Playground of the Gods

Where you from? I was born in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, and would like to take you on a short journey to a place that speaks to me and will be with me for the rest of my days. You know that feeling you get when you are in your hometown? Well, that feeling for me is an energy that reminds me of the Ancient Civilizations of our earth. Stonehenge is a great example that you know, and just like Stonehenge, the Kamui Mintara (Playground of the Gods) is a beautiful creation by Nuburi Toko and son, Shusei located on Mount Burnaby and this work of art is to commemorate the relationship of goodwill between Burnaby and sister city Kushiro, Japan.


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The sculptures symbolize the story of Japans native peoples, the Ainu, and of the gods who came down to earth to give birth to them. They say that on earth the gods assume the shapes and spirit of animals such as the bear, owl, and orca. Who were these gods and where did they come from? That is for you to contemplate. There are also granite monuments oriented to earths 4 cardinal directions. After reading Graham Hancocks ‘Fingerprints of the Gods,’ I notice a lot of similarities between this site and numerous ancient sites around the globe such as, the concentrated attention of the heavenly bodies and their order. Why were they so concerned with the gods and the stars, what secrets do they hold?

iphone 749 The fact that these strange and magical sites exist and are backed up by oral tradition and scientific astronomy, mathematics, geometry, psychology, chemistry, and physics very clearly suggest their was an advanced ancient civilization who had intelligence beyond our understanding. Just watch any documentary by Graham Hancock or John Anthony West or take look at the Pyramids of Giza and expand your understanding of the wisdom and knowledge of the ancients.

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