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Friday, June 22, 2018

New Podcast!--"The Mystery of Frost Cave"

We've posted our 34th podcast on www.ForeverLDS.com

"The Mystery of Frost Cave: A true history (almost) stranger than fiction." I published a short chapter note on this topic in Tennis Shoes Vol. 8:"Warriors of Cumorah". However, it didn't even scratch the surface of the fascinating saga surrounding this unique place, featuring the likes of Buffalo Bill Cody and other Rocky Mountain frontiersmen at the turn of the 20th century. 

Did you know this cavern was once designate a U. S. National Monument, right up there with Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon? Then it got UNdesignated. What happened?? A VERY interesting tale.

The cave today is called "Spirit Mountain Cavern." In my youth these passages were the adventureland that inspired the major plot twist that has been part of the series since Book 1: "Tennis Shoes Among the Nephites." --the legendary "Rainbow Room". 

To listen, go to: https://foreverlds.com/podcast/2018/6/the-mystery-of-frost-cave

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Posted on ForeverLDS: "A Jew, a Nephite, and a Jaredite walked into a bar...."

Gulf Coast Maya ruins of Comalcalco, Mexico

I've posted Episode 33 of my podcast on www.foreverLDS.com. It has a rather unusual name: "A Jew, a Nephite, and a Jaredite walked into a bar...".

This is actually Part 2 of last week's podcast: "A Tale of Three Kings" that discusses the convergence of three cultures in the days of King Mosiah I--the Nephites, the Jaredites, and the people of Zarahemla. 

Some concepts revealed will blow your mind, and open listeners up to surprising perspectives about the future of archeology and scientific pursuits in Mesoamerica that few Latter-day Saints have ever contemplated!

Sincerely,Chris Heimerdinger