Mayan Altar in Acadia

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Mayan Altar at Acadia

This Mayan column is located at Monument Cove, Acadia National Park, Maine. It is a totem pole like column. I am seeing a Mayan official in a top hat and below him the head of a priest, both presiding over an altar on which a sacrificial figure is shown in a prone position.

The figure in the top hat is an official – the being overseeing the priest’s actions. But larger than the official is the Mayan cosmic consciousness, seen right in profile on the cliff.

The sculptural display connects in to the global Mayan grid and links to the temple altar at Chichen Itza, Mexico.

Cosmic Mayan Consciousness

Sacrificial offering

I’ve found nodal sculptures connecting to the cosmic Mayan consciousness at various points in my journeys and will show some of these in tomorrow’s blog.

Perhaps it’s because this Mayan frequency resonates so strongly with me that I notice its presence. I have yet to figure out why these Mayan officials are usually depicted wearing a tall rectangular hat. The hat is reminiscent of drawings of ancient Chinese scholars where a tall hat was a sign of respect and status.

How Ancient is Ancient?

Monument Cove – Acadia

It is interesting that the figure in the top hat is always clearly an official of the culture, not the high spirit behind the culture. Sometimes, as here, the spirit behind the figure is shown. At other times, also as here, the official is shown overseeing earthly duties carried out by human priests

It is my impression that the figures in top hats are officials of an off-earth culture that was a part of earth’s evolution at a very early point in human development – about the same age as the ancient Chinese interactions.

I would love to hear from anyone who has information on this topic.



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