Surprising isn’t it? Could a religious myth of American Navajo peoples actually refer to an actual physical goddess? The answer is most certainly yes.
If you are at all familiar with my work you know that I have attempted to explain the unexplained and discover what does not exist today but did exist in the past. As a result I have been able to discover the existence of intelligent civilized life on our planet many millions of years ago.
I accomplished this by discovering the orbit of an ancient debris field that orbited the Earth and then used the projection of this orbit as a reference line to date various archaeological sites by the use of continental plate movement.
The method is simple. Just locate any geographical point and calculate when in the past under the orbit of this lost debris field.
Actually, this is the way the ancients could develop a calendar. Since the Earth wobbles in its orbit celestial objects travel over different points on the surface during the course of a year returning to their starting point. This marks both the beginning and ending of a cycle or year.
Well, in the United States, the native Navajo people live in the Canyon De Chelly National Monument in Northern Arizona. This location is home to a very massive and tall sandstone rock called Spider Rock.
According to Navajo folklore the goddess called Spider Woman, the protector of the Navajo peoples lived on the top of this 800 foot tall rock.
Given the location of this Spider Rock, as it is called, the former orbital celestial debris field would pass over this rock marking the beginning and ending period of the calendar.
The reference to Spider Woman is what the ancient debris field looked like to the ancient peoples of the American Southwest. Keep in mind that we are talking about a debris field and depending where on the Earth’s surface you view it from it could be described differently, for example, a snake, a spider, a stairway to heaven, even a ring.
Here, in the Western hemisphere, we find several of these descriptive names for this same debris field. Another is a snake. In fact, in the State of Ohio, we have a native American site called Serpent Mound that depicts a large open mouth snake. I believe this to also be a reference to this same debris field.
Where did this debris come from? Current scientific thinking believes that the Earth was impacted by a Mars sized object the ejected material of which formed the Moon and also this debris field.
So, Spider Woman was real. She was the Navajo name for this debris field which I believed fell to the Earth at the end of the last Ice Age, about 12,000 years ago.