Thursday, January 28, 2010

Site Authenticated!

Howdy Buckaroos!

Long time no see. I've been busy spinning my wheels and going nowhere, but learning a lot about the things that are underneath the surface of this little sphere we call reality. The good new is my site has been authenticated by a archaeologist who works for the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office. She used some flakes of chert made by a percussive technique to reach that concussion. The bad news is the land is headed towards foreclosure due to my inability to secure funds for its preservation. One step forward, two steps back.

More bad news was that the archaeologist appeared to be under pressure to dismiss other finds as "geofacts". The official line was similar material fractures naturally, forming similar shaped objects. This line came even after I presented artifacts clearly dealing with the same artistic subject matter, yet made from dissimilar material. I had collected five pointy hatted faces and seven bull heads, all with congruent measurements. I pointed out that some of these appeared to me to be carved Mammoth tusk and not common rock, and she countered that she was not a geologist and could make no official opinion as to their material origin.

We met at the State Museum, and we went to look at the Mammoth Skeleton they have on display there. She further disclosed her inability to identify materials by being unable to say whether the Skeleton was actually an original or a reproduction. She went up to the head of the quite impressive beast and pointed out how difficult it would be to kill due to its thick bone structure. I showed her the point where the Ancients attacked and she seemed surprised that I had that information. I said that I had artifacts that appeared to be teaching aids for prospective hunters, essentially I said that I had read the manual. She had not heard of the custom of allowing the hunter credited with the kill getting to cut off the trunk in a length proportional to their effort. Yet another fact I've gleaned from the stones. I sent her a picture of the artifact that I believe was used for that purpose.

She did give me a referral to an Archaeologist who works for UNLV. If it turns out that I will live, I will contact her to see if University equipment can be used to identify tusk material artifacts. I hesitated to contact her this week because I didn't want to make an appointment that I couldn't keep due to passing on. One way or another, I'll soon not have endure the dehumanizing condition in which I've been placed. It has been a long seven years fighting the forces of evil that believe it is okay to torture and chip people like animals. With the amount of effort I've dedicated to the cause of freedom, I know I will pass the test of my heart being weighed against a feather. There still is a chance that those who wield power will come to their senses, and prevent a tragic end to a horrible chapter of American history. Whatever happens, I'll come out a winner.

In my discussions with the Archaeologist, she did give me hints that she was aware of the true situation hinted at in the historic record. I expressed confusion that some of my artifacts appeared to be a ceramic material made to mimic natural stone. She described the manufacturing technique of filling a mold, and pointed out areas where people were known to practice that method. I believe she is forced to stick to an official line that primitive peoples were in fact that, primitive. But during our talks, I sensed that she acknowledged the level of sophistication I see exhibited by the Ancients. She has to keep the people who butter her bread happy.

This bring me to the fact that there is no one officially interested preserving the knowledge of the Ancients, other then putting it under the blacktop of a parking lot. From my perspective, there once was a worldwide culture that was somewhat homogeneous in it's technology and possibly a lost language, known now as First Tongue. I think that they achieved a high level of technology and ended up blowing themselves up. Most creation myths of the Americas could be interrupted as peoples coming out of shelters and bunkers after a cataclysm. Plato was not just telling a story about the destruction of Atlantis, and a former culture did exist with a high level of sophistication. Evidence of this is the large concentrations Thorium ( an atomic bomb building material) in South America and India. It looks like the India faction "won", because they were permitted to write the history of the affair in their Gitas and Vedas. Plato's version has gotten censured and edited.

It appears that the Americas were extensively populated for thousands of years prior to the Clovis era culture. That means that most areas occupied by humans today, were occupied thousands of years ago. If people went to the trouble of learning to read artifacts (which is similar to the art of reading hieroglyphics and oriental ideograms) extensive amounts of information could be extracted from material right under peoples noses. But a large amount of our current culture actually believes the earth to be only six thousand years old and we are the pinnacle human achievement, put here by some "creator". By discounting the Ancients, we block ourselves off from solutions to problems already discovered. What economic solutions do we refuse to embrace? What sustainable lifestyles have been suppressed by an "elite" in need of slaves? What if you could make a boat that gets forward momentum through wave energy rectification and does not need oil or wind to travel? People could travel anywhere in the world for nothing, economic "borders" would be a thing of the past.

I know if this hidden information would come out, our current economy would collapse. But this could be a good thing, as long as nobody was hurt. People needing to work forty hours a week to sustain a current lifestyle could find they only need to work five hours a week in the new "old" lifestyle. No need to live in caves or in trees, you could have a nice house because we have thousands of them sitting around. The reason people are made "homeless" has to do with artificial economic reasons, and has nothing to do with the actual supply of roofs.

Unfortunately we are plagued with goons and thugs who do the dirty work of the "elite". They have been bought and payed for and are kept like mushrooms, fed shit and kept in the dark. Labels like "Communist" and "Socialists" and "terrorists" are spread like whitewash suppressing information so 2% of the people could "claim" 70% of the wealth, and people are okay with that.

But maybe, not for long....

Bye for now, maybe forever...


Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Spanish Inquisition

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
Monty Python was right!

Here's the story.....

I identified some of the artifacts as "Bloodletting Stones". Not hard to do really, if you know what to look for. It took me so long because I was looking for the answer to the question of "why was this made?", and the answer turned out to be so foreign to my upbringing that it was difficult to comprehend. (not actually foreign I guess....George Washington, the father of our country, was "curred" to death by it.). Turns out to be a thread that I can pull to try to unravel the mystery that I've been presented with.

