Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Digest Number 1496 re: The Mayans
- Hi JudithRecently I have done much readings on the Mayans. There is so much we still don't know about this culture and so much more to be found. I does not surprise me that these do back in far distant dates.I was just reading a couple of interesting books and it is not only the Sanskrit but many other cultures that find a similar language dating back and it different times of the world. I am beginning to believe that after the "flood" that many cultural's have a common fllood myth mythology and they have been in much more recent contact with each other than is traditionally thought in earlier's times. There are so many things that add to this theory that I will not go into them at this point. Just doing a lot of research on this these past two years years. I have come to believe that these cultures had a founding ancestor....or civilizations and in regards to many previous studies. I have came to believe that the "mythology of these cultures" often represent a world wide tied culture also many have reconnoise until modern time and are unable to recognize these things until modern times.MythiIn a message dated 12/10/2006 8:17:33 A.M. Pacific Standard Time, Precolumbian_Inscriptions@yahoogroups.com writes:
4b. Re: Who Brought the Mayans to Mexico
Posted by: "Pam" pgiese@... pamela_giese2000
Date: Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:32 am ((PST))
Last spring, I attended a workshop/tour conducted by Mayan shaman Hunbatz Men. He taught that the Mayan, like most civilizations in the New World go back much more into distant time than historians and archeologists teach. He was quick to point out that (loosely translated) one of the words for the world in sanskrit was "Maya" and the tibetean buddhists teach that they come from "Maya" as well...And she danced under the icy winter moon with snow falling in her silken hair, until she found the ring of roses that enticed her into their warmth.