The Cape Horn Frog, Hummingbird & Other Carvings

Posted on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Near the tip of South America rests this carved frog, hummingbird and what appears to be a line of either undeciphered ancient writing or other carvings. What do you think?

Last night the History Channel aired their program Who Really Discovered America. It was an informative program that encouraged us to expand our range of possibilities as to who the ancient discoverers of North America really were. It left no doubt that whatever the possibilities; Columbus was a late comer to the party. According to the program the candidates of first arrivals include the Chinese, the Japanese, the Welsh, the English, the Vikings and the Polynesians with their implied favorite seeming to be the Polynesians.

The History Channel is to be applauded for airing this segment because throughout the show it was emphasized that the evidence shows oceans and rivers were not obstacles to the ancients but rather highways that were used far earlier and to a much greater extent than  we’ve up until recently imagined. There is growing research that indicates early discoverers were more technologically advanced and the world more culturally linked than we have been taught. If you have the chance watch the program.

Take a look at these images and let me know what you think.

Hummingbirds are indigenous only to North, Central and South America. Therefore the only bird that could fly backward and in a stationary position would be almost unbelievable to an ancient immigrant to the Americas.

The Beak of the 10th Sun Raven STILL GLOWS!

Categorized as Geoglyphs/Maps

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