Grand Canyon and the Lost Kingdom of Tontonteac

When tourists lean on the railing protecting them from the abyss of the Grand Canyon, facing an alien landscape, how many suspect they are looking at an ancient bombing site, where once stood grand cities of golden pyramids and spires? Do they intuitively understand that surreal craterscapes don’t happen in nature, that something was done to this place?

Or do they believe “the science” that says the Canyons were “formed” through Billions of years of “Evolution”? Have any of these medical-mask-wearing, selfie-shooting, brochure clutching tourists wondered why the peaks of the Grand Canyon are named after ancient Egyptian sites? Some researchers say the peaks are aligned with star systems.

Or do they go with whatever the National Park Service tells them. You know, the same National Park Service that has “forbidden” people access to most areas. I found no evidence of this issue ever being put to the vote. “Would you like to be forbidden to access the Grand Canyon? Vote now”. A lot of things happen in this country that nobody asked for.

Your average tourist is permitted a view from afar at a few pre-designated platforms and if he leaves those, a helicopter quickly emerges, as if out of nowhere and someone with a megaphone is shouting at you. This has happened to many intrepid explorers who tried to access the caves rumored to contain ancient Egyptian artifacts.


Old maps don’t show this gigantic craterscape, they show instead a Kingdom called Tontonteac (also spelled Totonteac). Cities of the Kingdom were called Tontonte, Cevola, Axa, Septem Citta (seven cities) and the capital city with the Babylonian name Abacus (later renamed to Granada).

Nearby we find the Kingdom of Marata. On old maps the kingdoms appear to be a chain of kingdoms and cities ranging from today’s Nevada and Arizona, down to Mexico. Linguistically, they certainly belong together. Yes, I’m saying that the same people who built the “Aztec” and “Mayan” Pyramid facilities were also active in Ari-zona and vicinity.

A close up:

The city here is spelled Totonte:ac. Cities on old maps are shown with church-like steeples and part of a Kingdom, just like in Europe, Asia and Africa.

Even though we see these cities on maps of the 1500s and 1600s, mainstream historians claim they never existed. Sorry, correction: The one’s in Mexico existed, but the one’s on the U.S. side of the border didn’t exist. They are telling us that otherwise completely accurate and historically verifiable maps, just added a couple of “mythical” places to their maps to spice things up.  Because it’s not like a mapmaker wants to be as reliable as possible, to sell their maps to explorers. These were days in which mapmakers could get killed for faulty maps.

The map below calls it “Tontonteac Regnum”. Regnum is Latin for “Kingdom”. The city of Marata is within the Marata Regnum and then there’s the capital city of “Abacus Granada”.

When old ruins are found in the midwest, they are given labels that differ from what the ancients called the area. Instead of saying “This must be the ancient city of Marata, as shown on old maps” archaeologists invent names such as “these are the pueblo people”. The act of re-labeling obscures the meaning of the discoveries. Why invent names when the people themselves tell us the names of towns, kingdoms and peoples? One of the tribes of the Grand Canyon are the Hopi people. They never referred to themselves as the Pueblo people. And the Hopi people actually tell of several instances in their History when they were faced with fantastic destruction. They also mention flying saucers, according to this book I read when I was a teenager:

The book title is “Kasskara and the seven worlds”. The book is not available in English. But there is a Nexus Magazine article available on it, from which I quote a small section (bolding mine):

