Sky Caves and the Ginger Mummies

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Nepal, Mustang

Upper Mustang

  • Magao Caves


The Western world has only had access here for about 30 years. The first expedition was the British 1903 trip led by A guy named Younghusband. The campaign he led is supposed to be one of the darkest marks in the Colonial Empire. His pictures are the first scenes the outside world had ever seen.

The ancient history of all nations has been scripted, but at least it is accessible. That makes it easier for us anyway, get rid of all the chatter. The first White outsides were Capuchin Missionaries. I have already covered the origins of the Missionaries, the Propagande Fide, in my Ancient Rome is Fake paper. This group provides an explanation for how we know anything at all if they was total media black out. The Missionaries built all the earliest buildings and were purely benevolent. Specifically the Capuchin’s, they were the ones that were responsible for all the fake catacombs trend in the latter half of the 1800’s. One of the first Jesuits into the region was named Manuel Marques, maybe you’d recognize it the way it is intended, Marx

I think these Missionaries were the original slavers. I see them really active in areas that were known for the slave trade; Brazil, Central Africa, they were the network that provided labor needed to dig out after the Reset Event and prepare for the Repopulation, at this point they just traded their whips for bibles, which both are just tools for keeping the people enslaved, and rolled all the blame over to the new immigrants. Im working on it.

The first rabbi was Benjamin Tudela, who wandered from Navarre in 1160 and attempted to breach the interior but no clue as to how far he penetrated. Thats bc this story not about him, the year is a number drop. A ‘1’ represents whatever number it stand besides, like any number multiplied by ‘one’ is itself, this is a 666 shout out. How appropriate. Likewise the Jesuits that stayed in Oct (10) and Nov (11) in 1661, it all equals out to 666’s.

The British East India Trading Company is used like the Missionaries, they’re admitted to being slavers too, thats bc they are the same being. Well, I mean theyre both fake history but they represent the same thing, the earliest communication network spread out over an international area. I have researched the EITC origins before I figured out they were historical fiction, to make a short story of it, they are Jews, well Cryptojews tbe but same thing, so when the open faced wandering Jew from 666 but nobody knows what happened but in the next paragraph they say the East Indies were in the house they are inserting themselves sneakily, bc like their slogan reads, Warfare by Deception.

The EITC brings us to the start of the 1800’s. This is the time I have narrowed down to be the start of the New World, the repopulation. We are only on the year 200-225 but the calendar was in a different spot bc of the fake narrative, we needed the appearance of history plus it was a good way to insert the numbers, Aces and Eights. My reality starts is at 1800-1801. Pay attn when you are hearing Normie timelines. There is always mention of some paradigm changing event happening around this time. People go over it all day long but they just dont recognize it. It the case of Tibet it is when the Russians entered the scene. All of fake history there never was no mention of them but once we hit our starting line they move on in and dominate the region for most the 1800’s

Tibet is behind the rest of the developed world. Their repopulation doesn’t really get going till the 1900’s, almost a full century off. We see people still claiming to have used maps around 1900 that were drawn up in the early 1800’s. The first photographers from Russia entered as Mongolians and claimed they used maps surveyed all the way in the 1840s, the source of the maps and thus, the maps themselves never existed. Once you take one out they all come down together.

Starting with the Chinese takeover of Tibet, the CIA run operations in the mountains training and funding resistance freedom-fighters. The fighters were brought back to America and trained in Colorado, at Ft Hale in the mountains. Thats not that far away from the cliff dwellings of the 4 Corners. They ran stories in the local rags that nuke testing was going on in the surrounding area to keep people out.

The operations were code named Barnum, Bailey, and Circus, ceased in ’72 when Nixon met with Red leader. Tactics changed from active resistance to funding infrastructure projects.

Sky Cave Mummies

In the early 1980s, a crew of workers who were drilling for a micro-hydroelectricity project discovered some ancient burial caves in Chokhopani.  A few years later they were fully excavated and studied with the help of some German experts.  A comprehensive program was launched that not only studied archaeology buy also other aspects of ancient culture such as trade, art and linguistics.

The original depositional context at Chokhopani was destroyed by the installation of a micro-hydro pipeline. Data recovery was limited to the collection of artifacts and human remains that were discovered in the cave complex or were found downslope from it46.

