posted on Dec, 3 2009 @ 05:12 AM
well serbsta, Jkrog, Phage, though I do respect all your insite, I will add this one thing. We look at egypt, south america, and if memory serves,
even sumeria we see pyramids, or pyramidal structures. ok. I will attribute this as a mild coincidence. fine. perhaps as I said in an earlier thread,
along the same lines as this one, (that thread is being re worked mind you) perhaps there was a marco polo of a greater distance in time that
travelled from sumer and said to the egyptians "pyramids are cool.. build em" and then to south america and told them the same thing. who knows.
with the greatest affliction to human history and culture.... the church.... we lost many links to the past. What I will contribute to THIS thread is
the sculptures appear to be south american am I correct? well if I am correct, that "pilot" in the second picture the one "flying" the serpent..
holds a basket. If that is either Maya or Aztec, those peoples, if memory serves, were much later than the sumerians. I bring this up because the
anunnaki (the gods of the sumerians) also held baskets.. also in the right hand. The Egyptians carried (the gods that is) an Ankh... in that same
hand. These are three civilisations that no matter how you try to cut it held and still hold much in common with their art, or religion, or cultures..
what ever you want to call them. they have very distinct things in common with one another and perhaps that is what we should be starting to look at,
as truth seekers, regardless of spectral side.. perhaps that correlation deserves more study in relation to one another rather than.. rockets, and god
structure. These three ancient beliefs hold four common factors over any other civilisations.
1) Pyramidal structures
2) All three have an object relative to the gift of life in the right hand
3) All three have what looks to be at first glance in their art, hyroglyphs,
cinuform, etc.machinery of today, or
highly advanced flight vehicles
4) All three were astronomical and mathematical marvels for their time.
those alone are good enough coincidence to look further into. In my opinion.
Oh. the reason I am going with the conclusion that the baskets are symbols of life, The sumerian anunnaki held the baskets as they were believed to
contain some element pertinent to creating life. The egyptian gods held the ankh which literally translates to "life". The south americans.. well I
know little of them as of yet. (havent gotten that far in my research yet) but considering the already present common factors, its not difficult to
surmise such a conclusion.
[edit on 3-12-2009 by stanlee]