White Bear pointed out that Atlantis was similar to England-a small country with great influence.
Atlantis eventually extended its reach farther to the east, into what we know today as Europe and Africa.
“The inhabitants of Atlantis had researched secrets of the Creator for which they were not spiritually ready. They had obtained knowledge of these secrets too early and used it to subjugate other people. In doing so, they infringed on the divine order. They also studied other planets, and they even went there,” White Bear said. “These were dead planets where no one could live, so they had to remain on our good old Earth.” White Bear explained why Atlantis turned against Kásskara. “They knew that morally and spiritually we were much stronger, and that made them envious. This is also why the queen wanted to conquer our country and subjugate our people. She threatened our sovereign [and said she would] join together all her spaceships above our continent and destroy us from up there. But he refused to give in. For a long time talks were held, which one can also call conferences. All the great men of that time held meetings. “As I already said, there were among us people who had become avid seekers of status and power. Their religious belief had weakened and people no longer had respect for one another. We were in a situation which compares very well with the current one,” White Bear said. “Within time, influence of [Atlantis’s queen] led to a schism between our people. She started to get some of our people on her side- those men seeking power, whom I spoke about. They walked away from our laws and said to themselves, ‘If we choose the side of the people of Atlantis and accept their requirements, we might later acquire a fair share of the power’. “The malicious ones took over. They had studied many secrets of the Creator which humanity should not know, but we did not take part in this. We wanted to be and remain peaceful people. I believe that actually it was the Creator who used his capacity to keep us away from these things.”The chiefs met many times. But the group of those who had scientific knowledge was much stronger, and they came to attack my people with the material of their capacities and invention,” White Bear said. “From very high in the air they directed their magnetic force on our cities. But those of our people who had not left the true way of our Creator were gathered in a certain area in order to be saved.”

Academics say these maps are false because the terrain is not as we know it today. They don’t consider that the land may have changed through disasters that so many of the “myths” talk about. I suspect these cities were bombed with rock-melting weaponry. The bombings created large lakes, craters and canyons.

One example: Old maps show there was no lake Michigan and no lake Eire. Instead we find a long and wide river where now we have lakes:

Something colossal happened for this river to be turned into the “Great Lakes”. The lakes start appearing on maps in the 1600s, along with a sudden emptiness in the midwest and northwest. Tontonteac was wiped out:

We can surmise that the disaster occured some time before 1650. Maps from 1650 show the Tontoneac region partially flooded, separating California from the rest of the country. The Great Lakes began developing but did not yet have the shape they have today:

Totonteac is no longer mentioned here because it’s underwater and Abacus Granada has turned into a general region called Grenade.

Some maps also say “Nueva Granada”, a hint to the old Granada.

Between 1630 and 1650 some maps showed the old world and some showed the new world. A 1630s map showing the old world, with Totonteac and Marata still intact:

Judging by available maps the “shift” probably happened in the 1580s or 1590s, as I could find no maps of the “new America” before that.

It’s noteworthy that there have been engravings made in “error” that say Columbus “discovered” America in 1592 (rather than 1492). This is from the 1652  Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis geographica ac hydrographica tabula. 

An innocent mistake? I’m not sure. The war on old America seems to have ended in the 1580s. After this time most new explorers and settlers arrived in the Americas. Apart from Columbus, we don’t hear of many settlers arriving between 1492 and 1592.

A 1500s map that shows North America may have been completely flooded at one point:

Notice the mass of land at the upper right side of the map, in the Pacific. According to the Hopi, this is where the Kingdom of Lemuria was. The Hawaii Islands are the last remains of that Kingdom, they say.

This is a hand-sketched recreation of a late 1500s map by cartographer Matthias Quad (for easier readability). This is not the untamed wildernis of primitive barbarians we were shown in the movies. Pre-Columbian America has clearly defined regions and cities.

The map tells many stories and solves more riddles than fit into this writing – fodder for future research.

We see Tontonteac, Granada, Septem Citta, Cevola. On the east coast we see Norombega, the old name for Washington D.C., as previously discussed. There’s the ancient kingdom of Hochalaga. In one of my books I make the claim that ancient German and Latin were mixed. Hochalaga is a mixture of German (Hoch, meaning High) and Latin/Italian (Laga, meaning Lake). Nobody would mix these languages today. Lago de Conibas is another mix, but I don’t wish to veer off topic for too long, so I’ll leave that for you to solve.

Tontonteac – where would we have to dig to find it’s remains or ruins? My best guess is Lake Mead, Arizona/Nevada. Why? According to a History book titled Cartobibliography of the Grand Canyon, the “indigenous name” for Colorado River was Totontoac or Totonteac.

