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The Recorded Birth of Spiritual Awareness, in Petroglyphs


I stumbled onto this aspect of human consciousness one night while working with the European cave art. During that night I was escorted from the more basic thought patterns of human reality to the most complicated concepts regarding self recognition. The first photo below is of a simple hand from the Chauvet Cave in France. Without judgment or preloaded desire I was introduce to the creation of humanity’s need to experience spiritual connections from the Earth existence. I was not expecting this level of interaction, but I did find it to be one of the most interesting subjects to explore. This is because I realize that all that is created in the physical world comes from a nonphysical template. Understanding different types and levels of consciousness gives one a window into life and our physical reality. There is no greater learning than this!

These people were as intelligent as we are today and in some ways had abilities far more advanced than us. To connect to these people there are two things that need to be part of a researcher’s tool box. The obvious is the shamanic ability and the other is the capacity to stay completely open to other levels of consciousness. Without either of these working together there is no possible way to understand the Petroglyph sites.



A summery of that evening’s information:

The handprint is from an older culture and a different “family” of humans than the Solutreans and Magdalenian that later worked there. Although 2 physical DNA helixes of the 12 can show some differences between human groups, it is conscious levels of awareness that determine the family’s line and its level of creativity – Soul Group origin. In today’s perception these people would be called the Gravittian. The image was created as a type of signature, a recognition of self and one’s existence in physical form, or the recognition of being aware and alive in a human body. This might sound very basic but it is a step into higher levels of awareness from the physical animal kingdom (our bodies). This level of awareness is shared by some animal forms but humans have the uniqueness of being able to portray this in an abstract mark of personal recognition. The above picture is a diacritic symbol that speaks of more than just the outline of a human hand. It is a mark that denotes presence. This is similar, but expressed differently, in the animal kingdom. Animals express their presence in life (as a signature) through samples of their biology, called scent. In this method a part of the animal is left to identify personal presences.

You can see the difference here; one is leaving a part of oneself as an identifier, and the other is leaving a thought form as an abstract or abridged identifier. The difference is that consciousness has identified itself outside of the biological apparatus. One sees itself as separate of the physical form. This can only happen if one recognizes that their conscious creative template is from outside of the physical form. This was the breakthrough of spiritual essence in the physical from the animal kingdom! It is the true identifying difference between an ensouled human and an animal. That is not to say animals don’t have souls, for they do. The differences in humans are the composition of their parts. Humans are not animals but are the consciousness of a soul that is co-creating with the soul of their human body. No, we are not invading the human body, we are having a co experience with a life form in the Earth reality. The human consciousness, which resides outside of the body, is in effect co-creating in a symbiotic relationship with its animal physical form. (See article on Dorajuadoik for further spiritual understanding of animals.)

Within this simple handprint is a demonstration of the current level of work being accomplished during this time period. The advancement in this shaman’s work is also being shown with the recognition of one’s placement amongst others in their life. In other words, it is the ability to recognize others as different forms of consciousness but still a part of one’s reality’s creation. The four fingers relate to the members of this ones immediate family.

I was also shown that it represented on deeper levels of this one’s work, recognition of four levels of ancestors (prior “DNA families”). Summing up all of the above awareness, it shows a level of humanity that is unravelling its placement in life in relation to others of the same level of awareness. This is the 1st level of pre religion consciousness.

In the above picture see the knuckle angle and recognize it is a bent thumb (some researchers think it’s a missing digit). The hand has a thumb that is folded inward, which angles the palm and gives a different finger spread (as seen in the two middle ones). Spread your fingers and thumb, see the thumb’s knuckle is a straight line. Bend the thumb and the knuckle protrudes to the side. The thumb is not missing as this painting is sign language.   


Patagonian - A Shamanic Cache


2nd Level of Spiritual Consciousness.


The hand print petroglyphs can mean many things but from one level of my teachings I am told that they are usually an identity of self or group. This can be seen in the above hand collage from Patagonia, Argentina. I have been told that this mosaic is a Shaman Energy Cache. This cave was used for shamanic practise and teachings with only shamans being allowed to contribute to the mosaic. Each handprint is a signature of personal energy of the shamans that worked there. At this site there were generations of shamanic workers that believed that they were the only ones that could take ownership of this spot and the teachings in the cache. Part of the teaching was the recognition of the masters that came before them. Stories and teaching were downloaded to the student shamans by oral legends and energetic connections associated through the handprints. All teachings were thus iconic to specific signatures of individual prints on the wall.