  • The Suila site was discovered in 2018 after the cave was damaged by road construction. Local villagers collected the exposed materials and took them to a monastic complex in Ghiling. These materials were shown to our survey crew shortly after the destruction of the site; they were photographed and samples were taken under the supervision of the representative of the DoA. No excavation was possible.
  • The archaeological materials from the Lubrak site were discovered in 2018 following the erosion of a riverbank in the eponymous village. Villagers rescued the material which was taken to a monastery. Our survey team mapped and photographed the tombs from which the materials were recovered and documented the contents of the tombs. Samples of human remains were taken under the supervision of the representative of the DoA. The tombs remain in situ but no further data recovery has been undertaken.
  • The Rhirhi site was discovered during archaeological survey in 2016. The site had been looted in the past and some cultural material was found upon entry into the cave. The profile of the looter’s pit was cleaned, drawn, and additional samples of cultural material were discovered in the profile during that process.
  • Mebrak was thoroughly excavated and documented by a Nepali-German team47. Preservation of organic materials, including human remains, was excellent. Much of the interior of the site was covered in a 40-cm deep layer of bird guano which was carefully removed. Many of the remains in the tomb were commingled by repeated visits to add the recently deceased to the tomb. A total of eight palimpsest levels were mapped and then carefully excavated by hand; the matrix was not screened. The context was extensively documented with line drawings and photographs.
  • The Kyang site, looted in the past, was first documented photographically. A 1 m grid was placed over the deposit and surface materials, including human bone, wooden, and other organic materials, were bagged by grid unit. Excavation proceeded using arbitrary levels of 10 cm; two levels were recorded and the deposit was excavated to bedrock. The soil matrix was screened using a fine mesh. The large majority of artifacts and other remains were recovered from the surface; few were found in either of the arbitrary levels48.
  • The Samdzong site48,49 consists of 10 caves, most likely shaft tombs, excavated into the sheer face of a cliff. Seismic activity had collapsed the tombs and the original context of deposition was churned and mixed with soil and rock from above. Cave interiors were generally quite shallow; each was documented photographically and materials visible on the surface were collected and bagged. Due to the mixed nature of the deposit, excavation was not done in stratigraphic levels. All excavation was done by hand, and larger artifacts encountered were bagged as discovered. The matrix of the caves was screened with fine mesh; this enhanced the discovery of smaller artifacts such as scraps of metal, fragments of animal and human bone, wood, and numerous glass beads.

In the mid-late 80’s a mini-hydro plant was drilling a shaft and exposed the first burial chamber. Scientists from the  Institute of Prehistory of the University of Cologne, Germany, in cooperation with the Department of Archaeology in Kathmandu, Nepal. conducted a search and discovered the first mummy. The burial complex containing the first Himalayan mummies is situated in a chamber in the seventh story of a cave system at the site of Mebrak in Muktinath Valley

Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized area until 1992, which makes it one of the most preserved regions in the world due to its relative isolation from the outside world, very little was known of the Himalayan archaeological context before 1991, when the Nepal-German Project on High Mountain Archeology undertook regular excavations in the Himalayan area of ​​Nepal.

The human and animal remains and artifacts recovered by the Nepali-German teams languished for nearly two decades until again coming under scientific scrutiny. In this regard, the perseverance shown by Mark Aldenderfer in gaining access to this collection of critical materials is particularly noteworthy. It shows either Mark planted the evidence later, or it was set aside until the appropriate time

This article presents a summary of Tibetan mortuary practices derived from accounts of the many hundreds of tombs excavated by the Chinese since the 1980. This was a Chinese joint. The Chinese were in on it and the CIA cover was the resistance training

Mustang, a former kingdom in north-central Nepal, is home to one of the world’s great archaeological mysteries. In 2009 a series of 10 openings were revealed after an earthquake triggered a partial wall collapse.

No one knows who dug them. Or why. Or even how people climbed into them. (Ropes? Scaffolding? Carved steps? Nearly all evidence has been erased.)

in the mid-1990s, archaeologists from the University of Cologne and Nepal began peeking into some of the more accessible caves. They found several dozen bodies, all at least 2,000 years old, aligned on wooden beds and decorated with copper jewelry and glass beads, products not locally manufactured.

In one cave they discovered a 26-foot-long mural with 42 exquisitely rendered portraits of great yogis in Buddhist history. In another was a trove of 8,000 calligraphed manuscripts—a collection, most of it 600 years old, that included everything from philosophical musings to a treatise on mediating disputes. Any time they find exactly what they are looking for that supports their history they are lying.

“Sometimes,” Aldenderfer admits, “you just need to get lucky.”

