Petroglyphs at Pyramid Lake
Because I am traveling alone since I left Canada I offered Gary a place in my camper to join me going southbound. First, he felt too old and sick for that, but somehow he convinced himself to give it a little more effort. So we continued together. What a surprise!
First stop was Crater Lake in Oregon. It’s a gorgeous national park in Oregon. During our joint trip, I could interview Gary in detail on his very interesting life story. I consider him one of the last living experts on petroglyphs. Along with other people around the world he was able to translate certain petroglyphs that look alike but are located on different continents. Some date back many thousand years b.c.
In essence, his work casts a new light on human history implying other highly developed cultures that vanished due to a global event. If you are interested, have a look on his website: www.viewzone.com
Even though his website layout is somehow stuck in the 90s, it is filled with great articles and profound knowledge. His full name is Gary Vey, but he once wrote a book under the synonym Dan Eden. This book had a big impact some years ago. He even got invited to Germany to speak about the findings. That’s where we met for the first time. You can also find the free PDF version of his book on his website. I can only recommend to read it when you are keen on ancient history.
Our main goal was to see the petroglyphs at Pyramid Lake. This area is located in an indian reservation in Nevada. The natives are very protective when it comes to their land. Well, we managed to get a glimpse on this carvings anyway. Gary Vay wrote an article about it that you can find here.