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Zoria Dear Landowner Letter for Seazoria Excavation (1)

Zoria Dear Landowner Letter for Seazoria Excavation (1)

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Published by: Mike Hallett on Aug 28, 2010
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Hallettestoneion Research ProjectMike Hallett, Discoverer Layton, UT, USAAll Rights Reservedhttp://www.seazoria.com
 Dear Landowner, August 24, 2010This letter will contain some very important information regarding a request of significant nature. I askwith all due respect that you carefully and thoroughly review all of the information, data, and researchthat this letter contains.My name is Mike Hallett, and I am the discoverer of a prehistoric, highly evolved marine ecosystemlocated close to or on your property. Much time, effort, hard work and research has been invested inorder to accurately convey the intricate details and results of a comprehensive scientific researchproject concerning advanced prehistoric marine biology located on the property you own and manageon 4200 N in Pleasant View.Over the past eight years, I have invested over 20,000 hours into developing an understanding of thevery large, highly evolved, prehistoric marine reptiles that are buried in North Ogden and Pleasant View.The most well-preserved remains are located above the Lake Bonneville shoreline and below the ancientPacific Ocean high water mark, which dates back 540 million years (per Weber State UniversityGeosciences Dept.) to a time when Utah was the western edge of the Pacific Ocean. California andNevada had not yet emerged.This time period is very significant to the remains. These creatures, officially known and confirmed asHallettestoneion Seazorias, became extinct 540 million years ago. A massive, global cataclysm occurred,marking the end of the Precambrian era, and the beginning of the Cambrian era. The HallettestoneionSeazorias had experienced massive compound generational development during the Precambrian era.Based upon studies and field research conducted in and around North Ogden and the Pleasant Viewareas, the top half of the peninsula above the Lake Bonneville Shoreline appears to be the only shallow-water flat area that was around at this time period.It appears that, during the Cambrian Cataclysm, the Hallettestoneion Seazorias all swam to the top of the shallow water area, where they clustered together in an attempt to survive the inevitable fate of being frozen alive. There are individuals who were a distance from the masses, but it is clear they knewthey were going to die and tried desperately to congregate together for heat. The remains of thesecreatures show that they were lying on their stomachs with their chins upright. Time and gravity causedthe skulls to collapse into the bottom jaw. The bodies have been mostly reclaimed into dirt and stonedue to the obvious time factor involved. What remains is the skull, spikes and teeth of the
Hallettestoneion Seazorias. Comprehensive examination, analysis, and confirmation of the remains’
biological composition have been accomplished. Seazoria remains are arranged in the exactconfiguration of very large, highly evolved prehistoric reptiles, down to the finest, intricate details.
Hallettestoneion Research ProjectMike Hallett, Discoverer Layton, UT, USAAll Rights Reservedhttp://www.seazoria.com
 Biology is created; therefore, these remains possess complex, understandable repeating patterns whichare consistently logical to the point of mathematical equations. Despite this, the biology is completelypredictable. The remains are structurally formatted in distinctive right or left-handed configurations.Complex biological structures in right or left-handed configuration formats are exclusive to the domainof Creation (biology).This is an example of the Seazoria biological structure. All Seazoria teeth andbody spikes are a derivative of this standard biological structural format.The Zoria Repeating biological structure (Zoria Repeat) is basically a five-sidedtriangular wedge. The external shape is produced by the internal framesubstructure, which is inherent and consistent in its configuration.A general perception
might be that I am simply “playing with rocks”. Nothing could be further from the
truth. What I have done, despite this perception, is to excavate the skull matrix (skull and teeth) of a
specimen named “Hillfieldion Seazoria”—
a prehistoric Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragon.Prior to the beginning of the skull matrix excavation of Hillfieldion Seazoria, I submitted a writtenproposal to a company office in Ogden. Within the proposal was a photograph of a portion of the skullthat was above the surface (most of the skull was protruding out of the ground). In the proposal, Iexplained that the skull would have a full and complete set of teeth consisting of rights and lefts on thetop and bottom of the mouth. All full-sized teeth have smaller, progressive, genetically identicalreplacement teeth.Also covered in the proposal was the location of the teeth. Hallettestoneion Seazorias aresimilar to duck-billed creatures, meaning their teeth are not all directly under the skull as wouldbe with the dinosaurs. Seazoria teeth are in a horseshoe configuration extending out andaround the sides of the skull and out in front of the skull. The skull sits in the center and theteeth protrude out of the front and sides of the skull.It is absolutely critical that the skull matrix of Hillfieldion Seazoria be preserved at all costs. Thediscovery of the Hallettestoneion Seazorias is the single-most important scientific discovery in thehistory of prehistoric research. The Seazorias are the largest, oldest, and most biologically evolvedprehistoric creatures ever found. Human science needs to examine and understand this very earlyadvanced biological era. We, as a species, need to know and understand the biological evolution of lifeon Earth. It may be difficult today to comprehend the significance and magnitude not only of finding thedragons, but discovering the most advanced forms of life. The Seazorias are ten thousand times moreevolved than any other prehistoric life form found thus far. Future generation biological andpaleontological scientists will be forever grateful and indebted to us for ensuring the advancement of this amazing new science
the opportunity of breaking out of the stone walls which have previously

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