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Brittany 2012 : Brittany 12_05 : Neolithic Carving

One of the stone carvings lining the passage way. I studied this for a while, as I'm sure many before me have. A thought was nagging me. The symbol was vaguely familiar. It was almost a primitive version of a glyph. When the Celts migrated out of Central Asia, one branch followed the south shore of the Mediterranean and sailed up to Brittany. That is why the megaliths congregate on the shore. They had become mariners. It is not a stretch to suppose that some left Gibraltar and picked up the Canary current. This would have taken them to South and Central America. They would have brought their culture and symbolism with them. Perhaps that symbolism evolved into Mayan glyphs(3000 yrs ago), a cultural if not a racial transfer. Ah well, it's fun to speculate.

Julia: on 2013-01-06 14:38:09

And why not? I bet you are right.

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