The Ancient Province of Tusayan

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The small book pictured above is about the the ancient province that was once called Tusayan, which existed in America long ago.

 

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This image is described as the “Dance Rock and Dance Court at Walpi.  I’m thinking that Walpi is the original word that came to be called Wallet.  This is a dot that connects the dancing and music that came to be made by the Wallet Brothers, the “warner  brothers”, part of a family who settled in South Louisiana, either before, during or after the destruction of the Tusayan Province.  As far as I know, the only people who used the word Province were the Romans.

 

 

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The photo above shows the ancient site, which may have been surrounded by water at one time.  Walpi is called “place of the notch”, possibly another reference to the super-scapular notch which is the marker trait of the High Priesthood family of Zacharia.

The author of the book, Major Powell wrote, “Thus in this desert land we find an agricultural people living in stone houses, with walls laid in mortar and plastered within, houses two, three, four, five, or six stories high, a people having skill in the manufacture and ornamentation of pottery, raising cotton, and weaving and dyeing their own clothing, skilled in a system of picture-writings, having a vast store of mythology, and an elaborate, ceremonious religion; without beasts of burden, and having no knowledge of metals, all their tools being made of bones, stone or wood.”

The seven hamlets of this province form only one of many groups discovered already destroyed in the early 1500’s. Altogether about sixty towns were found by them.  The ruins of these towns are found in great profusion throughout Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizon and Southern California.

“On every stream and at almost every spring of importance, vestiges of this race may be found”, writes Powell.  Their destruction was by “the Northern Enemies” as the present Indians call them, according to Powell.  These enemies dwelt far to the north in British America.  The Northern Enemies were not Spanish.  By the time the “Spanish” arrived with Alvarado, the destruction had long been complete.  Powell was told that the Northerners “gradually spread to the south, attracted perhaps by the wealth accumulated…and as they swept southward, from time to time, in bold excursions, town after town, and hamlet after hamlet was destroyed; the people were driven into the canons and among the cliffs, and on the advent of the Spaniards [European Catholics], only 60 of the towns remained…The Co-an-ni-nis and the Wal-la-pais, who now live in the rocks and deep gorges of the San Francisco Plateau, claim that at one time they dwelt in pueblos, near where Zunia now-stands.

The Province of Tusayan is composed of seven towns–Oraibi, Shi-pau-i-luvi, Mishong-i-ni-vi, Shong-a-pa-vi, Te-wa, Wol-pi, and Si-choam-a-vi.  The last three towns are known as the Moqui towns.

If you are familiar with Strong’s Bible concordance, you’ll notice that every single place name is described as “a place in Palestine”, nothing more.  After reading this a while, you realize that so many towns could not possibly fit in such a small place as “Palestine”.  You’ll also notice that the word Tus, Taj, Tach, Tarshish, Teche and Teks are used, both Hebrew and Greek, all over the place for many different things, and that the entire language of Hebrew [Apiru] is dealing with a place by this name and the culture that exists within it. The word is based on the letter that looks like a snake, which is the ‘TS’ sound in both Hebrew and Greek, that represents both the High Priesthood, the sound made by the serpent, and the name of the poisonous root called Adze which is Piper Methysticum. In Greek the place is called Teksos [Texas], and in English it’s still called Dixie, and it extends down to the Bayou Teche.

One of the predominant characteristics of this Province is the existence of a River that was dry part of the year, then would suddenly swell and create a loud rush of water every year on schedule.  Much like the Nile.

 

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The Serpent Mound in Ohio

 

Dixie Land

I wish I was in the land of cotton,

 

Old times there are not forgotten;

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

In Dixie’s Land where I was born in,

Early on one frosty mornin,

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray!  Hooray!

In Dixie’s Land I’ll take my stand

to live and die in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Old Missus marry “Will the weaver,”

Willium was a gay deceiver;

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

And when he put his arm around ‘er,

He smiled as fierce as a forty-pounder,

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray!  Hooray!

In Dixie’s Land I’ll take my stand

to live and die in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

His face was sharp as a butcher’s cleaver

But that did not seem to grieve ‘er

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

Ole Missus acted the foolish part

She died for a man that broke her heart

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray!  Hooray!

In Dixie’s Land I’ll take my stand

to live and die in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Now here’s to the health to the next ole Missus

An’ all the gals that want to kiss us;

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land

And if you want to drive away sorrow

Come and hear our song tomorrow

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray!  Hooray!

In Dixie’s Land I’ll take my stand

to live and die in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Dar’s buckwheat cakes an Injun batter,

Makes your fat a little fatter;

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

Then hoe it down and scratch your gravel,

To Dixie’s Land I’m bound to travel.

Look away!  Look away!  Look away!  Dixie Land.

I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray!  Hooray!

In Dixie’s Land I’ll take my stand

to live and die in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

Away, away, away down south in Dixie.

*There are numerous variations and alternative verses.

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2 thoughts on “The Ancient Province of Tusayan

  1. I didn’t know about Britain being called Syria, but that’s very important, thanks. I also concluded that Canada is the land of Canaan. I’ve also ascertained that America was called the Far East. The British Isles are North. Shinar is China. Thanks much for your support. I didn’t have electricity for awhile.

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  2. SO RELIEVED TO HAVE YOU BACK, SUZANNE I’VE BEEN WORRYING OVER YOUR SAFETY.

    THIS IS A GOOD STUDY. WHEN YOU MEAN BRITISH/ENGLISH TERRITORY, DO YOU MEAN THE CILLISTINE AREA OR ANOTHER?

    ALSO HAVE YOU CONSIDERED TIES BETWEEN CANAAN AND CANADA AND HOW FAR IT EXTENDED? THERE IS NO EXPLANATION FOR THAT NAME.

    IT SEEMS EVIDENT THAT AMERICA IS TIED TO ARMORICA/ARAMICA. TIES TO NORTH FRANCE AND SYRIA. BRITAIN WAS ALSO KNOWN AS THE ISLE OF SYRIA. ANY IDEAS ON THOSE?

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