Anasazi pots similar to ancient greek

Ancient greeks in America?

The Anasazi culture is considered to be one of the most interesting and studied of the many other Native American cultures. This is probably due to the thousands of artifacts, pithouses and cliff dwellings that were left behind.

Sometime between the first and second century the first signs of the Anasazi culture became visible as the Anasazi emerged from the northern Archaic group of hunter-foragers to agriculturists.

The Anasazi have been determined to be the ancestors of the Hopi and the word Anasazi is a Navajo word meaning "ancient people who are not us".

The word “Anasazi” means “those ancient ones” in the language of Hopi. Nowadays, Hopi are the inhabitants of the “Anasazi” areas who differ nationally and culturally from their Indian neighbors.

The “Anasazi” were the ancestors of Hopi Indians who now live in New Mexico and Arizona. They settled and farmed in the Four Corners region between about AD 1 and AD 1300, producing fine baskets, pottery, cloth, ornaments and tools. Their architectural achievements included cliff dwellings and pueblos (apartment-house style villages). As the population grew and spread out, communities exchanged goods through an elaborate trade network. Regional differences developed as communities adapted to their surroundings in slightly different ways.

The Anasazi built acropoles and fortresses very much alike to those of Mycenae, constructed roads, amphitheaters and irrigational works. They conducted solar observations and constructed clay pots and pottery similar to those of the Greek geometric period.

The symbols and the designs of Anasazi, which are carved on stones, their ceramic designs and especially their myths, which were salvaged by Hopi, offer light to things, which for the ‘specialists’ remain ‘unsolved mysteries’.

The French writer Pierre Honorre notes that ‘the Maya writing is entirely identical with the Minoan Linear A’. A jar originating from Crete was discovered in Bimini creates an unexpected so called ‘riddle’. Copper made double sided axes from Crete, were found in Washighton and Ohio.

In the Anasazi culture, one can recognize the familiar Greek symbols (spiral wavy circle, ophidian meander, the swastika symbol, medusa etc), which are located everywhere in Esperia, which means, the land that is situated where the sun sets.

We should also mention, that many similarities are found in the myths of Hopi and the ancient Greek ones.