Totonteac flu (fluss is the German word for river) is today’s Lake Meade, so the city of Totonteac would be around where we find Hoover Dam today.

 Lake Mead has seen the emergence of formerly submerged ruins due to the water drying up:

The ruins are now called “St Thomas” and ascribed to the Mormons, but I have my doubts. In 1925 ruins around St. Thomas were ascribed to the Pueblo Indians.


The reference to Giants is interesting. I recall an old map of America in which the “whited out” region of the west and north is referred to as a “land of giants” (no-go-territory). I was unable to find this map again, a reminder of how important it is to save evidence offline.

Were the Giants the target of this war-of-destruction? Yes, I realize the Hopi-story says that peaceful folk were the target and the destroyer was the evil Queen of Atlantis. But just because one book and one Hopi elder say that, doesn’t make it true. Just because I shared the story, doesn’t mean I fully buy into it. It could be misdirection.

The 1500s map  above labels Granata as the metropolis which means capital city. The sentence says in Latin “Abacus capital-city stolen, now Granata”. We learn here that the even older version of the city was called Abacus but that it was stolen by people who renamed it Granata.

If I’m correct about Tontonteac being at Lake Mead, then Granada (not to be mistaken with Granada in Spain) must be where we today find Phoenix, Arizona. One river flows north from the Gulf of California and another eastward. The northward river is Colorado River (Tontonteac) the eastward river is today called Gila and flows through Phoenix. Granada is often shown on top of this river. And what about Grand Canyon, Flagstaff and Sedona? That’s the area of the legendary “seven cities”, the “Septem Citta”.

Grand Canyon is a place where seven cities, modeled after the 7-stars of the Pleiades, were bombed to smithereens.

The seven cities are the stuff of “ancient legends”.

This is why most places in the Grand Canyon are “forbidden” to go to and why rumors of strange artefacts and discoveries abound.

Visiting Sedona in 2022, I had the distinct sense the place had seen a lot of melting-weaponry. The rocks looked like they used to be towers. While atop the Bell Rock Vortex, I saw a perfectly straight line cut through the rock, for about half a mile, no doubt laser-cut. I followed it for some time before I lost interest. I didn’t take a picture because I had left equipment and phone in the Hotel that day.

The landscape around the Canyons are fertile green. On the roads of Arizona I was often surprised had how quickly things went from barren redlands to green hills and trees. To me the Canyons are not “natural features”, they are the result of deliberate destruction.

Mid-to-northern Arizona is a treasure trove of ancient anomalies. This crater for example:

Highways are built as perfectly straight lines for hundreds of miles, along more ancient straight lines. I believe this is done to camouflage the fact of perfectly straight ancient lines.

A close up reveals other, older lines beside the highway:

And this image reveals even older lines, slightly offset (center and left side of image) behind and beside the old lines:

We learn more about Tontonteac by looking at Totonac culture. The academics make no connection between Totonteac and Totonac, but there is one. Actually, academics don’t acknowledge Tontonteac even existed in the first place.

Totonteac is T-ton-Te-Ac, an ancient German phrase. Remove the “the” and you’re left with Ton-Ac. The word “ak” or “ac” is ancient German for “Earth” and “Land”. From it we get the modern word acre and the modern German word for field or land “Acker”. Ton means sound. “Ton-te-ac” means sound of the Earth.

On the Wikipedia page for the Totonac, we read:

According to the Dictionary of the Nahuatl or Mexican Language, the term totonaca is the plural of totonacatl and refers to the inhabitants of the province of Totonacapan. Some authors have pointed out that the term “totonaco” means “man of hot earth”. In the Totonac language this word is composed by the terms tu’tu or a’ktu’tu referring to the number “three” and nacu meaning “heart “. The Totonacs use this term in the sense that Cempoala, Tajín and the Castillo de Teayo are the three representative centers of the group.

The Nahuatl Dictionary got the last part right – Earth.

Nahuatl is itself an ancient German word Nah-atl, near the water.

