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The Vedic origins of Greek ship design

In this short paper I propose that the Greek ship design was based on the Makara creature. A vedic “sea dragon” with a floral tail, as representation of the Milky way. The boat mimicked the creature in the night sky / sky sea. See also my Makara paper here: If you appreciate my …

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Fluorescent minerals Minerals such as Tremolite, Diopside, Norbergite, Wollastonite, Fluorapatite, Willemite, Calcite, Sphalerite, Cleiophane, Franklinite, Chlorophane, Fluorite, Rucks Pit Calcite Clam fossil pieces, Sodalite or Hackmanite,  among others. NOTE: Typical Blacklight UV lights will NOT display any color.  Also, the intensity of the color will vary depending on the strength of the lamp you have.  I …

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  I suspect the images on the tiwanaku statues are ‘Ometecuhtli’. Quote source: (Aztec; Ome, “duality” and Tecuhtli, “Lord”) The Lord of Duality. This is seen as the Androgynous nature of the Spirit. He is represented as being joined with his spouse Omecihuatl (see entry by that name). Ometecuhtli-Omecihuatl is the Aztec Osiris-Isis, Joseph-Mary, …

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Mirrored page from. for further research.   The internet should never be the primary source for information, and should always be used with extreme caution. This page has come into existence because I stumbled upon an internet site dedicated to the griffin (alernately: “gryphon”, “gryps”). On that site the author stated that the griffin was …

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Island of Kekova The ancient geographical region of Lycia is situated on the Teke Peninsula of the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Ancient Lycia was surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea on the south, Caria on the west and Pamphylia on the east. The Lycian Civilization is well known by many remains in this area dated to …

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