The most promising site was a cave complex near a tiny village called Samdzong, just south of the Chinese border. Athans and Aldenderfer had visited Samdzong in 2010 and found a system of funerary caves. On the first workday at the site in the spring of 2011, during a scouting hike at the base of the caves, the team’s photographer, Cory Richards, noticed the skull.

To access Samdzong’s caves, the team’s chief climbers, hiked around the back side of the cliff and reached a flat area above the caves. Here, with special permission from authorities, they hammered several long pieces of rebar into the rock and tied on a rope.

it was only five feet high and roughly six feet wide and six feet deep. This cave, it was clear, was once a hidden shaft tomb, or mortuary cave, dug in the shape of a wine decanter. When it was excavated, only the very top of the shaft was visible. Bodies were lowered down the sewer-pipe-size shaft, and the hole was backfilled with rock. When the cliff face collapsed, the entire cave was exposed, creating a cross-sectional view.

 Fifteen centuries or so after it was sealed, as carbon dating later proved, the cave was once again clear of debris.

Aldenderfer divides cave use in Mustang into three general periods. First, as long as 3,000 years ago, the caves were burial chambers. Then, around 1,000 years ago, they became primarily living quarters. Within a few centuries, the Kali Gandaki Valley—the neck in the hourglass connecting Asia’s highlands and lowlands—may have been frequently battled over. “People were scared,” Aldenderfer says. Families, placing safety over convenience, moved into the caves.

The first thing Athans found in the closet-size chamber—later designated Tomb 5—was wood, superb dark hardwood, cut into various planks and slats and pegs. Aldenderfer and Singh Lama eventually fitted the pieces together, creating a box about three feet tall: a coffin. It was ingeniously constructed so that the sections fit through the tomb’s narrow entrance and then could easily be assembled in the main chamber.

On the 2010 trip to Samdzong, in the two biggest caves on the cliff wall, the team had located human remains from 27 individuals, including men, women, and one child. There were bedlike or rudimentary coffins in those caves as well, but they were made of much inferior wood and far simpler construction, with no paintings.

Tomb 5, Aldenderfer theorized, was the burial plot of a high-ranking person, perhaps a local leader. The tomb, it turned out, held two bodies—an adult male and a child, maybe ten years old. The youth was a source of much speculation. “I don’t want to characterize the child as any kind of sacrifice or slave because I really don’t have a clue,” says Aldenderfer. “But a child in there does suggest a complex ritual.”

When Eng, the team’s bone sleuth, took a close look at the remains, she made a startling discovery: The bones of 76 percent of all the individuals she examined bore the unmistakable scars of knife slices. These marks, says Eng, were clearly made after death. “This wasn’t hacking and whacking,” she says. The bones were relatively whole and lacked signs of deliberate breakage and burning. “All the evidence,” Eng notes, “indicates there was no cannibalism here.”

The bones date from the third to the eighth centuries—before Buddhism came to Mustang—but the defleshing may be related to the Buddhist practice of sky burial. To this day, when a citizen of Mustang dies, the body may be sliced into small pieces, bones included. These are all swiftly snatched up by vultures.

In the age of the Samdzong cave burials, Aldenderfer posits, the body was stripped of flesh but the bones were still articulated—“like a Halloween skeleton,” he says. The skeleton was lowered into the tomb and folded to fit in the wooden box. “Then whoever was down there with him,” says Aldenderfer, “climbed back out.”

Before doing so, the ancient burial crew had made sure the corpse was regally adorned for the great beyond. As Athans hunched inside Tomb 5, sifting through dust for hour upon hour, he discovered these adornments. “It was so mesmerizing,” he says, “that I forgot to eat or drink.”

A trove of beads, the garment they’d been sewn on long disintegrated, was scooped up by Athans and placed in plastic sample bags. Singh Lama painstakingly sorted them. There were more than a thousand beads, made of glass, some as minuscule as poppy seeds, in a half dozen hues. As lab studies later showed, the beads were of various origins: some from what is now Pakistan, some from India, some from Iran.

Three iron daggers, with gracefully curved hilts and heavy blades, also emerged. Then a bamboo teacup with delicate circular handle. A copper bangle. A small bronze mirror. A copper cooking pot and a ladle and a three-legged iron pot stand. Bits of fabric. A pair of yak or cow horns. An enormous copper cauldron, roomy enough to boil a beach ball. “I’m betting that’s a chang pot,” said Aldenderfer, referring to the regional beer made of fermented barley.

