The Legendary Tayos Caves of Ecuador

The Tayos caves of Ecuador are a legendary vast natural underground network of caves spanning many kilometres, very little of which has been officially explored. The Tayos caves (Cueva de los Tayos) reached worldwide attention in 1973 when Erich von Däniken released his bestselling and controversial book ‘The Gold of the Gods’, in which he claimed that piles of gold, unusual sculptures, and a library of metal tablets had been found in a series of artificial tunnels within the caves. Tayos was also mentioned as the location of Father Crespi’s collection of mysterious golden artifacts, given to him by the indigenous people of Ecuador. Ancient Origins recently carried out the first of a series of expeditions to the caves to explore just what lies within this enigmatic subterranean world. Here are some of the never-before-seen photographs of the caves.

Hidden Entrance
Taos Caves
Rock Formations in Tayos Caves
Walking thru a small alley in Tayos Caves

Rapelling down a Tayos Cave

Legendary Metal Library in Tayos Caves

The elusive Metal Library in the Tayos Caves

Library of Metal Books

Map of massive Caves of Tayos
Father Crespi plays a big part in this story because the local tribes’ people liked him and gave him artifacts as gifts. They gave him so many artifacts throughout his 60 years of being a missionary in Ecuador, that he displayed them and opened a local museum for all to see.

Neil Armstrong the astronaut and treasure hunting? That’s correct. Neil heard about Father’s Crespi‘s collection and he traveled down to see them. It wasn’t long until people came to the realization that points to one fact; these artifacts must have come from a nearby area, and the local tribes know of their whereabouts.

People started to research and even though the village people were closed-mouthed of the location of more artifacts and where they came from, people learned of a great mystery. The local tribespeople knew of an ancient site that they deemed spiritual and secret. People started to learn that these modern day village people knew of a great underground city that they have been protecting for hundreds, maybe thousands of years.

After further inquiring, people learned that the local people were not as friendly about this story and inquiries as they thought. These village people gave the gifts to Father Crepsi out of love and respect but these local tribes didn’t want outsiders to learn about the ancient site.

Neil Armstrong and his large group of professionals and military men did learn that there was a massive cave system not far away.

Could this be the site where Father Crepsi’s artifacts came from? After a large man-scaled hunt, Neil Armstrong’s group did in fact find a cave system. In this cave system, they did find man-made structures, carved tunnels, rooms, and more. It was an exciting find. Newspapers and magazines wrote about the discoveries and the world thought that the collection of artifacts from this lost civilization would be found. The hunt wasn’t unsuccessful but Neil and his group didn’t find the lost treasure that they were hoping to find.

Neil Armstron in the Tayos Caves

205 thoughts on “The Legendary Tayos Caves of Ecuador

  1. Morning All!
    great open!!!
    I am reading and preparing some opens about lost treasures in the United States–from the revolutionary war, civil war, and just lost treasures…so this story fascinates me!!
    thanks Filly!!

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    1. I’m kind of hooked on the Curse of Oak Island show, that has a marathon showing on some lame TV station, Defy TV, on Thursday evenings into Friday mornings. It’s mostly episodes from a few years ago, but there is a lot of interesting material…though not much that could be called “treasure” except the treasure of knowledge!

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        1. There is some youtube outfit that does a much better job of expounding on the different theories (I was looking up Phoenician stuff because that Jovan Hutton Pulitzer was the “expert” & that seemed pretty wild given his 2020 fraud actions). They don’t have the constant “reality show” fluff that I find so annoying 😉

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  2. Good morning y’all! Love the caves! I recently took my wife to “The Lost Sea,” which is about halfway between Knoxville and Chattanooga, TN. I have been to it 3 or 4 times now. My father used to take me to all the good tourist caves when I was young, Lost Caverns, Lurray Caverns, Rock City, etc. I also took my wife to Rock City as part of our honeymoon in Chattanooga and north GA. Good stuff!

