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This is a pastel created by Carole Bowker of “Cerro Polvadera” across the street from the front of the Inn ‼️
For those of you asking about my vacation... I ended up going to northern New Mexico and rented a house in Abiquiu right by the lake. If you’ve ever debated on going to visit the area, DO IT! It’s is beautiful, peaceful and has views for days. I also visited Ghost Ranch and had Abiquiu Inn for lunch. Recommend both!
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Stayed here in June. A most delightful time!
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There are several sub Táchii’niih within the major group, one of the stories is that Táchii’niih came out of Grand Canyon

How did Táchii’niih get it’s name? When viewing the Canyon flat terrain horizontally, you will see reddish streaks so it’s the natural scenes of environment where people lives they becomes Táchii’niih, that means anybody that lives down in the canyon are Táchii’niih clans

Is there Náádą́ą́'Diné’e Táchii’niih Egyptians? Is there Nat’oh Diné’e Táchii’niih? Egyptian Táchii’niih?

Bįįh is universal since ancient times as part of humanity, it associates with both Egyptian and Navajos plus corn, Ts’aa’, in the 5th world there red Ochre images all over with body Egyptian like, Navajo Windway Deities like, interesting subjects

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This is an old one like 1908 or so? In Phoenix Gazette? I been out on north of Lee’s ferry it’s nice also Egyptian strongholds I hear!

An Underground City of Giants Discovered in the Grand Canyon?
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Even with advances in modern day archaeology, most of the world’s buried cities still remain a mystery. Amazing discoveries require great efforts and sometimes, an even greater amount of luck. If we were to trust Early 20th Century Journalism, we would learn that serendipity led to the doorstep of the most famous and fascinating underground city of giants discovered to date.

According to an article published in The Arizona Gazette on April 5, 1909, the Grand Canyon was once home to a civilization that most likely consisted of individuals of cyclopean proportions. If such a civilization ever lived, surely it would have left behind some structure as a testament of its existence.


The article mentions the discovery of an enormous underground citadel by an explorer named G.E. Kinkaid, who stumbled upon it while rafting on the Colorado River. It is worth mentioning that Kinkaid was an established archaeologist and had financial backing from the Smithsonian Institute.

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The entrance to the city was at the end of a tunnel that stretched for almost a mile underground.

First, I would point out that the cavern is nearly inaccessible,” Kinkaid wrote. “The entrance is 1,486 feet down the sheer canyon wall. It is located on government land and no visitor will be allowed there under penalty of trespass.”

[…]Above a shelf which hid it from view from the river, was the mouth of the cave. When I saw the chisel marks on the wall inside the entrance, I became interested, secured my gun and went in.”

The architecture suggested the builders of the underground city possessed advanced engineering skills.

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The central hub of the subterranean city was a mammoth chamber out of which passageways radiated like spokes on a wheel. The walls of the main chamber were adorned with copper weapons and tablets covered in hieroglyphic symbols, not dissimilar to those found in Egypt. Another finding that pointed to an Egyptian link were the mummified bodies, by far the most intriguing things inside the citadel.

No mummy measured less than 9 feet and all of them were wrapped in dark linen. Kinkaid wrote he had stood one of them up and photographed it by flashlight, but that photo is nowhere to be found.

Further exploration revealed something about the religion of the city’s giant inhabitants:

Over a hundred feet from the entrance is the cross-hall, several hundred feet long, in which I found the idol, or image, of the people’s god, sitting cross-legged, with a lotus flower or lily in each hand.

The cast of the face is oriental, and so is the carving of this cavern. The idol almost resembles Buddha, though the scientists are not certain as to what religion it represents.”

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The article records the discovery of pottery and instruments, all bearing the signs of having originated elsewhere in the world. Such a melange of cultures is rarely encountered in archaeological finds, making this discovery one of unprecedented importance.

The last chamber that awaited exploration was what Kinkaid and his partner, Prof. S. A. Jordan, believed to be a ceremonial crypt. It was located at the end of the large room where all the other mummies had been found.

There is one chamber of the passageway which is not ventilated, and when we approached it a deadly, snaky smell struck us. Our light would not pe*****te the gloom, and until stronger ones are available we will not know what the chamber contains.

Some say snakes, but others think it may contain a deadly gas or chemicals used by the ancients.

The whole underground installation gives one of shaky nerves and the creeps,”

In this Canyon area were such names as the Cheops Pyramid, the Buddha Cloister, Buddha Temple, Manu Temple and Shiva Temple. Was there any relationship between these places and the alleged Egyptian discoveries in the Grand Canyon?

