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Science in Ancient Artwork

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

by Charles William Johnson

PART: VI


Full-Flight Stage

It is now possible to obtain an overview of the vehicle's different elements and their relationship to one another in flight, The three elements, the housing, the motor, the canopy, in the indicated positions could possibly represent a visualization of full-flight space travel. Pakal may be represented as being in full flight towards a destination in deep space.

Again, the full-flight stage could be interpreted in distinct ways, combining in fact images with the enclosed, acorn-shaped capsule. However, the presentation of such an array of possible interpretations would require several lengthy essays. At present, let us simply present one possibility of full-flight as of the analysis forwarded in this essay.

PAKAL'S VEHICLE IN FULL-FLIGHT POSITION

1995-2007 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson



A composite view of Pakal's full-flight would also entail the other elements, the housing and the motor together.

A COMPOSITE VIEW OF PAKAL'S SPACECRAFT

1995-2007 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson


Pakal: The Maya Astronaut
Part VI

Pakal: A Comment

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