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  • Virginia Clarke Adams

    Mt. Shasta Caverns: "The most mysterious place in North America. There are Lemurians and survivors of other "Lost Civilizations" who roam the mountain freely and occasionally wander into town to trade gold for supplies. Plus, little men who seldom come out except at night to collect edibles and return to their secret cavern homes. Native Americans residing in the backwoods say they have not only heard the screams of Bigfoot, but have seen these hairy creatures close-up. Telos, the capitol of the Inner Earth is occupied by the Ascended Masters of Wisdom." All I can tell you is it was a very hot 110 degree day and the caverns were freezing cold...a warm welcome in my eyes.

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