Tayos Gold: The Archives of Atlantis

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Adventures Unlimited Press, Feb 25, 2015 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 229 pages
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In 1976, Scottish engineer Stan Hall organised a landmark expedition to the caves of the Tayos Indians in Ecuador, involving a dozen institutions, joint Special Forces, and astronaut professor Neil Armstrong as Honorary President and participant. Hall was driven by curiosity about Erich von Däniken's report of a Metal Library allegedly found in the caves by investigator Juan Moricz in the mid-1960s (published in von Däniken's 1972 blockbuster Gold of the Gods). This idea was considered unorthodox in the absence of any ancient written script in South America. In Hall's odyssey into the heart of global enigmas he researches: The origins of mankind; Atlantis; Ptolemy's lost city of Cattigara; The sudden rise and fall of wonder civilisations. This journey ended with his identification of Atlantis and Cattigara, and the entrance to the Metal Library along the Pastaza River in Ecuador. Imagination, action and danger combine explosively in the story of this spectacular British-Ecuadorian expedition to the Tayos Caves of Ecuador.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Juan Moricz Magyar Extraordinary
21
Egyptian Tablets of the Mormons
31
Moricz and the Authorities
43
Ecuador Cradle of Civilization
51
The Triangle of the Shell
55
First Reconnaissance
57
Journey to the Stones
73
Neil Armstrong A Second Small Step
119
Into the Tayos Caves
131
Treasure of the Incas
143
Percy H Fawcett and George M Dyott
149
Valverdes Treasure
165
Completing the Jigsaw
175
Petronios Story The Keystone
185
Tayos Treasure Analysis and Location
203

First Expedition Conference
85
Second Reconnaissance
89
Zamora Interlude
93
Countdown
99
Tunnels Below the Andes
103
Discovery in the Caves
111
Reconnaissance in Pastaza
207
Reassessment
217
Epilogue
221
MythoHistorical Creation Theory
223
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