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Nazca Metaphor

By on August 15, 2014

If you are wondering whether or not the following story is a metaphor or not, you’d be right.

You see, sometimes it takes a strong wind, in this case a sand storm, to reveal what lies below the surface. But when this wind blows it can reveal amazing things that have laid hidden for years. Because these images have been invisible to consciousness, they may have indicated their presence only through the shadow, like image of a snake in the desert. But when revealed in their full beauty we can begin to appreciate the beauty of the human spirit.

The new images were revealed in the deserts of Peru, a previously undiscovered part of the famous Nazca lines. The Nazca Lines were created for reasons unknown, although theories range from an extraterrestrial airport to religious markings. The new markings were revealed by strong sandstorms and first seen by Eduardo Herrán Gómez de la Torre as he flew his airplane above the desert.

Sometimes we have to get an elevated position to get a true perspective on what is going on. After all, from ground level the Nazca lines are invisible. Or rather not invisible, but you can be so close to them and yet not realize what you are looking at. Similar to having a problem and being too close to see how it is constructed and what it really means. That’s why hypnosis with an observant and caring hypnotist can reveal the patterns unseen by the client.

Read more about this amazing discovery below from Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper. new lines were revealed following gales and sandstorms in the region and researchers believe this geoglyph shows a camelid (outlined left) above an unidentified bird (outlined right). Some 700 geoglyphs are thought to have been drawn by the ancient Nazca people between the first and sixth centuries

The discovery was made by pilot Eduardo Herrán Gómez de la Torre as he flew over the hills of El Ingenio Valley and Pampas de Jumana, as reported by El Comercio. Via

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