s always where their gods came from and they’re afraid of these places and oftentimes the hero of the story will venture to this great teepee so this is um i see the great teepee crowned with the color like the gold of sunlight painted with a cluster of stars right um it’s just i’m not going to take you to every single example but i’ll take you to a couple more and this is from tribes all over the continent um where is this one oh he’s looking for the sun in the sun in his son’s home which ends up being at a great lodge glorious with golden light great lodge right and scarface he was a hero that went to go find this this um lodge that everybody knew about but nobody remembered where it was but the heroes keep going and finding it you know in the different stories lodge tp now you have to understand that this is translated this is a european translating in america or native americans myth so it’s going to sound different to the native american you’re going to say wigwam or tp depending on the tribe but what they mean is home right they mean dwelling they don’t necessarily mean the specifics of the way a teepee’s built when they say tp they just mean a place where someone lives and those the rest of it’s just pretty much europeans um you know translation stone giants again see this is another thing where their gods were were frozen and stoned um or okay sorry the early days there existed a malignant race okay maybe not their gods in this this example but they’re they’re all over the place like sometimes there’s bones that they find which we know that there was giants in north america they’ve been found but a lot of times it could just be that they saw these statues you know i mean these representations on or facades on buildings i mean if you had never seen anything like it you would think that they were frozen you know it was a being that was frozen too i mean that’s the only thing that you could really use to explain it now the europeans say that um they use the idea that these are just stones you know natural occurrence in nature that kind of look like people but the way that they talk about it i think it’s more than that i mean sometimes you just have to take this stuff literally and and really look into it this is another rock or this is a rock lodge okay so this is a story it’s kind of like the three little pigs and um so in order to protect themselves they turn their their lodging into a rock so that they can be saved and he did it with magic because they they didn’t build things with rock they didn’t have masonry not in north america they didn’t i mean there was some adobe but not not really i mean that’s not really that strong so his magic was able to turn their house into rock so that they would be saved um so they had this idea of rock houses but they obviously didn’t know how to make them if it took magic to actually make it happen another stone giantess and it had in her arms the chief’s baby that could be a statue you know there’s a whole lot of of statues that have a woman holding a child you know you could attribute it to different gods you could attribute it to the madonna there’s a whole lot of them um they’re they’re all over the place right i mean in europe and south america everywhere except for here so they say right and i’m gonna take this around to my um to i have a theory about why and how this all happened so this is why do you tie these great stones to your ankles and this is another myth so like let’s say you know you see a statue a lot of times they have a base stone base so they’d see this frozen person stone that was still attached to this base and they they wanted they were like why do you tie yourself to this stone why do you keep yourself here and then there’s another another common theme that you see in a lot of this and it’s ghosts superstition witchcraft and it’s as if these indians are they’re very superstitious and they’re afraid of the world around them in many ways because they don’t understand it and they’re afraid of a lot of things they are very superstitious so in this ghost county country there’s a whole lot of areas that they just refuse to go in all over the continent because they say it’s bad it’s ghost country it’s bad juju whatever you know terminology they use they are they won’t go in certain areas because they’re scared now this is likely there’s a heap of bones right now that could be we don’t know what happened to the tartarians we also know that the indians died in massive numbers after you know from smallpox after the spaniards came so i mean there’s a lot of areas where they’re just mounds of bones and that could just that could be for many things we don’t know let’s see which one is this one um oh this is the torches so yeah it’s the adventure you know see another hero he um he’s going again to the great lodge somewhere the supernaturals when he okay so the spirits lit their torches and then he did something punishment and then they end up putting putting his torches out or putting out the torches and then like he killed the light of the world or something like that i don’t remember exactly that one was kind of obscure it’s not very it’s not as strong as some of those other ones so let’s move on okay so then we’ve got this these are american myths and legends and i always like to look into the older sources there’s a lot less pc you know political correctness there’s a lot less revision um sometimes you can catch stuff that just wasn’t in other things you know things that are just weren’t in that you know got scrubbed out later especially the more obscure books so let’s see this is just this is early call colonial myths and legends so some of these are going to be um indian and some of them are going to be american or english you know there’s even a few french so this is a a myth or legend about a grindstone [Music] that’s on the mountain they said this this