Chimney Rock, Colorado: Sacred Masculine and Feminine … by Alice ..

Dear Ones,

There’s a place called Chimney Rock National Monument in Colorado, which is the northeasternmost outlier of the Chacoan Culture and one of the highest Ancestral Puebloan sites. There are two ‘chimney’ rocks there that, from a certain perspective, look like the profiles of the faces of a Puebloan man and woman…

The first photo shows the man’s face, in the left chimney, but only a little of the woman’s face (in the right chimney) … see .50 in this video:

Video: Chimney Rock National Monument, Colorado: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXTXwnlKXtM ..

The second photo shows only a little of the man’s face on the left; the woman’s face better (in the right chimney) …

Take a look: https://iamofthestars.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/59dc2-img_3107.jpg

This looks to me like a celebration of the alliance of two Ancient Cultures. The man looks Aztec … see http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-fine-arts-mesoamerica-stone-sculpture-probably-aztec-original-mexico-58330842.html

or possibly Mayan … see http://beforeitsnews.com/mediadrop/uploads/2014/23/fc8df6d39006fbe4f1b47db9ecb00671bff87cd5.jpg

I haven’t yet placed the woman culturally.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

More on the Monument here: http://www.chimneyrockco.org/whatisCR.php

 

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