These sites became a reference portal for the type of energy work they desired. The sacred teachings inspired the followers to contribute their understandings and energy to the wall mosaic. In this type of petroglyph site, identifying to their race and other individuals in their “family” became the focus. It consolidated this part of humanity’s existence into this reality. It is at this point in history that humanity became culture. The definition of culture is the recognition of ones family line and the parts that link physical and spiritual themes into a supported belief system. Expanding and grounding ones consciousness into the physical reality allowed the spiritual connections to be cemented for more efficiency. Soul Groups could then organize into genetic profiles that could work together to establish the exchange of lessons that needed to be experienced, all within the desired theme (the true purpose of being in the physical).

This pattern is still in existence today, even in our modern North American continent. You can recognise them for they live in segregated religious communities. This is not a judgment as it is merely a way of members of a Soul Group to refine lessons within a specific energetic vibration. This recognition of ones species within purpose and role is the second level of pre religion consciousness.


It must be understood that Shamanic Caches are not just physical objects, but a collection of energy that connects a worker through a point of focus to the past, present, or future realities. There is a site open to the public that this energy can be experienced. It is the Mayan city of Uxmal, beside the Pyramid of the Magician. The structure is called the Nunnery Quadrangle but in the teachings of the modern Mayan shaman Hunbatz Men, “it is not a palace but a teaching center”. It was a center that potential mothers leant how to contact the unborn infant to facilitate the growth of a balanced child. Yes, this is a level of awareness that has not been achieved in our modern culture! To enter this female pavilion you walk through an archway that has its ceiling covered with the hand prints of the women shamans that taught there. Walking through this archway is a form of attunement, which I have personally witnessed in the effects it had on a female member of my visiting group.    

Chauvet Cave


3rd Level of Spiritual Consciousness.


In the Petroglyph mural above (Chauvet Cave) are many layers of teachings that took place, over different periods of time. The mural represents the developmental stages of a new form of corporal search into spirituality. This overall teaching is the third stage of pre religion. In this developmental stage of conscious awareness it is social contribution (ones value in family) that becomes the primary teaching.

At this developmental time period shamanic teaching needed a new form of communication that others could relate to. The shamans were introducing more abstract concepts of life that we take for granted today. Due to humanity’s emersion out of the natural world of plants and animals, it was understandable that animal’s mobility and their personality traits could be utilized. The known traits of different animal’s behaviour had become an axiom among the hunter gathers of this time. This common knowledge became the bridge for larger community communication. Predictable animal behaviour was easier to describe than the expanse of human personalities. That is without mentioning the fact that shamanic Lower World Power Animals are also selected by their abilities and strengths. It became a dual symbol of choice that all could relate to.

The caves continued to be centers of teaching for each period and the individual groups working there. In this third level, identifying roles and position in community settings was a new stage of shamanic awareness. This was the beginning of creating a society within the cultural. In this third stage, learning how to co-create or work together for the benefit of all (the families’ strength) was the focus. Observing the animals hunt had shown them the way of strength in numbers. A pride of lions worked together to catch their meals, with the wise and skilled one in the lead as others followed in pursuit. This leader role over the family conformed perfectly within the teaching shaman groups and was a huge step towards creating a culture or civilization.

Division of sexes still maintained natural roles similar to the lion pride with human females hunting along side males if needed. The exception was the same as the lion pride, with the females taking time off from the hunt to raise young. I was told the practise of both sexes hunting was still in use as late as the North American Paleo cultures (Agate Basin and Clovis were specifically mentioned).

On spiritual levels, cultural roles allow different expressions of experience for Soul Groups. The division of the two sex’s ability, times their parental roles, gave more opportunity for a soul’s incarnation. It allowed the entire spectrum of the human experience to be researched by the incarnating soul.

Power became group awareness and not just a personal aptitude. Many could share the power of the most powerful individual by co-creating in a pack like the lion pride. This also was the beginning of some offshoot ideologies in the shamanic world. There were different interpretations of power and individual needs. Population growth due to climatic restrictions, had forced many different cultural families into smaller areas. This gave rise to more exchange of ideas and the creation of the different shamanic clans. These shamanic clans lasted in North America right up to the nineteen century.

