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With the tools of modern science, proof of the Lost City comes out of the ground. We search in ways that our fathers never imagined. There are powerful reasons to search in Lee County, Iowa. God through His Prophet identified the place. There are 12,000 acres of cornfields that have traces of thousands of fire pits. There are millions of magnetic images, all plotted on digital maps, that outline North America's largest 4th-century city. Zarahemla's long-promised unveiling is happening with a technology that is comparable to a MRI scan. The city comes out of the dust fulfilling ancient prophecies found in the Book of Mormon and the Old Testament.
The important work has begun. The SENSYS MX V3 equipment is flying from Germany to Iowa where we will scan 1,000 acres with the proven technologies that our friends in Germany have developed. Magnetometry measuring differential forces by nano-Teslas plots within a tolerance of +/- 0.25" on GPS grids the locations of thousands of fire pits and post holes for a lost city that has been in the ground for more than 1,600 years. When we have finished the scanning, we will see where more than 100,000 people lived when Mormon as a young eleven-year boy stepped off the boat in 322 A.D. with his father onto the river's landing and saw for himself that Great City of Zarahemla.
How does a battle carefully detailed in the Book of Mormon in Alma Chapter 2 lead us straight to the city of Zarahemla? This one of the most inclusive pieces of evidence that connects all the other discoveries for the area.
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We are putting together the details for our Expedition for the Discovery of Zarahemla. The schedule of events is in the planning stage. We want to bring it to the attention of those people who have made donations to support this research. We invite donors to come and see what will come out of the ground and water. When it comes to the discovery of Book of Mormon geography, we know of no other events that are more serious when than these. You will have a chance to become familiar with the sonar images from the bottom of the River Sidon where Alma crossed with his army during the time of harvest in 87 B.C. The search will succeed because you are willing to support the Heartland Research Group in its efforts to find the lost city of Zarahemla. We know that this is important work and will only grow from here. If we were to find only 0.1% of what was once Zarahemla, we would still find more than a ton of evidence.
We know that the open house will have an important impact at the grassroots level. Content for social media will come out of our August expedition and that will greatly affect our ability to raise money and awareness for our research. If you want to participate in these events, please contact us by return email.
We have just booked (blocked) 15 rooms at https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/baymont/keokuk-iowa/baymont-inn-and-suites-keokuk/overview?CID=LC:BU::GGL:RIO:National:46410&iata=00093796 for $52.99 per night.
Some are double rooms and others are single rooms. Depending on the need. The rooms are on hold until July 31st under the name of Heartland Research.
This is business class accommodation. The motel is located close to Nauvoo and the River Sidon crossing. There are conference rooms, a swimming pool, and a gym. Good restaurants are close by.
You have until July 31st to make reservations. Call this number. Tell them that the room is blocked under the name of Heartland Research. I made the reservations through Courtney. You may ask her if there are any questions concerning your booking.
Baymont by Wyndham Keokuk
325 Main Street, Keokuk, Iowa 52632
When we find Zarahemla we will have the key that will unlock the door to the physical truth of the Book of Mormon.
We are working with people who have degrees in higher education and have developed the latest technologies for locating the remains of cities and human habitation.
We are using the tools of modern archaeology to locate evidence for the ancient city of Zarahemla. We have successfully used SENSYS Technolgies from Germany in discovering six round houses in Ohio that are 2,000 years old.
We are limiting our research to 10,000 acres of farmland that are on the west bank of the Mississippi across from Nauvoo. Wayne May will take the lead in providing direction for the discovery of the most important city in the Book of Mormon.
You have to look for it before you can find it. We believe that there are good reasons to look on the west bank of the Mississippi in Lee County, Iowa. The reasons come from a reading of the Book of Mormon as it relates to the movements of those ancient people as well as from the surface. We already know that there is ancient human habitation in the area as evidenced by existing earth mounds.
In December 2018 we found 7 roundhouses in Glenford, Ohio that are 2,000 years old. It took less than a day to do this investigation. The results were accepted and printed by the Ohio Archaeological Society. This Society was founded in 1941 and is the oldest and largest archaeological society in the United States. The Society was organized to discover and conserve archaeological sites and material in Ohio; to seek and promote a better understanding among students and collectors of archaeological material, both professional and non-professional; and to disseminate knowledge on the subject of archaeology. The Society's membership is made up of people from all walks of life, from every state in the nation, many foreign countries, including libraries, historical societies, colleges, and universities. This is the standard of work that the Heartland Research Group has already done. We will apply the same standards of research to our search for the City of Zarahemla. We are working with the best technology in the world coming from Germany. We are ready to begin the search in earnest. Donate $10 a month to help Wayne May find the Lost City of Zarahemla.
There is no other place in the world that can produce more consumable calories of food than the million square miles that are part of the Mississippi and St. Lawrence watersheds. Think of St. Louis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chicago, Detroit, Madison, and Toronto. North America could not be a great power without its Heartland. Would there be any of the ancient civilizations of Egypt, India, and China without the Nile, Ganges, and Yellow river basins? The Romans were a great empire only as long as they controlled the grain from the Nile and waterways of the European Great Plains. Ancient empires were rooted in soils of riverbasins that provided a surplus of food for the support of large armies. Large armies in the Book of Mormon required good soils and plenty of water from the Heartland.
The large armies in AD 384 at the end of the Book of Mormon required at least 2,000 x 700,000 = 1,400,000,000 pounds of foodstuff to be delivered on the riverways up to Cumorah. That magnitude of food could only have come from the great watersheds of the Mississippi and St. Lawrence. The Great City of Zarahemla was great because it was on the Sidon River. The City of St. Louis is great because it is on the Mississippi River.
My friends, if you want to find the City of Zarahemla, you have to look in a place where a great city would have been supported by great agricultural lands. Those lands, anciently and currently, have soil, water, and climate to produce more than 10 million calories per acre. The early Europeans were surprised to see the tens of thousands of acres of corn that Native Americans cultivated in the St. Lawrence River basin. There are more than 5,000 ancient earth mounds in Ohio which were built by people who controlled the great agricultural regions of the river basins. Of all the places in the world, any good farmer would soon recognize that this place is "bountiful", "a land of promise", and "choice above all other".