Geodetic Monument

For­got­ten mon­u­ment at the sum­mit of Mt. Shas­ta, Cal­i­for­nia.

[ad],_1875-1903.htm”>The Geo­det­ic Mon­u­ment by Arthur Fran­cis Eichorn, Sr. (1874–1950) [google], cour­tesy of the”>Virtual Musuem of Sur­vey­ing, an excerpt from the book [amazonify]B0007FVV2E::text::::The Mount Shas­ta Story: Being a Con­cise History of the Famous Cal­i­for­nia Moun­tain[/amazonify] (Mount Shas­ta Her­ald 1957).

“The I AM Story” (unusu­al story of the moun­tain’s past, per­tain­ing to the St. Ger­main Leg­end), first gen­er­al­ly known in 1934 from the book Unveiled Mys­ter­ies by “God­frey Ray King” (Guy W. Bal­lard) and lat­er told by Eichorn. [full text]

Reprint­ed in [amazonify]0787313017::text::::Mount Shas­ta: Home of the Ancients[/amazonify] by Bruce Walton (Health Research 1985). [google books]

Could Mt. Shas­ta have been the ancient home of 25,000 sur­vivors from a dis­as­ter on anoth­er con­ti­nent, with an entire city built inside the moun­tain? That’s the claim.

Mount Shas­ta in leg­end and lore, in history, and with a geo­log­i­cal per­spec­tive

Mount Shas­ta anno­tat­ed bib­li­og­ra­phy


First published on March 4th, 2009 at 1:09 pm (EST) and last modified on March 4th, 2009 at 1:11 pm (EST).

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