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What is the Mysterious Handbag Seen in Multiple Ancient Carvings?  A High Tech Device?

 

As you all know, question the history we've been taught ...

 

One of the more mysterious symbols that has been found in ancient carvings is an image that looks uncannily like a handbag. The shape appears in depictions made by the Sumerians of Iraq, in the ruins of ancient Turkish temples, in decorations of the Maori of New Zealand, and in crafts made by the Olmecs of Central America. Handbags can be seen in the art of disparate cultures from around the world and throughout time, with the first known instance of a handbag appearing at the end of the Ice Age. What is this mysterious symbol that can be found throughout the ancient world?

 

SOURCE: http://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-other-artifacts/what-mysterious-handbag-seen-ancient-carvings-across-cultures-and-021191?nopaging=1

 

 

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A possible explanation ... Seeds??

 

What exactly is the so-called 'Handbag of the Gods'

 

Published on Dec 12, 2017   Here’s a thought,- Agriculture is known to have started near the Mount Ararat, this is also were the Ark of Noah was said to have came to rest, this is where the survivors of the great flood started a post Cataclysmic Civilization that would spread out in every direction from this point and place, could these bags represent seeds that were preserved onboard the ark in some sort of vault, maybe they were distributed across the World as we repopulated the Globe after the Great Flood

 

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