Bien avant Christophe Colomb, il y avait déjà des Africains en Amérique


BOTH THE EGYPTIANS AND INCAS / PRE-INCAS...Mummified their dead, which symbolized life beyond death. Mummies were interred inside pyramids, often with food offerings and personal belongings. Both cultures believed in life beyond death.

Mummies With Crossed Arm

BOTH THE EGYPTIANS AND INCAS / PRE-INCAS...Crossed the arms of their mummified dead. This was to show the "balance" state that one entered in death, as one lived a balanced life. The two arms denote opposites in balance, a left side and a right side crossed.

Gold Funeral Masks

BOTH THE EGYPTIANS AND INCAS / PRE-INCAS...Placed gold masks upon their dead, symbolizing their entering back into eternity, the "other side" of the veil, the higher home in the heavens, which is eternal and spiritual, unlike earth, which is temporary and physical. It also conveys in an alchemical sense the idea that, while they were here, these eternal souls took on the lead of human form and turned it into gold.

Antithetical Animal Necklaces

BOTH THE EGYPTIANS AND INCAS / PRE-INCAS...Adorned their dead with gold necklaces the ends of which are formed by twin animal heads facing outward, symbolizing our human/animal powers balanced and in an equal peaceful state and place of power and eternity. This "balance" state is how the alchemical transformation is achieved, hence the gold.