Aliens, Halloysite, Earth Mounds

Aliens, Ancient Mound Builders and Halloysite
By Sharon Day, with input from Steve Summar, and Jim Heater


Many people assume that mining areas for gold and copper were popular attractions for ancient alien visitors, but perhaps that is not the material they would have been seeking for technology.

Halloysite, is utilized in nanotechnology, a new study for us humans, but perhaps not for other beings in the universe. NASA has looked at its applications for interstellar travel in the form of nanobots for astronauts to protect their bodies from radiation, tumors and disease processes.  There are countless potential applications for an army of controlling nanobots to handle subsystems in spacecraft, maintain health of the biological beings on board, and manage cloaking devices, weaponry, propulsion and more.

Today, nanotechnology companies are looking at some exceptional applications for this exciting new field. From the promising company, NaturalNano:

Naturally formed in the Earth over millions of years, halloysite nanotubes are unique and versatile nanomaterials that are formed by surface weathering of aluminosilicate minerals and are composed of aluminum, silicon, hydrogen and oxygen.

Halloysite nanotubes are ultra-tiny hollow tubes with diameters typically smaller than 100 nanometers (100 billionths of a meter), with lengths typically ranging from about 500 nanometers to over 1.2 microns (millionths of a meter).

Our team of scientists and researchers are developing methods of separating out the nanotubes and processing them for use in numerous commercial applications, such as additives in polymers and plastics, electronic components, cosmetics, and home and personal care products.

Halloysite is mined in Utah, Georgia and Brazil; interestingly, three areas that also harbor ancient mounds, strikingly similar art work, and misshapen skulls in burial grounds.  

Was there an ancient race of humans that were not only sacrificing to the gods, but perhaps performing menial mining labor for them?

Interestingly, it is one of the components of ancient clay pottery. 


The Dragon mine in Eureka, Utah is mining what is considered to be possibly the most valuable and unique mineral on the Earth; halloysite.

Indian mounds found in Utah have some very interesting finds, such as these described about the first unearthing of them:

When time will allow more work will be done in the ruins of what is known by the native Indians Cublick. This name was first heard by the writer while conversing with a Piede Indian who, when asked if he knew anything about the builders of the mounds, pointed at them and said: "Cublick," "Cublick;" at the same time showing a spirit or expression that indicated that he looked upon the spot as a place accursed or marked for evil destiny. We learned from other Indians, that it is shunned by them as though some curse or awful crime rests upon the land around it. When asked about the people who built the mounds and made the stone implements, they either pointed to the South or say they do not know, but positively assert that the 'Ingens no make em.'

Inquiries made to Indians of the valleys as to when did their ancestors carve the markings on the rocks elicited the reply most usually made by the Indian. Injun no manik, maybe so Shinob manik. Shinob is their name for the inferior deity. Neither could the Utes, Paiutes, or Paiedes account for the rock pictures so frequently found scattered on rock surfaces over most of Utah, far into southern Nevada, and extending into Arizona, southern Colorado, and New Mexico.

Several score or more of stone mills or metates of the Toltec or Aztec pattern were found, as well as the mano, or hand stone to each mill…These discoveries have brought to light near Ogden what are without doubt some of the very oldest human remains on the face of the earth. The writer believes them to be older than anything we find in Mexico or Central America, inasmuch as the stone mills and pottery are of the self-same designs and quality of those found in the great valleys of Mexico and Yucatan.

At a depth of almost seven feet the base of the first mound was reached and on its ancient floor was found a disjointed human skeleton. The shape of the skull was long and narrow, the jaws heavy and wide, the teeth were large and well preserved. In the skull what is known as the bump of veneration was very prominent, combativeness small, philoprogenitiveness very full. The frontal bones of the forehead projected very much.”


When we move on to Georgia, the site of more halloysite mining, we find some other interesting things….

The question Scott Wolter (“America Unearthed” TV show and interpreter of the Kensington Stone) has been asking is if the Mayans disappeared at 900 AD, where did they go? And, if pyramid-like ruins, words and art in Georgia are any indication, did they head north and relocate? And, if so, why?

Our hypothesis is that their halloysite mines had been spent in Mayan lands and these workers had moved on to better sources or potentially parts of the worker population were relocated to several potential sites around the Americas.

In Georgia, an archaeological find, the Forsyth Petroglyph gives every indication of being Mayan when compared with the Mayan blowgunner design, both depicting earth events.

Is it a coincidence that between 900 and 950 AD the mounds at Ocmulgee (Georgia) were constructed (the same time the Mayans disappeared)?

Words from the Creek Indian culture and Mayan culture, as well as art and building construction appear to be remarkably related.  Much too related to be coincidence.


Moving on to Brazil, burial mounds (“shellmounds”) there in a large halloysite mining part of the world, dated from 8000 to 800 years ago. Might an original race of halloysite miners for the aliens been located here first, moved on to Mayan region of Mexico, then on to Georgia and Nevada in search of the Halloysite? Or were these people located in the sites in which they would be left to mine, bringing with them their cultural heritage?

And, guess that they found in Brazil? An unknown race of human skulls.

The shape of the head was long and narrow, the jaw heavy and wide.” (mentioned in the skulls found in Utah) Comparing this description to the “unknown” skull finds in the gray box above, sounds like an interesting potential match!

We find many correlations between the symbols in the American mounds and the symbols from Mexico.

Mound symbol

Mexican symbol

There is conjecture that these symbols represent the molten core of the earth and the process of magnetism and gravity.   

“…this example of the workings and origin of earthly Forces may also apply to all revolving bodies throughout the universe, and thus show that a single Divine system is controlling the Universe.”

When we combine the unusual abilities of our early ancestors to create civilizations beyond their years, to conceptualize pagan gods, to perform sacrifices and to do these things in regions where mining occurred before their capability to utilize these precious earth minerals, alien interaction would appear to be a potential conclusion.

Did the aliens come to have the native people mine their halloysite and, if so, did they also impart knowledge unwittingly that helped us jump in our technology? If sites like the mounds in Georgia are being protected from the public, what information might researchers be gleaning from the remains? And, is there evidence that led us to believe halloysite might be important to aliens and might need to be important to our technology too?

In their race to get what they wanted and leave an ancient people behind to never know the truth of their mission; could the aliens have left us with the very clues to our own technologic advance?

We leave you with this interesting irony, that we might need to look to the ancient past to advance our future, in fact, learning from our ancestors a lost knowledge.

**If you enjoyed this post, listen to our Paranormal Geeks Radio tonight with Jim Vieria, the theorist regarding ancient burial mounds and ancient giants**


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