Discover The Meaning of Rock Art:
Enjoy this educational website of Boma Johnson, Archaeologist, dedicated to developing a greater understanding and respect of the Native American people, and the beauty of their ancient culture as expressed in the rock art of the Southwest.
Find a deeper understanding of the meaning of ancient Native American rock art symbols, and the connections to the world of higher spiritual belief. Learn more about the meaning of rock art, as we have learned from the Native American people themselves, and from modern archaeological and anthropological research.
Visit ourBulletin Boardfor listings of Boma's Archaeology Classes in St George, and information on our local Archaeology Club meetings and other St George events.
We thank you, our Indian Brothers and Sisters, for sharing your knowledge.
|Bulletin Board/St George Events
|What Is Rock Art
|Native American Philosophy
|Double Meanings In Rock Art
|The Eagle Man In Rock Art
|Geoglyphs Part 1
|Geoglyphs Part 2
|The Hand In Rock Art Part 1
|The Hand In Rock Art Part 2
|Message From The Hopi
|The Movement Symbol In Rock Art
|Serpents In Rock Art
|The Tree of Life In Rock Art
|The Twins In Rock Art
|The Venus Star In Rock Art
|The Big Cats In Rock Art
|The Coyote In Rock Art
|The Mayan Connection to Rock Art
Think you know all about Native Americans? Trust me, you don't! Here's a definite "MUST READ" that will truly surprise you.
"1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus" will open your eyes wider! Most of us were taught in school that the Americas before Columbus were a vast wilderness, sparsely populated by primitives who inevitably bowed before advanced European culture. Wrong! The Americas were far more urban, populated, and more technologically advanced than assumed; the Indians, rather than living in static harmony with nature, radically engineered the landscape across the continents, to the point that even "timeless" natural features like the Amazon rainforest can be seen as products of human intervention!
Now available in a CD Audio Book Version, for those of us who have time problems. A good "listen" on a long trip, to make the miles go faster!
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