Motel of the Mysteries
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uninhabited jungle on the continent's east coast, these timeless structures signify at least temporary religious stability and stand as a tribute to the awesome technical skills of the ancients. In spite of the number of significant clues, however, the picture of these fascinating people remained disturbingly incomplete until forty years ago, when word leaked out of Howard Carson's startling discovery at the Motel of the Mysteries. Before his forty-second birthday, Howard Carson had
reverently flocked to the Motel of the Mysteries to witness firsthand the highly inspirational Toot'n'C'mon Son et Lumiere (French—Mon., Thurs.; Arabic—Tues., Fri.; Hebrew—Wed., Sat.; English matinee—Sun.). At the end of each performance, as the Great Sign fades into the black abyss of night and the orchestral transcription of the sacred chant plays out its final chord, every member of the emotionally drained audience lights the traditional match of tribute. This moving gesture has also been
UNIVERSITY that he was going to search for fragments of that moment. He was never seen again. Since 3850 hundreds of scholars and souvenir-hunters have chipped away at the continent's alluring crust. Although North America has not given up her secrets easily, a number of significant discoveries have been made. Evidence unearthed at several widely scattered sites indicates that the entire continent was covered by a complex network of gray and black stripes. Until the development of high-altitude
least processional, highways. The clustering of hundreds of monumental inscriptions mounted on huge poles along both sides of a highway was quite common. Each inscription represented a different religious sect or point of view and was placed as near as possible to heaven—the traditional home of the North American gods. The level of spiritual rivalry becomes dramatically clear when we realize that shortly before the catastrophe some of the inscriptions reached heights of close to one hundred feet
order the tomb closed permanently in 4046.