washed up on shore on manitoulin island, more research coming.
Actual crop circles discovered on the island after nights of ufo sightings by many witnesses come with us a be presented with new findings and possible explanations and what were these uso,s possibly unindentified submerged objects , what were looking for the signifigance of the area many questions more coming.....
Chippewa elders of the Cape Croker reserve have long repeated ‘legends’ of their ancestors being able to walk from Tobermory, at the Northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, to Manitoulin Island, an area that, today, is covered by 90 km of water, and is a scuba diver’s paradise, with many shipwrecks to dive. The only way across today is the Chi-Cheemaun ferry, which makes the crossing in 90 minutes.
The Chippewa legends tell that, in ancient times, the Chippewa people could walk North for a long, long time, through a great tunnel, and they eventually met unfamiliar people walking South, people who wore strange clothes and carried strange weapons. There were many rivers and waterfalls on the route.
Recently, scientists from the Geological Survey of Canada have mapped the underwater topology (shape) of this area, and discovered that much of the submerged land of today was once dry. One feature, which prompted further underwater research, is a ridge of rock situated roughly between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island; the ridge is 1750 metres long, and up to 5 metres high. Evidence of running water and waterfalls was found, as were roots and remains of cedar trees more than 9000 years old. Obviously, the ridge was once dry land. Come and find out who were these strange people with strange clothes and weapons and find out location of this tunnel of land and more in our research...more coming
Come ashore to a island of mystery and travel with us to actual sites only known to a few. There we will present you the story, facts and legends and a our information collected with our research and in investigation of strange phenomenon,haunting,s,strange rock formations,strange creatures. This tour will stimulate and surprise you and challenge what you know to be true questioning conventional thinking and open your mind to the possibilities.
Great for the curious traveller, mystery buffs and person,s looking for strange and stimulating fun while enjoying sights and sounds of manitoulin island,also know as spirit island with a long and strange history not found on your tour guide info package or even talked about by your guide, so join us in a tour of mystery.
Hope to begin
starting spring of 2014 group of 9-10 persons in comfortable air conditioned van with good window view. I am still working on 3 more mysteries and trying to generate interest and trying to gain permissions for sites and in planning stages to get to these sites by driving some sites may not possible to get close enough too, road conditions, permissions, time schedule,privacy issues, cultural sensitivities etc. There will be a pit stop at ten mile point for pictures and stuff and also bridal veil falls, and driving right by new windmills biggest in Canada. The trip will be roughly 4 hr,s 5 mysteries about 15 min each stop to explain the significance and mystery surrounding the site and also lunch stop in tour undecided at moment, price still to be determined as I have not dry run the complete trip yet.
In the early 1950s, Thomas E. Lee of the National Museum of Canada found advanced stone tools in glacial deposits at Sheguiandah, on Manitoulin Island in northern Lake Huron. Geologist John Sanford of Wayne State University argued that the oldest Sheguiandah tools were at least 65,000 years old and might be as much as 125,000 years old. For those adhering to
standard views on North American prehistory, such ages were unacceptable.
Thomas E. Lee complained: "The site's discoverer [Lee] was hounded from his Civil Service position into prolonged unemployment; publication outlets were cut off; the evidence was misrepresented by several prominent authors . . . ; the tons of artifacts vanished into storage bins of the National Museum of Canada; for refusing to fire the discoverer, the Director of the
National Museum, who had proposed having a monograph on the site published, was himself fired and driven into exile; official positions of prestige and power were exercised in an effort to gain control over just six Sheguiandah specimens that had not gone under cover; and the site has been turned into a tourist resort. . . . Sheguiandah would have forced embarrassing
admissions that the Brahmins did not know everything. It would have forced the rewriting of almost every book in the business. It had to be killed. It was killed He never got another chance to work on the site, and for a long, long time, no one else did, either. In 1987 neutral observers characterized it as "Canada's most neglected major site of the past 30 years."come join us in our new findings of who would cover such discoveries up and what motive for in doing so and join us in a new finding at site only talked about and discover with us new and exciting information.... more coming
The history of Mishipeshu is merely a legend for some, but for Algonquin Indians and their relatives it is as real as the water and precious metal it guarded. Mishipeshu is known for guarding the vast amounts of copper in Lake Superior and the Great Lakes Region. There seems to be substantial evidence that there was a very ancient and unknown people that mined the copper and moved the majority to an undisclosed location. Later, during the 17th century, the Jesuit Missionaries arrived in the Great Lakes Region. By that time, swiping copper from the region was extremely taboo and forbidden by the Ojibwa tribe. It was even worse to take it from the Great Lynx's home, Michipicoten Island - this was considered to be stealing from Mishipeshu himself A horned serpent or an aquatic feline. Most legends hold that the creature possessed a combination of both reptilian and feline features. He reportedly resembles a feline sporting a pair of horns. Although he possesses paws that enable him to swim swiftly through the water, scales cover both his back and tail. Mishipeshu was capable of being either a malevolent or benevolent force depending on the circumstances. Greatly feared and respected due to his control over the lakes and rivers, he was regarded as a ‘’Manito’’ or a powerful being worthy of worship. Although he has a feline shape and is an amphibian, he is always described as a reptile. He is feared by all Ojibwa because he is the cause of waves, rapids and whirlpools, and he even breaks the ice in winter, thus claiming numerous victims His domain was supposed to exist within caverns and tunnels found beneath under lakes, a fact which allowed him to move with relative ease within the region. Lakes inhabited by this being are said to have one of the three following features: they are suddenly best by powerful winds or fogs, contain deep cavities and lastly, have waters that are a specific shade of colour. So if you discover piece of copper do not attempt to move or transport but contact our team. be safe
The map to the right showing that areas where copper was being mined and smeltered thousands of years ago and being transported to where oversea,s see new info on the route copper traders took through ancient shipping ports more coming....
Many strange and abandoned old homesteads on the island some with the occupants simply disappeared, haunted house, strange locations and areas long avoided by many for many of years so join us in our investigations and finding and be presented with shocking findings so join us as you can become part of our group and may yourself have a theory or two... more coming