20 December, 2014

Did Lewis and Clark Learn About Alien Legends on Their Journeys?

Initial Diplomacy Lewis & Clark, Charlie Russell | http://faculty.humanities.uci.edu/tcthorne/Hist15/westwardexpansion.htm

The Journals of Lewis and Clark, Mentor Book # MT 527, 1964
From the Platte to the Vermilion, page 51

24th August, 1804
In a northerly direction from the mouth of this creek, in an immense plain, a high hill is situated, and appears of conic form, and by the different nations of Indians in this quarter, is supposed to be the residence of devils: that they are in human form with remarkable large heads, and about 18 inches high, that they are very watchful, and are armed with sharp arrows with which they can kill at a great distance. They are said to kill all persons who are so hardy as to attempt to approach the hill. They state that tradition informs them that many Indians have suffered by those little people, and, among others, three Maha men fell a sacrifice to their merciless fury no: many years since. So much do the Maha, Sioux, Otos, and other neighboring nations, believe this fable, that no consideration is sufficient to induce them to approach the hill.

These aliens seem to be malevolent in nature.

From The "APRO Historical UFO Reports 1600BC Thru Dec 1956"

Link: http://www.konsulting.com/piwigo/picture.php?/232/category/1


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