Finally Athans sent down a funerary mask. It was made of gold and silver pounded together, with high relief facial features. The eyes were rimmed in red, the mouth was slightly turned down, the nose was linear; there was a hint of a beard. Pinholes outlined the edge. Likely the mask was sewn to fabric and draped over the face. The beads had been part of the mask.

Aldenderfer, normally restrained and scholarly, could not contain himself as he cradled the mask in his palms. “It’s stunning,” he marveled. “The workmanship that’s involved, the obvious wealth it represents, the colors, the delicateness—it’s the best thing ever found in Mustang. Period.”

Nearly all the items in the cave had been imported from elsewhere. Even the coffin’s wood had come from a tropical environment. How could a person from this place—today so bereft of resources that merely accumulating firewood requires hours of effort—gather such riches? Salt, most likely. Controlling a piece of the salt trade may have been the current equivalent of owning an oil pipeline.

The entire haul, from what seemed a nondescript cave, left Aldenderfer giddily struggling to place the find in historical context.

“This is unique,” he said. “Spectacular. This is rewriting the region’s prehistory in a serious way.”

Everything the team found was left behind, in the care of Samdzong’s village leaders. Athans, as he’s done elsewhere in Mustang, also donated personal funds to endow a modest museum. Only tiny sample chips and bits of bone were removed by the scientists. These will be studied in various labs—teeth go to the University of Oklahoma; metals to University College London. Paints will be separated into chemical constituents, to see which plants were used to make them. A splinter of wood, a thread of textile, a powder of tooth enamel; all will be rigorously analyzed. The process could take a decade. [This ensures the phoney site stays in the headlines]

They tied the Silk Road to the area with silk scraps, since silk requires a special manufacturing set up not found anywhere in the area it is assumed the silk came from somewhere else

International community

The three distinct cultural phases of the Annapurna Conservation Area: Chokhopani (3150–2400 years ago), Mebrak (2400–1850 years ago), and Samdzong (1750–1250 years ago). The ACA was established in 1985 and managed by the National Trust for Nature Conservation. The Nature Conservation was established in 1982 as an autonomous non profit organization by legislative law of Nepal. The founder member-secretary was Dr. Hemanta Raj Mishra. Dr. Mishra played a key role on bringing international donors to support the trust.

So theres your plug. Look at some of his credentials: Dr. Hemanta Mishra was a prominent team member who created a network of national parks and protected areas in Nepal. He is a recipient of the prestigious J. Paul Getty Conservation Prize for his pioneering works balancing nature and wildlife conservation with human needs in the Himalayas. Dr. Mishra has worked for the Government of Nepal, at the National Trust for Nature Conservation, at the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the Smithsonian Institution. He has been an Advisor (Consultant) for the Humane Society International, American Himalayan Foundation, World Wildlife Fund, and The Bridge Fund and as an adjunct professor at George Mason University (Virginia), teaching Environmental Policy in Developing Countries.

The Tibetan liberation movement or the Khampa movement based itself in Upper Mustang and from there went on missions against the Chinese. They were backed for a time by the CIA and had some success in reclaiming portions of their country.  There was, at the height of the movement over 6,000 Khampas.  All of Mustang was declared a restricted district and no foreigners, with the exception of a few researchers were allowed to enter.  The movement came to an end in the mid-1970s and the Nepali government then opened up the lower half of the district of Mustang for tourism.  Today, tourism brings a lot of money into the area and in Lower Mustang, many people earn their living through guest houses or shops.  In Upper Mustang fewer people see the benefits of tourism due to its restricted nature.

In 2007, explorers from the United States, Italy and Nepal discovered ancient Buddhist decorative art and paintings, manuscripts and pottery in the Mustang caves near Lo Manthang, dating back to the 13th century. In 2008, a number of 600-year-old human skeletons were discovered by a second expedition. They also recovered reams of invaluable manuscripts containing writings from both the Bon religion and Buddhism, some of which were illuminated.[40] Research groups have continue to investigate these caves, as it is not clear who built the caves and why were they built. According to theory, they may date back to 8–10,000 BCE when Mustang was much greener.

In 2007, a shepherd discovered a collection of 55 cave paintings near the village depicting the life of the Buddha.[41] A series of at least twelve caves were discovered north of Annapurna and near the village of Lo Manthang, decorated with ancient Buddhist paintings and set in sheer cliffs at 14,000 feet (4,300 m) elevation. 

