(ORDO NEWS) — It is important to note that the magical-religious “dress” of the tradition of ancient Araucania and the now extinct Araucanians of the south-central and southern zone of Chile is associated with the pagan tradition of Buttnmandl of southern Germany, namely the Berchtesgaden valley. The distance between these two similar clothing styles is more than 12,770 km.
Is it a coincidence that the people of the Andes in Chile and the people of Berchtesgaden in Bavaria, Germany, wore similar magical-religious clothing?
Or was there an unknown connection between the two regions? Maybe it’s echoes of a forbidden story that may well explain these bizarre connections, and not just strange coincidences.
Are the Chilean Araucans related to the Bavarian Berchtesgadens?
The attire” of the Araucanians is characterized by being a kind of straw garment that covers the entire body. Buttnmandl holidays, a pagan tradition of banishing winter, despite the fact that much of modern German celebration is wrapped in Christian themes.
As in Araucan representations, some Buttnmandl costumes have horns. In this sense, and also in connection with the symbolism of horns in the pre-Christian pagan tradition, Professor Roberto Rengifo noted that horns are symbols of gods and heroes.
Strange facial hair in completely different peoples?
It is striking to note that these Araucanians wore Kollón, or masks characterized mainly by beards and mustaches, racial factors foreign to the native populations of proto-Mongoloid and Mongoloid origin from Asia.
Here again – albeit indirectly – evidence that in their sacred masks there is a population quite different from the indigenous “indios”.
This fact must necessarily be important for archaeologists and anthropologists today, since it directly affects the dogmas of official historiography regarding the origin of the American people, the stages of their cultural development and the chronology of their settlement.
But what is the origin of these ideas in Araucania? What were they called? What was the meaning and function of these figures? How did they come about?
What was the original model with which these images were taken in southern Chile? What magical-religious rite did they belong to? Is there an Araucanian source that has preserved knowledge of these images?
The Araucanian masks refer to their ancestors, that is to say, to Antupainco, the children of the Sun: The primeval beginning of the Andes, the dolichocephalic population of America, about which no one dares to write. Forbidden Story!
The sacred symbol of the Sun of the Araucanians. Kultrun or magic drums, marked with the Antu symbol ( ), that is, the Sun in motion – revered τετρασκέλιον (Tetraskelion), swastika, in variations with four and six rays.
In Kultrun, and according to what Quinturai Raipan reported, these ideograms evoke a succession of suns or epochs on a circle, which is equivalent to Mapu or earth
Remote communication between the Andes and the Alps
This similarity allows us to see a distant connection between the Andes and the Alps, sacred mountain ranges in the tradition of the primitive dolichocephalic groups of both regions.
But how to explain the connection of these ideas with Buttmannlandl? Where does its origin ultimately lie, in Chile or in Germany, or even in another region?
It is plausible to assume the source from which this idea arose and survived in the Berchtesgaden Valley and its syncretism with Christian elements, but not so in Araucania, where the sacred and initiatory tradition of the Araucanians was intertwined with the Sun and the great catastrophe from the impact of the Clovis comet about 12,900 years ago .
These are echoes of a forbidden story that may well explain these bizarre connections, and not just strange coincidences.
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