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This interdimensionally-created mural honors the rescue and sheltering of Native Americans and animals inside the earth by the inner earth Ant People during two of the catastrophic changes that have occurred in earth history – destruction by fire and later by ice. This mural is located in the Garden of the Gods, Colorado.
This cliff sculpture commemorates when the Ant People rescued Native Americans not once but twice. This occurred when the earth was destroyed – first by fire and then by ice – and one earth world passed into another. It is told down through the generations, in Native American story, that the Ant People took groups of virtuous humans into their underground homes and protected and taught them until the earth was safe for humans to once again walk in the sun.
This story is commemorated by interdimensional artists, in a hundreds of feet tall ancient bas relief located in the Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Co. The figures in the story are of a lighter whitish stone set into the red stone around them. Below is a diagram of the mural.
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