Sacred Precinct

"San Francisco is 49 square miles surrounded by reality" – Paul Kantner

Month: September, 2015

Gateway City

Due to its geopolitical location, San Francisco is known as the “Gateway City.” It is commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the West,” the “Gate of the Pacific,” the “Gateway to the Orient” and the “City of the Golden Gate.” John C. Fremont, who named the Golden Gate, referred to it as “that great passage and union between hemispheres.”

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The Story of a Lost Race

In 1897, San Francisco journalist Frona Wait Colburn, published her first work of fiction, “The Dorado,” in which she imagines that the lost race of Atlantis once inhabited San Francisco 11,000 years ago. In her mythical ancient capital┬ácity of “Tlamco,” the seven hills of San Francisco were carefully constructed to precisely mark the orbits and diameters of the planets, as well as map out the seven stars of the Pleiades, and align with the three stars of Orion’s belt.

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Built at the Behest of Spirits

The Hayward Building at 400 Montgomery Street was built at the behest, and some say, with the financial backing, of the Spirit World.

The Hayward Building was commissioned by Alvinza Hayward at the request of the spirits, whose previous advice had led him to the richest gold vein in the country. The medium who communicated this information from the Spirit World was given and estimated $80,000 in finders fees. To repay the spirits for their guidance and support, Hayward was asked to use his winnings to build the largest skyscraper in the City of San Francisco.

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