In the above photo see the progress of the art style, starting from the left and increasing in ability as time goes on to right. Each group was a separate period of time and new development of this cultural aspect.

Shamanic clans were the beginning of the soldier concept with a leader or powerful one becoming the guiding “light” for others to follow. Similar to herds and wolf packs the leader becomes the clan’s focus. Below is an example of this clan order with their individual shamanic power animal symbols; the horse, bison, and aurochs. In the clan system each animal type becomes the totem or icon representation of the order of focus. Totems represent the known abilities and strengths of the animal.   

Chauvet Cave

The shaman leader was represented as a Power Animal in the murals. In a herd of horses this could be represented by the Rhinoceros and in other herd species as some other animal of strength. These leaders were always power animals like the bear and rhinoceros. The choice of power animal represented the leader’s abilities and strengths, as recognized by the animals known abilities and habits. Along with the choice of animal was the known connection of the leader shaman’s own Lower World power animal. Each animal also had other human qualities assigned to it. An example of this would be the Rhinoceros as being the protector. The reason to choose a different animal other than the same type of herd animal, was to separate the represented abilities and powers of the shaman leader over the rest of the herd. To show the powerful one amongst the other animals of the herd there had to be an outstanding animal. Staying with the horse symbol in the herd would mean creating a horse that stood out above the others, but creating another horse would lose the different meanings that were also assigned to this leader. The best solution to this was to show a power animal even if it was not an animal of the herd.

Due to climatic shifts and migrations, France and Iberia became a melting pot of 12 different family groups. They originated from all four corners of Northern Africa and Europe. The climate created an opportunity for humanity to know other peoples and cultures. This was a natural state then as there were no territorial characteristics or needs for humanity. All types of cultures or families were using the caves as power centers for their shamans. Each group tolerated the other because there was enough difference of habitat needs in their life styles. Some specialized in hunting specific animals, others focused more on marine life and still others were foragers of plant and small game. Like all natural species on earth, humans at that time filled all the niches so effectively there was no need to compete for territory or food.

The horse and lion collage below are a portrayal of shamanic growth. They show the stages of a shaman’s ascension into other realities. They saw the process as a time age comparison, using the animal symbol with the maturing growth life cycle. The lion, horse, auroch, and so on are all different shamanic clans. They worked sometimes during the same time period and in the same cave with complete tolerance and respect for one another’s work. Each honoured the other’s sacred space. The murals also show age ascension into adulthood.  Each group had their own desires, purpose, level and needs. The group of three lions on the right are the last of the paintings created in this mural. It shows an advanced level of understanding represented by the nonphysical white lion in the background. To different clans the bison and auroch were seen as herd animals of great power due to their aggressive natures and power in mass. To others the horse was swift and agile like their self image.



4th Level of Spiritual Consciousness:

These paintings and their embedded understandings became the early “spiritual books” of humanity. The master shamans could use the cave as a guide, showing the full spectrum of recorded knowledge, gathered from thousands of years of understandings. These caves became the first depository of spiritual understandings that integrated many different groups into a culture. As the culture’s population grew, the exchange of ideas and skills allowed more freedom for some to hone their own abilities. The first occupational trades were being established in this movement. The shamans typically became artisans while other groups excelled in lithic master pieces and personal adornment.  

This diversifying of people allowed shamanic groups to become more isolated and sophisticated in their teachings and research. Rather than daily needs, they fixated on adventures into the unknown, which led to OBE journeys to different lands. The adventures into different realities can be seen in the so called “geometric cave designs”. These are structural parts of the physical universe and have great accuracy, if you are aware of this structure.

The prime directive in this new research was the health of the culture itself. It had grown from personal self to “the people”. Seeing the growth in population and the growing scarcity of resources, it made sense to journey (out of body) to search for new lands. It is very easy for a shaman to travel anywhere to witness firsthand what is there. Discovering new land, continents, and islands are all second nature to shamans and their journeys out of body. This new research also created links to the ancestral migration templates. To fulfill this part of their recognition of self, as a culture, it became clear that they needed to retrace their beginnings. The majority decided to return to the legendary ancestral grounds but some shamans from different pre-cultural groups held fast to their own legends, of a different homeland source. These legendary differences led to some groups staying put in their current environment.  

