There have been rumors about an underground base near Sedona for decades. The locals have many interesting stories. For example, Hoss told me about a winged tubular spaceship seen flying over Sedona by many witnesses. He described it as larger than conventional aircraft, moving absolutely silently at high velocity. He said that eventually so many people reported it, that the government finally admitted that it was a NASA spaceship designed to replace the Space Shuttle. Of course this begs the question of where it was flying from and where it landed. Our stout guide confirmed his belief in an underground base and pointed out how primordial volcanic lava tubes already provide convenient underground access to the canyons. After hearing about the tunnels, rumors of an underground base in Secret Canyon were beginning to seem more probable.
While the existence of a base is nearly uncontroversial with locals, conspiracy lore entails rival alien bases in addition to the defense department facility. One witness who happened upon the base by accident was “accosted at gunpoint by a soldier wearing United Nations insignia.” We might have captured evidence of other top secret aircraft without even realizing it at the time.
Shelley Putnam captured this triangle UFO as it flew by in the distance. The pine tree offers perspective and the sharp triangle shape appears like a three dimensional object in the distance would, if it were heading toward Secret Canyon. Arizona is famous for the Phoenix Lights case involving an enormous triangle that flew over that major city. Like that craft, this one also flew silently. In fact, we didn’t notice it in the image until we returned home to analyze the photos. The tree gives some scale and implies a large three dimensional object some distance away.
Daniel Wright, the graphic artist who does our book covers, did some Photoshop analysis below:
Wright says about the image above: “I did a force enlargement and then attempted a simple recreation of what I saw in the photograph on 3 layers (top) main points of light small (left) bars of connected light (right) soft general glows. I figured by enlarging and sort of ‘mapping’ the main patterns of light I could help identify [what the shape is].” We also sent the photo to Stan Deyo.
Deyo offered, “I performed a number of analyses of this photo. As you can see there are two possibly three dark spots along the near edge of the craft. The far edge lights are all illuminated while the near edge is partially illuminated. If the illumination is a function of propulsion then perhaps the craft was turning so one side was more illuminated than the other. The dark circular spots may indicate that the bright lights are generated between two poles… possibly.”
We are not suggesting this is an extraterrestrial craft but rather the more humble claim that it remains unidentified and is appropriately dubbed a UFO. Admittedly, most black triangle UFO Sightings reported to MUFON are closed and marked “identified.” When so ruled, they are almost always terrestrial aircraft of some sort. Either way, our triangle craft may support the presence of a secret underground base in the fortuitously christened Secret Canyon. Our triangle might even be something exotic like the classified TR-3B antigravity spacecraft. Most likely there are more than a few skunk works craft being tested over the desert. One can watch a triangle being escorted by planes on YouTube at the footnote here: While talk of underground bases often suggests an aluminum foil milliner marketing ploy, fantastic stories are nothing new to Sedona.
Although the idea that there are alien bases near Secret Mountain is labeled a conspiracy theory, it is not without decent anecdotal evidence. A case from the summer of 1992 of an “out of this world” military escort would naturally suggest an alien presence. Dannelly wrote, “What makes this sighting particularly amazing is that the flying disk was being accompanied by four fighter jets in formation!” The local witness who remains anonymous for obvious reasons was with a Vietnam veteran, who went by the name Wolfdancer. He had been in Sedona a month after spending many weeks around Mount Shasta California capturing UFOs on video. The two men were in the Dry Creek area trying to spot UFOs, when a flying disk accompanied by four fighter planes appeared in broad daylight over Capitol Butte toward Secret Mountain. According to the remaining witness, Wolfdancer even “had footage of what appeared to be portals opening up near the summit of the mountain and UFOs flying into them!” Unfortunately, he went missing shortly after this incident. Given the suspicious circumstances, his sudden disappearance suggests foul play.
It should not surprise us that the military has secret bases in the desert. Of course they need to develop and test top secret fighter jets and spy craft. After talking to local residents and surveying message boards, we found that many people “personally witnessed black helicopters flying in formation towards the Long Canyon/Boynton Canyon area and other peculiar military activity.” The interdimensional hypothesis explains UFO behavior that defies known physical laws. Dannelley writes, “As for the manner in which the flying disk disappeared, we may theorize that there are some type of ‘portals’ in, around, or above Sedona that can be used to jump between the space/time location of Sedona and points unknown, presumably other star systems.” He suspects the military, “may be attempting to control some of these portals.”
