NEW and EXCLUSIVE!! – The latest from Steve – FABULOUS PRESENTATION WITH MUFON…
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Steve Meads is a researcher into many facets of the world of Ancient Art and the meanings hidden within the lines and colors that most people take for face value. He has done some amazing work in connecting these drawings to actual locations found globally on the walls of the Chauvet Cave. His work with the Cave of Dreams known as the Chauvet Cave found in France in 1994, has shown us they were not as dumb as the history books would like us to believe. The Cave was covered by a landslide somewhere around 20,000 years ago. However these paintings were done sometime about 10,000 years earlier. The Landslide has helped preserve these magnificent paintings on the cave walls. Steve Meads has laboriously deciphered these paintings and applied the results to a realistic 3D world that the Ancients knew more than we have given them Credit for..
The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world. Located in the Ardeche region of southern France, along the bank of the river Ardeche near the Pont-d’Arc, this cave was only discovered as recently as 1994, happened upon by a small team of cavers led by Jean-Marie Chauvet. Chauvet Cave’s importance is based on two factors: firstly, the aesthetic quality of these Palaeolithic cave paintings, and secondly, their great age. With one exception, all of the cave art paintings have been dated between 30,000 & 33,000 years ago. In 1998, the eminent French pre-historian Dr. Jean Clottes headed the first research team in Chauvet Cave.
The Chauvet cave was painted approximately 30,000 years ago and then the the dreams were buried and sealed for 20,000 years by a land slide. The site and its contents were discovered in 1994 and rocked the world! Now, images hidden within the paintings have been found and reveal specific designs and intentional masking which tells a story that is massively important from an artistic and historical point of view.
STEVE’S WEBSITE : http://chauvetdreams.co.uk/
ANNE TITTENSOR INTERVIEWS STEVE MEADS : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/usoksradio/2014/04/27/usoks-anne-tittensor-interviews-steve-meads
THE CHAUVET CAVE : http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/chauvet/