|Sacred Mt Shasta. N. American Indians are the guardians|
The rest of Joshua's Warren's man-made machines for wishes is humbug! I believe in vortexes' and portals so I listened until the end as he gets obnoxious! https://youtu.be/YmahBoN3QBA
Brown Mt. Lights https://youtu.be/gftfwM9_J0g (Brown Mountain Lights with audio during a National Geographic shoot)
Joshua P. Warren shares a few photos to accompany his presentation on the 8/19/16 program.
Warren witnessed this large bright orb of light rising over Brown Mountain.
His photo, taken by Tim Beckley in the 1960s, shows a purported to "alien mummy" connected to the Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon.
|https://youtu.be/HzI7e2bbnbU Joshua P. Warren's wishing machines????|
North Carolina falls within in this vortex-filled boundary as well and has a rich history of weird goings-ons, from the lost colony of Roanoke to the strangeness of Asheville to the Devil's Tramping Ground, where nothing will grow in the soil.
Warren shared details about North Carolina's Brown Mountain Lights, where anomalous sightings of so called 'ghost lights' have been seen for decades. He commented on recent news about skeptic Dr. Daniel Caton of Appalachian State University whose research team recently captured undeniable video evidence of the light phenomenon.
Warren thinks the lights are a by-product of a vortex or portal in the area. He also reported on a story about odd beings who live inside a crystal cave in Brown Mountain. For more information on the Brown Mountain Lights, check out Warren's free ebook (PDF format) on the topic which can be downloaded at joshuapwarren.com. ""
""Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, Is a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University, who has worked with indigenous populations and spent seven years traveling through Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico, collecting stories of encounters, sky gods, giants, little people, and aliens, she conducted nearly 100 individual interviews of people whose experiences have not been influenced by movies, TV or hoaxers.
Her new book details the UFO stories of American Indians who live off the reservation, or "Urban Indians" as Clarke said. The stories she has heard range from a Native American man who told her that he regularly "travels the universal highway," to one man who watched in amazement as a UFO lifted off a highway at night, only to find an apparently mutilated cow in a field nearby, to stories of abduction and hybrid children.
One half-white, half Navajo mechanic who fixed Clarke’s car told her of a camping trip where "the stars went out" because they were blocked by a massive UFO and then saw smaller craft the next day that appeared to be collecting samples from an abandoned copper mine.
In a similar way to stories of fairies, some Native Americans have even told her that they have been carried off and forcibly married to alien beings, then told that they will die if they try to return to this world. As for the source of these encounters, Clarke believes that there is "a super intelligence in the universe" who are far more advanced than us and added that she thinks everyone she interviewed told her the truth as they believed it. ""
*(For thousands of years, there have been places around the world considered dangerous to humans. Might these locations hold the key to an otherworldly connection? At Australia's Black Mountains, local myths speak of ancient serpent gods and hikers disappearing. Every year hundreds are drawn to a dark forest at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan–to commit suicide. What causes these places to be evil? Could there be evidence that past extraterrestrial activity lead to the negative energy in Earth's evil places?)