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Science in Ancient Artwork

PAKAL, THE MAYA ASTRONAUT:
A STUDY OF ANCIENT SPACE TRAVEL

by Charles William Johnson

PART: III


The Vehicle's Canopy

Now, let us turn our attention to the vehicle's canopy, or the top section of the image. Again, let us visualize the concept of movement in relation to the arms of the canopy, which also appear to have pivotal joints upon which they may be rotated. Rotation possibilities may be observed regarding the arms of the "cross", as well as two heads of the serpents.

As we may observe in the following illustration, the arms of the "cross" may be furled or extended, as well as rotated on their pivotal axes. The heads of the serpents may also be rotated along specific pivotal points, forming a seal with the bottom part of the vehicle. Both sections thereby come together to form an enclosed module. The image that obtains is that of an acorn-shaped vehicle; a shape that has often been reported in contemporary sightings of unidentified flying objects around the globe.

THE ACORN-SHAPED SPACECRAFT

1995-2009 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson


THE ROTATIONAL MOVEMENT OF THE CANOPY

1995-2009 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson

A complete and exhaustive analysis of the vehicle's canopy would require a book-length essay. For, as we shall see later, the canopy becomes significant in identifying the analysis of the "bird" perched atop the "tree". In this essay, we shall offer the findings regarding the vehicle's canopy that might be sufficient to comprehend its essential meaning, saving a more detailed analysis for a later essay.

1995-2009 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson


Pakal: The Maya Astronaut

Part III

Pakal: A Comment

"Pakal, The Ancient Astronaut:
Paleoanimation of the Sculpture of the Maya at Palenque
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