The Great Google Earth Eagle Mystery Challenge and the Seven Principles of an Eagle lead into our coming postings -- including our provisional draft map of the ancient land survey of Native America - a map which we shall compare to the lines on the Cahokia Birdman Tablet, which may record that survey. Get ready.
The eagle was a supremely important bird to Native American Indians and we recommend highly the reading of "The Meaning of the Eagle Symbol" at WarPaths2PeacePipes.com, where it is written inter alia:
"The Native Americans consider the bald eagle and the golden eagle to be sacred. As eagles are the highest flying birds they were seen to be nearer to the Creator.... The meaning of the Eagle symbol was to signify courage, wisdom and strength and its purpose was as the messenger to the [Great Spirit]."Even if one does not take up our Great Google Earth Eagle Mystery Challenge or even if one is not interested in ancient Native American peoples and customs, one should nevertheless do oneself a favor and read the fabulous online posting about the Seven Principles of an Eagle from Berean Publishers.
There could be something valuable there for everyone. Take a look.
Below now is the image for our Great Google Earth Eagle Mystery Challenge which we have clipped from Google Earth via Google Earth Pro and which of course is a photographic image in the copyright of Google and its affiliates.
Where is the site of that image located?
It is easier to find that Eagle in Google Earth using our provisional draft map of the ancient land survey of Native America -- indeed, that is how we found it.
It is very difficult to find that eagle otherwise.
We can already tell you that Google Image Search will not find it.
It is, as far as we can tell, fully unknown.
Please note, by the way, that we are not affiliated with Google in any way, who have nothing to do with this search or with this mystery, but it can be found via Google Earth viz. Google Earth Pro, and we will reveal its GPS location shortly.
Here is the image for the Great Google Earth Eagle Mystery Challenge:
Where is its location on Google Earth?
should you be lucky enough to find it,
what is its significance, viz. why is the Eagle there?
WarPaths2PeacePipes.com writes inter alia:
"Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams from generation to generation through Symbols and Signs such as the Eagle symbol. Native American symbols are geometric portrayals of celestial bodies....The realms of the Eagle -- both "sky" and "Earth" -- constitute the whole idea of the ancient land survey of Native America by astronomy, which was fully in concordance with the hermetic tradition, "as above, so below".
The eagle had the ability to live in the realm of spirit, and yet remain connected and balanced within the realm of Earth. The eagle is therefore often connected with balance.... The Abenaki solar deity 'Kisosen' meaning "Sun-Bringer" was symbolised as an eagle whose wings opened to create the day and whose wings closed to create the night."
Hermeticism taught that there is only ONE theology of God for all men, given to mankind in antiquity, and that this theology is found in ALL religions:
"The tradition claims descent from a prisca theologia, a doctrine that affirms the existence of a single, true theology that is present in all religions and that was given by God to man in antiquity."The fixed heaven of stars above was used by the ancients as a ready map, designed by the Great Spirit, the Creator, for mapping the Earth below.
And the Eagle, of course, was there.
THIS POSTING IS Posting Number 134 of
The Great Mound, Petroglyph and Painted Rock Art Journey of Native America
The Great Google Earth Eagle Mystery Challenge and the Seven Principles of an Eagle: The Eagle as the Messenger to the Great Spirit, the Creator