Inyo has existed for thousands of years. There are representations of several identifiable mythologies pecked there. The easiest to identify are those of European origin. Lugh, Bel (Baal) and Tanit are all represented and identified properly. The mythology of the Native Americans is less clear, but obviously present
In the above picture, the number of rams are three. They are present on a panel with clear astrological (astronomical) representations. Nearby are another three rams, pecked by a deep crack in the stone. They are less clear in design, but the placement is suggestive that they may have been used to illustrate a story, what we would now define as mythology.
It is obvious that the ram has serious importance. The only single ram, pecked a short distance away at the entrance to the location, shares the panel with a geometric pattern.
The significance of these represenations cannot be underestimated. The University of California reports tend to classify these images as "perhaps a record of their hunts" or pecked to invoke good hunting. These ideas spring from devout ignorance. Following the rules of the educational establishment they cannot consider the fact that the Native Americans had even the concepts of applied geometry and astronomy.
© 2008The Equinox Project, All Rights Reserved. Compiled from the
contents of The Dawson Library
Created for and maintained by The Equinox Project Please email any comments, questions or suggestions to:
firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE you must remove !!! from the suplied address before using.
Last Modified January 2010