Nazca Lines Condor
The giant geoglyphs at Nazca in Southern Peru date from 500BCE-500CE with a total of 70 figures. These specular zoomorphic designs carved into the Nazca desert can be best seen from light aircraft and this poses many questions. How did they see the finished designs, how did they calculate the measurements and who were they for?
The condor glyph measures 440-feet-long. The condor is king of the skies; it is also the largest flying bird in the world with a wingspan of 9 feet. Because condor is a master of the airwaves it is connected to the upper-world in the mythology of the Andes, while Peruvians associate the condor with the heavenly Thunderbird. Condor communicates with spirits and assists in spiritual ascension. This bird is a master recycler clearing up carrion for a cleaner environment. The condor is a symbol of clear sight, inspiration, awareness, independence, spirit communication, clearing obstacles and navigation of life.
Hand crafted porcelain, Length: 76cm. Ancient Realms is designed and handcrafted in Australia by – Sharon Bush, B.A. History/Ancient History U.N.E
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