Pueblo Cultures and Artifacts: Chaco and Salmon

This truth sheet sums up the findings of the research study of historical finds in the Chacao Canyon and Puleo Bonito as well as in other locations in the San Juan Basin. In the afterlife it is described as Aztec salmon and in New Mexico as "The Salmon of Chaco Canyon" or "Chaco Salmon.Pueblo Cultures Artifacts: Chaco Salmon 250077602547.jpg " The ruins range from little granaries and individual houses in remote gorges to big structures such as a church, a temple and a big home. While the bigger ruins are maintained in national parks, they tend to be somewhat sterile. Much better preserved and unblemished ruins can also be found in other parts of the San Juan Basin, so that one can get to the smaller ruins. To date, excavations have revealed more than 1,000 historical sites in the San Juan Basin of the Chaco Canyon. Archaeologists have discovered proof of a large number of human remains indicating the presence of an ancient city, a church and a temple, in addition to the remains of other buildings. Just 45 miles south of Farmington lies what is now Chaco Culture National Historic Park. On the borders of Farmington, the ancient ruins of the Great Kiva, a complex of interconnected spaces and a significant reconstructed "Fantastic Kiva" that offers a genuine sense of this initial sacred space, Abbey on the outskirts of Farmington. This brings us to the Casa de los Chacos, among 3 crucial sites in the San Juan Basin.

New Mexico's Chaco Gets ready for Astronomy Study

The School of Advanced Research (SAR) is happy to share with you the next lecture of the Creative Thought Online Forum "New Technologies for the Future of Science, Innovation, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the Solar System. For many years, archaeologists presumed that the Chaco Canyon was mostly an ancient trading center. In this lecture we will explore the mystery of the discovery of the dagger of the sun, found by Anna Sofaer, and the function of the solar and lunar cycles in the ancient history of this ancient city. The dagger was uncovered in 2004 by Anna SoFAer as an astronomical site marking the solar lunar cycle with light patterns and spiral rock paintings.New Mexico's Chaco Gets ready Astronomy Study 0391637735389138.jpg The contractors of Chacoan used it as a sign of the cosmic order that joins solar and lunar cycles, sun, moon, stars, planets and other heavenly bodies. Although the Chacoans did not leave a composed text, their thoughts were preserved in their works and their ideas in their work. He works as a photojournalist and concentrates on the visual arts and the viewpoint that continues to this day.