At this site which is just down the road from the one that I described in the last post, one is greeted by the rock art above which is on a rock that sits on a level sandy area at the bottom of a hill. The rough estimate of it's age is between 1100 and 1500 years old. The local inhabitants were just getting into making pottery back then, having previously used mainly baskets for carrying food and water. I am not very knowledgeable about rock art, but I have to say that I have never seen anything quite like this. It does look very animal like.
As I went around the base of the hill, I noticed a standing stone that was placed at what felt like the entrance to the "space".
The top of the hill was calling to me, but before I went up there, I wandered around on the slope a bit. I found some pretty unique rock art, again not knowing what it meant.
So what are we looking at here? Possibly an ancient culture that honored the Summer Solstice and did ceremony to call in the annual monsoon rains. They communed with nature and followed the seasons. They payed attention to even the smallest signs or signals. Back then, if one did not do that, it might mean starvation or death for the whole clan.
The lesson here? Always pay attention to the signs and messages that come your way. Listen. These messages may come from nature, or just as easily from your environment or the people around you. Follow your gut intuition. Do not let the multitude of distractions that are sent your way every day divert you from your inner knowingness. It might mean your survival, too.