Anasazi Prayer Stick Pteranodon?

Posted by Chris Parker
Jul 27 2007


At the Manitou Cliff Dwellers Museum in Manitou Springs, Colorado, exists an Anasazi artifact on display that has raised more questions than anything else ever discovered in the area.

The word “Anasazi” (ah-nuh-SAH-zee) is used to describe a distinctive American Indian civilization and culture that existed from about 1200 B.C. to A.D. 1300 in the Four Corners Area of Southwestern United States.

These people are probably best known for the ruins of their monumental cliff dwellings at places like Mesa Verde, which they abandoned at the end of the 13th century.

He mysterious object in question is an Indian “prayer stick”, roughly a foot long, with a crested head, eyes on both sides, and a mouth.

When looked upon by anyone acquainted with “prehistoric reptiles,” whether it be the common 4-year old to the respected paleontologist, its identity simply cannot, and will not, be ignored.

The artistically and well-defined head of a Pteranodon stands atop the stick, raising many questions of how they molded the head of a species long extinct, and why they did so.

Many legends exist of large “reptilian birds” in the area, and this, as of now, appears to be the only realistic answer……Monitou

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