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arizona petroglyphs

arizona petroglyphs - Equinox Circle, protection from lunar and solar eclipse darkness and the shadows and creatures that roam.

Chauvet (Francia) Arte Rupestre. Grabado de una lechuza.

Chauvet Cave, the 2nd oldest known cave art in Europe

Chauvet Cave - New World Encyclopedia. The first "artistic" cave paintings discovered.

25 Unbelievable Examples Of Prehistoric Architecture

Mythological Rabbit | However, in post-New Testament writings the Latin word Lucifer has ...

There are many spiral petroglyphs, pictographs, and cave drawings from around the world that also are associated with devils, goats, and horned creatures.

Passages, such as this one at Gavriniz, were very common in Brittany between 4500 and 3000 BC. At the same time, similar monuments were constructed in Normandy and Poitou, in Ireland, Britain and the Iberian Peninsula.

Discover Cairn de Gavrinis in Larmor-Baden, France: One of the great treasures of Neolithic art lies within this carefully constructed pile of rocks.

Zuni petroglyphs, depicting the celebration of corn planting, the corn harvest and the sun at the Village of the Great Kivas Anasazi ruins on the Zuni Indian Reservation, New Mexico.

The unanswered mysteries of the Anasazi The great American southwest is considered by many as a place of extremes, ancient people, spirits and legends that even today, inhabit the region. Thousands of years ago, an ancient culture flourished in the.

The Anunnaki - "Those who from heaven came" - are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures.    The Anunnaki appear in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish. In the late version magnifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to their proper stations, three hundred in heaven, three hundred on the earth.

A book on alien civilization Anunnaki from Nibiru, their relationship with Sumerians.

Neolithic Stone Carving in Northumberland.Some experts believe they may have played a role in fire, feastings and offering activities, or been used as ‘signposts’, or to mark territory. Others point to a spiritual significance.

Year Old Neolithic Stone Carving in Northumberland Photograph by B. KERR The image above shows an extraordinary neolithic stone carving dating back approximately years. Located in Ketley Crag, Northumberland (North East England),

Mankind’s fascination with eclipses has been going on a long time, since at least November 30th, 3340 BC when Irish Neolithics built an eclipse tracking cairn site and recorded the event in stone.

Loughcrew Cairn, Ireland * someone assumed that it an Eclipse Icon of 3340 BC: world’s oldest known eclipse record.