A state archaeologist at the Grand Canyon said that the early explorers had Egyptian and Hindu names, but it was true that this area was off limits to hikers or other visitors, because of “dangerous caves”.

Indeed, this entire area named after the Egyptian’s and Hindu’s in the Grand Canyon is a forbidden zone – no one is allowed into this large area. Our research could only conclude that this was the area where the vaults were located. Today, this area is still curiously off limits to hikers and even, in large part, to park personnel. Conspiracy theorist John Rhodes once said he knew the exact location of the entrance to the city but that it was guarded 24/7 by soldiers carrying M-16 rifles. Another idea floating around the internet says that the underground city now serves as a museum for the shadowy ruling class.

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Navajos in the World Heritages!

Great morning Abiquiu community from Navajo country

Recuay are pre ceramic culture of ancient South America

Navajos and Ancient Recuay of South America

Ancient Pre-ceramic Recuay Cotton culture of South America are similar to the Navajo culture today as of yesteryear with Recuay people, the ancient images of Recuay and Navajo contemporary ceremonial and non ceremonial images are alike despite the authorities of academia and are very distinct as with the Navajos >>

"Recuay, pre-Columbian culture and site near present-day Recuay in the Callejón de Huaylas Valley of the northern highlands of Peru. Recuay culture dates to the Early Intermediate Period (c. 200 bc–ad 600) and was contemporaneous with the Moche culture of the neighbouring northern coast. Recuay is best known for its distinctive pottery, which features a type of decoration in three colours and a style of modeling in which small figures of men, jaguars, llamas, and other animals are affixed to the vessel. Recuay stone carving is related to that of the Pucará and Tiwanaku cultures."

http://www.britannica.com/topic/Recuay
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A True New Mexico experience. Rooms, Casitas, Drumlin House, Turnagrove, Cafe Abiquiu, Gift Shop, Gallery, Sculpture Garden, La Sala Rosa and La Terraza for social events and gatherings.

www.abiquiuinn.com Unique casitas with kiva fireplaces, viga ceilings and natural amenities. The beautiful new Drumlin House an intimate 2 bedroom, 2 bath house situated on a small rise to the pasture on the grounds. Café Abiquiu features wonderful Northern New Mexico cuisine, craft beer & wine and now offers espresso drinks. Explore The Shop - and find a wonderful selection of art and silver jewe

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Photos from El Rito Art Association and Arts Festival's post

Photos from Abiquiú Dome's post 05/20/2022

Photos from Abiquiú Dome's post

05/19/2022

Portrait of Patrick Brady by David Michael Kennedy
Studio Stop #16

05/18/2022

FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO. ITS OFFICIAL!!

We’re headed your way!

What: Native American Comedy Jam 5

When: Saturday July 23rd

Where: Farmington Civic Auditorium

Who: TONIA JO HALL, TATANKA MEANS, KASEY NICHOLSON, DONOVAN ARCHAMBAULT

Guest Host: ASHLEY CALLINGBULL

Musical guest: SPUR POURIER

Tickets go on sale Thursday May 19th at 10am MST

Get your tickets at www.nativeAmericancomedyjam.com

Limited VIP Meet and Greet tickets will be sold separately from the show ticket. There will be two separate links.

05/12/2022

My office and Senator Martin Heinrich's office will be holding mobile office hours today to provide direct assistance to New Mexicans affected by the wildfires. Details below:

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U2's Bono and the Edge held a concert in a Kyiv subway station in support of Ukraine

U2's Bono and the Edge held a concert in a Kyiv subway station in support of Ukraine The musicians said they were performing in Kyiv at the invitation of Ukraine's president. They played acoustic versions of U2 hits and also shared the "stage" with the Ukrainian band Antytila.

05/11/2022

🚨Food needed for our shelter pets!🚨We’ve been directing donations of food to pets displaced and to pets left behind, like this big load delivered to the fire camp in Las Vegas, where heroic firefighters have been filling gallon bags of kibble to pack with them to feed strays and pets left behind in addition to farm animals. Now we need to resupply our own pantry to feed the pets we are sheltering and those we have evacuated: kibble and canned food needed for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.

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Photos from El Rito Art Association and Arts Festival's post 05/11/2022

Photos from El Rito Art Association and Arts Festival's post

New Mexican Raven Chacon Wins 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Music 05/10/2022

New Mexican Raven Chacon Wins 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Music

New Mexican Raven Chacon Wins 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Music ‘Voiceless Mass’ composer is first Diné composer to win the award

Jill Biden visits Ukraine, making her first solo trip to a combat zone as first lady 05/08/2022

Jill Biden visits Ukraine, making her first solo trip to a combat zone as first lady

Jill Biden visits Ukraine, making her first solo trip to a combat zone as first lady On Mother's Day, Biden met with Ukraine's first lady, Olena Zelenska, who has been in hiding with her children since Russia's invasion began.