Construction Techniques

The first question that arises is “how?”, how did the caves get dug in the first places. In mainstream Normie texts the answer would be that the caves were dug out through the top and access was done with a ladder. Maybe this is true in some cases but the thing is, everything these people say is a lie, this is the default setting, so now we have to look for more practical alternatives. Sure there is the dangling from a harness and rope option but I said practical. These not only have to be dug out but filled up with all the phony relics. Some of the finds include furniture that doesn’t fit through the top opening, the standard explanation is they were brought down the hole in pieces and assembled in-situ. Jeez, what kind of genius mastermind came up with that one?

In 2015 an earthquake took out the foot path connecting the more remote villages to the outside world, 8,000 people tbe. The international community stepped in an decided in the name of philanthropy to install a piece of engineering technology called a cantilever bridge. Earthquakes are a major part of the region’s history, it’s almost as if there is a mini-reset button…

The construction of the cantilever pathways was supported by the British aid agency, the Dept for International Development, the DID, through the Samarth program, and the Swiss company AF-Iteco used the bridge-fabrication experience of Balaju Yantra Shala, an engineering firm in Kathmandu. The bridges were designed and built by a British based company called UKaid, which receives funding from taxes. UKaid is a special interest faction of umbrella org, DID. The more acronyms these people can come up with the better, its serves to camouflage the system as a single entity.

The DID’s stated goal was “to promote sustainable development and eliminate world poverty”, how noble. Anything with the word sustainable included is all about the United Nations Agenda 21/2030 program. They’re also responsible for administering foreign aid during times of crisis, which is pretty convenient for an Ordo ab Chao/Hegelian Dialectic system; create a crisis to achieve the predetermined outcome. The D.I.D. is the New World Order mouthpiece for the U.K. I dont care what they call themselves or how often they change their names. Look here, they are the ones that literally wrote the guide on how to reach a One-World everything, a 47 page roadmap that outlines goals of the Beast and the steps to get there. Dept International Development, NWO handbook. They spell it out in black and white. (The title page includes both the UKaid and the DID sigils

Samarth is a DID-funded rural development program supported and overseen by Nepal’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry, that aims to reduce poverty in Nepal by increasing small-scale entrepreneurs in different sectors such as tourism. Not only that, Samarth promotes its interventions supporting the entrepreneurs on the marketing of their products.

Balaju Yantra Shala Ltd. is one of the leading engineering companies of Nepal. It was established as a Joint Venture Project of Nepal Industrial Development Corporation and Swiss Association For Technical Assistance in 1960. BYS is now a private, professional enterprise providing technical services for both national and international clients.

Local Roads Bridge Program is a joint program of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and Government of Nepal for the implementation of motorable roads bridge throughout the country. On the behalf of SDC, AF-Iteco, constitutes the Local Roads Motorable Bridge Program Support Unit responsible to provide technical assistance to the District Development Committees and center through Local Bridge Section, Department of Local Infrastructure Development for Agricultural Roads on bridge activities.

BYS Engineering is also in the business of hydro power stations, just like the one that was being built during the discovery of the first sky caves during the 80’s. Thats also when we see the introduction of ITECO, founded in 1982 as a Company for International Technical Cooperation and Development in the field of infrastructure, mainly small hydro power and roads & bridges. ITECO is one of the 5 leading engineering companies in Switzerland, which are able to design and realize small hydro power plants. The stated purpose of the company is to operate a global engineering company focused on infrastructure.

“Workers had to be trained in mountaineering to hang from ropes on the cliff to drill into the rock, and 400 local people were also employed for the project.”

Swiss engineering firm ITECO

The above scenario includes representative companies, what I mean is they change names more often then they change their underwear. What they are called today is not the same as what they were called back in 2015 when the collaboration went public and that was not what the name was going back to the initial discovery in the 80’s. That doesn’t mean jackshit though, each one is a fractal pattern of the whole. These are specialty groups assigned with one task and they rename themselves so often to hide their tracks.

A critical response might include something about the integrity of the cliff itself, indeed, every article mentions how loose and crumbly the rock is. That is a clue by itself. Every article parrots how soft the cliff is bc they are manipulating you to dismiss the most obvious answer subconsciously; before you can think to yourself “I wonder if they attached some kind of scaffolding to the cliff” they have already shot it down so it never enters your mind. This is called suggestion, it is very common and very subtle, once you are able to recognize it it sticks out like a sore thumb. If one or two sources repeat the same line its whatever, none of them are very original anyway, but if every article mentions the same thing in detail it is bc they are trying to manipulate you. Sure the rock might not be as hard as granite but the softness means its only that much easier to excavate. Plus, dont forget, these are the world-class premiere engineering firms, if you think they are incapable of erecting a simple work platform on a soft cliff face the fluoride is doing it’s job. Just look at the image above, that bridge was attached just fine and maybe its not the exact same mountain but its only a few valleys over like I said earlier, its representative.

