by Patrick Edward Quirk, Speaking
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My brothers and I discovered an
old book in the wall of a church built in 1536 AD, north of Coyote, New Mexico.
It was written by a Father Juan Rudolfo over four hundred years ago. In it,
he wrote that he and his best friend, Father Paul Saiz were sent to Mexico
City in 1521, but due to the harsh treatment of the Native Americans at the
time, they wrote a petition to the Governor General of Mexico asking them
to stop. However, their petition was quickly answered stating their role
in the New World was to convert the Natives before they were killed. And,
if they attempted to meddle in state affairs, they would be sent back to
Spain, and tried for treason against the crown.
Father Juan wrote, during his time, the
natives who were not of noble Aztec blood, were experimented on. However,
the Aztecs were only being held for questioning, for the government wanted
to find where more gold and gems, had been hidden.
Father Juan and Paul, knew they could
do nothing more for the other natives and decided to assist, in any way they
could, the remaining Aztecs. That was when they met an old Aztec man. Due
to his age, he was not questioned immediately by the Spanish Government,
and had been wandering around Mexico City for months, before he met the two
Both priests took to heart what they were told by the Spanish Government,
and thought this would be an opportune time to begin converting the old man
to Christianity. So they, and four other priests, had the old man brought
to them every day at a certain time. However, when they started telling him
about God, and how The Christ was the savior of all mankind, the old man
smiled at them and said, they did not know what they were saying, too well.
He said they only knew part of the story, but he could tell them the rest.
At first, they did not believe the old
man knew what he was saying. They thought he was trying to trick them so
he might live a little longer. But when he started telling them about conditions
the Hebrews lived in the Old Testament, and what life was like for the Jews
in the New Testament, they were shocked. For he not only told them about
pieces of history they had no knowledge of, but he said it with such sureness,
they could not help but believe him.
At first, they thought he might be an
angel sent to spy on them. However, seeing that he got tired, needed to eat
and drink, and had his good and bad days, that thought soon left them.
Next, they set into motion another set
of questions. Things he should have no knowledge of, that is, unless he actually
was telling them the truth about what he knew. They questioned him about
specific events that were recorded in both Testaments of the Bible, and,
he not only answered them correctly, but explained them in great detail.
The old man went on to tell them he was
a member of the Jaguar Warrior Class. A specially selected group of individuals,
chosen from childhood, to guard specific places. The place he had been given
was called, The Ancient City Of Prophecy. It had been built by a civilization
so old, no one remembered who they were, or where they came from, but stories
telling of its existence had been known of for several thousand years. And,
there were three old Native priests residing there who had instructed
him on what he was telling them. He said everything he told them could be
found in a temple within this ancient city. He called it The Temple Of
Mankinds Legacy, and said he could take them to it, if they wished.
He told them the contents, and priests
who had been allowed to live there, were considered sacred by
all civilizations of the past. That not only the Aztec, but the Maya, Olmec,
Toltec, and others, who went back so far in time no one could remember their
names, had used the writings within this city to gather their wisdom.
Father Juan and Paul did not want the government to know about this
ancient city, and vowed the other priests to secrecy. However, that was not
to be, for the government did find out and sent three hundred soldiers, and
five hundred native bearers with them. But they were not interested in
ancient records, they were only interested in finding more gold, and
Father Juan wrote their convoy was over
four miles long, and they, with the old man, traveled in the middle. However,
when the captain of the expedition arrived at the mountain the ancient city
had been built under, he saw three old men approach him, and became unnerved.
He had them killed immediately because of what he said they were wearing.
Reportedly, things that were seditious against the holy church.
When the old man heard the news, he cried
and told the two priests they were the last of their kind. For no other
living human could translate the ancient writings. But Father Juan and Paul
had another idea. They knew, if the old man could tell them what he had been
instructed on, then point to where it was written within the temple walls,
they might be able to translate all of it without the aid of the men who
They did just that, but when they began
reading their discoveries to the soldiers who accompanied them, they went
insane and began killing each other, then themselves. When the expedition
returned to Mexico City, there were only eighty men left. However, the two
priests, and the old man, remained at the ancient city to continue their
translations, and made an alphabet that could be used by others to translate
the writings they had discovered.
A few months later, another priest informed
them the government had labeled them criminals, and had issued their death
warrant. Presumably, because of what they told the soldiers who had come
with them. He said, whatever they had discovered in this ancient city had
caused the government to give up their efforts of locating more gold or gems.
For they were now using all available resources at their command to destroy
every Aztec record they could find. Whatever they discovered, the priest
told them, caused them to loose interest in finding more wealth. He said
they exhibited more fear in anyone finding out what the returning expeditions
told them, than their greed for gold. As monumental as it was, the priest
told them he feared knowing about it, then left after delivering his warning.
But the two priests continued their work,
for they believed what they were translating was more important than their
lives. They also knew, the world was not yet ready to hear of what they
discovered, and believed it best to hide their completed work, until it was.
From what they translated, they knew the
Bible, in its present form, was not complete. They had proof, from the Temple
Writings, that much of it had been changed, and in some cases, deleted. In
addition, they uncovered writings, within the temple, that said there were
not Ten Original Commandments given to Moses by God, but Eleven. Eight
of which were recorded within the ancient city, while the last three were
recorded at a second ancient site. But they only knew it was to the north,
and beyond the great desert.
Father Paul and the old man decided to
remain within the ancient city, record what translations they could, then
seal the city from within. Father Juan would go north, and search for the
second ancient site. But that was all Father Juan recorded in his ledger.
Over four hundred years later, we found
Father Juans ledger in the church wall he hid it in. The parish
priest, Father Juan, who had taken his name
from the original Father Juan Rudolfo, assisted us in filling in the
blanks we had come up with.
We discovered the Ancient City Of Prophecy,
and the completed work by Father Paul, and the old Aztec man. It had been
hidden within the ancient city and was protected in a wax like substance.
We translated, not only Father Pauls manuscript, but the ancient writings
from the Temple. And that began a chase by a secretive group of individuals
called, The Brotherhood. They were led by a man who called himself Father
Sanchez. He did not want us to complete our discovery, nor did he, or his
organization, want any of it to be known.
This then is our story. It is an account
of an adventure that led us to discover what has been hidden from humanity
for more than three thousand years, and why.
Peru, The Yucatan, Colorado, and New Mexico
Cheeway: Head archeologist.
Ph.D. in Archeology. Native American (Pueblos from Northern New Mexico).
Nahe: Sheriff of Coyote, New Mexico. Native American (Pueblos
from Northern New Mexico).
Speaking Wind: Graduate and Post Graduate work in International
Trade. Native American (Pueblos from Northern New Mexico).
Jade: Investor and member of expedition. Ph.D. in Ancient
Roberts: Investor and member of expedition. Ph.D. in Ancient
Stevens: Investor and member of expedition. Ph.D. in
Joe: Leader of Rebel Band from The Yucatan. (Native American,
Father Juan: Parish priest in old church north of Coyote,
Father Joe: Parish priest in old church north of Coyote,
New Mexico. Ph.D. in Archeology.
Father Sanchez: Head of the secretive organization, The
Xumal: Bodyguard of Father Sanchez, and double agent giving
us assistance to stay ahead of The Brotherhood. Native American,
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