Sunday, February 18, 2018

The Sunshine Glyph of the Helios Kingdom

"This Artifact from Burrows Cave was identified as Cleopa Selene Heli or ( Cleopatra Selene I ) of the Alexander Ptolemy Heli Family. The Sun symbol for the King Alexander Heli II family of Judia (Juba?)is on the left top of her Artifact." The sunshine glyph on the Crespi elephant stone in Ecuador. This is a boundary marker for the Helios (sun) kingdom. The Burrows Cave elephant stone with the sunshine Helios glyph. The elephant is the symbol of Mauritania in North Africa (Juba). From Burrows Cave, an Amerindian wearing a yamulka. Portrait of a Chinese warrior from Burrows Cave.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Kinderhook Sunshine Glyph

The Kinderhook sunshine glyph at the top. An inscribed stone from Burrows cave, note the sunshine glyph at the top. Inscribed stone from Burrows Cave with the symbol for the goddess Tanit of Carthage at the top, the gold medallions from the cave bear this symbol also. Amulet necklace of the falcon god Horus from Burrows Cave. Burrows Cave sandstone artist. Vatican collection Herm-Anubis from the Roman era (compare to the sandstone above). This dates Burrows Cave to the specific time of Roman domination in Egypt. The Greeks and the Romans created some new gods when they were in Egypt.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Indians in Egyptian Ceremonies - in Egypt

A close-up of the Indians under a Zoroastrian winged disc. They hold a bird staff, this slate is beautifully engraved. Indians at an Egyptian ceremony. The leader who is one the same slate observing the above ceremony. There are pyramids below his profile showing that he is in Egypt. Most of the slates take place in Michigan. The mystic symbol as the sunshine glyph.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

The Owner of the Kinderhook Plates

This small portrait in copper could be of the owner of the Kinderhook Plates who was from Africa and had his kingdom from Pharoah. A Phoenician sphinx. the people of Burrows Cave and the Michigan Slates were Phoenicians from North African countries.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Trouble Back in Egypt?

From Burrows Cave by the incised sandstone artist. Is this an Egyptian priest confronting a Byzantine soldier in Egypt? From the Michigan Slates collection, these are pyramids back in Egypt. There is a blurred portion to the left of the goblet, it is a reclining body that the priest is pointing to, perhaps he is a casualty. This piece also represents trouble back in Egypt, the priest is facing off with a soldier. These conflicts occurred after the victory of Constantine at the Milvian Bridge where he saw the Pax Chi Rho in the sky. More incised sandstone from Burrows Cave. This one was on display in Palmyra, New York. The Burrows Cave alphabet is different than the slates alphabet. Great scene on sandstone, is the figure on the right a Mayan?

Monday, February 5, 2018

The Kinderhook Plates

A new profile from Burrows cave, new to me anyway. Note the sunshine glyphs. The Kinderhook Plates, note the sunshine glyph. A Kinderhook plate with a sunshine glyph. Kinderhook Plates: "I have seen 6 brass plates ... covered with ancient characters of language containing from 30 to 40 on each side of the plates. Pres J. [Joseph Smith] has translated a portion and says they contain the history of the person with whom they were found and he was a descendant of Ham through the loins of Pharaoh king of Egypt, and that he received his kingdom from the ruler of heaven and earth." Utahna Jessop: To some, that says it all. This copper artifact looks like the African ruler that Jospeh Smith described, it is from Burrows Cave. All of the people at Burrows cave and the slates civilization were from North Africa.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Bird Staff

The bird staff. The pyramids of Egypt on a slate relic from Michigan. A slates sundial from the collection. Two-sided Ibis bird artifact from Egypt similar to the slates.