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    Default Petroglyphs of New Caledonia

    I recently visited New Caledonia. Beautiful and amazing.



    New Caledonia together with New Zealand belongs to the 8th continent called Zealandia (sometimes Oceania), that sunk apart from these Islands to the bottom of the sea several million years ago. That is now surfacing in the mainstream science. We have been told that there are 7 continents, well there are 8.

    Short History:
    The earliest traces of human presence in New Caledonia date back to the Lapita period c. 1600 BCE to c. 500 BCE. The Lapita were highly skilled navigators and agriculturists with influence over a large area of the Pacific. Called after a place on New Caledonia were they were first discovered. A bit later Melanesian People came also to the Island by boat, they call themselves the Kanak. And regard themselves as the native inhabitants of the Island.


    Kanak Warriors

    But while exploring a bit I found very interesting Petroglyphes all over the Island.



    Some mainstream archeologists want to subscribe these Petroglyphes to the Kanak, but I took a long and deep look at the Kanak and everything they did was made out of Wood and somethings out of clay, never incarvings in stone (some small stonetools though). They wrote their history on bamboo. So I inquired further and asked some locals and they all said nobody knows who did these Petroglyphes. They have always been there since they can remember. Even when the Lapita People and later the melanesian "Kanak" arrived they found these Petroglyphes all over the place.













    An inventory of all known Petroglyphes on New Caledonia:

    http://www.persee.fr/doc/jso_0300-95...num_36_66_3023
    On this Page one can get a PDF to download but one has to enter a captcha.

    Nobody knows who did them and when.
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    Default Re: Petroglyphs of New Caledonia

    I will say to start, I thought. "what the hell are petroglyphs" Now I know they are etchings in stone. Yet the carvings. or etchins, of their meanings are unknown to me. I know back when they were written, it was effortlessly understood.

    And I cannot help but wonder, if the surfacing, and returning of lands, is the earth merely breathing as we do.

    Thanks for the post though uzn. Got me wondering a bit.

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    I adore this forum. Stones are truly the stuff of life; as are wood, dirt, etc. Obviously, there is a vibration with the symbols and etched in stone, there are deep messages there. I'm going to look up New Caladonia.

    Funny, but BB King sings about Caladonia.

    What a great thread, Uzn. There was a period where I really studied stones; agate, dzi, etc. I had some beautiful pieces. They really are messages in a bottle.

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    And also, Kanek sounds like Kanteck; Kantuck: Kentucky. It's all Celtic stuff.
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    Glyph s found in New Caledonia have similar glyph s found in New Zealand. In particular, spirals and labyrinths. Also ancient bullaun alters have been found in other Pacific Islands, such as Samoa and Fiji. New Zealand has probably the best representation of ancient art. The influence of this ancient megalithic art and artifacts may be due to the evidence from Ancient Celtic Neolithic civilizations in Ireland and similar ancient Celtic lands. Unfortunately, all this evidence has been suppressed by various governments.

    These ancient Celtic New Zealanders set up standing stone circles, solar observatories, trig mounds on hill ranges, obelisk survey markers, hill-forts built in the pre-Celtic palisaded style, defensive enclosures riddled with souterrain tunnel systems, souterrain houses, gable-roofed houses, stone beehive houses, canal systems, vast networks of overland walkway systems, irrigation systems, bullaun altars, etc., etc.,
    all of which later came into the possession of Maori as the spoils of conquest. In the early centuries after the arrival of the Polynesian-Maori, these more ancient inhabitants, who had occupied New Zealand for thousands of years, taught Maori such things as fish-net making, line-dancing, the art of facial tattooing, wood carving in the Celtic archaic styles as well as many forms of arts, crafts, weaving, games, oratory, music, fishing by the moon, etc., etc.

    For further reference, See: Celt, Druid & Culdee, by Isabel Hill Elder, 1938, pp. 59-60.

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    Symbols, obviously, pull the energy of their meaning into our reality. Like punching holes from above to below. It's a way of getting past the earth's "censors".

    I had an extremely unusual etched carnelian bead. I have never seen one like it before or since. It had very unusual symbols on it (not the usual carnelian bead symbols) and I used to look at it forever, trying to discern the meanings. That bead was really special and I knew it. Supposedly (best guesses) it was from the Indus Valley civilization.

    Unfortunately, I had to sell it to pay my mortgage (ended up losing my house anyway; thanks elite). God I didn't want to sell that particular bead. They all hold vibrations and I do believe they often have imprints from "above", sort of like crop circles.
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    Hy-Brasil springs to mind for some reason ?

    Thanks - interesting post.

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    Quote Posted by Villival (here)
    And also, Kanek sounds like Kanteck; Kantuck: Kentucky. It's all Celtic stuff.
    or vise versa, we been around and around.

    Looks like lots of languages in those petroglyphs uzn.
    Thanks so much for posting.

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    Quote Posted by Did You See Them (here)
    Hy-Brasil springs to mind for some reason ?

    Thanks - interesting post.
    I was thinking more of Lemuria (Mu) but Hy-Brazil fits well too.

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    See Bases 2017 Ireland Awakens Dr Eamonn Ansbro on VIMEO. (https://vimeo.com/245647222). This presentation provides some very interesting correlations of the presence of Hy Brasil. The whole presentation is well worth seeing for a lot of new material not known any where else on the net

    Hy Brasil, Penniston coordinates starts at 23.20 mins.

    Many old maps showing Hy Brasil from Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish and English cartographers. Some maps show the super imposition of Hy Brasil on the Penniston coordinates.

    Maori Shaman (New Zealand) linking Hy Brasil with Sandy Island near New Caledonia.

    A 7 year cycle old appearances and disappearances at 30 mins mark.
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    Ancient Celtic connections at 32 mins.

    Sandy Island mapped on many maps from Google, satellite maps, hydro graphic surveys.
    Then it disappears recently, even in hydro graphic survey.

    At 37 mins shows the evidence on a matrix of the relationship of Hy Brasil and Sandy Island appearances and
    disappearances within the 7 years cycle over 500 years.

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    Laird Scranton has just published a book on New Zealand Maori people's cosmology

    Decoding Maori Cosmology: The Ancient Origins of New Zealand’s Indigenous Culture

    https://www.amazon.com/Decoding-Maor...scranton+books

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    That book looks fascinating. Wish I had more room for books. I have more than my shelves can hold now. Thanks leaves.
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