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Sumerian artwork representing the Garden of Eden,

Adam and Eve some 5000 b.c.e.                                                               



Master Kut Humi Lal Singh, Maha Chohan, Prince O.M. Cherenzi Lind, 

the 9th Panchen Tashi Lama of Tibet, the first Tibetan lama to visit the U.S. (1933)



Quilotoa Crater Lake on top of Mt. Quilotoa,

1946-1949, Hermit Saint of the Andes  



Ven. Anagarika N. K. president of the Bodha Society of America                                                                                    

established in 1936 by the 9th Panchen ”Tashi”Lama


Carmelite Order Quito, Ecuador



The group in 1975 in Vilcabamba  


Johnny at Shambhala Sanctuary, near Vilcabamba, Ecuador, age 74, 1993



Dr. Johnny Lovewisdom writing the Buddhist Essene Gospel of Jesus 1993



At Cayambe at the foot of Mt. Cayambe,1998     


                                    Mt. Cayambe

Mt. Chimborazo, Ecuador Photo by: Maury McKinney, International Mountain Climbing School

Ecuador was touted the "New Tibet" by many Tibetan teachers due to it's many mountain peaks similar to the Himalayas. Chimborazo and Cayambe are competing for the closest point to the sun and the farthest from the center of the earth. An Ecuadorian author claims Cayambe is closer to the sun because it is closer to the equator thus more situated on the equatorial bulge. Everest in the Himalayas is the tallest mountain for shear altitude starting from sea level.          

The earth has greatest circumference, the highest sea level, and the least gravity at the Equator. The oceans at the north and south poles are 13.5 miles lower at sea level than at the equator, reason for which Mt. Chimborazo in Ecuador is 2.5 miles higher than Mt. Everest of Himalayas where sea level is 5.5 miles lower than in Ecuador. Thus with least gravity at the equator nuclear fallout tends to drift to the poles as it returns from space, giving Ecuador the least nuclear fallout from bomb testing anywhere on earth. The U.S. Public Health Service publication RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH DATA (Jan. 1960, near the heighth of atmospheric nuclear bomb testing) compiled comparative figures on the total daily intake of Stontium 90 by various countries. The comparative figures are as follows: United States 15.4 microcuries (mc), Germany 13.0 mc, United Kingdom 9.8 mc, Vietnam 8.3 mc, Japan 7.8 mc, Peru 2.8 mc, Ecuador 1.2 mc.

Dr. Norman French from the University of California published in December 1960 an article on the Amount of Strontium Radioactivity in Ecuador published in Ciencia y Naturaleza, the journal of the Natural Sciences Institute at Unversidad Central in Quito. The Atomic Energy Commision (AEC)  analyzed 45 samples of soil and 19 samples of beef cattle bone and reported the following figures for Rainfall and Strontium 90 fallout: Manta (Coast) 243 millimeters (mm), 1.8 mc (per square mile), Esmeraldas (Coast) 822 mm, 1.6 mc, San Lorenzo 2797 mm, 1. 6 mc, Quevedo 2484 mm, 5.5 mc, Santo Domingo 4015 mm, 2.7 mc, Aloag (Plateau) 940 mm, 1.6 mc, Quito 1364 mm, 1.4 mc, Calderon 960 mm, 0.6 mc, Guayllabamba 565 mm, 1.4 mc, Otavalo 1029 mm, 2.1 mc, Ibarra 743 m, 1.9 mc, Latacunga 272 mm, 1.4 mc, Ambato 472 mm, 0.7 mc, Banos 1249 mm, 0.5 mc, Puyo (Amazon, a short distance from Banos which is in the Andes) 3871 mm, 12.6 mc. The Amazon has the highest levels of fallout proving that fallout moves from east to west and that high mountains block Strontium 90 and therefore other fallout particles from being deposited in the soil.






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