Belief in the underworlds has been passed down as myths or legends between generations of people all over the world. For example, Socrates spoke of huge cavities within the Earth that were inhabited and vast caverns where rivers flowed. The Cherokee Indians say that when they arrived in the southeastern United States, they found many manicured gardens, but not the people who tended them. Eventually, they discovered a group of people who lived underground and only came out at night to tend the gardens. They collected the food and took it underground to their cities. These people were small, had blue skin and big black eyes. The sun’s rays were too strong for them, so they built their underground cities and only came out at night using moonlight. The Cherokees called them “Moon People”.
The above quote comes from Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, professor emeritus at Montana State University who is a Cherokee/Choctaw and has been researching the Star People for many years, collecting encounters between them and Native Americans. I recently published two articles detailing indigenous stories of encounters with the “People of the Stars”. One involved an indigenous elder who shared a story about the “Star People” crashing into his reservation, which you can read here. The second article, published a few days ago, was about an elder who showed Dr. Clarke a petrified heart of a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳, which he claimed belonged to the Star People, and you can read it here.
In Peru, the 800 long straight lines of Nazca, with 300 geometric shapes and 70 animal figures, are another creation of wonder linked to the A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ ETs. Various American Indian tribes have also long referred to spiritual and friendly “star people” or “star beings” who visited their ancestors in airships and passed on their knowledge. The Hopi people of Arizona speak of “flying shields” in the third stage of the world. They also refer to the “ant people”, which resembles the traditional image of an ET in rock carvings, who brought their ancestors to safety.
These people were also mentioned in a 1797 book by Benjamin Smith Barton, which explains that they are called “the eyes of the moon” because they were poorly sighted during the day. Later variants add more detail, claiming that the people had white skin and that they created the pre-Columbian ruins of the area. Barton cited his source as a conversation with Colonel Leonard Marbury. In her book, Clarke recounts a story told to her by an 84-year-old man whom she called “Uncle Beau”. According to him, “the elders tell stories of star people who lived underground near Tanana. There are many stories told by elders about the Star People living among them and hiding near Tanana. The Inupiat believe they came to Earth in a spaceship.
Clarke then asked if he had ever seen a spaceship, to which he replied:
Oftentimes. I was born here in the Athabaskan Territory. I was here before Alaska became a state and my people lived here for thousands of years before a white man came here. There were spaceships visiting Alaska when it was called Alaxsxaq, and they will visit long after there is no more Alaska. I think they were always here, as the old men used to say. The government knows this, but there is little it can do. They were here long before there was a government. I think at this point the military is just trying to contain them and keep quiet. They don’t want us to know.
There is also a military base near where Beau lives, and when Clarke asked if she had ever spoken to anyone at the U̳F̳O̳ base, she replied:
“One of my niece’s sons worked at the base about 10 years ago. They employed a hundred civilians at the base. He said he went to work one morning and the base was closed. The workers were told to go home. When she showed up for work the next day, one of her friends who was there told him that a U̳F̳O̳ had landed the night before. He said there was a place up there where the U̳F̳O̳s are underground. He said (his he his nephew) that he was under surveillance day and night. No one was able to get close to the place, but she said his friend who has a security clearance told her. ”
He went on to explain how he thinks it is a place where “a̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳n̳n̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳n̳n̳l̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳n̳n̳l̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳n̳n̳l̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳n̳n̳l̳l̳i̳e̳e̳n̳us can go underground freely without us normal people seeing them. I don’t know what they’re doing together, but I think that’s how they use the place. My nephew’s friend said that the a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳n̳s look like us. So maybe it’s the ancestors.”
Now, having worked in this field for a long time, I have found some very interesting connections. Tanana, Alaska, is adjacent to Mount Hayes, Alaska. For those who don’t know, the US government in partnership with the CIA and the Stanford Research Institute started a program called STARGATE, and one of its functions was to study remote viewing, which is the ability to perceive and describe a distant place, regardless of the weather. distance. It is an ability that allows the “spectator” to be able to describe a remote geographic location up to several hundred thousand kilometers away (even further) from their physical location, a place they have never been.
Long story short, he was extremely effective, respectable, and accurate in gathering information. After its declassification in 1995, or at least a partial declassification, the Department of Defense and those involved revealed an exceptionally high success rate.
To sum up, over the years the criticism of the protocols, the refinement of the methods and the successful replication of this type of remote viewing in independent laboratories have produced remarkable scientific evidence of the reality of the phenomenon [remote viewing]. Added to these results was the discovery that it was possible to find an increasing number of individuals capable of demonstrating high-quality remote viewing, often to their own surprise… The development of this capability at SRI evolved to the point of visiting the CIA personnel without prior exposure to such concepts performed well under controlled laboratory conditions. ” (source)
The remote viewers of that show, after it was declassified, suddenly started talking a lot about the e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ phenomena. One of the things discussed was the location of several ET bases here on Earth. One of the best viewers of the show had successfully remotely viewed 4 e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ “bases” stationed on Earth. One was located under Mount Ziel, another was under Monte Perdido in Spain, another was under Mount Inyangani in Zimbabwe, and another was under Mount Hayes in Alaska. You can read more about this specific story here.
Lyn Buchanan, one of the STARGATE army viewers, says he was tasked with finding information about e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ groups that were/are visiting the planet. You also mention these bases. You can read more about it here. (You can read more about it here: source)
These names are always present in the CIA’s electronic reading room, so you can look them up and check their credibility. After the show was declassified, most of the people involved in the show also became publicly known.
So what’s the point? Mount Hayes is located next to Tanana, Alaska, which Elder talks about (as mentioned earlier in this article). And as for the grandson, there are several military bases nearby, such as Eielson Air Force Base.
Interestingly, I read this story shared by Dr. Clarke and then I came across this connection with the remote viewing program.
Another interesting story told by Dr. Clarke hails from Mary Winston. At 87, she was considered one of the only traditional artists still alive. There are so many tales from indigenous elders about the Star People, it’s truly amazing and overwhelming.
According to Winston:
“We have a story that our ancestors were brought to this land in great flying metal machines by the Star People. The ancestors lived on a cold planet, just like the Arctic region. So they brought us here to colonize this planet. At that time, ice covered the Earth. It wasn’t like Earth today. We knew about the Star People from our grandparents. The stories have been passed down for thousands of years. We were brought here by the Star People who live on top of our world. They live under the North Pole. This is the top of the world. My grandfather talked to them when he was alive. He said they looked like us, but they had bigger eyes because everyone on the home planet lived underground. He said that when we were brought here we also had big eyes, but the sun and the snow made little slits in our eyes. ”
Clarke goes on to cite many other very interesting interviews with indigenous elders about subterranean life on our planet.
“My people talk about Star People that came to us many generations ago. Star people brought spiritual teachings, stories and maps of the cosmos and gave them away for free. They were kind, loving and set a great example. When they left us, my people say there was a loneliness like no other”. (source) – Richard Wagamese, one of the leading Canadian writers and storytellers from the Wabaseemoong First Nation in northwestern Ontario.
Several A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳n̳t̳ texts from various cultures mention beings from “another world” that exist within our own. One such world, referred to in both Tibetan and Hindu Buddhist traditions, is Shambhala, which is described as a hidden realm within our planet, a place we do not understand and is difficult to find. We’ve never been there, at least as far as we know. It’s interesting to imagine what the Earth is like at its core. While tools can be used to determine its composition, seeing it in its entirety would be fascinating. Perhaps we shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss these stories.