#jaguargods 19 Posts

Done with Another. Don't have a name for him yet but you know... #blindreign #nihilistic #artistoninstagram #jaguargods #pantherboss #Armorking #iwish #Characterconcept
from @negusnetwork - The "big cat" is typically used to refer any of the four largest (living) members of the entire Panthera genus within the Felidae family, which are the lions, leopards, tigers or jaguars. From Nubia, Kemet, South Africa all the way to West Africa, Leopard skins were worn by individuals who possessed great spiritual knowledge & power; members of the priesthood, the pharaoh (high priest), the Shamans & warriors were allowed to rock the leopard skin. Now when you skip over to Mexico, before the Mayans/Aztecs, the Olmecs were the first people to portray these felines as anthropomorphic or with human characteristics. The Olmecs represented, what were called the 'were-jaguar', as the male jaguars, which anthropomorphised the Olmecs. All major Mesoamerican civilizations prominently featured a jaguar god, and for many, such as the Olmec, the jaguar was an important part of shamanism. As an emblem of rulership, hunting, war, elite warrior and sacrifice, the jaguar appeared in the art and/or the skin was wore to those who were worthy. No coincidence thought right?!? Let me make one thing clear.. Jaguars were only found in the Americas as Lions, Leopards & Tigers were found in Africa, Asia etc. EVERYTHING is in conjunction, whether you want to believe it or not. I do not know how much more blatant you can get. From the exact representation of why they wore the cats skin (Hunting, War, etc) to who's allowed to wear the animals' skin (Gods, Rulers, Priest, Warriors etc). Before I forget, in West Africa, there is what is called a "Leopard Secret Society" centered in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Côte d'Ivoire, and Nigeria. They're everywhere! There is nothing new under the sun! You have three eyes; two to look and one to see. #Kemet #Nubia #TaSeti #BeninEmpire #JaguarGods #BonampakMural #PantheraGenus #LeopardMen #TeraNeter #TaNeter #TaMeri #Nimrod #Assyrian #Sumerian #Babylonian #Zulu #Felidae #BlackPanther #AngkorWat #PerAnkh #Tamahu #Hindu #Trimurti #Buddha #Aztec #Mayan #Olmec #MuXiAn #Ainu #Aunu
from @negusnetwork - Here we have a visual inside a room in the "Temple of Murals" of Bonampak, which is an ancient Mayan archaeological site in Chiapas, Mexico... dating back to [500-800 AD]! There are three rooms with immaculate images that depict the people whom lived in that territory at that time. The architects or artisans were incredible to say the least. From coloration to the style of hair was {remarkably} designed. The circles I added around their hair is a blatant illustration of braids and/or locs; not too mention, the pigmentation of the aboriginal or indigenous people of that land. For those who negate the route you know I'm taking... if you can not answer the question of who these people were that were drawn on these walls were, safe yourself the time. BTW, they are all over the walls in the 'Temple of Murals' and depict the same exact people. Mind you, notice the Jaguar outfits... need I say anymore? Remember, the naysayers say 'THEY' weren't here before 1492, but these were constructed between 500-800 AD. Somebody lying & them some-bodies about to get this work! #Bonampak #MuXiAn #Kemet #VultureHill #BirdMound #WashitawMuurs #WereJaguar #Nahuatl #Shamans #Felidae #Olmec #TaMuri #SuMURia #LeMURia #TriMURti #Tehuti #LeopardSecretSociety #JaguarGods #ChanMUan #ChanChan #MU #Anu #Anuak #Dogon #PerAnkh #Ankh #AngkorWat #Mayan #Aztec #Zulu
from @negusnetwork - Here we have a visual inside a room in the "Temple of Murals" of Bonampak, which is an ancient Mayan archaeological site in Chiapas, Mexico... dating back to [500-800 AD]! There are three rooms with immaculate images that depict the people whom lived in that territory at that time. The architects or artisans were incredible to say the least. From coloration to the style of hair was {remarkably} designed. The circles I added around their hair is a blatant illustration of braids and/or locs; not too mention, the pigmentation of the aboriginal or indigenous people of that land. For those who negate the route you know I'm taking... if you can not answer the question of who these people were that were drawn on these walls were, safe yourself the time. BTW, they are all over the walls in the 'Temple of Murals' and depict the same exact people. Mind you, notice the Jaguar outfits... need I say anymore? Remember, the naysayers say 'THEY' weren't here before 1492, but these were constructed between 500-800 AD. Somebody lying & them some-bodies about to get this work! #Bonampak #MuXiAn #Kemet #VultureHill #BirdMound #WashitawMuurs #WereJaguar #Nahuatl #Shamans #Felidae #Olmec #TaMuri #SuMURia #LeMURia #TriMURti #Tehuti #LeopardSecretSociety #JaguarGods #ChanMUan #ChanChan #MU #Anu #Anuak #Dogon #PerAnkh #Ankh #AngkorWat #Mayan #Aztec #Zulu
#Repost Here we have a visual inside a room in the "Temple of Murals" of Bonampak, which is an ancient Mayan archaeological site in Chiapas, Mexico... dating back to [500-800 AD]! There are three rooms with immaculate images that depict the people whom lived in that territory at that time. The architects or artisans were incredible to say the least. From coloration to the style of hair was {remarkably} designed. The circles I added around their hair is a blatant illustration of braids and/or locs; not too mention, the pigmentation of the aboriginal or indigenous people of that land. For those who negate the route you know I'm taking... if you can not answer the question of who these people were that were drawn on these walls were, safe yourself the time. BTW, they are all over the walls in the 'Temple of Murals' and depict the same exact people. Mind you, notice the Jaguar outfits... need I say anymore? Remember, the naysayers say 'THEY' weren't here before 1492, but these were constructed between 500-800 AD. Somebody lying & them some-bodies about to get this work! #Bonampak #MuXiAn #Kemet #VultureHill #BirdMound #WashitawMuurs #WereJaguar #Nahuatl #Shamans #Felidae #Olmec #TaMuri #SuMURia #LeMURia #TriMURti #Tehuti #LeopardSecretSociety #JaguarGods #ChanMUan #ChanChan #MU #Anu #Anuak #Dogon #PerAnkh #Ankh #AngkorWat #Mayan
#Agave azul the night plant that works opposite to photosynthesis and is pollinated by bats. That's inspiring! #Tequila #jaguargods #Underworld