Rob Simone (email) was joined by researcher, filmmaker and radio host Josh Reeves for a discussion on his quest to uncover the ancient history and forgotten past of the Americas. Reeves shared his research into a mysterious wall buried under the city of Rockwall, Texas. The curious subterranean structure is 20 miles in diameter and nearly 100 feet tall, he explained, adding that it is comprised of various crystals which produce piezoelectrical fields. Reeves theorized that the wall was built about 200,000 years ago by an engineering process we do not understand today. He questioned a geological report that concluded the wall is a natural limestone formation, pointing out that the structure was constructed of what appears to be cast stone bricks.
Reeves talked about the prehistoric city of Cahokia in southern Illinois, location of an ancient mound that has a bigger footprint than the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan. According to Reeves, an excavation in the 1990s uncovered evidence of non-native rocks that had been joined together to form what he believes is a massive underground stone pyramid built thousands of years prior to Cahokia. He recounted a legend about white-skinned rogue beings coming down from the sky and teaching the residents of Cahokia how to build a deadly psychic weapon. Reeves thinks the people of Cahokia used the weapon against the white-skinned beings and ended up annihilating themselves.
Like the residents of Cahokia, the people of Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico also seem to have vanished, Reeves continued. "It's very strange that we don't see any sort of burials," he said, noting that visitors of different religious backgrounds seem to have congregated there. Reeves reported on some of the strange petroglyphs and alignment markers found in Chaco Canyon and their similarity to those found at other ancient sites. "All of these sites that appear to be separate actually were meant to work together as one giant structure," he surmised. Reeves also spoke about Lovelock Cave in Nevada, where he believes a race of red-haired giants once lived. He suggested there is a conspiracy to keep the truth about these ancient sites from the general public.