Library hidden in a cave... a unique repository of ancient manuscripts known as The Library Cave. A hidden cache of 50,000 books and rolls dating from c. 500 to 1002 that were deemed heretical and hidden in the cave in the early 11th century.
Wandjina | sell Wandjina| What are Wandjina | Wondjina | wanjina
The aim of this article is to briefly explain the history and meaning of aboriginal Wandjina. Aboriginal Wandjina are a unique art
Sami drum from Russian Lapland described by Friis and Rae - Nordic Mythology- See Comments
Les mer i denne kommentaren. Samisk runebomme fra Russisk Lappland beskrevet og tolket av J. A. Friis og Edward Rae. All teksten under er fra boken til Rae som jeg fritt har oversatt til norsk. saamiblog.blogspot.com/ Sami drum (Kobda) from Russian Lapland. Described and interpreted by Friis and Rae in the 19th Century. All of the following text is from the book of Rae, my translation to Norwegian. 1. The moon. [Månen] 2. Thor with a hammer and a pick axe. [Thor med en hammer og en…
Is this the FSM in an ancient cave painting? « Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
With millions of devout worshippers, the Church of the FSM is widely considered a legitimate religion, even by its opponents – mostly fundamentalist Christians, who have accepted that our God has larger balls than theirs.
San Rafael Swell images by Greg Russell
Fine art and stock photographs by landscape and nature photographer Greg Russell. The San Rafael Swell region of southern Utah is somewhat isolated, but contains several hidden jewels, including Goblin Valley State Park, which is made up of oddly-shaped hoodoos of Entrada Sandstone, as well as the canyons of the Swell itself.
The Parowan Gap Zipper Glyph Calendar, Utah
Parowan Gap is a passage through the Red Hills near Cedar City. It has a marvelous selection of petroglyphs, of which the most amazing is this solar calendar which marks the seasons as the sun passes through the gap. For more information on this calendar see www.parowangap.org/ These petroglyphs were carved approximately 1000 years ago by the ancestors of the Southern Paiute or by the people of the Sevier-Fremont culture.
Petroglyphs in Russia. Lower Amur River (border between Siberian Russian and Inner Manchuria in China) at Sakachi-Alyan. Some petroglyphs date back to 12000 BCE. The tribes settling along the Amur produced the human-like mask and a “skeleton” style – both reflecting a type of shamanism. There are about half a million of petroglyphs known in Siberia and the Far East of Russia. (rw)