Concerning the portals, we can’t help notice that, even in New Age literature, more often than not, something dark and sinister is often implied. According to ancient prophecy, the dark trajectory culminates when the portals open. “And he opened the bottomless pit; and there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the smoke of a great furnace; and the sun and the air were darkened by reason of the smoke of the pit” (Revelation 9:2) and the prince of the power of the air is cast down. The heavenly host will proclaim, “Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time” (Revelation 12:12). As scary as dimensional denizens might seem, we are encouraged by the words of our Lord, “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh” (Luke 21:28).
Are the doorways of the earth set to open in fantastic fulfillment of the end times? And who are the “Immortals” that wait behind them, poised to rapidly arrive through them the moment the command is given?
An ambitious project like On the Path of the Immortals requires a discussion of concepts and terminology. First, we will define what is meant by “the immortals.” After that, an introduction to the interdimensional portal is offered, along with a brief discussion of several sites in continental US. Finally, we address the impetus for such a project as a function of biblical end-time prophecy. Our friend Chuck Missler believes that “we are being plunged into a period of time about which the Bible says more than it does about any other period of human history—including the time that Jesus walked the shore of the Sea of Galilee and climbed the mountains of Judea!”[i] In accepting that premise, it is a very exciting time to be alive, and the content within our upcoming book and SkyWatch TV Special Investigative Report (EXCLUSIVELY available to people that get the book from SkyWatch TV during the limited time promo period) will prove useful to the motivated student of prophecy.
Who Are the “Immortals”?
The obvious starting point is to be specific as to exactly whose path we are on. Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines “immortal” as one “exempt from death” or “imperishable.” It is important to note that this is not the same as “eternal,” which the same reference defines as “having infinite duration.” The key idea is that the immortal has a beginning in time, but the eternal has always been.
The psalmist addresses the angels (Hebrew: malak) and hosts (Hebrew: tsaba):
Praise ye him, all his angels: Praise ye him, all his hosts. Let them praise the name of the Lord: For he commanded, and they were created.…
He hath also established them for ever and ever: He hath made a decree which shall not pass. (Psalm 148: 2, 5–6)
In this passage, we see two groups of created beings who do not die: angels and hosts. However, it is more accurate to view these as job descriptions rather as than types of beings.
Beginning with an ancient book called Celestial Hierarchy, purported to be authored by the Athenian convert Dionysius of New Testament fame (Acts 17:34), one encounters two thousand years’ worth of angelology as a branch of academic theological study. However, this reflects the common error of defining “angel” as a type of being. For example, someone might say it was not a human, but an angel, who rolled away the stone of Jesus’ tomb. The term malak is the Hebrew equivalent of the English “messenger,”[ii] and there were both human and supernatural malakim, including the Angel of the Lord. A scholarly resource supports this plea for newfound precision in terminology: “The translation of malak by ‘angel’ in English Bibles obscures the ancient Israelite perception of the divine realm. Where English ‘angel’ is the undifferentiating term for all of God’s supernatural assistants, malak originally could be applied only to those assistants whom God dispatched on missions as messengers.”[iii] Similarly, the Hebrew word tsaba, “hosts,” is a military term and is often translated “armies.”[iv] Of course, there are human and supernatural armies as well. Accordingly, a term like “immortals” is more precise and, we believe, useful for references to supernatural beings.
Among the immortals, we are honing in on a particular group who likely play leading roles in the eschatological scenario that we find ourselves living in the midst of. Among the immortals, divine messengers are usually depicted as indistinguishable from human beings (Hebrews 13:2; Genesis 19:1–22 and 32:25–31; Daniel 8:15; Luke 24:4; and Acts 1:10), but other times they are depicted in overwhelmingly supernatural terms (Daniel 10:6; Matthew 28:3). Apparently, they are ordered in ranks, because some are referred to as “archangels,” while others are simply “angels” (1 Thessalonians 4:16; Jude 9). Because most of these appearances recorded in Scripture are of male messengers, it is commonly assumed that there are no female angels.
