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Now this Chinese museum souvenir looks like a Masonic symbol
The discovery of Sanxingdui shocked the world, but the history of the ruins remains a mystery. The bronze wares from the Sanxingdui we see today are but only small scraps of an immemorial and brilliant civilization. Where was the Sanxingdui culture from? Which clan did the residents of the ruins belong to? How did the advanced bronze manufacture techniques come into being? And how did they decline and die out? The archaeological project at the Sanxingdui ruins is ongoing. Mysterious and magnificent, the Sanxingdui civilization is a unique and dazzling page in China’s long history.
Which came first and influenced whom first. Did the "Ancients" know each other.
A Pyramidion or Ben Ben Stone (Capstone) found in Ancient Dashur, Egypt – said to have once belonged to the famous "bent Pyramid".
On its side is the winged disc or ‘Eye of Horus’ – styled on the Udjat, eye symbol placed below it.
The Capstone of the Great Pyramid of Giza is missing, as if representing the ‘Collective Unconscious’.
Originally posted by chiron613
The thing about "Masonic" symbols is that many of them are more or less universal. Pyramids show up all over the place, Egypt, India, South America, maybe even Europe (I seem to remember something, but can't remember for sure).