Paggaio photo


Mythology

According to the existing literature on rock-paintings, which can be found in the village Kryoneri of Kavala, near the mountain Lekani, just opposite Paggaio, at the Aggitis Gorge, near the Cave of Alistrati of Serres and at the northwestern part of Paggaio, the chronological age of rock paintings is defined approximately since 580.000 B.C. According specifically to . COLLART and CUCREY (1975), they are dated since the middle of the 1rst millenium B.C. Professor L. Hadjilatarides, a geologist, compares, in his announcements, these paintings to the respective ones of Europe in the Caves of Altamira (Spain), Lasceau (France) and those on rocks of Sahara, which are over 15.000 old; he believes that since the latter have colors, though the former are carved, these ones must be older.





The archaic Zodiac


The first written monuments on stars can be found in Mesopotamia. There lived the Babylonians, Sumerians, Akkads, Hettaes, Persians. On plates of burned earth (bricks), which these people used as territory delimiters, names "Koudourou", one finds designed names and figures of stellar bodies, not entirely explained till now. Using the sphenoid writing, Babylonians designed many of the Greek asteroids, using different names of course. Among these zodiacs, many appear in the 2 monumental babylonian poems, "Gilgamesh" and Enuma Elish", and this is how they remained ordered till the time of Hamourabi, circa 1570 B.C. This way, on the Koudourou appear the asteroids of Scorpion, Taurus, Ursa Major, Gemini and many others.

    

Representation of the prehistoric sketch showing a space vessel.


...Another sketch of similar interest among the rock paintings of Paggaio is one that does not look at all like an archaic painting. On the contrary, it is not difficult to understand that it represents an ultra-modern space vessel, with a fuel tank, a radar, a control panel, a navigation cabin and a navigator. It is a painting that supports the theory that the Thracean (Arian) races of Paggaio had memories of a higher and most evolved civilization. This civilization might have been destroyed or disappeared for reasons unknown up till now. What we cannot disregard, though, is the fact of the rock paintings and their subjects. Similar paintings have been found in the archaic civilization of the Mayas in Tsiapas, Mexico. Russian scientist-writer Katanchev believes that that the painting represents a space vessel, full with an air-navigation system, a turbo-compressor, a control panel, tanks, combustion chamber, turbines and exhaust. A similar object has been found in Toprakkale (Eastern Turkey), where the archaic Arian race lived, near Mt. Ararat. It is 22cm long, 7,5 cm wide and 8 cm high and belongs to the Our period (3000 B.C.). The similarity of this object to a contemporary one-seat space vessel is obvious, although the head of the pilot is missing. The object is in display at the Instambul Museum.


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