rumors and speculations
2012 according to NASA/JPL expert
. Don Yeomans, the manager of NASA's Near Earth Object office shares the scientific realities of the celestial happenings in the year 2012.
Egyptian artifacts found in Grand Canyon?
. On April 5, 1909, the Arizona Gazette published an article detailing the discovery of a great underground citadel located in the Grand Canyon. The discovery was purportedly made by G. E Kinkaid (or Kincaid as both spellings are used), while he was traveling down the Colorado River. Was it real, or was it Memorex? I was not able to locate anything about this on Snopes
the rumor quashing site so ...could it be true? I looked elsewhere.
According to Ellie Crystal at Crystal Links
[who may be a whole lot
more freely interpretive than I on matters such as these...] "It is interesting to speculate about ancient Egyptians or Tibetans flying to the Grand Canyon in Vimanas - but that does not seem likely. If this were true - additional archeological evidence would support those facts - photographed and uncovered by 21st century - as humanity searched for its ancient ancestors.
In any case - without physical proof - there is no evidence to support the hypothesis that ancient Egyptian and Tibets visited the area long ago. Yet for some people - their souls tell them that there is a truth here somewhere
Multiple Santas observed in distant Nebula
. According to Universe Today
"...SkyAlert also has some interesting images of where Santa has been — there's evidence of Santa on the Moon; he may have been flying through the Coalsack Nebula and that even in the early Universe there may have been multiple Santas
I'm not certain, but I wonder if this discovery speaks about the importance of polytheism, or just that the core message of all religions is the same. SkyAlert
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