If you don’t like BSY as a candidate here are a few fractal companies in Nepal to help you get started on a replacement:

Source [1], [2]

Kali Gandaki River

The most sacred river in Hinduism starts out in Nepal. Plans are on the table to dam parts of the river to produce a water reservoir and hydroelectric plant to supply the region with power. While its true some rivers are dammed for these reasons I feel like this one has no intention to follow through and is meant to draw international attn to the region for the tourism industry (much like the Amazon Rainforest fires).

This valley is also home to the 10,000 Caves tourist trap and is the staging ground for much of the regional history.

Adventure tourism already is the areas main source of income as the Kali has white water rafting outfits and is also home to the deepest gorges on Earth. Whether this is accurate or not is unconfirmed but it says so on the brochure. Religious based tourism is the next focus of the Tourism board; this is the only sacred river in Hindu that contains the magick lucky rocks of Vishnu, the Shaligram stones. These black rocks are really the fossil remains of the Ammonite shellfish, a common sort of fossil you can get from just about any gem and mineral shop is given artificial scarcity status on top of religious icon status and sells for thousands of dollars for a nice specimen. The most valuable ones have genuine gold flakes embedded which prove the existence of the Gods and provide the owner a value equivalent of up to 10 million cows worth of temple donations, (for real they say that). Not really though, the flakes are pyrite and means the fossil is in a rapid state of decay. Heres a good article explaining the pyritization process, I recommend reading it before splurging $10k on entry level collector rocks.

The fossils are said to be a form of the Vishnu deity from when his wife got mad and turned him into the first one. The rocks are featured in home alters and temples and worshiped as manifestations of the deity. Christians might call this false-idol worship except they do the same thing with their church iconography.

Right now the dam project is tied up in court where I predict there it will be determined the cultural value outweighs whatever the dam will bring. This is a mock court case, the first step needed to proclaim the area as a World Heritage site. Advertising has already started; when the Prime Minister of India visited the river as part of a promo piece tourism jumped up 300% afterward. A dam might provide power to the region but who is gonna need power if all the attractions are destroyed so nobody will visit?

The first promo piece of the gorge was given by Sven Hedin during his expedition in 1904. He concluded that a canal though the area would open up irrigation to the locals but also provide a route for invading armies.

Lop Nor and Lou-lan and the Ginger Mummies

Lop Nor was recorded in historic Chinese texts as a “salty” lake of mentionable size which was now a blank spot on the map. No record of where the historic texts came from or even which ones. (*multiple source fragments, my fav)

The doc also lists a series of oasis towns along the route of the Silk Road, providing a two-fer mystery; the lost lake and the forgotten town, Lou-Lan. The disputed area is now a desert so climate change is the reason given for the abandonment of the thriving trade center. Hedin figured if he could find the “salty” lake the village would be easy and he could solve both at the same time. In 1900 he set off to do just that.

The official narrative provided by Hedin explains that it was sheer luck that had the discovery made. One of the laborers forgot his shovel at the previous camp. This was the only shovel so they made him go back and retrieve it alone, which is when he found some rubble piles. When the rest of the team was told about it they all followed and this is how the discovery played out. Gtfoh. This is an exploration team doing mapping and archeological surveying. You mean to tell me they only had a single shovel? And that every one in the team forgot to check to make sure it was wasn’t left behind? I was born at night but it wasn’t last night.

The next year in 1901 the team returned to do a more thorough excavation and discovered the motherlode, a library of manuscripts and artifacts dating back to the year 330. Not only that but Sven expanded on the shifting river that supplied water to the desert lake, he proposed that this site that was once near the lake would eventually be returned to the lake as the one situated 400 miles away would make its return. Sure enough 3 decades later the Wandering Lake theory would be proven correct as he returned by canoe years later.This turned out to be a big moment for the future studies of the Silk Road, they were providing vague pretext for future scammers to set up fraudulent discoveries.

The historic texts provide no insight into the history of the trade center, all information in the whole world was gathered from the archeological record. Fortunately the manuscripts gave information about military conquests, leaders, neighboring city-states, religious overviews… Its just like every other staged excavation that uncovers a library which validates not only the existence of the parent site but confirms everything in the entire timeline record. I cant say it enough, any time they find exactly what they are looking for they are lying.

