Welcome to the Journal Midnight Science

….and the tide has finally turned. 

With the discovery of the world’s oldest text everything has changed. Now it is clear that a Stone Age civilisation did exist, and it travelled to every corner of the ancient world.

The detailed statistical analysis that confirms the same ancient text appears in South America, Australia and Europe can be found here Stone Age Text Links Australia to Europe: Initial Evidence for Worldwide Travel by an Ancient Stone Age Civilization.

Dr. Derek Cunningham is the author of The Long Journey: 400,000 Years of Stone Age Science. the book that discovered the oldest known text and has linked together multiple regions of the world by using a very intriguing world map that is encoded in the layout of the Great Pyramids. Finally it is possible to say a new theory is in town, and it explains the ancient past far better than current “theory”, which states everything is just a coincidence.

….and now there are three

A 15 year old student’s science fair project takes the regions marked by stars to three. William Gadoury did not know it but when his story became International News, but his work completed my quest. In my previous studies I have already linked the Europe-Middle East-Africa region and the Himalayan region to an ancient star map. Now William adds the Mayan civilisation to the list. All maps are continental in size, all maps are ancient, and all maps would require the measurement of time for the civilisations involved to create such large patterns.


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For those new to Midnight Science the journal is split into two parts. The first seven volumes looks for tentative evidence for (and against) a Stone Age map of Earth (now independently confirmed). The remaining volumes look for physical evidence to support the world map. Thus from Volume 8 onwards the effort changes from a theoretical study to a more direct systematic analysis of all known linear geometrics in the archaeological record. The result is the discovery of the world’s oldest text – a text that is found worldwide, and has now been used to show identical Stone Age concepts in various art pieces in Europe; Asia; North and South America; Africa; and distant Australia.

The most fascinating part of this journey is actually hearing our ancient ancestors speak. Even though the astronomical texts encoded in archaic stones have not been translated, sufficient data can be extracted that shows strong evidence for a worldwide migration during the Stone Age. There is also evidence that our Stone Age ancestors were aware of time, and most surprising of all they may have divided Earth into time-zones, in a way similar to today’s Mercator maps, but with the neat twist that the map was aligned to the stars.

Today most people forget that time is calculated by observing the motion of the moon, but for Stone Age people the connection between astronomical bodies and time was very obvious. It thus would be natural for them to include astronomical features directly into a map of the world.

Though some still question the conclusions made, recently the argument that a civilisation did anciently stretch all round the world and create identical versions of geometrical artwork has been reinforced by a detailed statistical study of ancient Aboriginal artwork. And this has been further reinforced by a detailed comparison between European and Australian art.

Because Australia has spent much of its history isolated from the rest of the world the fact that the same three, or four, angular values are routinely emphasized in both the Lascaux Cave geometrics in France, and ancient Australian geometrics can only be taken as clear evidence that the same culture created both patterns, and as Australian Aborigines became isolated from the rest of the world 50,000 years ago, the astronomical knowledge must clearly predate that time period.

With over 100 archaeological sites and artifacts studied, the concept of a world map and an ancient world language is, in my view, now fully developed. In fact I can find no other theory anywhere that can successfully explains so many different archaeological finds, which includes geometrical patterns etched onto pendants, ancient Paleolithic drawings found in French caves, and large archaeological sites aligned to cardinal directions with absolutely no change to the theory. It also even explains the Mayan Reset, and also the longitude, and the latitude of many of the world’s oldest most mysterious sites.

Perhaps most important of all the map even shows itself capable of accurately mapping the known locations of many ancient underwater cities, including a known underwater city in the Mediterranean, and an underwater city recently discovered off the western coast of India. It is thus very intriguing that in the Gulf of Tonkin (another region marked by the map) one can obtain the following images from Google Maps.

Colour enhanced images of Atlantis 3

To the very south of this image just above this text, coloured slightly pink, there appear shapes that are very similar to buildings. These large rectangles and square blocks jist might be buildings, but at the known resolution of these Sonar Images further work is required, and the shapes might be artefacts.

For those who want to read more the print and e-book versions of my book can be found here). The book provides both additional data and the glue that more robustly links together the various papers published in this journal. Data published in the book also describes in more detail the layout of Stonehenge, and some of the most mysterious sites of the ancient world.

In the meantime here are some recent highlights, and if you like the ideas and concepts that I have put forward here please add a comment to the Kindle website. Every helpful suggestion is much appreciated.

Australian Artwork and its comparison to the Stone Age Art of Lascaux Cave in France. In this study the same  angular values are emphasized in three entirely different styles of Australian art. This new data confirms that the lines seen on Australian Cylcons are not tally marks, and that they must now be considered a form of early writing. The same angular values appear in the Lascaux and Chauvet Cave studies.

Cyprus statues supports the existence of a continent-wide religion during the Stone Age 30,000 years ago….This paper taken alongside the study of the Dolni Vestonice analysis appears to change our understanding of the Stone Age. The data argues that a lunar goddess figure was worshipped over the entire continent of Europe 30,000 years ago.

6,000 year old panel uncovered at Kharga Oasis in Egypt exhibits astronomical writing. This paper is important because it is the first study to confirmed the presence of  linear astronomical text in Egypt.

Stonehenge identified to be a drawing of earth and the moon. With all the studies of Stonehenge it is really surprising that no-one had ever thought to undertake a simple size analysis of the various circles present to see if they matched the size of the moon and earth. Surprisingly very similar data can be found in a study of Pictish text.

Pictish and Ogham writing proven to be astronomical text With the discovery that Ogham text and Pictish Text are astronomical aligned it is established that Pictish symbols are an archaic type of compressional writing. From this it is now known that the Picts knew the size of the earth and the moon, a result replicated by a study of the layout of Stonehenge. Common astronomical features can be found in the Atacama Giant in Chile, and the Cerne Abbas Giant in England.

About this journal…

Midnight Science ISSN 2160-0201 is a science journal, published by Science Observer. This is the first journal published by Science Observer. A selection of just some of the 38 other journals that will soon be made available are;

Crystal ISSN 1933-9585  A journal for material science, Green Energy ISSN 1935-4258 A journal for environmental research Journal of Nanomedicine ISSN 1559-6362,  NanoChemistry ISSN 1559-6338,  NanoPhysics ISSN 1559-5021, Polymers ISSN 1933-950x, Science Instruments ISSN 1933-9488, and Surfaces ISSN 1933- 9593

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