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Old 01-15-2008, 02:11 AM
 
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Haa Maruaweka!

Here's a couple of funny things I found on the net about Aztlan.

An AZ judge has a website that not only shows Anasazi Petroglyphs(Deer Canyon,AZ) of the Crab Nebula Supernovae event of May,1054,but one of the petroglyphs shows a "heron" observing the event.
He also has a link to a study of various european calendars and their dating of the Supernovae event as early as April,1054.
Of course,actual indian accounts are of no particular interest to Spanish "Aztecs"(Spaztecs)
Another thing I found is a Baja California pictograph showing th Crab nebula next to the moon(Jul7th or 8th,around sunset,according to star charts,i forgot the exact time),anyway,this is where the moon got the name of Coatlicue/"Snaky skirt".

June and July of 1054 were an unusual eclipse season for Aztatlan.
Ura Lawrence
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