At Tiwanacu Pryamid Bolivia
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Your photo is absolutely amazing, and I'm so glad to hear your voice. Your journey there must have been incredible!
Can you see the head of puma? He looks out to the right.
After seeing your photo, I have begun researching Tiwanacu. Are you returning there sometime?
Wow It's amazing what you can see. I used to live near Joshua Tree and I loved seeing the spirits in the rock just like you can. I took this picture, strange huh! at Tiwanacu, Bolivia. Thanks for your spectacular ability to see this and sharing it!
Just exploring your photos for the first time, Carol. How wonderful this is!! Maybe someone can see these too?
I see 3 distinct images on the face, that begin from the top of the head, all the way down to the chin. All are women. At the top, and standing tall, is "Speaks to the Stars" the youngest of the 3 grandmother images. She gazes upwards toward the highest white cloud on the right. Her profile is white, her long, graying hair is pulled back to the nape of her neck in a large bun. Her long, somewhat pleated skirt begins at the inner corner of each eye of the statue. Her right index finger points to the top of the (statue's) left brow, touching it Between the brows is a large profile image of what reminds me of Grandmother Agnes, from Oregon (of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers) looking out to (our) left. She is wearing her traditional hat (like an upside down basket). Just below Grandma Aggie's chin and white hair, sits the long-horned head dress of a sweet-faced, gentle Crone. She wears a white V-shaped blouse, covered over with a darker V-shaped top. Draped from her left shoulder is a long, striped wing, that comes to a point, just below her waist. Her white, shoulder length hair rests upon the shoulder area of (her left) wing. A ball-shaped medicine bundle hangs around her neck, positioned slightly to (her) right abdominal area. The hem of her long, light tan-colored skirt ends at the bottom of the chin. Long, boney arms cross over each other at the wrists. She clutches a rectangular suitcase (the carved lip area). I wonder about all the ancient medicines inside that she holds for us......
There is the partial shape of the Egyptian Ankh (symbol of life) on the outside of her suitcase. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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