looks like i think it was a it looks like it used to be a mill or something it looks very very specific it doesn’t look like it belongs there so there’s a couple different takes on it the indians have one the americans have one and the french have one and the french actually is the one that kind of really got my attention um okay yeah so at the end of the reason that this grindstone got there and says the devil the devil released a dense shadow that fell upon the spot and fearful rushing sound was heard then plunging through the clouds came this father of all grindstones and turning tumbling onto the company buried them two thousand feet deep in the mud right but the man who survived to tell what happened was so frightened that his legs were weak and he could not keep up with his comrades so it’s kind of like a mud a mud flood theory that’s burying something right oh it’s not super super but it’s it’s a little obscure but it’s still there let’s see what’s the next one here um which one is this oh this is another one turning stone you shall be turned to rocks on this mountainside so you know it’s a god saying that i’m angered with you and i’m going to turn you to stone i mean that one is really really really prevalent it’s just it’s all over the place which i can imagine if you saw those statues and you had no idea they would they would haunt you they would haunt you and your your culture they would haunt everybody you would want you’d make all kinds of stories up about them because you had to explain them somehow you know i mean they would be very very spooky in the first place and they would they would just you know they would um dominate a lot of your a lot of your theories a lot of your thoughts about where you came from so this is oh this is just talking about a convent being burned oh that’s the other thing with this is this is really colonial times and a lot they have they’re so superstitious and this was also not not too far from the inquisit the spanish inquisition right and my theory is i’ll show it to you a little bit in a little bit but i think that the spaniards might have gotten away with a lot of the gold the spaniards and the church might have gotten away with a lot of the tartarian gold and might have been the original destroyers of a lot of things here um they were the first ones here after all and there is evidence and then part of the when the english came they they colonized very differently the spaniards were all conquerors they were here to come and plunder and take and you know just bully their way over everything and they came for gold the english came to live i mean it wasn’t even the crown it was just a lot of people who didn’t want to be in england anymore and um there were some rich people that that created charter got charters you know like the the plymouth company or whatever it’s called you know they got charters and stuff but it was they came with lots of people and so it was a totally different kind of colonization there was the elites and then there was just the people and i think the way the elites kept their secrets is with superstition there was a lot of it a lot of it so this is a convent okay so they don’t mention when the convent was built but they mentioned how they hated it a nunnery so they um it was it was the target of all this like superstition of like was it you know they were scared of it basically so they’re blaming there’s prejudice they’re they’re blaming these nuns for problems in boston um they call it a romanist convent okay now romanist that’s also referring to the catholic church but i think they probably i mean i can’t imagine what this convent looked like but i bet you it had columns and was um just like the buildings that were so many were destroyed in the 1800s so this is just one of the reasons why they would right so the great interruption of the celts and latins had then not begun i think that’s irish and and um italians i think that’s what that means uh anyhow so it’s just talking about how those people were terrible and the cath the population was so small so nobody even liked them and they called the mystic right and it was so strange and foreign they had the house of the black robed it was just creepy and so the whole town eventually comes up and just burns it down and it talks about tunnels and dungeons deep under the earth under this building which could be true right and the nuns were trying to convert people and it was just so terrible and so they just went and they burned the whole thing down and it was fine everybody was like yep that was totally just and um that’s what i’m talking about the superstition i think that that is the reason why people didn’t ask questions they had i mean they were so scared of witchcraft and sorcery that they thought the indians i mean there’s so many so much mention of the indians being wizards and practicing sorcery and then this is when the witch trials were going on and they just it was fear they had everybody just scared to death so that there was no question so nobody actually ventured out there was no you know they could do what they wanted so this is um this is more about the superstitions this is it was known that if one ate with witches they would become a witch himself i mean it was like it was really out of control the superstition and i mean there were places in the woods they didn’t want you to go to you remember robin hood the movie it came out um the one with kevin costner came out a long time ago i think the 80s and the outlaws were kept safe in the woods because they made noises you know they hung things up that made noises in the woods so nobody would go in there it was a time like that when people just would not like they were scared you know they didn’t go anywhere um which one is this this is oh this is pointing out so there’s a place where one of these um viceroys lives or whatever and they call