Author Claims A City of Gold Is Flooded Underneath Michigan’s Lake Superior
Michigan and the Great Lakes region are known for many many things but one of the biggest occupations that fled thousands of workers to the state, especially in the 1800s was mine work. We know about the large salt basin that's underneath Michigan and all of the precious mineral mines like silver and copper that were worked on in both the upper and lower peninsula.
The true story of all of these is that, Lake Superior flooded the ruins of Tartarian mega city, built with silver and gold for the most part of it, one of the many Cities of Gold in North America, and mining was abruptly discontinued when someone from the Underworld threatened them when they reached the dept of 384 metres, and when mining stopped, they flooded this Small Island altogether with the descending shafts so that no one can go down.
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All Cities of Gold (also known as White Cities) had river springs coming directly from the underworld where the water was purified, energized, and structured before it was sent back to the surface of the earth, and in old myths and legends this water was called 'Living Water'. There are legends which say that initiated people from the Old World could have revived a dead person back to life again by proper treatment with this Living Water.
Strange Creatures of the Great Lakes
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