The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world. With one exception, all of the cave art paintings have been dated between 30,000 and 33,000 years old. According to Sir Daryl Breece and Canadian Gerald D’Aoust, this sacred site is the ancient common point of origin for religion and philosophy. (See Is the creation story recorded in a French cave?)
Breece is a member of the Knights of Columbus and co-author of God’s Steed: Key to World Peace. His book explains that a Pegasus, or winged horse, etched on Chauvet’s walls around 33,000 BCE, is the first illustration of the celestial winged horse. Indeed, the Pegasus graces the cover of God’s Steed.
According to a new press release, the authors claim the cave’s murals were created by a shaman who may have helped build the Ark which rode the roiling waters of the great flood and witnessed the animal pairs disembark to dry land. In this scenario, the flood survivors would have been the direct descendants of Adam and Eve. Finding shelter in the Chauvet cave, the shaman-artist would have been Noah or one of the other ark passengers.
“Starting with the Garden of Eden and Chauvet, the winged horse has permeated history – even steering it with hundreds of monumental documented appearances including Adam; Noah/Shamash; Jesus; Elijah; Mohammed; Genghis Kahn; Buddha; Confucius; Caesar; and even future Judgment Day, which is basically the same story in all religions, 85,000 words of exegetic text, witnesses and a plethora of incredible graphics make palpable the existence of this supernatural being.”
According to Manly P. Hall, author of The Secret Teachings of all Ages, “The winged worse symbolizes the secret doctrine and spiritualized body of man.”
In God’s Steed, Breece writes,
“Enlightened architects, craftsmen and builders used the winged horse Pegasus Constellation as a reversed geometric pattern to emulate great buildings or temples. This constellation first formed in the sky as stars merged around 12,000 BCE. That was over 20,000 years after the Chauvet Cave artist carved the angelic horse into limestone cave walls….Oracles, priests and shaman from ancient Greece, Tibet, Japanese Shinto, American Indian, Russian Siberian, Buddhist, Hindu, Celtic, Magi, Muslim and many others know their spirits serve as horses, as mounts to be ridden (back to heaven).”
The French have limited access to the cave except for scientists, maintenance and a film crew. One scientist called the esteemed End Chamber The Holy of Holies. The film, Cave of Forgotten Dreams by Werner Herzog, spoke of scientists having vivid, lucid dreams after visiting the cave. According to Breece, people who viewed the movie have also reported daylight visions. There are dangerous levels of CO2 in the lower area of the cave that cause dizziness, tightness of the chest and eventual unconsciousness. However, there seems no relations to these natural physical reactions to the CO2 and the spiritual visions.
Breese proposed a peace accord dedicated to the Truth: “We the people of all faiths, in the Spirit of our Creator’s truth and goodness, confirm here that we will work together as one for permanent and lasting peace.”
This Truth has been called Dharma, the Law, and even Universal Religion (Cicero). Spirit of Life, Breece says, is the prevalent theme in both magical murals. The angelic winged horse is present with many names throughout scripture and lore, but is always known as a symbol of peace, truth and the Creator’s Holy Spirit. Breese predicts greater understanding and tolerance will result from sharing the cave art’s profound symbolism and truth, which in turn may lead to global peace.
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Source in part: EIN Presswire www.24-7pressrelease.com