Huge face etched into cliff on remote B.C. island

Was it created by man, or by Mother Nature? That’s what many are wondering about a giant face that appears to be carved into a cliff on a remote island near Vancouver Island.

Hank Gus of the Tseshaht First Nation had heard about the “face in the rocks” years ago. A Washington State kayaker stumbled upon the face back in 2008 while paddling past Reeks Island in the Broken Group Islands.

Gus had been searching for the carving for two years. Then, just a few weeks ago, he finally found the hidden treasure and took a cellphone video of the seven-foot-tall face carved into a cliff.

“It’s quite noticeable from the water; It’s pretty large,” he says.

“It’s about 40 feet up and from the top of the cliff, and it’s about another 20 or 25 feet down, at least. It’s high up and there’s bunch of rock cliffs on the side and it’s so hard to access.”

When the kayaker stumbled upon the carving, she took pictures and sent them to Parks Canada but wasn’t able to pinpoint the precise location. Parks Canada knew the island was in traditional First Nation territory, so contacted the Tseshaht administration office.

Gus finally found the carving a few weeks ago. He says, to him, the face appears to be blowing, and is perhaps a symbol of wind. The face reminds him of a wood carving on the door of the Tseshaht administration offices.

“It’s something really similar to this face in the rock. Its name is Ugi and it describes when it’s blowing the wind, it’s sharing the history of our ancestors and keeping it alive,” he explained.

Now Tseshaht First Nation and Parks Canada are trying to solve the mystery of how it got there. Did someone carve it, and if so, when? Or is it a natural rock formation that only looks like a face?

To answer those questions would require a closer look, but its location is surrounded by a rugged shoreline and rough waters that, so far, have prevented close examination.

So for now, the mystery remains, which is okay with Parks Canada CEO Alan Latourelle. The mystery is what makes the face so fascinating, he says, and it’s what will probably attract visitors.

“It’s really a great discovery, but it’s also an inspiration for all the visitors that come to Broken Group Islands,” he says.

For Gus, it’s a discovery that may help him learn more about his ancestors.

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Legend of the Underground Reptilian city

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During the golden age of pirates and treasure hunters in the year 1800’s, maps became precious and significant to point out exactly the locations of hidden, buried and sunken valuable artifacts and wealth of magnificent proportions.

On January 29, 1934, a perfect resemblance of the Hollywood film Indiana Jones and National Treasures has surfaced along with the legend of a fearsome creature that is said to dwell the earth inside a hidden underground city in downtown Los Angeles.

A mining engineer named G. Warren Shufelt allegedly met a wise old Hopi Indian man named “Little Chief Greenleaf” who told the story of an ancient city of the lizard people or “reptilians” as we know today. According to Little Chief, an ancient reptilian race who are highly intelligent and scientifically advanced than modern humans have taken refuge under hidden cities around the Pacific coast, one in Los Angeles and another in Mt. Shasta. Together with these ambiguous beings were mammoth quantities of treasures, gold and other valuable which lie hundreds of feet below. The busy and unsuspecting city did not know about this until Little Chief relates the story to Shufelt. That same year, Shufelt and his small crew made efforts to make a map of the underground tunnels using a “radio X-ray” and so the legend of the “lizard people” has begun.

lizardsShufelt’s started to map the ground from the public library of West Fifth Street to Southwest of Museum Drive extending to Mt. Washington in Los Angeles. The results of the mapping gave him a network of tunnels which look just like a maze going to unknown directions. The legend said that the underground dwellings were purposely built to shelter the reptilian race from a great inferno catastrophe that came from the southwest of their land which scorched everything in its path about 5000 years ago. The underground city is a means to escape another catastrophic fire in the future. The Hopi Indian said that the reptilians mastered and perfected a special chemical which can melt both soil and bedrock. This chemical was used in building an underground city, then the chemical is drained into the ocean to create passages that leads to the sea. The tides passing in and out of the lower sea tunnels forces cold water and air to flow into the upper passages providing a well ventilated, sanitized and cleansed halls and labyrinths.

The city has dome structures similar to a tall building and has the capacity to house 1000 families. There are rooms that are also capable of storing loads of food supplies and a variety of herbs are made available too to sustain life for a long span of time if the next fire sweeps over the earth again.

Records encrypted in gold tablets about the ancient reptilians and the origin of humankind is thought to be kept in the hidden rooms of the underground city. Shufelt said that he possess evidence of these gold tablets which one include a record from the Mayan civilization.

Concerns of the ground caving-in never stopped Shufelt to drill a 350 feet hole in the ground of Ft. Moore Hill where he believe a treasure room can be found. Shufelt mysteriously vanished and was never seen again in the face of the planet leaving any trace but his famous map of the underground city.

If the ancient underground city of the reptilians still remained unearthed until today, could it be possible that there are still surviving reptilians who live in the underground city? Or have they found a better way of hiding in plain sight and live again above the earth together with us humans?

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