This site provided a source for future expeditions that would return to the area and subsequent earth-shattering discoveries would be made. The thing to keep in mind here is the international scene, people representing institutions from all over the world would participate, showing there is a cooperating group effort between countries that are at war with each other on the surface, proving they are really on the same side afterall.

This is especially important to our journey because of the relics said to be discovered. Not only the manuscripts but also textiles made of silk are important bc silk is what ties them all together, its called the ‘Silk Road’, duh. The mummies are the granddaddy hoss-cat. Yes, ladies and worms, this is the first of the red-haired Caucasian mummies of the Chinese desert ever found.

Satellite images show that the site became smaller and smaller until it finally disappeared in 1972. (I think ’72 is a little early for sat-tech which doesn’t even exist anyway but hey, it’s their story they can tell it anyway they want). This would be expected if the mock up was put together in the early 1900’s. It would last a few decades before it eventually turned back into dust. The site was all but forgotten until 2000, it was ‘rediscovered’ by a Chinese institute. Grave sites were found one after another in multiple locations all around the area, all Caucasoid. So far the date has been pushed back to 3800 years ago. I love those ‘rediscoveries’, it shows how these people can just make anything up as they go along and nothing is ever really lost.

The grave-finds are credited to archaeologist Forke Bergman in 1934, while he was apart from the main party of Hedin’s expedition. (Its always when nobody is looking) Bergman is another prestigious Swede, one of the Worlds leading authority on Medieval sites in Sweden and in 1931 also discovered some bamboo strips with lettering that was passed around the World so that everyone could be on the same page.

In case you havent figured it out yet, the way it works is like this: There were 4 expeditions from 1900-1934 but it was really only one long one with a series of breaks. Starting off with finding the site, each discovery one-upped the previous one and ended with the Caucasian mummies at the end. Remember the Nazis are funding this expedition so there is bound to be a solid connection somewhere. They are going to find the results for the people that pay them.

Maybe this was setting up future discoveries that never played out. remember how active the Reich was in their quest for finding the Aryan roots in the Himalaya’s? This is building evidence for a science backed claim that the Aryan Ancestors came right from where they said they would, finding exactly what they said would be there.

These excavations are put on in part by the leading authorities in multi-disciplinary academics, meaning all the top universities are involved to make it as authentic as possible. The alphabet and textiles and every imaginable detail is considered and the appropriate artifact is placed on the set. Thus, appearing to anyone not in the know this is a completely genuine dig, what they don’t know is it is a series of lies all holding each other up.

Its also important not to overlook the role of Nat Geo. They have been a major promoter of the Chinese theater since expedition no. 1 and continue to be a main contributor up to the present day. All the Geo groups including the Russians and Europeans are one body that was split into regional compartments.

It is also worth filing that the area is now restricted again and claimed to be a nuke testing site. This comes up more frequently than you may first think. It follows the same M.O. of lies propping up lies bc nukes are science fiction. Its playing out like a bad movie script. Nuke tests in the 60’s back when nobody had heard of this yet. Nukes are fake and today there is a trend being pushed called Red Tourism where people pay to go visit important nuke sites and reenact media sensationalized stories. I cover Brno, Czech Republic, they have an underground secret Russian nuke lab converted into a hotel for people so inclined to see such things. The thing is though it was so secret the whole time nobody even knew it was there until it was available for tourism in the 90’s. That bc they just built it. The whole thing is a novelty, part of the illusion spell. Secret underground Russian nuke lab. good one.

Brno connects to this article a second time as well, its great the way it works like that, happens all the time. There is a Moravian Anthropological Museum in the city that is home to a replica cave that was designed as a mock-up of the famous caves in France with the cave art painted on it. I didnt know thats where the replica was when I wrote the paper but I knew one existed. I couldve guessed thats where it would be, its that kind of place. Brno is like the road-side tourist trap but for the whole Earth.

 “I thought that the mummies were part of an elaborate hoax perpetrated to drum up tourism…my doubts gradually dissipated.”

