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Exploration Fawcett Paperback – December 31, 2001
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In later Fawcett papers uncovered, it was determined that the team actually traveled northwest of Cuiaba towards the Tapajos and its tributary, the Juruena. The reason why the true direction taken was kept secret had to so with what some refer to as Fwacett's "Grand Scheme". The "Grand Scheme" involves groups called "The Watchers", the "Great White Brotherhood", the "Earth Guardians" the Budda and the "Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn." None of this information is mentioned in "Exploration Fawcett".
There are accounts of gold, underground hidden cities and UFOs. Fawcett is even believed by some to be currently alive and well living in a cave in the Roncador Mountains. Remember that Fawcett was born in 1867 and as of 2009 he would be 142 years old.
According to some accounts, the major objective of the Fawcett exploration into the Amazon Basin of the Mato Grosso in 1925 was to establish a colony in Amazonia for people wanting to escape materialism and develop mystic consciousness and so that Fawcett could deliver Jack to the Earth Guardians as an initiate and, after his training and transformation into another soul, to install him as the founder and leader of a mystic colony.Read more ›
Fawcett is best remembered for the ill fated expedition he launched at age 56. He, along with his eldest son and a friend, attempted to penetrate unexplored regions in search of a lost civilization. They were never heard from again. His disappearance has been a source of speculation ever since.
This is one of the most remarkable of adventures. You will experience the South America of the early 1900's in a way you never could have previously imagined. Try it...you won't be sorry.
(This book was published in Great Britain as Exploration Fawcett and in America as Lost Trails Lost Cities)
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Excellent book! One of the best adventure books that I've read, and it's true, too!!Published 22 months ago by B. J. Niemer