it pomperon’s castle you know they called it even though it was a cabin was it a cabin i don’t know why would you call a cabin a castle seems a little strange to me um let’s see which one is this what’s happening here okay there we go so this is just interesting a borough of new york city staten island keeps a hold on the past not generally retained in districts where people come and go so fast that the meaning of home is unknown this is kind of just tells you what the what the atmosphere of the time was like what the culture was like where relics and trophies are eagerly eagerly swept aside to make room for money-making institutions so it’s just kind of kind of giving you a feeling for the the people the era so they were they had no problem getting rid of relics of the past or trophies of the past making room for the new so here are the old more event i don’t even know what that is moravian church the home of the italian liberator and all of these things that were just just fountain houses okay that’s interesting what’s a fountain house built when the chapel castle and tea house were erected in new jersey so it just goes on and it’s like talks about how all of these were used to be there and they were they’re just swept aside and you know knocked down and nobody cared because of the the feeling of the day which seems really strange to me i don’t know the buildings that you see i don’t understand how anybody could actually knock those down and build the buildings that are up and you know replacement it’s unbelievable so the spanish castle um this is just they’re talking about st augustine this is in florida i just wanted to point this out because they mentioned the spanish castle they um there’s vaults in there structurally they have no so there’s places that have no part in the defensive plan so why would they even they’re like why would they even be a part of the castle right that didn’t make sense to people of that time that they would build something that didn’t have a purpose right so it’s likely it was built before these people would build it right but we don’t know it’s spanish the spanish records are mostly kept in the vatican so besides what’s what’s available there’s a whole bunch of them that are kept in the vatican and are sealed so it just talks about how this is a castle that’s in florida that like it has dungeons it has skeletons and chains i mean that’s not a new world type of place it doesn’t sound like that’s definitely sounds very very old world i mean a castle you know in florida it’s i i don’t know we it’s not something we normally see oh which is this um let’s see oh yeah that’s right this is the one that says um arclights what is an arc light so this is a story about what is this i don’t remember what the story is about but it’s one of these early american myths and then it just talks about with our blazing arc lights i have no idea what an arc light is that really kind of caught my attention and then it’s talking about the ghosts so these places that they they won’t oh yeah there we go so there’s places they won’t go because ghosts there’s too many ghosts again with the superstition so they’re talking about the spanish territories again or the bonaparte house and border town borden town is the only american village that ever had a king for a citizen see what what is that right because there wasn’t um you know none of the none of the kings ever came here none of them none of them ever did not one so what does that mean right i think that there’s a there’s some time missing i think there’s a whole chunk of time sometime between the late 1700s and the civil war i think that there’s a good chunk that’s just missing that is kind of wiped from the histories but you’ll see illusions to it sometimes kind of like how the book of enoch from the bible we know that it it was used before because it’s mentioned like it’s mentioned in a couple different places in the bible but for a long time we didn’t have the book of enoch it’s kind of like that thing so there’s illusions to this missing time period but we don’t have any record of it this is one of those so the american village that you ever had a king for a citizen so shadows of the corsicans have been seen there and this is just a very superstitious feeling so of this place that nobody went to because of all these you know bad stories so ghosts cannot abide with factories locomotives breweries and trolley cars and houses with steam heat and exposed plumbing do not interest them but it was different a hundred years ago we had not then set ourselves with such energy to make it impossible for the departed to visit us when they took a notion by scaring them into smoke wreaths with our blazing arc lights shattering them apart with our earth-shaking railroad trains and frightening them back to their tombs so what the heck right so a hundred years ago they didn’t have these things that the ghosts are not interested in and now the departed cannot visit us because we have this the steam you know the steam engine with all the smoke and the arc lights and the railroad trains it’s just it’s weird right like it’s just i don’t know to me that’s kind of hinting at something that has been lost to history um which one is this so i mean there’s a lot of these i’m just going to keep going through them sorry if this this video is going to be a little long but there’s just so many clues i just wanted to point out as many as i could oh this is right that’s right so this is talking about so this is also during the time of the pirates right so first you had the conquistadors and then you had the spanish treasure fleets and with the spanish treasure fleets you had pirates who were trying to steal all the gold and it just seems like a lot of gold from what they say it is and from what i don’t know it does it seems like there’s a whole lot more than there should have been right