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  3. well my laptop finally crapped out this morning!
    the touchscreen went bonkers–there’s 2 cracks in it from when i dropped it. so after i opened my tabs, it just jumped from tab to tab, enlarging the screen…scrolling on it’s own…
    like being in a bad movie…lol
    I am using the very old laptop we keep as a spare, so i am trying to put bookmarks on it–and some i cannot find…sigh…
    feels like a Monday

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    1. Good morning Pat! Good luck with your computer. I hate when you have to scramble to get a backup running or get one repaired. I’ve been in that position several times in the past. I will proba ly have to build another desk top eventually. Have had the one at home for 10 years now. Changed the mother board out once so far…

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      1. we’re having hubby’s IT guy from work replace the screen and the keyboard…I’ve worn both out…lol
        ten years is a long time!

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        1. My brother and one of my best friends from MD taught me how to build pc’s and do some programming a while ago. Now, it’s just a matter of upgrading components from time to time.

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            1. I try to save things and repurpose them. I even saved a piece of aluminum foil the other day, cleaned it and folded it. Wife threw it in the trash and laughed about it. She grew up poor in the Philippines, but I have Americanized her! Just kidding. She did think I was excessive with the foil and told me it wasn’t that bad yet! 😳

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        1. I had to replace the motherboard on an HP laptop I had once…so much to take apart to get to it! I have my dad’s laptop from 2013 now. He barely used it before getting sick and passing in 2014. It’s dated, but I mainly use it to listen to X22 report in the mornings or use to listen to youtube or the radio while working in the garage. The pc is nicer, was my gaming rig for years, but I just watch videos, blog, and read news on it nowadays.

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          1. No way I would even want to look inside my laptop! I used to switch out the CPU fan, the CPU, the Motherboard, the sound board, video board, etc., etc. Now!?! Not a chance – I’ll bet I can’t even SEE the danged parts, they’re so tiny now!!! I never did any gaming at all.

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      2. I was following along, not fully understanding, Cthulu’s tutorials to someone on the Q-Tree, about setting up a Raspberry Pi & learning the Linux system. That’s a major long-term goal. Ct was pretty generous w/ the knowledge & I found an interesting tutorial website to assist, when the time comes.

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          1. Ct heavily advocates for them for cost & security & “ease” of usage…we’ll see if that’s true for someone like me who’s never had a computer class & knows no computer languages!

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    2. That is such a bummer! I wonder if you have a button slightly depressed on the broken one? Sometimes when using “my” (it’s really hubby’s) computer the windows start jumping around & flickering & acting really strange. Usually when I click on just one tab/site or blank space at the top of a window to the right of the “new tab” “+” sign then it starts acting (mostly) normal again…

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      1. this is the laptop i dropped accidentally 2 years ago and crashed the hard drive. i didn’t know it but the corner of the screen chipped…and has been splintering ever since.

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      2. 9-11 ruined us as a free country. Like that old Ben Franklin quote, “Those who give up liberty for security deserve neither.” I don’t accept living in a police/ security state.

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        1. Those lucky enough to have families who cared were farmed out to people like my daughter and SIL – “Home Health Providers” – the “client” (i.e., the patient) lived with them in their home. They had 5 different clients over a few years, one a young teen girl who kept running away. None were ever dangerous, thankfully, just f’ed up emotionally/mentally.

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        2. The streets are peopled with the drug addicted, mentally ill, & (formerly) criminal elements of society. Not sure what percentage of economic victims end up on the streets but of those without any of the above traits I would guess very few.

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  6. after backlash, house cancels peleton membership for staff and congress…but not before they LIE and say they never signed the contract…
    The contract’s existence contradicts claims House Democrats have made on the topic in recent days. House Administration Committee Chair Zoe Lofgren told The Washington Times last week there was never any official partnership with Peloton.

    “A proposal was made to provide all House staff with a digital Peloton subscription,” said Ms. Lofgren, California Democrat. “Upon reviewing the proposal, I rejected it.”

    The contract signed by the CAO and Peloton stipulates the deal was in effect starting on April 13


    Republicans say the situation only serves to underscore the elitist sentiments of Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California and other members of the Democratic leadership.

