Around 30,000 BP, Lake Humboldt in South America began to recede and a subaquatic wonderland emerged. By 10,000 BP hunter-fishers were living in caves at Facatativá in Colombia and using multicoloured paints made from plants, flowers and minerals, indigenous people emblazoned this entire sacred site with petrograms, geometric patterns and anthropomorphic forms. Ashley interprets the mysterious rock art, but knowing that ancient Andean cultures took their spiritual beliefs way beyond imagery, he reveals how the landscape was spiritualised and used in rituals and ceremonies.
ASHLEY ON ANCIENT ORIGINS FACEBOOK LIVE - OCT 27, 2017
ASHLEY COWIE is a Scottish historian, author and documentary filmmaker exploring ancient cultures and kingdoms, science and psychology. Investigating myths, folklore and legends. Examining artefacts, symbols and architecture, Discovering and presenting unique stories from the PEOPLE'S HISTORY.