so this is this is interesting so it says um oh yeah why not a mutual trust in the exploitation of your this treasure if they really insisted mr rogers would do all that he could for such a company but it would be expensive but see trust in this exploitation of this treasure and i think that there was a lot of a lot going on with this gold you know with the spanish trying to get it out the jesuits were involved i think the jesuits and the spanish kind of were fighting over who could get more of most of it out first and i think the church won i do i think spanish ended up not getting the good end of the deal um oh here’s something it’s another legend from the navajos this is just what i want to point out it kind of goes in a different direction but this is another coyote was one of their gods there’s a lot of stories about him and he says coyote is responsible for the present irregular position of the stars so that makes really a lot of sense right like okay so this is this is just another um theory he would coyote was was expelled from the people of the lower world or he brought about the expulsion of the people from the lower world because their story is that they were in caves and then they came back out they came up out of the caves and it is coyote who’s responsible for the present irregular position of the stars so this says is that at one point in time the stars were in a different position and there’s just they don’t remember it but they remember that they were in a different position okay so it was either i don’t know like that could mean a lot of things but the stars were different and there history you know their their legends still remember just a tiny piece of it which means that they were either very advanced at one point or very very old or perhaps both those are that’s a navajo myth um okay so then there’s this this one the archaeological archaeological institute of america now this guy he wrote this up in 1899 and he actually used to work for the smithsonian but then he stopped working for the smithsonian and he said he wouldn’t say why he he’s like for reasons i will not say why and there’s a couple of really good ones in here um so this one so he’s talking about he went see this guy actually went down and he went to visit uh or live with the southwest indians for a while so that he could catalog their different tribes and their languages and things like that and this was in 83 and 84. and listen to this so he’s just talking about um this is a real person and this is like a real you know a paper that was given to it wasn’t part of the smithsonian but it was done and it was written and it was published okay peer-reviewed reviewed and published so he’s talking about how he went down there um and then how he was among these this the purists and the tiguas who were transported to this vicinity about 1680 being obliged to return to santa fe owing to a serious attack attack of bronchitis so soon as i was sufficiently recovered i made a flying trip to the pueblo of san juan a flying trip what 83-84 1883-84 and this if you i read this whole this whole book and he doesn’t talk like this he doesn’t use hyperbole he doesn’t use exaggerations everything he says is very straightforward and exactly what it is it’s like it’s a a lot of it’s very droll because he’s just exactly writing down what he sees and what a flying trip that’s i i don’t know i don’t know i mean you know obviously you can see what it sounds like for reals um then now we’re on to the really really really interesting part this one caught my attention and i can’t believe i’ve never heard of this guy but so coronado i don’t know if you know who coronado was he was a conquistador um and a spanish conquistador he was he came a little bit you know like a few expeditions after the original original um what was his name anyways after the first guy and he was looking for the lost cities of gold and i didn’t i knew that but i had never heard of this so he this this guy’s talking about um something that had happened like why these people were over in this area and blah blah and then he uses reference it says evidence of this is furnished by the tales of the so-called turk the captive indian from a tribe living east of the plains who determined the expedition of coronado in search of kiev kier via or what is it ki vira which is the cities of gold through his statements i was like the turk because you know according to the tartarian myth tartaria is an extension of the turks right genghis khan all of that so what is this turk doing in north america in the 1600s that like blew me away i was like what the heck is this about right so i started to look it up and there’s all kinds of stuff on it there’s a lot of different things on it but he really there isn’t a whole lot of information there’s just a couple of references to him in the um journals of the conquistadors of the 1500s okay so the conquistadors that were in the area at the time and um the spaniards right so they they say that he was named the turk because of his appearance so he looked like a turk okay and he looked in other things that says that he was darker skinned than the rest of the indians but i’m like that’s why they called him the turk but i’m like you know i don’t know he probably i think they called him the turk because he presented himself as the turk you know i mean it doesn’t get into much more detail it just says that he employed him as a guide on his trek um they mentioned that he is of quote unquote superior intelligence than the other indians around like he can communicate better he can he can actually he knows the area he knows exactly what they want he knows why they want the gold he’s like a con he’s more like them than he is like the indians and um so this one goes into it quite a bit and he so he he basically coronado hires him and then they go and they it takes them like a month