    “This congress will go down in history as the out-of-touch Congress,” said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California Republican. “Instead of trying to help struggling families, Democrats are plundering their pocketbooks to pay for Pelosi’s Peloton membership.”

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      1. Unfortunately, CM, not so useless – look how far down the rabbit hole they’ve taken all of us??!!?? “A Republic, madame, if you can keep it!” Well, we’ve about lost the whole danged thing!

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      2. and they keep growing–adding more inane jobs for leftists who will then be transferred to executive service or whatever it’s called where they cannot be fired

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        1. That’s Really weird. Several of us were on the U-Tree late last night or early this morning mentioning the inability to connect. It still accepted a comment by me around 3:30am–U-Tree that is.

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        1. holley at marica’s said she was reading there but comments went into moderation…
          yeah, I can’t even connect either.
          i will keep trying throughout the day and let erbody know here if i get on

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          1. I just posted there. Some like Holly and Sadie and Kalbo were having problems with stuff posting, but I think Butterfly is correct, the site is a little laggy. At least we have back up sites. That’s why I followed everyone’s sites before. It’s how I found y’all here.

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              1. i just tried again, but the link Filly gave me goes to the q tree…maybe the original site…and it’s still giving me a not secure message. could be this old computer who knows. i know when i used the 2nd q tree address at the top of the page to actually get to the threads…

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  8. I’m a hard NO on this…if we can’t even pass voter id–because minorities can’t get them–how to we get them a digital id or qr code?

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      1. RIGHT?
        poor people in america can’t copy their driver’s license so they can get a voter id card, but they can somehow get a digital id?
        imagine less advanced countries in Africa for example–how do they get their ids?
        these people are INSANE

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  9. who withdraws 12 of the 13 amendments amid global backlash. the one remaining amendment reduces the time a country can object to an amendment from 18 to 6 months. they can, however, be resubmitted.
    Amid charges of ceding U.S. sovereignty to the World Health Organization, 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration for a vote in the World Health Assembly this week in Geneva have been removed from consideration.

    The amendments were publicized only last month, and it was the advocacy of independent researcher James Roguski that alerted the public to the implications for U.S. sovereignty, prompting a groundswell of popular opposition, largely in the past week.

    Roguski, who has been monitoring the WHA proceedings, which began Sunday, said the withdrawal appears to be the result of “the massive response from people all over the world in opposition to the amendments to the International Health Regulations, along with legal actions in the U.K. (and a whole lot of prayer).”

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    1. Hallelujah!!! I can’t help but feel I was a part of that “massive response” – I know for a fact I was one who pressured Fox into covering it! Dang, that feels good, I gotta say!!!! And I know I’m crowing but…..the fact that Tucker came out with it the very night that all the farmers around here got the newspaper with my LTE about this gives me a certain amount of gravitas around here.

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        1. Remember when I mentioned that Melissa, in the City office, had asked why she hadn’t seen any LTE’s lately? I just called her to ask if she read it last week – she hadn’t read the paper yet so I told her to read it and then watch Tucker. She said “that is amazing!” and I explained: THAT is why I do what I do!!!!

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  10. As for why QTree sites are down….this is most likely the cause:

    EXCERPT: “A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is a malicious attempt to disrupt the normal traffic of a targeted server, service or network by overwhelming the target or its surrounding infrastructure with a flood of Internet traffic.

    DDoS attacks achieve effectiveness by utilizing multiple compromised computer systems as sources of attack traffic. Exploited machines can include computers and other networked resources such as IoT devices.

    From a high level, a DDoS attack is like an unexpected traffic jam clogging up the highway, preventing regular traffic from arriving at its destination.”

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  11. Cold, rainy day here! Went out in the rain to refill the feeders – just now looked out and there were FIVE birds at one time on my jimmy-rigged jelly feeder!!!! Holy cow!!! Had to refill the nectar feeder in front, too – completely empty! That one is probably getting hit by the Orioles and the Hummers! Only one ant on it today, thankfully. Took care of all my monthly bills – SS day! It’s gonna be a squeaker in June! I’ll be searching out REALLY cheap perennials for the rest of my pots.

