/EINPresswire.com/ December 20th, 2011 Chauvet Cave, France
A Christmas Angel has just been unveiled at the UNESCO Chauvet Cave in southern France. It’s profound symbolism was explained by metaphysical scholars Gerald D’Aoust and Daryl Breese. The Pegasus has always been a symbol of the Holy Spirit, Peace and even Santa’s original ride/ sleigh horse. Four angelic encounters led the team to this cave art, now the oldest religious relic which has pushed back the dawn of religion another 15,000 years.
The Pegasus is showcased in two murals. One graphic is the first Story of Creation and the other shows animals disembarking from a vessel which has landed on a mountain. Enjoy the graphics, linked below. Breese has posted all the exhaustive details of interpretation ‘on line’ for the world to enjoy!
D’Aoust and Breese just published the non-fiction “God’s Steed- Key to World Peace” (Lulu 2011). The Chauvet Pegasus is featured on the book’s cover. Like Tom Hanks in the fictional “Angels and Demons”, they are the real life ‘symbologists’ who have discovered this ancient point from which all religion and philosophy have descended. “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” by Werner Herzog was just released in this year and lets us see this earliest cave art. Some report visions after seeing the movie.
Breese believes the common ground of this new discovery connects all the Holy Books and could spawn greater understanding, tolerance and harmony- possibly leading to a peace accord.
Sir Knight Daryl Breese
Nampa, Idaho USA