Gavin Menzies Antelope

Posted on Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Location: North East of Butterfield, Texas  Back out to 10 miles per bottom left legend

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I am dedicating this geoglyph to Gavin Menzies author of 1421:  The Year China Discovered the World and 1434: The Year a Magnificent Chinese Fleet Sailed to Italy and Ignited the Renaissance.  In my opinion, Gavin has done more than any other person in bringing the topic of ancient Asian migration to North America into the public conciousness. Although a “burr under the saddle” to numerous scholars around the world Gavin has taken his case to the populace with great success. He has generated lively debate around the world and brought numerous new seekers into the pursuit of the truth in this matter.

Thank you, Gavin, for taking the road less traveled

“Oh, Give Me a Home Where the Buffalo Roam Where the Deer and the Antelope Play.”

From this geoglyph one can assume that antelope have been making an impression on residents of this continent long before Columbus.

“Confusingly, the pronghorn antelope of North America is not an antelope, and no antelope species are native to the Americas.” “Most species of antelope are native to Africa, but some originate in Asia as well.”

This is as confusing as the apple orchards the Spanish explorers found in the Manzano (Apple) Peak area of New Mexico. (The only type of apple native  to North America is the crab apple.) “The tree originated from Central Asia, where it’s wild ancestor is still found today.”

Gavin Menzies Antelope

The Beak of the 10th Sun Raven STILL GLOWS!

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