    QTree still down….

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  12. EXCERPT: “More than 18 months after their release, fake news network CNN is now questioning whether Covid-19 mRNA vaccines could be lowering immunity – a phenomenon Infowars has been reporting on for months.

    In an article published last Friday breaking down “The quest for longer-lasting Covid-19 vaccines,” and as breakthrough infections for double-vaccinated and boosted individuals have continued apace, CNN admitted scientists are trying to figure out why immunity supposedly provided by the jabs just doesn’t seem to last.

    Vaccine cheerleader Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has pushed the mRNA vaccines for close to two years, contributed to the article, this time claiming, “Some vaccine platforms give a very high degree of protection but the durability isn’t very long.” He then threw the failed experimental mRNA technology under the bus saying, “We got a really great platform with mRNA… But let’s try to be better.”

    The talking point was also espoused on “Good Morning America” of all places last week, with an ABC News senior medical contributor admitting the mRNA vaccines and subsequent boosters could be destroying immune systems.”

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      1. Betsy DeVos & her husband Dick funded a scholarship program, Children’s Scholarship Fund, iirc (or the Education Freedom Fund?) which got us to have our kids in the Christian School starting w/ my oldest son’s First Grade year. This scholarship covered about half the tuition & my parents were kind & generous enough to divide what was left with my hubby & I. This allowed our kids to attend this school K-8 for the 3 non-disabled ones at roughly 25% of the tuition! Josiah, my son w/ Special Needs, got 1 1/2 years of Christian Pre-School there, along w/ his twin bro, & about 1 month of K before we had to place him in public school because his needs were beyond the capacity of that small school to address.

        I’ll always be grateful to the DeVos family for this tremendous blessing in our lives. That Christian school foundation helped our kids maintain their faith & culture balance when they ultimately went to the public high school later. I ended up on the School Board at that small school & later on our church’s governing board all as offshoots of that Christian school becoming such a vital part of our complex lives!

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  13. EXCERPTS: “He’s not kowtowing to the woke crowd. Ricky Gervais is standing steadfast amid backlash, doubling down on his defense of “taboo comedy” amid ongoing social media outrage over a series of jokes in his new Netflix special/ “SuperNature,” which many online critics deemed transphobic.

    “I think that’s what comedy is for — getting us over taboo subjects so they’re not scary anymore,” the 60-year-old Emmy-winner told BBC One’s “The One Show” on Tuesday, the same day his special dropped on Netflix. “It’s like a parachute jump — it’s scary, but then you land and it’s all OK.”

    “So I deal with everything. And I think we second guess the audience too much,” added the controversial UK comic, who said that most offense comes from fans conflating the jokes with the target. His statement followed the release of the comedian’s latest special “Supernature,” in which the comedian mercilessly mocked the trans community.

    “I love the new women,” Gervais snarked in one of the inflammatory bits. “They’re great, aren’t they? The new ones we’ve been seeing lately. The ones with beards and c – – ks. They’re as good as gold, I love them.” The perennial pot-stirrer continued, “And now the old-fashioned ones say, ‘Oh, they want to use our toilets.’ ‘Why shouldn’t they use your toilets?’ ‘For ladies!’

    “‘They are ladies — look at their pronouns! What about this person isn’t a lady?’” Gervais added. “‘Well, his penis.’ ‘Her penis, you f – – king bigot!’ ‘What if he rapes me?’” “What if she rapes you, you f – – king TERF w – – re?” quipped the comic, referencing the acronym for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist, which is used to refer to people who reject the idea that trans women are real women.

    “I think that’s what comedy is for – getting us over taboo subjects so they’re not scary any more,” Gervais told BBC One’s The One Show on Tuesday. “It’s like a parachute jump – it’s scary, but then you land and it’s all OK.”
    The Brit-wit concluded the show by maintaining that he’s a big supporter of “trans rights.”
    Despite the backlash, the “Afterlife” creator ultimately believes that the audience can handle dark humor. “Real life is much worse,” Gervais spilled on “The One Show.” “These are just jokes. They don’t mean anything. They’re just for you to laugh for an hour or so.” “So that’s why I deal in taboo subjects,” added Gervais, who joked that his ultimate goal is to get canceled by the public.”

