Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Egyptian Sun Disc

Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the cap stone of the pyramid of Dashur with a winged sun disc. Michigan mounds slate tablet, the warrior is observing a comet during a phase of the moon. Three warriors see a comet during the time of the crescent moon.

Portraits from Burrows Cave

"When deciphered, it was surprising to learn that this stone represented the image of the famous personage Croesus, King of Lydia. Although Croesus lived several centuries before our mariners set sail from the Mediterranean, he was evidently highly esteemed and venerated by these ancient colonizers. Croesus was a wise and brilliant leader who lived a long and prosperous life, and here is his legacy, still alive and well 2500 years after his death and many thousands of miles from his kingdom; to be remembered for eternity." He has 3 suns, he must be very special. Note the bird hat.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Winged Disc

Note the winged disc between the two men at the bottom. Mesopotamian cylinder seal with a winged disc. Winged Sun Disk or Winged Sun - Earth before the Flood ... The winged sun disk is found in ancient Egyptian, Sumerian, Mesopotamian, Hittite, Anatolian, Persian (Zoroastrian), South American and even Australian ... Horus, his wings and the sun. Michigan slate note the pheasant helmets, even on the priest. Michigan slates weaving shuttle, he is wearing a pheasant helmet. Mississippi mounds bird-man. "...Ranging from Abraham to the "Sidicus Bird" that spoke with the tongue of humans associated with the Confusion of Tongues at the. Tower of Babel." From the Michigan slates, the Flood of Noah. On the right is the tower of Babel with the Sidicus bird at the base. The Sidicus bird still remembers how to talk while the humans are in confusion. (Click to enlarge). A classroom where written language is being taught. At the bottom is the Sidicus bird, the people seem to be praising his ability to speak. The Flood of Noah. The grid is composed of 40 squares standing for the 40 days and 40 nights that it rained. A portrait of Jesus on slate with the glyph for "Son of the Right Hand".

Monday, August 29, 2016

Cave Relics, Slates, and Native Americans

Burrows Cave exterior. The Baetis stone - "Translated as: Juba's map of rivers by Helios. Inscribed on this stone is the Baetis River upon which the powerful Punic branch of the Phoenicians from Gades navigated and vanished after they were crushed by the Romans." Portrait of King Juba. The Balina tablet from Burrows cave, note the sun at the top referring to the kingdom of Alexander Helios (the sun). A Michigan slate, note the alphabet. Michigan slates the first relic is a crown. A Michigan slate with Native Americans. A Saginaw Chippewa dancer - Michigan. A Chippewa girl dancer - Michigan. Rosebud Sioux dancer - Dakotahs. Legends of the giant native mound builders.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

The Kinderhook Plates, Burrows Cave, and the Pheasant Helmets

The arch over his head is similar to the Kinderhook plates in that the plates show the sun of Alexander Helios from sunrise to sunset as an arch. The arch over his head may depict the actions of his life from birth to death. The pheasant helmet of the Michigan mound builders in copper. Of all of the Burrows cave portraits, this one displays a pheasant helmet similar to the Michigan slates pheasant helmets. Michigan slate tablet, pheasant helmet. Michigan tablets.

The Lady and the Vase - Michigan Slates

The Lady of the Michigan mound builders slates and a large vase. In Burrows Cave there were tall vases full of scrolls these comprised the vast library of king Juba. Greek funerary vases. This image enlarges larger - click to enlarge. There is the bird with the little bowl glyph. Mesopotamian funerary vase. Ancient Greece.