The “homeland” migration came from an established pre-cultural people whose origin was from a prior migration out of the Caucasus area of Eastern Europe. Migrating in two different directional forks these Caucasus people (they called themselves the Douxcan – see statement at bottom of page *) managed to span half of the globe. While one went west, the other left for the east leaving some fragments holding steadfast to the homeland. The group that migrated to the France-Iberia region melded with eleven other groups of people that had also gathered there. The culture that developed during this time period is known today as the Solutreans. Of the two migrating forks of Douxcan people, my teachings call the France-Iberian side group number two. The other fork of this family is called group number 1 as they left slightly before the second migration out of the homeland. Group number one are the ones that ended up in the Americas, to eventually mix in with the Originals that already occupied this land (a huge story that many today have ties to). 

Around 18,500 years ago, group number two retuned to the homeland in the Caucasus area (a shamanic initiated migration) to hear legends of a new land that their ancestors had found (group #1’s Americas). With group number 2’s own pre-research on the subject and now the proof that others had left for a new land, they too followed. This was a second way into the Americas about 2000 years later.   

After the power source of the France-Iberian culture (Solutreans) had re-migrated back to the homeland, the ones that stayed evolved into the Magdalenian. This culture was a combination of traditionalist from the twelve group culture (including some Solutreans) that chose to remain. This is why the Magdalenian share some Solutrean cultural traits and yet still retain some more primitive lithic designs.

*  Douxcan people: pronounced “doo-can”

This is channelled information from a sculpture I have, from this area and time period. There was a large group that identified themselves as Douxcan. They used different prefixes to further describe themselves eg. “of bear” “of planes” based on land or practices (specialties) or animals they most greatly associated themselves with.  


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Remote Viewing the Chauvet Cave

As I was working on this webpage I decided to try some Remote Viewing of the Chauvet Cave. Holding an ancient artifact from France and the time period I managed to get some visions from inside, and at other times, I could not connect at all. On the last attempt I found myself in the cave to the right of this male. The vision was much clearer and in 3D than photo above (Curtis photo of North American native – the closest I could find). All I saw was his shoulders up and some movement in his face. The rest of the cave was black. I watched for at least two minutes before my excitement shifted me from the vision. It took me a few hours to realize that he did not have a beard. Which makes me question why artists always show the “cave men” with burly beards? I have no idea if this was genetics or a custom to shave (which I doubt). The part that excites me the most is that it might show another connection to the Solutreans and some of the North American tribes. The one I was watching was also about ten years younger than this above photo. I had RVed ancient Mayans at Coba, Yucatan before but this was the most ancient vision I have had.  

The frustrations in science:

From The New Scientist, 15 April 2003

"There is good reason to doubt chronologies based purely on style, admits Chris Witcombe, an art historian at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. He explains the difficulty with an analogy: "Imagine you are living in the distant future and only two objects survive from a lost and forgotten past: a painting by Picasso and a painting by Michelangelo. Which is the earlier work and which the later?"

But archaeologists must also be wary of radiocarbon dates, argue Pettitt and Bahn in a paper that appeared in Antiquity last month. Bahn's suspicions were aroused when he translated the latest coffee-table book on the Chauvet cave into English. Around 30 radiocarbon ages are presented in this book, but the measurements were all made at the same French laboratory. Using results from only one team, however skilled, just is not scientific, says Bahn.

Worse, the same laboratory is currently embroiled in an argument over the age of the artwork in another cave, Candamo in Spain. They dated black dots on its walls to 30,000 years ago, but Geochron Laboratories in Cambridge, Massachusetts, estimated the age of a second sample to be just half that.

The point is that carbon dating rock art is difficult. Because the samples tend to be incredibly tiny, it is difficult to measure the number of carbon-14 atoms relative to other carbon isotopes - the key ratio for pinning down the age.

"Everybody agrees there are problems," says Marvin Rowe, who heads a radiocarbon-dating lab at Texas A&M University in College Station. Contamination from groundwater or rock scrapings may further confuse the results."

Also See: Solutrean Boats

Cave de Vinci

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