© 2016 B. L. Freeborn
In this piece from the Crespi Collection found during construction of the Airport in Cuenca, Ecuador….find the words in italic:
The angle to the Sun is measured in the land of Mammoth’s.
They thundered and lived at the top of the world.
Remember the Mammoths of old.
It reminds us by its nose of the snake which came to the two eyed–radiating center,
by its curl of the cup which is now there,
by its pounding walk of the beating Earth took,
by its tusks of the stabbing Earth endured.
Earth’s back was broken and bears the two bows of Baal.
The cup is now mouth to the world
which helps divide it in an orderly fashion to the peak.
Count it 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
By identifying the letters as Paleo-Hebrew (Phoenician) circa 200 to 100 BC and Hebrew Letters as derived by J. Huston McCulloch in his study of the Newark Decalogue Stone from Ohio, the Elephant Tablet is translated. The language used to aid with the translation is Anglo-Saxon. The stone reads in Boustrophedon style:
Where the Mammoth’s lived….
The bed of death is where the beating made a cave. There dwells the lamed mechanism.
There lies the dish that tipped the top and shagged all.
This continues in the next post with a comparison to other elephant stones……………
See full article on the alphabet by J. Huston McCulloch at: