Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's
Eugene Ray 1970's. photo credit: Tom Davis

Wednesday, July 24, 2013


                +AUGUSTUS le PLONGEON+
      >the audacious and psychic archaeologist<
          >who found the magical, fascinating<
               >under twenty five feet of the<
                >rich jungle soil using extra<
                     >sensory perception<
                +WENT TO NEW ORLEANS+
             >with his young and talented wife<                    
                          +(ALICE DIXON)+
             >for the cotton centennial fair held<
              >on the old Foucher plantation in<
                       >couldn't raise funds<
                 Google : Eugene Ray Architect
                                   LE PLONGEON
        >the le Plongeon's Diffusion Theory would<
             >have received important support at<
                          +POVERTY POINT+
                >near the old louisiana town of<

                    +TONIGHT'S PHOTOS+
                      +CONE PYRAMIDS+
              >links Poverty Point to La Venta<
                   +"ANCIENT AMERICAN"+
             >magazine article in current issue<
                          +MUST READ+
               >by dr Robert N. List as source<
                    >of tonight' photographs<

  #1).              +POVERTY POINT+
        >the rare CONE pyramid linking La Venta<
              >to Poverty Point is seen in this<
                  +AERIAL PERSPECTIVE+

  #2).                +MASTER PLAN+
           >the builders of Poverty Point moved<
                >in baskets ? the equivalent of<
                   >dump truck loads of soil<
                          +OR DID THEY+ ?
                    ( see "Ancient Alien" view )

   #3).                   +LA VENTA+
                  >giant stone Olmec heads<
                    >found near Vera Cruz<
              +NUBIAN OR ANCIENT ALIEN+ 
                   +POVERTY POINT LINK+
                (>the Egypto-African features<
                    >but with space helmets<) ! ?

  #4).             +LA VENTA REGION+                                   
             >in the late 1970s I led a field trip<
                 >to La Venta & the Yucatan<
                      (+LOUISIANA LINK+)
            >we took hundreds of photographs<
             >and made a video documentary<
               >available in the sdsu av dept< 

   #5.            +EGYPTIAN SHIPS+
         >carved on this stone reflect the vital<
                     +COPPER TRADE+
          >linking Louisiana with Mexico and<
                     +ANCIENT EGYPT+

                  >(holographic universe)<
  #A).  >Ray, de Bresse, Dunbar, La Plongeon<
              >synergetic at Poverty Point with<
                >Zecharia Sitchin Connection< 
  #B).   >Grand fathers Ray and Staigg with<
                  +COTTON CENTENNIAL+
            >links on the old Foucher Plantation<
                 >w/ it's great DeGruy history<
  #C).    >Louisiana St Tammany Parish link<
               >to Egyptian copper ships in the<
                         +PEARL RIVER+
                 ( >friends and relatives here< 
                       >DeGruy Plantation< )
             >google : Eugene Ray Architect<
                    +SAN SOUCI FOREST+
                  Eugene Ray, mfa, Architect
                   Professor Emeritus, sdsu

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