Good day all, I am curious if someone might be able to help me. A long time ago I remember reading a story, of an old earth myth. It went along the lines of a two headed fire dragon that fell from the sky and caused great damage and havoc upon the earth. Or it was two Dragons, one eating the others tail that hit the earth, or two dragons that passed by the earth very close one eating the others tail of fire. I have not been able to find this old story or information regarding it.
anyone our there remember this or know the story name, or the civilization who had that story?
Has anyone made an Aztec death whistle and would be willing to share the design/plans for it. They sound incredibly (ahem) Dead On.
Can’t be that hard to make, although ancients built many things we really can’t copy, so maybe thisobservation is off base!
Azetc Death Whistles...make a bunch for Halloween/day of the Dead/Saturnalia gift giving.
On a hike recently, at a state park in southeast Michigan.
Prior to the hike, we decided to try out gps waypoint markings of a high point hill peak. We found the hill peak with no problem near a hiking trail. The waypoint appeared to be 100 foot off the trail.
So, we decided to find the actual waypoint and bushwhacked it. Found a large pile of rocks in the middle of thick trees right off of the trail, thought must of been a landowner or the state clearing things out.
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I'm sure most of you here know that many ancient artifacts have been unearthed around the world that do not fit into the accepted theories of human history. Take a look at two such artifacts found in Southeastern Arizona in the past decade at the link below. They appear to be Oldowan Tools, ancient stone tools used by such proto-human species as Homo habilis and Homo erectus. Yet, history says these species were never in North America. So how do these artifacts get into a dry river bed in Arizona, USA??? I will be interested in reading your observations, theories, and opinions.