05/07/2022

4th June 2022 1:30 to 3:30 with light refreshments. Please support our local authors. First Saturday Reading Jan West.

Photos from Tierra Wools's post 05/07/2022

Photos from Tierra Wools's post

05/07/2022

4th June 2022 1:30 to 3:30 with light refreshments. Please support our local authors. First Saturday Reading Jan West.

05/07/2022

NO FIRES ALLOWED!!

05/06/2022

New dates. See you soon ❤️🔥
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05/05/2022

Please support our local authors at the First and Last Saturdays Book Readings and Signings. Light refreshments will be served.

05/05/2022

Sharing for Three Sisters Collective

Today in Santa Fe at the Plaza 5pm

New Mexico has the highest rate of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Relatives in the United States. In conjunction with the National Day of Awareness for MMIR, join us today in Santa Fe, O'ga Pogeh plaza Today at 5pm for a community event to honor our MMIW/MMIR/MMIWGT2S/MMIP

This event is brought to you with an abundance of community support from organizations including but not limited to: Three Sisters Collective, 7th Generation Fund, Tewa Women United, Santa Fe Indigenous Center, Indigenous Ways, My Native Sisters’ Fire, The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Missing & Murdered Diné Relatives, Wise Fool New Mexico, Sees Clearly Productions, FarahNHeight Gallery, and Alas de Agua Art Collective.

05/05/2022

Yesterday, Senator Luján joined me as I signed a Major Disaster Declaration to support New Mexico in the wake of recent wildfires. If you need help rebuilding, head to DisasterAssistance.gov to apply for assistance.

05/04/2022

Thank you

05/04/2022

How adorable is this painting of our dome!? This was painted by featured artist, Jamie Taylor. This one is staying in our personal collection (obviously) but you can find similar works by her when you visit the dome! We love the vibrancy and playfulness in her art. So fun! 😍

Photos from Española Humane's post 05/04/2022

Photos from Española Humane's post

05/04/2022

We are opening our stables to evacuees with horses who need a safe place. Safe large stalls and RV hook ups. It will be free of charge. Please call us at (505)382-2370.

05/04/2022

ATTN evacuated pets and guardians needing assistance:

A temporary shelter located at the Glorieta Conference Center at 11 NM 50 in Glorieta has space available for pet guardians who need temporary housing for their animals. They also have kennels available for those who need them. This emergency shelter is for dogs only, if you have a feline pet, please contact the shelter at 505-983-4309 ext. 1606 to see what resources may be available.

Jack, SFAS CEO, brought some extra crates out to Glorieta and caught up with Misha Goodman, from Bernalillo County Animal Care Services, which is a NM state certified animal sheltering transport team!

Big shout out to Misha and her team who's working hard to make this service and space available to so many in need.

05/03/2022

🔥 Resources for evacuees with pets and for those wishing to help displaced pets: we will continue to update this post as we know more. 🔥

The City of Santa Rosa, NM is welcoming evacuees to the Blue Hole Convention Center with crates available for pets.

Bernalillo County Animal Care and Resource Center has been deployed to the Glorieta Conference Center exit 299 address 11 NM-50 to set up a 911 animal evacuation center. Pets are not allowed in rooms so families are sheltering pets outside their doors; a large tent is housing displaced dogs who don’t have shelter and pet food and supplies are being distributed to those who need it.

The Downs at Santa Fe (former racetrack) on the frontage road is welcoming evacuees - campers and their pets!

The SF County Extension Office next to the Rodeo grounds has set up a temporary shelter in the small animal building for Animal Welfare Coalition of Northeastern New Mexico’s evacuated dogs. They need help with walking dogs, cleaning, and laundry. On-site coordinators are organizing volunteer shifts and there is more space available for displaced pets and livestock (large and small).

From Felines & Friends New Mexico: Cat owners in areas under fire evacuation orders: Santa Fe Cats has space available for caring for your cat(s) while you are evacuees. For those without insurance reimbursement for pet boarding, a donation is appreciated. No cat will be turned away for lack of insurance or inability to donate. Call SFC at 505-216-5141 to make arrangements.

Poeh Marketplace next to the Poeh Cultural Center in Pojoaque is accepting donations of dog and cat food to distribute to evacuee locations.

