The Thunderbirds Lizard People & Earth Changes Pt.2

Thunderbirds, with wingspans that average 22 feet, have breeding grounds in South America, and are slowly coming back to the U.S., said Red Elk. The Cree Indians are protectorates of an earlier breeding ground in Yukon, Canada, a "sacred bird cave," that has relics of eggs that were the size of bowling balls, he shared. Mel's Hole, definitely exists, Red Elk declared-- it's 27-27½ miles deep, connects to underground tunnels, and serves as a "blow hole" to Mount Rainier. The Yakima Indians know of another such hole, he added. 

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  1. zolar1

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