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Originally posted by mblahnikluver
I made a thread a while back on this!!
I find this to be very interesting and i think there is more to it. What I"m not sure but i think it was some sort of tech possibly. Call me nuts whatever but it's all over. It's a commonality in many ancient statues and pics. Why is that?!?! It's got to be something!
I saw a documentary on Egypt a while back and it touched on this. I have no idea what the documentary was and I've been looking for over a year. I wish I knew because it showed statues lined in Egypt and they were carrying this item.
Originally posted by Klassified
I believe these "purses" are in actuality, buckets which hold the water(or blood) of life. The Sumerians had a specific name for them which escapes me at the moment.
You will find that only gods have these in their hand. No commoner is depicted with one.
Originally posted by jjsirius
reply to post by Harte
Were the djinn and angels mythic or real?
Originally posted by gemdog
I love this thread! S&F! I have been noticing what you call the purse, what I call the lunch pail, for years. its in mayan images, gobekli tepii, and countless others. I dont believe its "symbolic" of anything, I believe its an actual straightforward object, a gadget, a tool of some sort. Like a car key or battery, or toolbox, or briefcase.