So, I look up "bloodletting stones" and "tattoo" on the Internet to try and come up with some info and images for comparison. Google spit out a bunch of stuff, and high on the list was a page posted by a bible-thumper, meant to persuade folks from getting tattoos and engaging in bloodletting. It turns out that the bible is filled with references about folks who use stones for bloodletting. Not just in one or two passages, but a whole bunch. Strange that something is mentioned so much, yet in Museums there are no examples of the "stones" that were preached so fervently about. My interest was piqued. (Looks like Mohammad used to pay for bloodletting..)

I found that Mayans were into bloodletting, as well as other Meso-American cultures. So I looked at what written history was available. The Popol Vuh (national book, from Guatemala) was written down after the Spanish came. Most of it was a typical creation myth, why it's okay to hunt animals, why rabbits have short tails, which Deity begot whom, that sort of stuff. A large part deals with the warrior twins defeating the lords of the underworld. But the last third or so references the war they had with the "Bloodletters, Sacrificers", who were their relatives (they had the same ancestors). Three Nations mustered together 24,000 troops to wipe-out folks who were causing them grief. They sent "Lady Lust" and "Lady Weeping" to get naked at the river mouth where the dudes hung-out, and get friendly. Guys brought the chicks to the Citadel to party, showing the army where to go, to do what they do. End of Bloodletting Sacrificers story.

Here's where the Spanish Inquisition part of the story comes in. Every group of folks has their own history. People come from somewhere, stay and breed for a while, then descendants go off to somewhere else. The Spanish were interested in this stuff, always looking for the "seven cities of gold" or the "spring of immortality", what have you. They wrote down the clan travelings of the Toltec, who trace their beginnings in this land to their emergence from "seven caves" (as a side note, I read interesting speculation that the "caves" were actually the holds of large sea going vessels, supporting the claim that they came from a place covered with water....but back to the story...). The story of the travels is quite detailed, staying in a place for a while, then travelling two days north, then so-many days east, that sort of stuff. The implication is they left descendants in all these locations. Scholars who attempted to map the travelings became frustrated because of missing details (what direction? it says they went four days, but it doesn't say where...). The person who wrote these (incomplete) directions down was none other then the grand inquisitor himself, Torquemada.

I think my site, which I call the "Terrapin Station Hunting Grounds" could be the old Citadel of Iqui Balam. This site was lost to history by folks who wanted to wipe-out their competition.

Here is the Bloodletting Artifacts Video:

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

New Playlists

Hi Buckaroos!

I've started puting my videos together into playlists.
Here is the one of "Stone Videos made in Vegas":

Here is an older playlist, "Stone Videos made in the Desert":

More Later.........

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

I've relocated to Las Vegas!

Hi Buckaroos!
I'm now in fabulous Las Vegas, working on classification of my artifact and meteorite finds. Check out this cool "morph" video that shows 50 projectile points with faces on them:

Friday, February 6, 2009

Quetzalcoatl or Sho'tokununwa

Hi Buckaroos!
Been reading Rock Art books trying to figure out "ascribed meanings" and have come up with the following tid-bits.

Quetzalcoatl,Star, Cross, Plumed Serpent
-Single or double outlined cross
-Snake with head plume
-Human Head with Tall Hat, may have snake body

A beneficent deity at Teotihuacan, Quetzalcoatl later became an astral figure, demanding human sacrifice [Soustell 1967:94]

That could explain the "pointed hatted skulls" I've been finding, and the "Meteor" theme.

The chief deity of the great Toltec civilization of Mexico was Quetzalcoatl, god of learning. Legend describe him as a bearded white man who taught the Toltecs the Arts, the calendar, writing, and the law.

That could explain "Santa Claus" amulets I've uncovered.

Sho'tokununwa,Creator, Sky God, Star God
-circle with cross design
-Head with one horn

Shotuqnang-u, god of Sky, the clouds, and the rain, is good, dignified and powerful. He is occasionally impersonated in one of two forms, masked and unmasked. When masked the impersonator wears a white case mask with one horn. When unmasked the impersonator wears a hat shaped like a star with feathers hanging over his face and his hair down his back.
[Colton 1949]

That could explain why I found a statue with a "mask", or the "pointy hatted" skulls, or all the meteor stuff.

In Cueva La Palma, Baja CA, Mexico, there is rock art of a "Sack Hat" man associated with a clan symbol for bighorn sheep...bighorn mountain sheep Shaman.
Big horn sheep are the spirit helper for rain makers.

What I've been calling "Shadow Skulls", because the eyes and mouth are shallow depression visible when light is shined from the side, have been identifies in one book as "Boundary Stones" with the face of the God of Death or Metamorphosis. Apparently they used to be painted to keep the kids from moving them and messing up the property lines.
The eyes and nose marks are merely round shallow holes with a black rim painted around them.
[footnote in Stephen 1936;390]

I would be interested in passing on care taking responsibilities for the site, to someone who knows or is willing to learn the right words, in exchange for a place to live.

More Later-
-Bruce a.k.a. Brave Eagle, Son of White Eagle

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Skull Stone Close-up and More Carved Rock Finds

Hi Buckaroos!

Here is a "close-up" video along with more carved rock finds.
Remember, I don't make 'em, I just dig 'em up and stand 'em up.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Elephant Rock Close-Up

Here is the next in the series of carved rock close-ups,an intriguing find with an animal with a trunk...

It looks like the stuff I'm finding is really, really old. All the "pointy hatted skulls" seem to be projectile points, and Meteor Crater was formed 50,000 years ago.

Archaeologists, please help me.....