|The most famous building in the entire Tibetan plateau, Potala Pueblo, Lhasa (HCC)|
|Tibetan store (Aaron Berkovich/flickr)|
|Native American indigenous Apache, remnant Anasazi spirit dancers, 1887 (Native Skeptic)|
These architectural styles and art carved in stone provide the best evidence that the source of the Anasazi culture with its advanced knowledge and artistry was Vedic Asia.
|Rock cliffs of the Grand Canyon, Arizona|
|Luoyang Shaolin Buddhist temple (G-W-H)|
|Tibetan structures are like Puebloan dwellings of the Southwest. This American adobe complex was likely built between 1000-1450 AD near Taos, New Mexico, USA (wiki).|
|Rock-cut remains, Bandelier, NM, USA|
The Bisti Badlands are an interesting place in the Four Corners region, where the Anasazi people lived. However, the common opinion is that “The Canadian Goose Bisti,” “The Sleeping Lizard Bisti,” “The Flying Turtle Bisti,” and so on are simply random acts of erosion. A more plausible explanation is that these rock formations are ruins of a people exhibiting a Vedic cultural heritage because of at least three different types of rock formations there.
Mushroom rocks like the ones found at Mushroom State Park, Kansas are found throughout these 45,000 acres of badlands. “Mushroom Rocks” are the chattra symbols of ancient Buddhism. Chattra is the Sanskrit word for “mushroom,” which is also the word for the Parasol, one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism. More