Ancient animal carvings are thought to represent hunting scenes, animal gods, ancient kings or sometimes aliens.
Here, Martin Sweatman presents a compelling argument backed by good science that the pictures represent catastrophic astronomical events and the animals depicted are ancient zodiac signs that allow very precise dating of the carvings.
The whole series should be watched as it is essential to absorb this idea before attempting more ‘exotic’ interpretations.
// — //
This insight allows the sphinx for example to be interpreted as a feline zodiac sign and together with modern theories based upon stone weathering, proves that the sculpture significantly predates the dynastic Egyptians.
// — //
In this long and sometimes technical series, Martin Sweatman looks at the archaeological evidence concerning the Younger Dryas Impact Event, a global catastrophe possibly caused by a series of meteorite impacts on Earth 13000 years ago.