The University of Houston and National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping team produced this 3D digital topological map which when examined shows a man-made plaza ringed in red
They tried to
discredit the calendars that clearly show the Mayan Doomsday Apocalypse is set for December. They laughed at the evidence of Ancient Astronauts who worked with indigenous people to build the pyramids of Aztlan. But now their own lasers — lasers controlled by a university named after the man who ripped Tejas away from La Raza — now their lasers have found Ciudad Blanca, the legendary lost “White City” of gold in Honduras. Who is laughing now?
The University of Houston reports:
A field team from the University of Houston and the National Science Foundation (NSF) National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) has mapped a remote region of Honduras that may contain the legendary lost city of Ciudad Blanca.
Photog Diego Rivera visited an Aztlanian gold mine before the locals hid it from the 'Conquistadors'
( It’s a mystery from history that’s too shiny to die: PNS reporting from THE HATE STATE OF ARIZONA)
Where exactly is Eldorado, the famed
City of Gold built by ancient Aztlanians and hidden from the brutal “conquistadors?”
A swarm of recession-smacked out-of-towners asked the question again last week in Yuma County, AZ. The answer included injuries, Hollywood and politics as usual.
8. The Aztlan Eldorado is a front-wheel-drive Caddy that is impossible to lower.
7. The real Mexican gold comes from Acapulco.
6. Ironically, because of the “Sherm” they forgot where they buried the real gold.
5. The Aztec 1%-ers used all of the gold to make grills for their rebellious teenagers. [Mas…]
If it’s on the History Channel it must be like, uhm, historical and stuff, right? We embed, you decide.
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