Ancient Egyptian, Discoveries in America

   In 1982, Russell Burrows found Burrows Cave somewhere along the Skillet Fork Canyon of the Little Wabash River in Southeastern Illinois.
   But this was not a Cave, it was the caved in entrance to a Man made Tunnel in the Cave.
  The Tunnel is over Five Hundred feet long with some caved in seperate Cross Tunnels caused by Earthquakes going to large Man made Rooms.
   It was learned that for several years that Russell Burrows had sold around Fifteen Million Dollars of Gold. that was traced to his Checking Accounts in the United States
  When the Smithsonian Institute learned of the discovery from a Gold Dealer that wanted to sell Egyptian Artifacts to the Institue, Skillet Fork was Blocked to the Genaral Public and guarded to perserve the Artifacts.
  At last account the Smithsonian Archaelogist Team has found over 4,100 Stone and Gold Artifacts and 12 Mummies. Some of the findings are already on display at the Smithtonian Instute in Washington DC.
  This is the largest discovery in the United States for American History. There are enough Artfacts found at the Site to for the Smithtonian Archaeologist to estimate the Egyptians arived here somewhere around 16,00BC to 18,00 BC.
  But King Zaphnath who was Joseph in the Bible wrote that he found another good place for Egyptians to Farm and Mine when he was 36 years old. This date would be 1744 BC.
 
   G. E Kincaid served in the Marine Corp. After retiring he worked for S. A. Jordan.
  S. A Jordan was sent to the Grand Canyon by the Smithsonian Institute to investigate the information that Egyptians had been in the Grand Canyon that was reported by John Westly Powell as a Archaelogist.
 
 
 
 
 
 
  The first report of the Egyptian Tunnel Cities in the Grand Canyon to the Smithsonian Instution was by John Westly Powell.
  John Westly Powell and his Survey Employees  Surveyed the Grand Canyon from 1872 to 1896
  John Westly Powell was employed The United States Geological Survey (USGS) which is a Scientific Survey agency of the United States Government.
He was the the first person to record the entire Grand Canyon for the United States Government.
  John Westly Powell entered into a Cave in the Grand Canyon that was named Powell Cave.
In his report  to the Government, he estimated that upwards of 50,000 Egyptians had lived in the Grand Canyon at one time.
 
   Grand Canyon National Park was named an official National Park in 1919.
The National Park Service has a Policy of preserving the History of Native American Indians when establishing Parks.
The Hopi Indians lived on the North Kiabab Rim of the Grand Canyon where the Egyptian Pyramids are located below the Rim.
   And they knew the names of the Egyptian Pyramid Temple names that are located under the North Kiabab Rim of the Grand Canyon.
  The Hopi Indians have a God named Taawa. He has a Mans Face that smiles all of the time and has a good Heart.
The Hopi Indians still use a large number of  Egyptian words in their Language.