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Monday, June 20, 2011


New native research suggests that south western ancient American native petroglyphs_is_depicted_through_water_reflection's obscurely

Desert south west America land may have been a oasis of water at one time from a flood perhaps? this is according to ancient water reflection petroglyphs drawings? new Latest Research.

The 1200 year old ancient falling man rock art in nevada petroglyphs is in my opinion actually underwater man, man can't fly then' common now? - Keith Ranville Theory.
Rock art “is abstract, and made by prehistoric hunter-gatherers some 1200 years ago. The images are symbolic, and even though archaeologists can’t interpret most of them, they still had meaning for the migratory people who once lived here.” The images may have functioned as territorial markers, as ways of telling stories and documenting events such as the falling man. Once this area was covered with archaeological features such as agave roasting pits and a prehistoric campsites although now only the petroglyph’s remain. Trail Guide Getting to the Trailhead The Falling Man Rock Art Site is located way out in the Gold Butte Region at the northeast end of Lake Mead, about 2.5 hours northeast of Las Vegas in a wild, remote, and scenic area. From Whitney Pocket , in the Gold Butte Recreation Area turn around and drive back north for 1.4 miles to a dirt road to the west , which is just past a large sandstone crag with campsites around the base. Turn left and drive west on Black Butte Road. A number of side roads branch off from Black Butte Road, but most are obviously not the main road. However, at 1.2 miles from
Falling Man Petroglyph Sitethe pavement , take the left fork in the road. At 1.9 miles from the pavement, pole fencing on the south side of the road delineates a parking area . Park here; this is the trailhead.


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