San Rock Art (Botswana). 'The Tsodilo Hills, Botswana’s only Unesco World Heritage Site, are sometimes referred to as the ‘Louvre of the Desert’. More than 4000 ancient paintings, many dating back thousands of years, adorn the caves and cliffs of these picturesque mountains, which remain a sacred site for the San people.' www.lonelyplanet....
STAR GATES: WHAT IS THESE MESSAGE THAT THEY LEFT THOUSANDS YEARS AGO FOR US HERE ON EARTH?? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK??? Petroglyph In Paka Vaka Rock Site, Easter Island, Chile. “Symbols have been found on a number of stones on Easter Island, several thousands of petroglyphs can be found, like the legendary “bird man”, the material used for making them was usually volcanic rock with smooth surface”
The Pomier Caves are a series of 55 caves located north of San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic. They contain the largest collection of 2,000-year-old rock art in the Caribbean primarily by the Taino, but also by the Carib and the Igneri, the pre-Columbian indigenous inhabitants of the Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and some of the Lesser Antilles.
Laas Gaal or Laas Geel is a complex of caves and rock shelters in Somaliland. Famous for their rock art, the caves are located not far from Hargeisa, and contain some of the earliest known cave paintings in Africa. Laas Gaal's rock art is estimated to date back to somewhere between 9,000–8,000 and 3,000 BCE. © Eric Lafforgue