In Sense and Nonsense about Angels and Demons, Kenneth Boa and Robert Bowman conclude that “angels can appear in bodily form, but they don’t come in male and female varieties.”[v] However, the authors simply ignore or overlook contrary biblical evidence. The prophet Zechariah recorded a vision entailing two female supernatural entities with wings on a divinely appointed mission:
Then lifted I up mine eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came out two women, and the wind was in their wings; for they had wings like the wings of a stork: and they lifted up the ephah between the earth and the heaven. (Zechariah 5:9, emphasis added)
A stork is an unclean bird to the Hebraic mindset. Furthermore, these winged women are carrying another woman only identified as “Wickedness” (Zechariah 5:8). On one hand, it seems likely that these women are fallen angels, but on the other hand, one could argue that because it was a divinely appointed mission, it was not indicative of their status. Either way, the idea that the immortals are exclusively male seems to be based more on male-dominated tradition than on biblical exegesis.
Another dogma similarly lacking in support, but commonly assumed, is the belief that the immortals are fundamentally incorporeal, or without bodies. However, many passages indicate physicality. When Abraham was visited by three immortals on the plains of Mamre, they walked, talked, sat, and ate the food he prepared (Genesis 18:1–8). Also, the writer of Hebrews reminds us to “be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares” (Hebrews 13:2), an admonition that carries no force, given their immateriality. From these examples, most theologians surmise that although they are incorporeal, they can appear as physical beings when it suits their purposes. But why must we assume their natural state is incorporeity?
The tradition is largely based on the opinion of Thomas Aquinas, famously known as the “Angelic Doctor,” who argued that things of the spirit realm consist of spirit, but things of the earthly realm consist of matter (earth). Yet, Aquinas assumed the pagan cosmology of Aristotle, which held that there are four elements (earth, fire, water, and air). Aristotle’s doctrine of natural place demanded that material beings were “of earth” and that beings like angels, residing in the heavens, were “of air” and could not be physical. Of course, Aristotelian cosmology has been discredited by science, so one wonders why such theological conclusions based on its tenets are still so widely accepted.
Other theologians do offer a biblical rationale for the tradition that the immortals are fundamentally incorporeal. For example, Boa and Bowman make this case from Scripture:
In biblical accounts of their visits to human beings, angels generally seem to appear suddenly and then disappear without any explanation. For example, when the women discovered Jesus’ tomb to be empty and the stone rolled away, Luke tells us, “Suddenly, two men in dazzling clothes stood beside them,” causing the women to fall on the ground in terror (Luke 24:4–5). (John refers to these two individuals as “angels” in John 20:12; see also Luke 24:22–23.) So, when angels did appear, their physical forms were evidently temporary ones taken for the purpose of interacting with human beings and not their own intrinsic forms.[vi]
There seems to be an assumed premise that only incorporeal entities can appear and disappear suddenly. Given that, the argument is structured as such:
1) Only incorporeal beings can appear and disappear suddenly.
2) Angels appear and disappear suddenly.
3) Therefore, angels are incorporeal beings.
But is this sound reasoning? An argument is valid when its conclusion follows from its premises, and it is sound when, in addition, its premises are true. This argument is valid but not necessarily sound. Why? Premise 1 that “only incorporeal beings can appear and disappear suddenly” is simply assumed without any supporting evidence. There are many possible explanations for why these beings seem to appear and disappear.
A biblical counterexample is Jesus’ sudden postresurrection appearance in a locked room to the astonished disciples:
Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. (John 20:19)
Eight days later, Jesus again appeared in a locked room and asked Thomas to touch His wounded body (John 20:28). Theologians would not likely argue that Jesus was inherently incorporeal from those appearances, so we conclude that the argument for the incorporeity of the immortals, based on sudden appearances and vanishings, is not sound. We offer the extradimensional hypothesis as a better explanation.
A being existing in dimensions beyond our observable three dimensions would seem to appear abruptly as it entered our space and disappear just as quickly as it left. For example, if a three-dimensional pencil were to pass through a two-dimensional “stick figure” world on a sheet of paper, the pencil would suddenly appear as a small point growing to the width of the pencil, remain the same size as its length slides through, and then abruptly disappear. Should the two-dimensional, stick-figure eyewitnesses to this visitation conclude that pencils are nonphysical beings? Hardly… Therefore, when angels seem to appear at will, they might be taking advantage of extra unseen dimensions. We are not given enough information to make dogmatic statements about the nature of the immortals—some who completely defy the classification “angel.”
While the angels appear in male (Daniel 10:5) and female (Zechariah 5:9) human forms, not all of the immortals are so friendly to the eyes. Biblical scholar S. A. Meier points out that “an early Israelite from the period of the monarchy would probably not have identified the theriomorphic [having an animal form] cherubim and seraphim as malakim ‘messengers,’ for the frightful appearance of these creatures made them unlikely candidates to serve as mediators of God’s message to humans.”[vii] Because the Bible never mentions these immortals functioning as messengers, the classification “angel” is a misnomer.