Evacuation centers are located in Peñasco and Angel Fire, pet status is unclear; Taos Rodeo/fairgrounds sheltering displaced livestock.

Pecos Rodeo Grounds have space and feed for livestock.

Hermits Peak Calf Canyon Evacuations 05/02/2022

Hermits Peak Calf Canyon Evacuations

Hermits Peak Calf Canyon Evacuations Evacuations and status (Ready, Set, Go, Planning, Order Lifted) for the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires.

Photos from Rio Arriba County Fire & Emergency Services's post 04/29/2022

Photos from Rio Arriba County Fire & Emergency Services's post

04/29/2022

April 28, 2022

UPDATE: CANCEL BRITTANY ALERT – Hobbs, NM – Lorraine K. Shaheen has been located and is safe. For inquiries and questions, please contact Hobbs PD at (575) 397-9265.

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April 28, 2022

BRITTANY ALERT – Hobbs, NM – Lorraine K. Shaheen

Hobbs, NM - The following is information for the distribution of a Brittany Alert from the Hobbs Police Department (HPD). For inquiries and questions, please contact HPD at (575) 397-9265.

HPD is asking for the public's assistance in locating Lorraine K. Shaheen. Shaheen is a 32-year-old African American female, 4’11” tall, weighing 202 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen on April 27, 2022, at around 1:00 p.m., at 407 West Cielo in Hobbs, NM. Shaheen was last seen wearing a pink nightgown. Her whereabouts are not known. Lorraine K. Shaheen is missing and believed to be in danger if not located.

Anyone with any information regarding this New Mexico Brittany Alert is asked to call Hobbs Police Department at (575) 397-9265.

04/29/2022

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Photos from Abiquiu Lake - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District's post 04/29/2022

Photos from Abiquiu Lake - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District's post

09/25/2021

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Unique casitas with kiva fireplaces, viga ceilings and natural amenities. The beautiful Drumlin House and Turnagrove, intimate 2 bedroom, 2 bath houses situated on a small rise to the pasture on the grounds. Café Abiquiu features wonderful Northern New Mexico cuisine, craft beer, wine and espresso drinks.


Explore The Shop at Abiquiu Inn and discover a wonderful selection of art and silver jewelry made by NM & local artists. Many of the items represented are from North America -clothing, bags and accessories. Brands such as Chalet, Sabaku, Silverado, Atenti, Sunbody Hats, and Tilley Endurables. Annie Oakley fragrances, Nuwati Herbals, Medicine of the People, Abiquiu Soapworks and a wonderful selection of books and gifts.

Abiquiu Inn is the perfect place for any occasion: Weddings, Retreats, Reunions, Workshops and Seminars. Event space and group rates are available.

Create a successful, memorable, unique experience for your next event

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21120 Highway 84 (North Of Santa Fe)
Abiquiu, NM
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Abiquiu Inn, Abiquiu New Mexico is located in the valley of the Rio Chama which is rich with history. Abiquiu and the surrounding area has long been a tribal gathering place, even before the Anasazi settled here more than a thousand years ago. From the ancient Anasazi tribes to the 20th-century art of Georgia O’Keeffe, the area has long been a captivating destination for visitors. Abiquiu Inn is part of that tradition, becoming a desert sanctuary for
artists, writers, nature lovers and guests seeking solitude and enlightenment in northern New Mexico.

Abiquiu Inn features beautiful casitas all with kiva fireplaces and viga ceilings. Designed with the rustic beauty inspired by the Southwest landscape. Pillow-top mattresses ensure a wonderful night’s sleep and high-speed wireless Internet lets guests keep up with events and email during their stay. Cafe Abiquiu features a range of sumptuous dishes of Northern New Mexico. Our beautiful and unique Gift Store Azul offers a variety of items. Made in the USA clothing, artwork, crafts & jewelry crafted by skilled artisans. Galeria Arriba features artists of all kind. Plan a meeting or special event in the La Sala Rosa room or our new outdoor patio La Terraza.

Family pets are very welcome. Experience the beauty of New Mexico at Abiquiu Inn

Our setting and accommodations make us the perfect spot for Meetings, Weddings, Retreats, Reunions, Seminars & artist’s workshop.

Abiquiu Inn is located at 21120 Highway 84 in Abiquiu, New Mexico, just about one hour North from Santa Fe and an hour West of Tao's.

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am - 8pm
Wednesday 7am - 8pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 7am - 8pm
Saturday 7am - 8pm
Sunday 7am - 8pm

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