WORLD EXPLORER 35, Vol. 4, No. 8 Features Include:
THE EGYPTIAN CITY OF THE GRAND CANYON By David Hatcher Childress. In 1909 a front-page article in the Phoenix Gazette claimed that an incredible discovery had been made in the Grand Canyon. It claimed that catacombs that included mummies and Egyptian artifacts were part of an amazing treasure trove.
ADVANCED MACHINING TECHNOLOGY IN ANCIENT EGYPT By Stephen Mehler. Evidence abounds that the finely honed architectural elements and artifacts found throughout Egypt today were made using highly advanced technology. Author Stephen Mehler takes us on a pictorial review of several examples, and posits that they were produced by a very ancient race with a very "modern" purpose.
GENE SAVOY: FINDER OF LOST CITIES By Wayne Purdin. A memorial to one of the great explorers of the 20th century. Gene Savoy is credited with finding the legendary last refuge of the Incas, Vilcabamba, and one of the largest known ancient cities on earth, Gran Vilaya, in the tangled jungles of Peru. He also replicated ancient sea voyages and founded his own religion! Wayne Purdin sheds some light on the life of this extraordinary man.
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WORLD EXPLORER 35, Vol. 4, No. 8. 72 pages. 8x11. Illustrated. Professor Wexler. WEX Remembers. Classified Ads. All Color.