posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 10:09 PM
reply to post by alumnathe
Great post - thank you for your effort. I am actually aware of the repeated theme within ancient artwork and visual depictions of the 'bag.' It is
an interesting concept for study.
My personal thoughts are that it is obviously a portable device - something that was easy to carry around. The handle could be a means of holding it
or it could be a part of the device - perhaps a pathway for an electrical current to travel??!!
Perhaps we really do have an ancient past that has been completely buried in an effort for us to remain ignorant to our beginnings. The idea of a
portable - compact device is believable because it is depicted so often that it cannot be denied. What remains is what is inside the 'bag' or what
processes could the 'bag' perform. Did it hold something tangible as in solid or was it an electrical type of device that could be ignited or
plugged into something. Did it act in a similar way to a taser (just to illustrate a visual concept) by emitting something/electricity?
Did it contain chemical substances or mathematical equations - knowledge of how genetics or the universe is constructed. Perhaps a device such as
Nikola Telsa invented that could produce free electrical energy from the ether??!!
One thing is for certain - it is not an adornment or fashion accessory.It was important and relevant because so many artisans have included it in
their artworks - and - thank goodness for that. It is a clue and we need to discuss everyones thoughts in an effort to find the answers - perhaps the
answers are already within this thread.