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  14. EXCERPT: “Love her or hate her, Marjorie Taylor Greene (MTG) is now a political bulldozer and a force to be reckoned. Established MAGA royalty, MTG is more than a proven Trump loyalist or a firebrand in stillettos. After handily winning Tuesday’s primary, MTG now has a dynamism that will not only carry her through the general, but will carry along anyone whom she chooses to ride her coattails.

    That’s the type of juice that separates a power candidate from a poser (looking at you, AOC). MTG has entered the realm of power candidate, and should the Republican’s take over the House of Representatives in November, expect her to leverage it.

    The New York Post reports on her primary victory:

    ‘Far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene easily won a crowded Republican primary in Georgia on Tuesday, fending off five challengers and surviving ongoing backlash over her controversial statements and behavior. The 47-year-old political lightning rod leaned in to her national notoriety to raise millions for her first reelection bid and will now run in the general election to represent the safely Republican 11th Congressional District in the Peach State. The incumbent held 70.4% of the vote when the race was called with 44% of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.’

    The Democrats thought they could reduce MTG with the campaign to strip her of her committee assignments because of past nonsense on her Facebook page. MTG explained her past actions, and offered apologies, she stopped short of rolling over or backing down. The only thing this attack served to do was build MTG’s base of support and help her capture the nation’s attention. While the Democrats succeeded in stripping MTG of those assignments, she did not go gently into that good night. If anything, her dominance was magnified and her voice increased. Twitter (pre-Elon) then went on to remove her personal account. Her Congressional account is still intact, and she still tweets regularly.”

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  15. gonna be a crappy day here…this laptop keeps losing the internet connection…
    hubby’s laptop is not…so it’s this one…
    no fooling…is it Monday already?

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  16. EXCERPT: “In explosive testimony Tuesday in the Michael Sussmann trial, an FBI agent said “fired up” senior FBI leadership insisted on continuing the investigation into now-debunked allegations of a secret Trump back channel to Moscow via a Russian bank despite learning the story was unsubstantiated.

    FBI agent Curtis Heide was the co-case agent on the investigation into the allegation that there was a secret communications channel between the Trump Organization and Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank. He testified on Tuesday in the Sussmann trial that the bureau’s top brass pushed for the investigation.
    Heide testified that he concluded the allegation was unsubstantiated based on the analysis by the FBI cyber division, review of the internet data logs, cybersecurity company Mandiant’s independent assessment corroborating the FBI’s findings, discussions with Spectrum Health about a TOR (The Onion Router) exit node, and his own training regarding previous Russian cyber investigations.
    Gaynor testified on Monday that the FBI’s senior leadership had placed a close-hold on Sussmann’s identity as the source, meaning that his name couldn’t be revealed. As a result, Gaynor didn’t tell the agents working the case that Sussmann was the source.

    Within two weeks of opening the investigation, Heide believed the allegation was unsubstantiated, but FBI headquarters continued to have them investigate.”

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    1. 2 weeks? and it took mueller’s team (who were in on it) how long and wasted how much taxpayers’ money?
      we demand an accounting–the taxpayers want their money back!

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  17. EXCERPTS: “There’s a joke being told in my house this week: Jeffrey Epstein’s best friend, a little-known and slightly autistic high school dropout named Bill Gates has a new book out this month. Perhaps you’ve heard of him?

    Unfortunately, of course, we have all heard of him.

    From Borneo to Boston, the entire world is only too familiar with the man who wants to inject you into the future. Bill Gates is the front man — the public face — of Big Pharma’s global COVID tyranny. Lockdowns? He loves them! Booster shots forever? He thinks it’s a smart idea! Germ warfare simulations? Sign him up! There’s no dystopian technological overreach that Gates won’t enthusiastically endorse. He would have already harvested your DNA and stuck it in a Shenzhen genome sequencing machine — if not for the pesky issue of, you know, human rights.

