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New Mexico's Chaco Canyon: The Sun and Moon

The discussion of this paper will focus on explaining the mechanics of the numerous plans, from the recently discovered moon aspect of Casa Rinconada to the lunar arrangement of Chaco Canyon. We will present maps, pictures and surveying information documenting the orientation and its relationship to the planetary system, along with making use of astrological tools by ancient people. This indicates the existence of ancient individuals, which was not previously suspected. The Solstice Job has studied and recorded the lunar cease-fire cycle, and research study by me and others has also revealed that the Chaco Canyon, constructed ninety miles north of it, relates to a large "dead stop" of the moon. An enforcing natural structure called Fajada Butte, which increases above ancient Anasazi - called "Chaco Canyon" - has been increasing for thousands of years from the top of a high hill in the middle of an ancient canyon. On a narrow promontory at the top of the mountain is a sacred site of the Native Americans, called "The Sun Dagger," which exposed the shifting seasons to the astronomers of Anasazi countless years ago. Its secret stayed surprise to just a few till the canyon was deserted over 700 years ago for unknown factors. It marked the course of each season discreetly for numerous centuries, but lasted only ten years before its discovery and was lost forever. The loss of the Sun Dagger prompted the World Monuments Fund in 1996 to put Chaco Canyon, now known as the "Chaco Culture National Historical Park," on the list of the "most endangered monoliths of Mon. " The canyon houses the largest collection of ancient historical sites in the United States today. Chaco Canyon and the more comprehensive Chacoan site boast an abundant range of enormous architectural structures, according to continuous studies by the University of California, San Diego School of Archaeology. The website's nine large houses, the largest of which is five stories high and has one house, might have accommodated approximately 10,000 individuals at a time, Sofaer presumed in his paper. In addition to the scholastic context of his findings, comprehensive recommendations supply an introduction of the history of astronomy at Chaco Canyon and other historical sites in the United States.

Indian Desert Civilization of the USA

America's Southwest is known for its magnificent archaeology, gone beyond just by a few other places in the United States, such as the Grand Canyon in New Mexico. While the importance of the Chaco is disputed amongst archaeologists, it is commonly believed to have been an industrial center and ritualistic center, and excavations have uncovered vessels of artifacts from the ancient city of Pueblo, the biggest city in Mexico and among the earliest cities worldwide. The biggest concentration of pueblos has been found in what is now called the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwestern New Mexico. Ancient Pueblo stones, adobe and mud can be discovered throughout the park in addition to in a number of other areas of the canyon. The most amazing Peublo group in the location was developed by the ancient occupants and lies at the mouth of Chaco Canyon, the largest canyon in New Mexico and the second largest in The United States and Canada.Indian Desert Civilization USA 9193336500.jpg Although Chico Canyon contains a variety of pueblos that have never ever been seen before in this area, it is only a small piece of the large, interconnected area that formed the "Chacoan" civilization. On a smaller sized scale, there is a big area of sandstone within the gorge, which is utilized for building stone walls and other structures, in addition to irrigation, watering canals and watering systems. The Chaco Canyon became part of a pre-Columbian civilization that flourished in the San Juan Basin in the American Southwest in between the 9th and 12th centuries AD. The Chacoan civilization represents a group of ancient people called ancestral peoples, as modern-day indigenous peoples in this southwest organize their lives around Puleo - real estate communities. Although these locations are most many within the San Juan Basin, they cover a vast array of locations in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New York City, California and Arizona.