Bingo! We have a Mycenaean Match in Ole Mexico
A carved stela that I photographed on Cerro Gordo de Teotihuacan contains a symbol for a comet, which identical to the symbol of a comet on the Tugaloo Rock, found in Northeast Georgia. While two of the ships pictured on the Tugaloo Rock are identical to petroglyphs in Sweden and Norway, which portrary Scandinavian Bronze Age boats, the third ship appears to be Mycenaean, Minoan or Phoenician. A stone tablet containing Mynoan Linear A script was found near the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, GA.
The abstract portrayal of a comet is identical on the Nyköping, Sweden petroglyphs (2000 BC), the Tugaloo Rock (Georgia), the Track Rock Petroglyphs (Georgia) and the stela that I photographed on Cerro Gordo de Teotihuacan. But is there an obvious linguistic connection between Mexico and the eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age civilizations? It’s a good thing that it was not a snake, because it wouldn’t have bitten me. Guess what the Totonac, Mexica (Aztec), Mycenaean and Minoan word for a deity is? Teo . . . as in Teotihuacan or Centeotl, the Totonac god of corn! How about them thar apples?
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