and a half and they go and then they say that they found it but there was no gold there and then the turk was killed and all of this but there’s a couple different different like um takes on it there’s a couple different because there was more than the the stories are inconsistent so let’s see here okay so this is the turk saying that he went with his dad once or twice and he saw the villages or no this is a different type those are that’s the first time that the coronado had heard about this um city of gold so then along down here he meets the turks at some point there he goes and um so the turk we could not doubt told the spaniards many things which were not true they go out of their way to make sure that they they discredit this turk guy and that they they kind of explain what he was doing that he just was trying to tell them what they wanted to hear and all this but it’s see look it even says here like we already know the wonderful power of gossip see they go way out of their way to try to discredit this guy and it’s weird um they could just say he lied to him and they never found the gold but they go out of their way and they really want to like say that he this is why he lied and this is this and this explains that and they just they use too much to explain it when they don’t do that with anything else it’s weird and then so they like you could read all this you can look it up yourself it’s really super interesting but there’s a couple okay so there’s a couple different different versions of what happened when they found kievira okay i don’t know if that’s how you pronounce it either i’m sorry forgive me um so they say that like one person says or one guy says that they they went there and there was no gold another one’s like oh they never made it there and they just they never exactly there’s never an exact account of what happened so it’s really interesting there’s no like the counts don’t add up and they say that they’re they’re pretty sure that the coronado put him to death after he figured out that he lied but there’s others that say that didn’t happen it’s very interesting and the thing is is if he found the gold and it was in the records guess who he’d have to hand it over to he’d have to hand it over to the crown and why would he i mean you know gold fever all that why would he want to do that at that point like it would be really a strange man that would actually do that and so i really believe that it’s possible that the spaniards wanted to erase all existence of this tartarian empire because they were making so much money off of it oh this is a picture a representation that somebody drew of the turk that looks very very genghis khan ish now of course we don’t know what he really looked like but that is a painting that somebody made of him and that’s way before the tartarian theory ever came about so anyway so there’s more to this this part here that one was the really interesting to me but to kind of go on with this theory that i was telling you about the jesuits were really really a part of this whole early um conquest of the spaniards it was the spaniards and the missionaries the jesuit missionaries and um i mean the jed there was nobody who was more involved than the jesuits and much to the detriment of the tribes is what a lot of the a lot of people say like right here so a christian important most sincerely and due to the influence of the jesuits over and over it says influence of the jesuits but see there was a great rebellion in um 1680 i think it was and the jesuits left they were ordered by the crown to leave for some reason um let’s see and what does this one say oh this is oh yeah okay so this is saying some of the um their temples and the way that they they were um kept okay they were constructed the material in which they are constructed make it quite onerous for to maintain them in good condition the people who were left to take care of them didn’t know how to make these buildings they didn’t know how to repair these buildings um the buildings were too big for them so i don’t know that’s just another reference to buildings but no so the jesuits left in 1680 and then that was exactly around the time that there was these spanish fleets that were leaving it and i think the spanish which in the church were basically at odds at that point trying to get all the gold and much of this is just suppressed like we’ll never ever know and there was one story of a spanish fleet that basically it had 11 ships full of gold 11 ships and it supposedly sunk where did i put that um supposedly sunk on its way home and let me find out when that was yeah the treasure fleets i mean 11 ships and it wasn’t the only one i mean they were going back and forth with these huge huge treasure a lot of it see at that point in time the um spanish crown and the and the church the catholic church were very very very like they were they were intertwined it was difficult to separate them and i think that that may be why when america was founded that they wanted to be the separation of church and state so dramatically because they did they wanted to keep the gold that they found on their side of the world or their side of the continent themselves and they use superstition to keep the secret and to erase in the histories i really think this might be what happened okay so 10 spanish ships treasure ships okay all of the gold and silver on board sunk right and then they say it was it was recovered 250 years later yeah okay sure um 14 million pesos worth back then so the amount of gold and treasure that they were that was just one of them that sunk so the amount of gold and treasure that they’re pulling out of the new world is insane and you look at how much money that the vatican has i mean and they’ve been they’ve had that money for a long time and then that was in the age of the pirates and did you know the knights of the