    Who else would be dumb enough to evangelize that all of the world’s problems could be solved with the tip of a syringe? That’s an idiotic message because it’s so obviously untrue. Gates doesn’t have any interest in people shaping their own future — he wants to shape your future, and he would really appreciate it if you’d get out of the way. His unlimited faith in science and technology — which is the crudest form of religion for materialists — has merged seamlessly with his unlimited faith in himself so that it’s hard to tell where the monomaniacal narcissism and the philanthropic pretenses begin and end in the Universe of Bill.

    Of course the problem with the Universe of Bill Gates is that it contains a massive black hole at the center — which is his personality. He has always had a very big problem as a vaccine evangelist: he has never understood how much he strikes other people as abnormally creepy. This is not simply my personal opinion. It’s the common opinion of people who have never met Gates personally — but have read his books or watched his speeches.

    Here’s Jeffrey Tucker reviewing Gates’ latest book just this week:

    “Imagine yourself sidled up to a bar. A talkative guy sits down on the stool next to you. He has decided that there is one thing wrong with the world. It can be literally anything. Regardless, he has the solution. It’s interesting and weird for a few minutes. But you gradually come to realize that he is actually crazy. His main point is wrong and so his solutions are wrong too. But the drinks are good, and he is buying. So you put up with it. In any case, you will forget the whole thing in the morning.

    In the morning, however, you realize that he is one of the world’s richest men and he is pulling the strings of many of the world’s most powerful people. Now you are alarmed. In a nutshell, that’s what it’s like to read Bill Gates’s new book…”

    Jeffrey Tucker didn’t come away from reading the book thinking that Gates was well-meaning but misinformed — or basically good but flawed —he came away thinking Gates was crazy. This turns out to be a recurring theme among people who deal the co-founder of Microsoft.

    A journalist named James Corbett also reviewed the same book recently and found it “every bit as infuriating, nauseating, ridiculous, laughable and risible” as you would imagine. “There is certainly nothing of scientific or medical value in here,” according to Corbett. “There’s nothing even interesting here. It’s a baffling book even from a propagandistic perspective.” He sums up the book by saying: “Just when you thought you’d gotten rid of him, like a canker sore in the mouth of humanity, Bill Gates pops up yet again.”

    So that’s two bad book reviews. The funny thing is that most of the world’s population now shares the same feelings about Bill Gates that these two book reviewers have — and none of us have even read the book. That’s because Bill Gates is a new kind of villain: he’s a psychopath pretending to be a philanthropist.”


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    1. She’s just too good….I love her writing!

      “If you thought that Bill Gates might do the sensible thing, and keep a low profile after his wife pursued a nasty and public divorce over his ties to an international pedophile sex trafficking ring — you would be wrong. Being sensible is for ordinary psychopaths who are concerned about exposure, and can sense reputational danger. But if you’re a psychopath who is also the world’s third wealthiest human being and “on the spectrum” you probably don’t understand what exposure means because you’re not really in touch with human morality in any fundamental sense.

      After all, you capture — or, if you prefer, “influence” or “invest” or “collaborate” or whatever the global elite likes to call legalized bribery this week! — entire foreign governments and international non-government organizations from Monday to Friday every week. Basically, you think you’re God — and nobody you’ve bought (and that’s practically everybody) wants to dissuade you from that feeling.

      So you don’t even bother taking a break from your busy schedule of pretending to be the world’s leading TV expert on pandemics — because you’re too busy blocking out the sun, and buying up America’s farmland, and signing deals with Chinese DNA harvesting firms, and teaching Seattle schoolkids that math is racist.

      And when you need a little R&R in your spare time, you don’t just hang out with the kind of friends that ordinary psychopaths collect — no way! — you spend your time with the world’s most infamous pedophile. I mean: you’re a trailblazer, and you only want to associate with other innovators — am I right? And when the little people start to wonder why you were hanging out ( 37 times!) with the world’s most infamous pedophile five years after that pedophile was forced to register as a sex offender you actually come up with the dumbest excuse in the history of mankind: you claim that you were simply trying to win the Nobel Peace Prize!
      But does that stop Bill Gates from doing more TV interviews? Of course not. Only Bill Gates can stop Bill Gates — and you wouldn’t be Bill Gates if thought that Bill Gates could be stopped.