A Pyramid of the Totonac, in poor condition:

Another one:

One blatant sign you are being lied to about History is how “Academia” (whoever the fuck that is), allows for a thriving Pyramid-building culture all over Mexico but none just across the border in the U.S. where traces of this grand culture suddenly disappear. The Kingdoms of “America” crossed seamlessly into the Kingdoms of “Mexico” because these countries did not exist as two separate entities in those days.

Why do we acknowledge the Kingdoms of Mexico but not those of Arizona, right across the border? Maybe it’s because Mexico doesn’t have the “Smithsonian Institute” which criminally looted and erased any trace of the ancients. Or it’s because some of the structures in Mexico are still intact and therefore undeniable.

This is a 1524 map of the famous Tenochtitlan, the biggest Pyramid-city in Mexico:

This is what remains of it (the center square in the map above):

Why am I showing you this? So that you see how enormous these cities were. The above is only a small part of the overall city, the centerpiece. Why is it so hard for “academics” to understand that these places really existed when we have evidence of them so close to home?

They tell us Tontonteac did not exist. Then why is it mentioned in texts that don’t even directly relate to Tontonteac? A 1628 text called “The Anatomy of Melancholy” casually mentions the place:

Let me guess: The people erasing History overlook this kind of stuff because it doesn’t directly relate to what they are trying to erase, so they don’t bother looking there.

A 1664 book written in Latin called Geographis Generalis casually lists it, along with other known and really existing places:

These are Totonac performing a ritual called Danza de Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). It reminds me of the “carousel” type rituals among other indigenous people around the world, proving a common link across continents.

This is the Grand Canyon from a Google Maps Satellite image:

It’s an S-shape, topped by a lake.

The seven cities of ancient legend:

They are an S-shape, topped by a lake.

According to the online World History Encyclopedia:

The Seven Cities of Cibola are the mythical lands of gold that the Spanish of the 16th century believed existed somewhere in the southwest of North America, comparable to the better-known mythical city of El Dorado. 

The cities were first attested to by four survivors of the disastrous Narvaez Expedition of 1527, including the explorer Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca (d. c. 1560), in 1536. De Vaca’s report was later “corroborated” by the Franciscan friar Marcos de Niza (l. c. 1495-1558) in 1539. 

“There were “Seven very large cities which were all subject to one lord. In them were large houses of stone and mortar, the smallest of which were one storey high with a terrace, and there were besides two- and three-storied buildings. The chief’s house was of four stories. There were many decorations at the entrance of the principal houses, and turquoises, which were very plentiful in the country. The people of these cities were very well clothed”

“He wrote of huge pearls and emeralds [and] he said that the people ate off of gold and silver plates…He also claimed that the Seven Cities of Cibola were equal in population to Mexico City”.

Some maps from the late 1600s still show Cibola. It’s location is precisely in the area of today’s Grand Canyon.

I have reason to believe the seven cities were already turned into a post-apocalyptic crater landscape by the 1600s and the mapmaker was going off earlier maps or calling the region itself after what it used to be called: Cibola.

“The Science” in-forms us that Grand Canyon was formed Billions of years ago. I forget how many Billions. Is there anyone who actually cares whether it was 10 Billion or 100 Billion years ago? These numbers are put out there so that people stop giving a damn. They’re made up numbers. This type of “science” needs to be defunded.

Another department of “The Science”, the History department, claims that the Canyon was first sighted in 1540 by Captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, accompanied by Hopi guides and Spanish soldiers. After that, nobody saw, witnessed, heard of or set foot in the Grand Canyon for 237 years. Then, the second time it was viewed was in 1776. And after that, many people viewed it. Who comes up with such nonsense? The maps and stories of the 1500-1700s imply continual activity across North America. Anyone telling you that nobody sighted the Grand Canyon for more than 200 years is clearly lying. My guess is that they invented the story of some Spanish explorer eying the Canyon in 1540. Hundreds of mapmakers contradict that story: The Grand Canyon didn’t exist in the early and mid 1500s. It was created some time between 1580 and 1650 and now stands as a reminder of lost golden kingdoms and the wars of ancient kings and queens.






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