Now, let’s leave Egyptand apply this analogy to our reality in Texas…The “scrolls” in our library are over 300 endangered, rock art panels painted on the canyon walls in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands of south west Texas.
These paintings, like ancient books, hold chapters of history no one has read in thousands of years. They are an Archaic library of the philosophy, mythology, ritual, astronomy of early Texans. But there’s a catch… The art is disappearing under human, animal, insect and micro-environmental impact.
Egypt lost its ancient library in 48 BC.
We can save what’s left of our “Alexandria”.
This is the Alexandria Project.