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Canyon de Chelly National Monument – Reserve (a national monument) in the United States. Located in northeastern Arizona within the Navajo reservation. Access to the canyon is limited, visitors may visit it only with a guide, usually because of the Navajo. The only exception to this rule is the tourist trail “Ruins of the White House.”
The most amazing thing in the canyon – a vertical wall. In addition, they look like they are covered with a plaster, mostly likely the same breed as the arrays themselves.
What were they mining in sandstone, is the question? Canyon de Chelly is horizontal layers of sandstone, which raises the question of, where did the vertical “lines” come from? I went on Google Earth, looked close up, but then found something interesting. If you back away to see where it shows the borders of the “Four Corner States” from high up, there is a big “circle” of mountain ranges in which “canyons” are found, including the Grand Canyon. Canyon de Chelly is in the middle of that circle. The geology of Arizona contains some great copper deposits that are still mined today, and also gold and silver. There are also precious gemstones and minerals that are formed with copper, and petrified wood. Perhaps Canyon de Chelly was an exploratory mining operation which didn’t yield as much (if anything) as the Grand Canyon (much larger and bigger). There seems to be one point of entrance to the canyon with branches coming off of it. Another question arose, If there is a Petrified Forest National Park of “petrified wood” (“Petrified Forest National Park is a United States national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona” — and Canyon de Chelly is located in northeastern Arizona), then perhaps the mining is taking place at a site much like the one in the video you did on Lukomorie. Just some thoughts to add to the mix.
I think it’s a quarry of Atlantis.
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