      He will tell you that he’s simply the victim of wild conspiracy theories — and he will say that right after he tells you that he cannot recall why he flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane when he owns a bigger plane himself! And that lame excuse might come right after he explains that he has no idea why he was secretly donating millions of dollars to MIT using Epstein as a cut-out! And, furthermore, he really has absolutely not the faintest clue why Jeffrey Epstein would name the Gates Foundation’s science advisor as the trustee to his will right before his death!
      Bill Gates doesn’t have to answer to Prince Andrew, of course, because he doesn’t have to answer to anyone — he’s too busy buying public opinion to answer to it. If American corporate media gets too interested in Bill’s “Peace Prize meetings” then he will just buy the American corporate media — or start his own with George Soros and Katie Couric! If global warming becomes a major issue, Bill Gates will just block out the sun! If there’s too much carbon in the atmosphere, Bill Gates has got a solution.

      Just remember: you are the carbon that the climate change zealots want to reduce.”

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  19. Video of MTG’s victory speech – the part about the storm brewing is at the 14:02 mark:

    EXCERPT: “The era of mandates and lockdowns, and jabs and censorship, and lies is ending! Because the American people will no longer tolerate their government declaring war on it’s own citizens and our own values. Every politician says that an upcoming election is the most important one ever!!! Most of the time, that’s not true – they’re just trying to get people out to vote. But there IS a storm brewing in our nation today….hail and thunder are coming for the elites who despise and want us to eat the bugs, drink the poop water, and live in the pond, and own nothing and yet, somehow, be happy. I’m sorry, do any of you want that kind of future? Noooo!!!!”

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  20. Whoa!!!!

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  21. According to Fox/Tucker last night, border patrol responded to the shooting – one agent hit – rumors some kind of immigration angle – CBP claimed that was not the case, no border pursuit, no border patrol involvement until after the shooting……if we can trust what they say these days!?!

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      1. agreed…agreed…but the details in the same story don’t match…weird…
        2 rifles and all that ammo…that can’t be cheap
        where’d the $$ come from?
        grandpa is a felon–cannot be in a home with guns…
        just weird stuff

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          1. ahhhh…more answers…copied from wolf’s

            bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎ULTRA MAGA😎
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            May 25, 2022 13:30

            FOX reporting that he had a fight with his Grandmother, she was complaining about him not graduating. Reason why he shot her? Also grandmother worked at the school until 2020. Not sure if that’s why he went there or not. Also heard that it was closest to the home. He got in wreck on the way and sped off, police were initially alerted about the hit and run. Then he crashed truck when he pulled up to school, which drew attention from school Police/Resource Officer(there was one onsite) causing him to leave 2nd AR and ammo backpack in truck and ran into school. Cops arrived in 3 minutes. BP also arrived, some of them had children that attended the school, probably heard comms on the radio.

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  23. oh boy!
    i explored this old laptop looking for something completely unrelated and i discovered 5000!!! pictures I forgot were on here!
    got them copied to the external hard drive so when my laptop is fixed, I can make pictures for my mom!
    things she missed when my dad was too sick to travel…
    she’s gonna love them!

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      1. some are clearly duplicates…but there’s a quilt i forgot i made as a gift…pictures of my nephew’s wedding (which mom couldn’t go to…I’d been searching everywhere for those!)
        pictures of my granddaughter!

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  25. I am adding a short daily prayer to the board. I would invite each of you, if you wish, to also add one or maybe two of your own liking. I do not want to stifle anyone but please limit yourself to one or two. here’s one I found that I liked.

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      1. What an amazing series of memories to treasure!

        That year we saw the caverns we had Christmas in a motel in NM, had driven in an ice storm that put 4″ thick ice on our front license plate, & spun out the station wagon on icy roads, thankfully just in some field so no injuries & no damage to the car. Wild times!

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