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Silver plaque in the shape of a condor. Peru, 600 - 900 A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Silver plaque in the shape of a condor. Peru, 600 - 900 A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Moche culture of Peru, Ornament in the form of a feline face, c.100-450 (source).

Moche culture of Peru, Ornament in the form of a feline face, c.100-450 (source).

ancient art -  this vace  shows a being wearing a suit that appears to include a helmet and controls on the front - the subject is sitting on something, and the legs of that object suggest movement.

ancient art - this vace shows a being wearing a suit that appears to include a helmet and controls on the front - the subject is sitting on something, and the legs of that object suggest movement.

Eagle pendant  Metal, Gold, Pendants, North and Central America, Panama, 11th–16th century, Veraguas (?), Gold, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Eagle pendant Metal, Gold, Pendants, North and Central America, Panama, 11th–16th century, Veraguas (?), Gold, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cloud People of Peru. The figures' gazes are fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear over the vast Utcubamba Valley. Known as the Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas (a name given to them by the Inca who conquered them shortly before the arrival of the Spanish) were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the rain forests of northern Peru. Their civilization was decimated in the 18th century but they remain as a strain within general indigenous ethnicity in modern Peru.

Cloud People of Peru. The figures' gazes are fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear over the vast Utcubamba Valley. Known as the Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas (a name given to them by the Inca who conquered them shortly before the arrival of the Spanish) were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the rain forests of northern Peru. Their civilization was decimated in the 18th century but they remain as a strain within general indigenous ethnicity in modern Peru.

Drum, Peru, 1st century, Nasca culture, ceramic. Ceramic drums with central, bulging sounding chambers were made in southern Peru at the turn of the first millennium. Among the most elaborately finished are those of Nasca style.

Drum, Peru, 1st century, Nasca culture, ceramic. Ceramic drums with central, bulging sounding chambers were made in southern Peru at the turn of the first millennium. Among the most elaborately finished are those of Nasca style.

Amazing new Mayan artifacts prove the extraterrestrial connection between the Maya and their galactic visitors. Interestingly, while Quetzalcoatl was described by the Maya as appearing to be Caucasian, having blonde hair and blue eyes, some of the artifacts appear to have African characteristics, thus giving credence to the hypothesis that our civilization was seeded here from various star nations.

Amazing new Mayan artifacts prove the extraterrestrial connection between the Maya and their galactic visitors. Interestingly, while Quetzalcoatl was described by the Maya as appearing to be Caucasian, having blonde hair and blue eyes, some of the artifacts appear to have African characteristics, thus giving credence to the hypothesis that our civilization was seeded here from various star nations.

Moche Anthropomorphic Effigy Vessel - PF.3504 Origin: Peru Circa: 100 AD to 500 AD Dimensions: 8.5" (21.6cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Style: Moche Medium: Terracotta

Moche Anthropomorphic Effigy Vessel - PF.3504 Origin: Peru Circa: 100 AD to 500 AD Dimensions: 8.5" (21.6cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Style: Moche Medium: Terracotta

homoarchaeologicus:  Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico. Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara.  Even though many scholars maintain that this is a bat mask, many of its features point towards its identification as a feline, possibly a jaguar. If this is correct, it may be associated with power and royal lineages. Regardless of its identification, it is one of the most valuable treasures ever recovered from Monte Albán. - mesoweb.com

homoarchaeologicus: Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico. Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara. Even though many scholars maintain that this is a bat mask, many of its features point towards its identification as a feline, possibly a jaguar. If this is correct, it may be associated with power and royal lineages. Regardless of its identification, it is one of the most valuable treasures ever recovered from Monte Albán. - mesoweb.com

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