templars actually the the jolly roger flag you know the pirate flag that’s actually can be traced back to the knights of the temp templar templars but that is actually that was their standard at the time because they were pirates this one you know didn’t have the thing there but they were the ones that were the pirates and they were stealing the gold and they were getting it back for the church i believe um the jolly roger that’s the jolly roger flag yeah that was the knights of the templar and they were the pirates that were taking the gold from the spanish and taking it back to the crown now there were also english pirates that were in the seas and they were called privateers and um so that was different they were taking it back to england to that crown okay so they were all fighting the three of them were fighting over all this gold and if you remember from atlas shrugged there was a because i remember the book atlas shrugged was in my last video they even had pirates and gold and um i think it was ragnar somebody was the pirate and they were stealing the gold from the ships i don’t it’s in the book i don’t know if it’s in the movie um so it relates to that too anyway um so that’s kind of what i think what i think was going on um let’s see prince of thieves oh ragnar i can’t even say that dana’s whatever was the pirate who was stealing the gold that they were you know shipping back in the treasure ships in that in that book so yeah and if you look at this like what is this um oh jeez so the jesuits there’s all kinds you look it up there’s all kinds of imagery with the jesuits interacting with the indians and we all know that the jesuits are like the super secret keepers and so that’s what i pretty much think happened and i think that there’s a whole lot of clues in these you know in the myths and within the um the archaeological evidence that talks about it i mean in this guy he mentions the jesuits over and over and over oh and this is interesting too so this is talking about um the kachinas all right this is the headdress of the of one particular tribe and they’re talking about how the two-sloped staircase symbolizes the clouds and then um and all of these other things but then i i’ll show you what it actually looks like oh geez where is it i’ll show you what it actually looks like these things and they they’ve named these parts of these kachinas the symbolism of them and i think that they’re meant to they’re misnaming it on purpose so these are the kachinas like look at this guy they say that this here is supposed to represent the clouds okay and that this is a rainbow and that this is you know this is rain and all that stuff but if you look at that looks like a building to me it looks like a building that doesn’t look like clouds and it looks like there’s something coming off of these buildings this one almost looks like a birthday cake but see if i can get it in there see see that it looks like buildings with lights on top of them or something but those aren’t clouds those are buildings i mean i don’t even understand how they feel like they can get away with saying that um here’s another one this is supposed to be the um there’s supposed to be clouds as well and that looks like doors and then there’s this the spiral or the star windows again i mean come on for real like how dumb do you think that people are and i guess we are pretty dumb because a lot of people just believe that look that’s just like the egyptian deal there that looks like a stadium you know i mean for real um i just it’s amazing to me what they think that they can they can just say oh that symbol is for this and then everyone will just believe it this is in arizona this was supposedly built in the 1800s it’s just all of it is so crazy to me now that i know more about it and i’m really because i really wanted to look into the history to see if i could find clues because i don’t want to believe something that’s false i want to actually find you know i want to keep looking and keep finding things because i don’t i don’t want to find anything that’s going to or if i find something that disproves it then then i won’t believe it anymore because i don’t want to believe something that’s not true this is a coronado in the turk and that’s the city of gold but the amount of gold that was taken from the new world it was a lot and i think that they the spanish and the church you know the catholic church did a lot to cover it up and then i think that the i think that the revolutionary war was all about how the colonists didn’t want to share the money with the crown and then something happened there was a big something happen and it’s taken out of our history and then i mean i think after the civil war something is when it restarts i think that whatever the civil war wasn’t what we think it was that’s and i think the napoleonic wars lasted longer than they say they did i think it stretched out for longer anyway that’s my video for today i know that’s a lot of information there’s the turk there’s the and what’s with that flying thing that one was cool too like this one like the flying trip i would love to find out more about that but i looked into it and i couldn’t find anything yeah i made a flying trip it just there was nothing else about it nothing so anyway lots of clues and i’m just every time i do this i i feel like more and more affirmed that there’s definitely something wrong with our histories and um it’s a fun mystery growing up i always thought that we were done with mysteries i thought everything had already been discovered kind of like on the truman show the way the teacher says that that everything’s already been discovered when it turns out there still is a lot of mystery left to look into and that is very cool so you guys just um like and subscribe and have a wonderful day thank you bye-bye


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