The cave paintings of the Fernadero/Tataviam Tribe located in the Santa Susana Mountains, circa 1970s. The Tataviam settled in the Santa Clara River Valley around A.D. 450. The last full-blooded Tataviam, Juan Josa Fustero, died in 1921. About 600 Native Americans in the greater Los Angeles area claim Tataviam ancestry. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Tataviam Indian wheels and cave paintings.

Native Americans posing at San Fernando Mission, circa 1880. Photo credit: Title Insurance and Trust Company. San Fernando, Rey de España. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Chief Little Bear of the Fernandeño Tataviam tribe receives a helping hand from his grandson, circa 1990s. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Cave painting of hunters and elephants - Cederberg, South Africa

35000 years ago. Ancient Art History. Another drawing of half human/ half animal?Another 6-fingered hand observed. Shaman or alien?

Prehistoric Cave Painting | 35000 years ago | Art Ancient History. These are amazing. Follow the link to Maria Laterza's blog for additional images. There is also a good wiki for additional info at:

Zimbabwe cave paintings

The Cave of Swimmers is a cave with ancient rock art in the mountainous Gilf Kebir plateau of the Libyan Desert section of the Sahara. It is located in the New Valley Governorate of southwest Egypt, near the border with Libya. They are estimated to have been created 10,000 years ago during the time of the most recent Ice Age.

Long ago, the Klein Karoo was not the desert that it is today, but rather a world that existed under the sea. Receding waters left us with the Cango Caves and the legend of a Mermaid. San rock paintings located in the driest of Karoo areas depict Mermaid-like creatures. The San people were known for directly depicting what they saw, not interpretive rituals. Bushman spoke of spirits that were believed to grab anyone who passed by and drown them in the watery abyss.

Ancient Aliens

Panel of Native American Handprints

Painted Cave rock art of the Chumash Indians in the hills above Santa Barbara, California. As child, i lived on Old San Marcus Road the road on the way up to these cave paintings

Cave paintings,San Ignacio

Compare the 12,000 year old Armenian rock carving below with the Native American cave wall illustrations in Sego Canyon, Utah that date back to 5,000 B.C. Are the similarities between them merely a coincidence? Tell us what you think below.

The Cave of the Swimmers, Egypt. figures are about the size of a human hand. The cave and rock art was discovered in 1933 by László Almásy. The Neolithic rock paintings of people swimming, estimated to have been made 10,000 years ago during the most recent Ice Age. When found many people did not believe they could represent actual swimmers. In 2007,Eman Ghoneim discovered an ancient Mega-Lake (30,750 km²) buried beneath the sand of the Great Sahara in the Northern Darfur region, Sudan.

Native American Cachuma Indian cave paintings, Painted Cave State Historic Landmark, near Santa Barbara, California

ZIMBABVE - MATOBO HILLS - INANKE CAVE - 8000/3000 BC - This cave is one of hundreds painted by the San people, also called Bushmen, located in Matobo National Park of Zimbabwe.

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Chauvet Cave Paintings

Painting from the tomb of Rechmire,18th dynasty Ancient Egypt