Strange Secret Discovered Under Native American Soil

Strange Secret Discovered Under Native American Soil

by | published September 1st, 2018

While looking for India back in 1492, Christopher Columbus found the Americas.

Undeterred, he called the people he found there “Indians” anyway.

The indigenous people of the United States have claimed land here for centuries, living and working the land peacefully.

Today, there are 500 federally recognized Native American tribes, approximately 56.2 million acres of Native American land, and over 5 million Native Americans living in the U.S.

One Native American tribe not on that list is the Jumano tribe of West Texas.

Spanish records from the 16th to the 18th centuries refer to the Jumano Indians, and they’re also referenced in French records as well. The word “Jumano” was used to refer to three distinct peoples of the Southwest and South Plains.

Known for their nomadic culture, the Jumano tribe covered huge amounts of ground, and were often found far from their homeland of Texas, New Mexico, and northern Mexico.

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It’s generally believed that the Jumanos disappeared by the 1700s – when they vanished from historical records – via disease, slave trade, and warfare. Nowadays, there are no officially recognized Jumano.

But their culture was a rich, nomadic one of traders and buffalo hunters, and it played a significant role as middlemen between the Spanish colonies and other Indian tribes.

Due to their travels, the Jumanos presumably knew every inch of their land.

But even this indigenous tribe, after roaming the Texas desert for three centuries, hadn’t discovered what was right under their feet…

A Treasure Trove Beneath Historic Land

The Jumanos told no tales of legendary gold or silver deposits here.

But there was treasure beneath the dry and dusty desert regardless.

And centuries after the Jumano tribe disappeared from historical records, a man living out of a suitcase full of clothes scraped the money together to purchase a piece of this ancient plot of land.

His land was in a region holding something that even ancient Native Americans didn’t know was there.

And that something could be worth an estimated $1.4 trillion.

That’s trillion with a capital “T.”

Buried treasure of this magnitude doesn’t come around very often, and this is a historic treasure that the Financial Post has described as “the motherlode.”

This is about as valuable as the gold reserves of the top 40 countries placed in one big pile, and is nearly 3,000 times more valuable than the biggest headline-grabbing treasure haul in recent history.

But it won’t all just stay in the desert.

You could profit thanks to this massive treasure find, and all you have to do to learn how to do that is click here to read all my research about it.



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