Category Archives: Symbols

Posts that analyze symbols and how they relate to symbols attributed to the Lost Continent of Mu

Is There a Cache of Mayan Codices Hidden Away?

Recently I was reading ‘The Vestiges of the Mayas’ (1881) by Augustus Le Plongeon and I found on page 10 the following passage that implies that he knew the location of a repository of Mayan Codices:

If we are to judge by the great number of ruined cities scattered everywhere through the forests of the peninsula; by the architectural beauty of the monuments still extant, the specimens of their artistic attainments in drawing and sculpture which have reached us in the bas—reliefs, statues and mural paintings of Uxmal and Chichen Itza; by their knowledge in mathematical and astronomical sciences, as manifested in the construction of the gnomon found by me in the ruins of Mayapan; by the complexity of the grammatical form and syntaxis of their language, still spoken today by the majority of the inhabitants of Yucatan; by their mode of expressing their thoughts on paper, made from the bark of certain trees, with alphabetical and phonetical characters, we must of necessity believe that, at some time or other, the country was not only densely populated, but that the inhabitants had reached a high degree of civilization. Today we can conceive of very few of their attainments by the scanty remains of their handiwork, as they have come‘ to us injured by the hand of time, and, more so yet, by that of man, during the wars, the invasions, the social and religious convulsions which have taken place among these people, as among all other nations. Only the opening of the buildings which contain the libraries of their learned men, and the reading of their works, could solve the mystery, and cause us to know how much they had advanced in the discovery and explanation of Nature’s arcana; how much they knew of mankind’s past history, and of the nations with which they held intercourse. Let us hope that the day may yet come when the Mexican government will grant to me the requisite permission, in order that I may bring forth, from the edifices where they are hidden, the precious volumes, without opposition from the owners of the property where the monuments exist. Until then we must content ourselves with the study of the inscriptions carved on the walls, and becoming acquainted with the history of their builders, and continue to conjecture what knowledge they possessed in order to be able to rear such enduring structures, besides the art of designing the plans and ornaments, and the manner of carving them on stone.

If Le Plongeon did actually know where a cache of ancient Mayan codices that escaped the fanatical Bishop Diego de Landa Calderón, it would be a great boon to our understanding of the Maya.

These now-hidden manuscripts could assist in the interpretation of the Niven’s Stone Tablet discoveries from the Valley of Mexico.

Similar Symbol Appears Again…

While speaking with James Swagger in a recent interview, he asked me about some Chumash symbols in California that looked like some that James Churchward had in his books.
One of the symbols popped out almost immediately:

Chumash rock art in Painted Cave near Santa Barbara, California. Similar symbol highlighted.

Chumash rock art in Painted Cave near Santa Barbara, California. Similar symbol highlighted.

Looking just like some of the symbols on Dispilio Tablets (see blog entry here):

Dispilio Tablets The oldest known writing - discovered in Northern Greece in 1993

Dispilio Tablets
The oldest known writing – discovered in Northern Greece in 1993

And just like one found with the Bosnian pyramids (see blog entry here):
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And they also link to the oldest petroglyphs found in the US (see blog entry here):
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Unfortunately, James thought it was an animal track, but maybe there is a common thread of ancient wisdom that will one day be made apparent.

Have a great day.

Another Similar Ancient Symbol

Recently, there was some news about petroglyphs found in Nevada being the oldest ever found in North America. There was a symbol contained on those boulders that matched a symbol contained in my great-grandfather’s book, Sacred Symbols of Mu (see page 204, #41.)

Then, reading news about a discovery near the Bosnian pyramids, there was another such symbol.

Imagine my surprise when the Dispilio Tablets were examined and they also contain a similar symbol.

The oldest known writing - discovered in Northern Greece in 1993

The oldest known writing – discovered in Northern Greece in 1993

While the similarities between these symbols is hardly proof that they are from the same people or have the same meaning, it does provide impetus to continue searching for a link between them – that might prove an ancient advanced civilization.

Keep on searching and have a great day.