Academic World Authority, Prof Mair, of Penn U
  • No.1-4 are petroglyphs found in the area. Looking awfully fresh too, Anything with some age wouldn’t stand out so much. I see an Iron Cross and sloppy swastika etched in the cliff, we’ll return to this.
  • No. 5-8 the mummies of the first expedition dont look nearly as attractive as the later rounds
  • No. 9 is a mask found at one of the sites. It is intentionally made Caucasoid features like chicken lips, brow ridge, round eyes… the nose? Well Jews have been hiding behind the Caucasian label for a long time now so I chalk it up to that. The whole exercise is about racism right, might as well throw that in there too.
  • No.10 the books say this is Grecian by design. Maybe. Ancient Greece is fake too so how TF am i supposed to know. Looks like more Viking knot-work to me, there is a thick Viking thread running thru this that the Normie gatekeepers dont want to say out loud but hey, Its All Fake.
  • No. 11 Just enough scrap of language to say it belonged to some obscure people thousands of years ago
  • No. 12 is one of many coins found all over the place in the region. Nothing like the fancy, detailed craftsmanship recalled by Marco Polio. Of course not, did you think it would? All I can see is what looks like an hourglass to me. i only chose one coin there was many with the same feature. All I know of hourglass symbolism is Father Time, Saturn. Lucifer. Surprisingly I haven’t seen as much Sun Cult symbolism as I thought
  • No. 13 Theres a word for this type of pattern, plaiting I think. It is identifiable by time period and location
  • No. 14 Iron Cross belt buckle. Well they dont admit it outright but like I said, theres a thick Nordic vein running through
  • No. 15 is self explanatory, why else would they put a Roman gladiator picture in with this group? Ancient Rome is fake

Ahh, so heres the thing about the hats. These people are finding hats all over the place and the official Marco Polio narrative is riddled with hat descriptions and it is an identifying feature to many of the characters, like one of the ginger kings is named Johnny 10-hats or something. Don’t quote me. Another lady is named the Witch of . Turn a hat upside down and what is it? The hat-making culture is the next step up from the basket weavers that were made up in the 4 Corners region of North America. Thats it. The fact that Polio goes out of his way to detail everybodies hats indicates the two are companion pieces.

The textile fragment cracks me up. Its a silk dragon, which is clearly supposed to represent China, but they can have it all in a single piece bc this is a 3800 year old mummy they found laying exposed in the middle of the desert. That would be too bold. So they rip it up into pieces but it still doesnt look old, now it just looks like strips of new fabric and the identifying parts of the dragon are cut so that they are the focal point of the item.

  • One of the hats is llabeled the Alpine hat of switzerland

Wheres My Mummy

Rechnically they’re not mummys, theyre dissicated corpses, which means they got preserved by the cold dry climate and saline content of the sand, still, you didnt think you were getting outta here without the One Eye symbol did you?

Sex Sells

Discovered in the 80’s by Chinese archaeologist named Wang and brought to the mainstream by Mary Mycio these are said to be the world’s oldest porn scenes. A giant bi-sexual/animal sacrifice/bestiality bas relief features masturbation and an ejaculation with a stream of babies coming out of the penis.

Mirrors a site found in Ukraine. Scientists dont say much about the connection but here it is more evidence of a small group of people setting up fake historic sites all over the world. The triangular bodies are easily identifiable, we’ll keep our eyes peeled. [1] [2]

Viktor Mair (Meyer), a professor of Chinese language and literature at the University of Pennsylvania and one of the foremost experts on the mummies, writes that SRC5 was “a forest of phalluses and vulvas … blanketed in sexual symbolism.” The torpedoes were phallic symbols marking all the female graves, while the “oars” marking the male burials represented vulvas. Many female burials contained carved phalluses at their sides, and the mound also contained large wooden sculptures with hyperbolized genitalia. “Such overt, pervasive attention to sexual reproduction is extremely rare in the world for a burial ground,”

It appears to this researcher the original intent was to create a link with the Viking culture. Consider the boat and oar head-markers, the red bearded mummies, the burial mound, plus the fact the main guy is a Swede working for the Nazi’s I would say if you want to find out the significance of the wooden fuck-doll look at the fake Viking burials and see if there is an equivalent.

  • See Also: The famous Li-Bo Manuscript uncovered by the Otani Expedition
  • Ruins of Xiao He Mu, Gu Mu Gou, and Tie Ban He gravesites.
  • Noteworthy but irelevent is that Nat Geo was founded by eugenicist Alex G. Bell, also given credit for the telephone.
  • September 1991 discovery of Ötzi, the 5,300-year-old, perfectly preserved Iceman
  • Cave art replica at the museum in Brno
  • [1] cave paintings [2]

Sex Sells is a universal theme, that goes for any location or time period. These artifacts are kept in the Grecian isle of Corfu art museum, the blurred out building featured in the Winged Lion and Serpent Slayer report. They are also filed under F. Beato in the Getty Museum.

Wood carving in the F. Beato collection at Getty Museum