The added benefit of following the earthquakes in the United States is the geography lessons I am learning…
While researching them, Trinidad, Colorado was hit.
Trinidad. Spanish for the Trinity: Father, Son, Holy Spirit. Hmmmm…
Then I saw the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Spanish for Blood of Christ. Hmmm…
Then I saw Naciemiento Mountains. Spanish for Birth.
Along with all of this, there are the Ten Commandments written in mostly ancient Hebrew in New Mexico, talked about in the video below:
I reeeeaaaallly wish he would have published this documentary pronto…I suspect that he is being distracted by those feeding the Darkness…because we need this information NOW. It’s also quite possible that they are trying to keep it from coming out, if what I suspect is going on…but it’s only a suspicion.
Why would the Ten Commandments be written on this stone in this particular place? Why in Hebrew? Who wrote it?
All of the references above to Jesus, Birth, and the Holy Trinity just has my mind swirling…
…in addition to that, there has been a report of artifacts from Egypt in southern Illinois, that I found when researching the Kensington Rune Stone that told of the Vikings in America looong before Columbus.
I just wanted to throw in this quote, which speaks volumes against the so-called professionals when confronted with evidence blowing apart their cemented beliefs:
The way the Kensington Runestone, and Olof Ohman, became objects of scorn
says more about the psychological opposition to fresh ideas than about the
proper conduct of science. The way some of the experts comported themselves, in the face of the unknown, does a disserviceto the ideals of the scientific method. Personal attacks took the place ofdata collection. Sloppy scholarship and unreferenceable claims became the order of the day. Invoking “the experts” took the place of doing actual research.
This video shows what was found in Illinois.
So I’m just wondering what all of this means….?
**edited because I wanted to add this video of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The camera is a little choppy, but still, the magnificence of it all shows through…and I love Bittersweet Symphony: