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According to Ancient American (No. 68), this "Zodiac Plate" is a grid of fifty-six symbols which are embossed on a 51x13 inch oblong sheet of unoxidized copper alloy.

Fell Barry considered this a Paphian script which accompanying the corresponding Zodiac sings.

References:

  • Fell, Barry, 1985, Perietal Inscriptions of the Anubis Caves, Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers, 14 #342
 

Professor Fox, author of Gods of the Cataclysm (1976) had been drawn to Cuenca, because of the similarities between the "Zodiac Plate" and Indus Valley script. Please check the video of Prof. Dileep Kumar Kanjilal who talks about decipheration of the Cuenca Script of Ecuador.

According to Ancient American (No. 68), this "Zodiac Plate" is a grid of fifty-six symbols which are embossed on a 51x13 inch oblong sheet of unoxidized copper alloy.

Fell Barry considered this a Paphian script which accompanying the corresponding Zodiac sings.

References:

  • Fell, Barry, 1985, Perietal Inscriptions of the Anubis Caves, Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers, 14 #342
 

According to Ancient American (No. 68), this "Zodiac Plate" is a grid of fifty-six symbols which are embossed on a 51x13 inch oblong sheet of unoxidized copper alloy.

Fell Barry considered this a Paphian script which accompanying the corresponding Zodiac sings.

References:

  • Fell, Barry, 1985, Perietal Inscriptions of the Anubis Caves, Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers, 14 #342

Professor Fox, author of Gods of the Cataclysm (1976) had been drawn to Cuenca, because of the similarities between the "Zodiac Plate" and Indus Valley script. Please check the video of Prof. Dileep Kumar Kanjilal who talks about decipheration of the Cuenca Script of Ecuador.

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According to Ancient American (No. 68), this "Zodiac Plate" is a grid of fifty-six symbols which are embossed on a 51x13 inch oblong sheet of unoxidized copper alloy.

Fell Barry considered this a Paphian script which accompanying the corresponding Zodiac sings.

References:

  • Fell, Barry, 1985, Perietal Inscriptions of the Anubis Caves, Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers, 14 #342