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Alex Chionetti is an award-winning journalist, explorer, and filmmaker. A consulting producer for several seasons of Ancient Aliens, his documentaries have been broadcast on Fox, NBC, A&E, History Channel, and other international networks. Alex is also the discoverer of two lost cities in the Andean region and a member of the Explorers Club, he lives near New York City.

Alex joins THC to talk about his book, Mysteries Of The Tayos Caves: The Lost Civilizations Where The Andes Meet The Amazon, his personal explorations of the caves, the tales of other explorers, legends of the local tribes, and more.

Investigating the lost civilizations behind the Tayos treasures, Alex Chionetti, explores the possible connections to Atlantis, aliens, Ancient Astronauts, and the Hollow Earth theory; the caves’ links with hermetic societies; and claims of tunnel networks that extend thousands of miles through both American continents, from the Rocky Mountains to Patagonia. His work clearly shows that Earth’s ancient past has many secrets waiting to be uncovered.

Find Alex on Twitter @chiolombus57

Only in the Plus show:

-Father Crespi’s Curiosity Museum.

-Nazi outposts in South America.

-Ingo Swan and using remote viewing to explore the caves.

-The Mormon connection.

-Mysterious deaths and curses.

-Secret societies’ interest in the caves.

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19 responses to “Alex Chionetti | The Tayos Caves, Ancient Artifacts, & The Inner Terrestrials”

  1. Yay! So happy to see such an interesting interview so soon after the last one. I couldn’t listen to the interview about the abused sea animals. My heart is too tender right now and I just couldn’t. I’m extremely thankful that the truth of how some beautiful wild creatures are treated badly is being brought out to the public. I love the strange ancient stuff and the inner earth rings true to me. Bravo Mr. Greg! You know I love your guts!♥️🙏🏻💋

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    • Dear Julia. I wanted to just say I agree with you on not being able to listen to. An episode of the podcast about animals being treated badly. He has great guts. So glad though. He is bringing it to the light and I am a big fan of Greg as well. Take care. All the best April AKA Blue Ridge.

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  2. Another great one! You should look into Frater Ashen Chassan and see if he’d be interested in coming on! Gateways Through Light and Shadow is one of the most thought provoking books related to Magick I’ve had the chance to read

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    • Yes Bryan Garner knows his stuff, though I wouldn’t say it is for beginners.
      Frater Animi Imperio has been doing some amazing work as well, and is accessible to Magi of all skill levels, especially since the more affordable reboot of his groundbreaking work ‘The Neuronomicon’.

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      • Nice! I’ll have to check him out! I haven’t tried any of the practices from Gateways since I’ve only been doing invocations for a year or so but it’s filled with profound stuff

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  3. Even with good headphones the struggle to understand what he was saying with such a heavy accent finally defeated me. Perhaps my background in this subject was too lacking to enable me to fill in the blanks when the accent erased the words. I tried. I won’t rate the show because I couldn’t understand enough to form an opinion. I wish it had been otherwise, because this type of show is generally my favorite.

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    • Really funny cuz I thought the cadence of his voice was mesmerizing. I couldn’t hear only bc my toddler was making so much noise but I kept it on just to hear the guests sounds from the background lol. Looking forward to listening again and actually hearing the info 🤪

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    • It was the same for me.I really appreciate Greg bringing someone knowledgeable in these topics,but I really missed alot of this interview because I couldnt understand him.

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    • I’m from Australia and it’s pretty funny to non Americans just how sensitive to accents you guys are. I’ve seen shows from the US where you have subtitles for people with English, Australian and New Zealand accents. That being said I thought you’d be okay with a thick Spanish accent!?!

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  4. I find the Ingo Swann connection Super fascinating.
    All the info was awesome.
    I have spent a lot of time in caves with professional speleologists here in the States. I know there is a whole other world down there.

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  5. Thanks for asking Alex about Akakor! This was the highlight of the show for me. I had never heard about this. This story has to do with the Ugha Mongulala tribe, the Goths and White Barbarians who came from the East long ago. Fascinating stuff since i’ve been finding out about white native American tribes in the Americas whose true histories were erased, i think to keep protected the false narrative of the Europeans “discovering” America in the middle ages. I think the Acadians and the Ben-Ishmael tribe of the midwest were some of the descendants of these tribes. Here is the out of print book on Akakor and some more info for anyone interested. Thanks for the show Greg!

    http://www.phfawcettsweb.org/Akakor1.pdf
    https://solarilynch.blogspot.com/2017/12/the-legend-of-akakor.html
    https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/kings-of-florida-and-vanished-white-native-american-kingdoms.75/

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  6. Please if possible have an English translator next time and or post the podcast transcript in English for members.This was very frustrating as I’am sure the guest was doing his best with English being his 2nd or 3rd language,but when you can only understand about10-20% of each sentence at the most it’s extremely frustrating.This could be a good podcast and good info,but idk because I can’t understand over half of it.I was definitely interested in the topic though.

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  7. Dear Greg a Priceless synchronicity, but how wonderful and I’m so glad that you had him on your podcast. Please have them on again! Valuable and priceless. Gas to have and I to also have been so fascinated with the German tribe that lived underground in South America, which I’d only heard once before so I was surprised to hear you talk about it and this guest as well. I love his work and yours and will be buying his book. Thank you so much.

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