Ancient Fertilizer  =  Monumental Architecture
Canyonlands of Tibet
Africa's Grand Canyons
Anasazi Paquime Canyonlands
Venezuela Tepui Canyonlands
Earth's Mystical Grand Canyon AUSTRALIA
Canyons of the Rainbow Plateau and Mogollon Rim
Copper Canyon and the Tarahumara Indians
Canyons of Europe
Canyonlands of Mars
Crystal Cave of the Giants
Chaco Canyon Anasazi

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Spring 2013

We did it again!!! Thank you so much for all of your effort to support once again a
Tarahamara Community in Mexico

We took on the Cambodia Orphanage support in the last moments
of 2012 as a Christmas and New Years Project. 

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Search for a
Tribe of Lost Tibetan Pygmy’s

The search for “Dawi”
the last of the T ’rung pygmies of Burma and
his return visit to his ancestral homeland
in Tibet/Yunnan borderlands

Richard Fisher just back from his 3rd trip in Tibet

Newsletter of the "3rd trip"
July 28, 2009

My First Trip To The Pygmy People
The Search Began - April/May 2009
Search for a Tribe of Lost Tibetan Pygmy’s
NEWSFLASH: Lost Pygmy Tribe Found and Scientifically Confirmed in Tibet

where did they migrate? Mayan agricultural mystery
and much more...

see also: Ancient Knowledge of the Chaco Canyon Anasazi

the Chaco Canyon Anasazi

Chaco Anasazi great houses - Pueblo Bonito and Aztec
The Chaco Anasazi built their great houses on the Chaco Monsoon rainfall Meridian from Pueblo Bonito to Aztec to Paquime, Casas Grandes.

Anasazi Migration and ancestral Puebloans
These Anasazi great houses starting with Pueblo Bonito were built by the Scarlet Macaw Clan after C.E. 828 and their descendents migrated to Mesa Verde further north and Wupatki/ Sinagua to the west when the supply of wild life around Chaco was depleated. At this point the Hopi branch of the ancestral Puebloans were established under the Blue and Gold Macaw banner. Later the Scarlet Macaw Clan migrated to the Mogollon Rim region and eventually the Rio Grande where they became ancestral Puebloans.

Anasazi diet, food production and agriculture - food storage, fertilizer, anemia and cannibalism
The Anasazi in all time periods C.E. 828-1425 produced fertilizer in round or oval shaped water catchments and stored their grain in Silos which have formerly been misidentified as kivas or religious chambers. In every case the Anasazi bone record strongly indicates very high levels of Anemia with is caused by a lack of dietary iron which comes from native animals. Anemia causes many severe health problems most especially in human reproduction and high mother and infant child death rates. This caused the Anasazi to migrate about every 200 years, the length of time it takes for localized wildlife depletion. Severe anemia among the Anasazi may have lead to rare cases of canabilism. more

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Introduction to Grand Canyons of Earth
Richard D. Fisher | Photographer | Writer | Adventurer | Guide

This is the first comprehensive guide to the Grand Canyons of the planet earth.  Many canyons worldwide remained a mystery into the 1990s.  The Yarlung Tsang Po, the world's deepest canyon in Tibet was first explored by American, Richard D. Fisher, in 1992.  His research and exploration was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 1996.  This authoritative geographical inventory includes the canyonlands of Tibet and Central Asia, AfricaVenezuela, Australia, Mexico, China, USA, Bolivia, Greece, Ethiopia, SpainFrance, Namibia, BosniaCorsica, and also includes a wonderful paper on the otherworldly canyons of Mars.   Each one of these continents contains not only one or more grand canyons, but in some cases contain many extensive canyon systems.  All of these are thoroughly detailed with incredible color photography, 3-D color maps, and in-depth illustrated text covering history, culture, wildlife, geology, geography, and the archaeology of ancient cultures such as the Anasazi, Paquime, and Hohokam. 

In these sacred spaces you will find the stories of outstanding ethnic local artists and leaders who, through ecocultural tourism, add their much appreciated voices to the global dialog.

 Featured are the Yarlung Tsang Po of Tibet, the Copper Canyon of Mexico, the slot canyons of Angel Falls of Venezuela, the River Styx and the Vicos Gorge of Greece, the Tara Canyon of Monte Negro, the Verdon Canyon of France, the Grand Canyon of the USA, the Blue Nile Gorge of Ethiopia, and the Fish River Canyon of Namibia.  Also included is the Colca Canyon of Peru, Pilcomayo Canyon of Bolivia, and Tiger Leaping Gorge of China.  These canyons might be considered the lost mythical Shangri-La as they are pristine wilderness hidden lands for lost cities, native cultures, and wildlife. 


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