Isaiah describes the heavenly throne room and its attendant Seraphim:
Above it stood the seraphims: each one had six wings; with twain he covered his face, and with twain he covered his feet, and with twain he did fly.
And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts: The whole earth is full of his glory. (Isaiah 6:2–3)
The Hebrew is simply transliterated to “seraphim” in English Bibles, obscuring its true meaning. In later chapters of Isaiah, when sarap appears alongside the Hebrew verb uph for “flying,”[viii] it is rendered “fiery flying serpent” (Isaiah 14:29 and 30:6). The meaning should not be controversial. In addition to the four occurrences in Isaiah, the word sarap has three occurrences in the Torah, all of which refer to snakes (Numbers 21:6, 8; Deuteronomy 8:15). Scholarly consensus affirms that “the Seraphim are now generally conceived as winged serpents with certain human attributes.”[ix]
And, as the reader will discover, they are among the “Immortals” set to come through end times doorways very soon. This is the most overlooked aspect of end-times prophecy, and we believe it is imminent. Thus the timely research in our upcoming book and exclusive DVD.
TO BE CONTINUED…
NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME, ON THE PATH OF THE IMMORTALS REVEALS…
- Caught on film! Hyperdimensional denizens and their craft on exclusive footage!
- Unveiled! What Mt. Graham really is, and why NASA is seeking “Dark Matter” there
- Confirmed by Scientists! The Milky Way’s galactic transport system
- The role of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider and its search for portals
- New secrets from Gobekli tepe, Baalbek, and of the coming immortals
- The worldwide grid that ties “them” all together
- Unearthed! Giants, cryptids, and their mysterious “gates”
- The Ancient Native American prophecy that predicts destruction of the USA
- The Vatican’s “vortex” and the power it is generating
- Filmed! A dimensional portal on famous “Bradshaw Ranch” and the light-being that came out of it just as a gigantic v-shaped craft buzzed our team (also filmed).
- Discovered! The 6-toed giants and fallen reptilian “savior” that wiped out the Anasazi!
- What the Bible pre-told about the gateways and the beings that wait behind them.
In On the Path of the Immortals, internationally acclaimed, investigative authors Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam continue the greatest investigation of our time by exposing the facts kept hidden from the public by elitists and intellectuals who are planning mankind’s assimilation under a coming “savior,” one whom the prophet Daniel foresaw as “an alien god.”
 Personal email Daniel Wright to author Cris Putnam January 23, 2015.
 Personal email Stan Deyo to author Cris Putnam January 25, 2015.
 “TR-3B Anti-Gravity Spacecrafts” http://www.military.com/video/aircraft/military-aircraft/tr-3b-aurora-anti-gravity-spacecrafts/2860314511001/
 Richard Dannelley, Sedona UFO Connection, (Sedona AZ, Light technology: 1993), 56.
 Dannelly, Sedona UFO, 57.
 A representative example from SedonaMystic at Above Top Secret.com, http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread705082/pg1#pid11510342
 Dannelley, Sedona UFO Connection, 58.
[i] Chuck Missler, “Bible Study: It’s Time to Get Serious,” KHouse (accessed February 11, 2015).
[ii] Francis Brown, Samuel Rolles Driver, and Charles Augustus Briggs, Enhanced Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon (Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, 2000), 521.
[iii] S. A. Meier, “Angel I,” ed. Karel van der Toorn, Bob Becking, and Pieter W. van der Horst, Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible(Leiden; Boston; Köln; Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge: Brill; Eerdmans, 1999), 47.
[iv] Brown, Driver, and Briggs, Enhanced Hebrew and English Lexicon, 838.
[v] Kenneth D. Boa, Robert M. Bowman Jr., Sense and Nonsense about Angels and Demons, (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2009), Kindle Location 503.
[vii] Meier, “Angel I,” Dictionary of Deities and Demons, 47.
[viii] Robert L. Thomas, New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries: Updated Edition (Anaheim: Foundation Publications, 1998).
[ix] T. N. D. Mettinger, “Seraphim,” ed. Karel van der Toorn, Bob Becking, and Pieter W. van der Horst, Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible (Leiden; Boston; Köln; Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge: Brill; Eerdmans, 1999), 742.