Bemused in Chaco Canyon
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A contribution by JohnGalt577

In the ancient caves around & just beyond the Canyon you can find strange pictures of beings with "Alien" like eyes & even imprints of 6 fingered & toed beings.

Not to mention the carved out cliffs in the canyon & housing units the size of football fields.
The Anasazi are said to have built the monolithic structures along with the carving of the caves.

When the Chacoans & Native Pueblos migrated here much later, they added on & created intricate geometric patterns, astronomical alignments & more iconic architecture—across vast distances of Chaco Canyon.

So who were the these "Anasazi" people?

Were they even Human?

Published on August 4th, 2021

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  This is awesome... I've been to the Chaco area and you've done a pretty good job of capturing the aura of the Sacred ares of the south west. There are so many layers here & as the gen morphs the separate ones jump out at you. I'll be listening to this regularly. Thanks