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Prehistoric art hints at lost Indian civilisation

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posted on Oct, 2 2018 @ 07:36 PM

originally posted by: LookingAtMars
I get what you and the scary dog are saying. No matter what you call the people that made them, they must of been advanced for their time to make these images. And there are so many of them spread around such a large area.

It's not all what you think. If you study rock art, you will notice that some of the material being shown is actually newer than the rest. So it wasn't a site done at just one time but was worked on for hundreds of years (and maybe more)

posted on Oct, 3 2018 @ 05:33 AM
a reply to: LookingAtMars

It's the Abzu shrine that extends down into the underworld, the deep, the basis for the labyrinth and the relationship of those to petroglyphs and geoglyphs. The surface field raised from the deep was represented by the Pegasus square, the one that raised this the Great One/Aquarius/water bearer/Enki, he also plants the tree of life in the Field, the roots of which extend down to the deepest source, Piscis Austrinis, turtles navigate the depths.

There is correspondence between the iconography seen here and that of early Dilmun culture which was first settled from the Indus valley and became the basis for the cult of Enki in Southern Mesopotamia, it's probably two or three thousand years earlier though.

posted on Oct, 3 2018 @ 02:27 PM
a reply to: Madrusa

Maybe that's true. They do look like crude pictures of that later stone panel.

Except for the last one on the bottom. Looks like home plate. Maybe baseball also corresponds to ancient practices.

posted on Oct, 3 2018 @ 02:33 PM

originally posted by: Byrd

originally posted by: LookingAtMars

originally posted by: Groot

originally posted by: babybunnies
I firmly believe the biggest conspiracy theory of our time is the cover up of the actual timeline of human history by the archaelogical community

There is just so much that doesn't make sense if you look at the "official history" of the human timeline.

And so much to show the civilization may have been far more advanced far earlier than was first thought.

I agree with you, so many missing pages in our human history that I feel has been wiped out. But, we are slowly recovering and analyzing from the past and just guessing on what was lost.

No one really know what was on this planet hundreds of thousands of years ago, there would be not traces left.

Actually, yes, we do.

And yes, traces are left. We find campsites and living locations (rock shelters) of Australopithecus ... and that's 2 million years ago.

That's what's fun about archaeology -- it's "CSI Earth" and you get to use all the cool tools and libraries (and Abby Sciuto.) The things that people think they know about history and traces of ancient cultures underestimates the real dates (they are astonished at something 11,000 years old... when we've got stuff that's over 2 million years old.

So it's like move along, nothing to see here? Now that we know everything we can just shut all this stuff down and devote all our resources to studying feminism and microaggressions.

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