posted on Jun, 14 2009 @ 09:43 PM
Direct link to CCC Thunderbird image.
Whoa. First a Phoenix, now a formation that looks almost exactly like a Thunderbird - a common and very sacred First nations (Native American) symbol.
I phoned up one of my bros and asked him what he knew of Thunderbird. He said "it's a representation of the Creator and usually precedes the
strongest storms - where his wings create the thunderous sounds". Even though it's a common symbol within my own culture, I'm afraid I don't know
much about it myself - just wheat I heard when growing up. I know some Indian nations believe that from time to time these beings took on human form
and intermarried within human tribes. According to Wiki (yeah...I know), Thunderbirds even battle against reptilian beings, trying to fight them
Food for thought...
Phoenix: birth after death.
Thunderbird: Warning and protection before the storm.
Also, according to the CCC site, the farmer in whose field this is is admant against all visitors. Interesting...