THE LEGEND OF “EL DORADO”
THE HOLOGRAPHIC CITY OF GOLD
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.
Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Here I have scheduled the topic about the so-called "Legend of El Dorado" I will read the summary I did so that it is recorded:
A legend of a mythical city of gold exists, apparently originated in a ceremony of the muisca indians in which a cacique was submerged in the waters of the Guatavita lagoon, and then he was sprinkled with powdered gold. After that, he was submerged once again in the lagoon to get rid off the gold and deposit it in the lagoon.
At the same time the priests used to throw vessels and jewels of gold as offerings. This ritual disappeared but it gave origin to the legend of a mythical city of gold that was never found.
Several countries of South America claim to be the original placee of El Dorado, but many historians coincide that the Guatavita Lagoon, located at two hours from the north of Bogota, is the center of that legend.
A Hundred kilos of gold were extracted from this lagoon. But the government closed the lagoon and today its secret rests in its bottom.
Ruanel: Obviously the legend has to do with an extraterrestrial race. The offerings were directly for the aliens who were considered by the natives as gods.
Interlocutor: How was in fact this whole matter?
Ruanel: In that time there were in that area aliens similar to the homo sapiens. They had a similar constitution to the so-called “Friendship”.
Interlocutor: To the natives they should look like almost like gods. Did they Cohabit with them?
Ruanel: Correct, but their skin was totally golden, but not like pure gold but rather of a darkish tone.
Interlocutor: Was it something like a suntan?
Ruanel: A suntan that was almost dark like the black race of the planet Earth.
Interlocutor: Could we say that it was a copper color?
Ruanel: Yes, because that idea is closer to the color of their skin.
Interlocutor: How did the legend of a mythical city of gold arise?
Ruanel: During more than two hundred years there was an extraterrestrial ship in the bottom of the lagoon studying the ecology of the place.
There are two ways to get rid of onlookers, one of them is scaring them and the other is attracting them. If you are curious for something which is mine, If I were incarnated, I show it to you directly, although disguising it. And you, once you have satisfied your curiosity will leave me alone.
Interlocutor: That is to say that these aliens, instead of scaring them with holographic monsters like those of the Loch Ness…
Ruanel: They projected a holographic city…
Interlocutor: But it was a city the natives could never go to!
Ruanel: Of course.
Interlocutor: We are not talking about a dimensional opening or something like that Are we?
Ruanel: No, not at all.
Interlocutor: Concretely, then, it was a city in the air.
Ruanel: That’s right.
Interlocutor: Did they put some electronic obstacle so that they couldn't come closer and discover the trick?
Ruanel: No, because they walked toward it and they never arrived to it.
Interlocutor: Then the trick was that the city used to move away from them?
Ruanel: No, it was not like that, when they walked toward the city, the city disappeared.
Interlocutor: Now I understand, one could only see the city from afar.
Interlocutor: Everything then was kind of a trick to keep somehow amused to the natives with other things while they were doing their ecological researches peacefully...
Ruanel: Correct. Besides, the color of those extraterrestrials made them believe that they were golden beings and that the city was made of gold. This motivated to the natives to make propitiatory offerings and for that reason they celebrated ritual ceremonies where they used to throw to the waters of the lagoon golden objects, vessels, jewels, etc.
Interlocutor: Is there still gold in the lagoon or they already took everything out?
Ruanel: No, they didn't extract all the gold.
Interlocutor: Is the treasure over bottom of the lagoon or under it, in the mud?
Ruanel: It is under the bottom, buried in the mud.
Interlocutor: Is it valuable the gold that is there? I mean to the quantity of money that represents.
Ruanel: There must be several million dollars.
Interlocutor: Wow! How interesting! Where did those aliens come from?
Ruanel: From a star which is twin to Betelgeuse and rotates closer to it.
Interlocutor: What is the name of that star?
Ruanel: It doesn’ have a name, but the inhabitants call it "Aler."
Interlocutor: Aler 4?
Ruanel: No, Aler 5.
Interlocutor: How many light years is it from Earth?
Ruanel: It is relatively close, at 420 light years.
Interlocutor: In which year did they come here?
Ruanel: They came approximately in the year 1350.
Interlocutor: And when did they leave?
Ruanel: They left more or less in the 1600. They might have stayed like two centuries and a half.
Interlocutor: Did they abduct some natives?
Ruanel: No, they didn’t.
Interlocutor: Was that mythical city projected holographically over the lagoon?
Ruanel: No, not over the lagoon, but on one of the hillsides of the mountain.
Interlocutor: Was that projection very big?
Ruanel: Yes, it was big. Besides the natives could only see it from afar because when they came closer it disappeared, then it gave them the impression of being bigger than it was.
Interlocutor: Is the Guatavita lagoon where the natives offered the gold?
Interlocutor: Was the priest who officiated the ceremony maybe an extraterrestrial?
Ruanel: No, he was directly a native believer very imaginative, because he hallucinated more than he saw. Besides, his mental decoder had been altered due to the presence of those coppery beings.
Interlocutor: Were the aliens interested in the gold?
Ruanel: No, not at all, and the proof is that when they left they didn't take anything. Their interest was the study of the slime of the lagoon and the fauna of the surroundings. As they were peaceful they armed an entire "mise in scéne" to deviate the attention of the natives.
Interlocutor: Well, this is clarified and I believe that there is nothing more to say. Would it be something more to say on this?
Ruanel: No, the most important thing was already said.
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