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posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 12:18 AM
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Let's talk about them. Where they from, whery'd they go?




posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 12:51 AM
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Well, Kokopelli had a nice job it would seem.

Kokopelli was said to play a flute as he traveled to pronounce his arrival to the villagers and it was considered the greatest of honors to be the women he chose to be his "dreamtime companion" for his duration of time in the village as many of these women apparently bore children from these unions.
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posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 12:53 AM
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Some anthropologist/archeologists think the Anasazi were the precursors to todays Pueblo people. It's a mystery as to where they came from but it is my opinion that they came from Mexico or Central America.

My anthro/archeology course of study was in Paleo Indian/Early man so I know very little about the Anasazi, but I love the style and design of the pottery and other artifacts they left.



posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 12:58 AM
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Well that's plausible Whaa, there was some lengthy travel evidence left behind.

Some legends suggest that Kokopelli was an ancient toltec trader who traveled routes between Mexico, the west coast, the southwest, and possibly even as far as the eastern areas of the U.S. Documented finds lend truth to these legends as dentalium shells, which are only found in certain coastal areas, and macaw feathers from Mexico have been unearthed here in northern new mexico and arizona.


I have been to the 4 corners, it's hard to imagine anything ever growing there, but terrain, climate & vegetation can change dramatically over time.



posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 12:59 AM
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anyone wanting to know the origin of the Anasazi should compare the emergence myth of the Hopi with the Popul Vuh
the Hopi claim the Anasazi as their ancestors



posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 01:09 AM
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The mysterious lines, Spirit travel? or advanced airtraffic control ? Or some Ritual ceremonial thing we don't understand.


Radiating out from the Chaco complex are an enigmatic series of straight lines that extend ten to twenty miles into the desert. Conventional archaeological theories explain these lines as roads leading to outlying settlements, but this seems highly unlikely as the lines are arrow straight regardless of terrain. They go over mesas (table-top mountains), up and down vertical cliff faces, and along ways that make them utterly impractical for use by the casual or commercial traveler. Perhaps they had another purpose. Paul Devereux, the British scholar and leading writer in the so called "Earth Mysteries" field has suggested that these lines (and others he has studied around the world) are better understood as markings that represent the out-of-body spirit travel of ancient native shamans. Archaeological research does indeed indicate that the lines often lead to small shrine-like structures where evidence of religious and shamanistic activity is common. These mysterious lines, often apparently between no particular places, are found in many parts of the Anasazi realm. More than five hundred miles of the lines have so far been charted. Nowadays they are mostly visible only from the air in the early morning or late afternoon, when the sun casts deep shadows. Inspecting these lines at ground level, it is evident that they have been acted upon by many hundreds of years of natural erosion, which has obscured all but scarce remains. It thus seems reasonable to suggest that these lines, prior to their erosion, could have been followed across great expanses of land, thereby delineating an enormous grid or map of sacred and shamanistic geography. Readers interested in these matters should consult the books of Devereux listed in the bibliography.


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posted on Sep, 5 2006 @ 04:14 AM
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And more...

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posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 12:59 AM
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wow , haven't heard that name

for quite a while. I believe it was

from an unusual phenomenon dvd.

I believe that these guys and other

ancients in the americas and around

the world could put quite a different light

on the earths history and the nature

of reality compared to the

westerized crap, that's been force fed to

us all.

and possibly, castaneda already

did that.

but for my money , this is the real stuff

and tell a vision, is really the fake stuff .


thx for posting this , I'll have to look into

them a bit more.


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