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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    okunevo:


    [the hopi believe that their intimacy with rattlesnakes and other ophidian species engenders rainfall and fecundity upon the high desert.]



    ^ "lord of rain" and "leader of rain".
    I think they are all same concept of malta boy artifact of sun and snake;

    "Another example of women in the Libyan style, with locks. Their invocatory gesture indicates a ceremony, again appearing to call down waters from the heavens to fructify the earth"


    https://www.suppressedhistories.net/...geometric.html


    okunevo symbols at the bottom of pottery:



    http://www.hinduhumanrights.info/pak...th-by-taliban/

    another symbol


    https://www.thoughtco.com/time-perio...-greece-118838
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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    3. The above shaman holds a drum composed of Circle (sky) and Cross. The Cross symbolizes A flying bird (crow) being a messenger from the Circle of sky or heaven. That is a shaman, a messenger from sky or heaven to connect heaven to earth. Ancient zhou king in China was called as a son of sky/heaven天子 , who thought he got a mandate from sky/ heaven天命.

    zhou horse burial:

    http://www.chinaknowledge.de/History...-religion.html

    scyhtian horse burial:
    https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn....ythianhors.jpg




    The practice of digging shaft tombs was a widespread phenomenon with prominent examples found in Mycenaean Greece; in Bronze Age China; and in Mesoamerican Western Mexico.[2]



    https://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistor...oto_blog&h=480

    shaft tomb in china

    http://www.kaogu.cn/en/News/New_disc...616/50594.html



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