Brewer cave, carbon dating


Brewer cave, carbon dating
    Brewers cave, an ancient repository of records and giant mummies? searching for the truth. While doing some research in some archives, I accidentally stumbled onto a fascinating story of a man who found an ancient tomb in central Utah. This tomb housed a metallic library that was placed in stone box's, then wrapped with juniper bark and covered with pine pitch. There were also two stone sarcofiguses with giant mummies in them, one male and one female with crowns and breast plates. This story seemed to far fetched to waste my time on, but with all the info I had I started to track it down. I located some of the artifacts that came out of this tomb, so we (the AHRF) had tests done on them. What we found shocked us!!! www.ahrfoundation.com    www.ancientlosttreaures.com
    
    UP DATE, SEE THE UNTOLD STORIES OF BREWERS CAVE HERE:
    
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ab2jZYFeGY
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    Terry Carter
    51 W. center #304
    Orem, Utah 84057
    huntershdt@gmail.com
    
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    1. Good talk about obviously controversial topics. Very open-minded discussion. Wish I could have seen the show of hands for wheat versus tares.

    2. So since the speaker brought this up, it is worth mentioning: Utah is home to belief in the Cumorah plates. I think a common mistake we all make including we scientists, is to shoehorn new discoveries into our narrow understanding. Brien Forster and Terry Carter have done a good job of not doing this. Look at Brien’s work – it is compelling. And for Utahns, remember the account of the Cumorah vault of records – we only have a small fraction of the big picture.

    3. Terry thank you for sharing this. Probably one of the most important verifications of the past 30 years or so. Basically what you and others researched is proven to have substance.
      Now, if we can just get the professionals to follow up without bias, arresting people, burying it in the Smithsonian, or cover up…

    4. Wait for iittttt.. They are either looking for money or fame or want to start a new religion. don't waste your time. Go to Jason Colavito for facts.

    5. if you people that make the stupid remarks knew the story behind the Brewer cave you wouldn't be so quick to judge. But oh what have you done to contribute to society. Find anything besides what's in the 4 walls of your house? Your remarks would really matter if you could show anything of any importance besides trying to find ways to put others down. Do some real research for yourself and maybe you will find reason to help or just congratulate someone's else's findings.