>God Viracocha from Incan and pre-Incan mythology holding
lightning rods or snakes.
>The Long Man of Wilmington is a hill figure located near Wilmington, East Sussex,
England, on the steep slopes of Windover Hill.
From the evidence that I have seen in mythology the geoglyph is alot
older than people are making it out to be especially when compared with
the below image of gods holding onto snakes. The figure is a religious
symbol to represent the constellation of Orion which appears like a
goddess holding onto snakes.
>The Nazca man holding one hand up I believe is not a man waving
to say hello as most people would preferably would want to believe but
instead is a religious symbol and the hand in mythology represents the
Hyades cluster because the five fingers of the hand; each digit
represents a star in the Hyades cluster in the constellation of Taurus.
>The hand is seen in many mythologies. In the bible the hand is
represented as the left hand of god.
>Evidence of warfare in the heavens so to speak?
>Monkey at the Nazca lines in Peru with a spiral in the
background which could be evidence of ancient alien warfare (See
>The Spider at the Nazca lines could very easily represent the
general shape of the constellation of Orion as Orion is skinny in the
middle and branches off. Also to note there are eight major stars in
the constellation of Orion which could explain why they chose a spider
since a spider has eight legs (though the diagram shows more than