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And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.

And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there.

And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for mortar. 

And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven, and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.

Genesis 11:1-9, King James Version

 

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6 Responses to Books

  1. vanda says:

    I have not read the book, but have ordered it. While investigating ancient history online, including the astronomical site of Stonehenge, etc and of the symbolism on Pictish shields, I came to the conclusion that Paleolithic man had great astronomical insights that became the basis of modern religion. I did make the mistake of seeing the double pyramidal goddess in terms of solar motion. She was a Lunar goddess of course! Just reading your titles of the volumes in your book made me realize my mistake. I also noted the ancient symbols in cave art was a type of proto language. I was going to write a book about this but see you already had it covered. Cannot wait to get my copy!

    • dcunningham says:

      It is strange that the archaeologists have never twigged to the fact the artwork always shows boats, and buried beside the pyramid are numerous large boats. Maritime nations mostly watch the movement of the moon (not the sun) because the moon controls high and low tides….so it seems more appropriate to call The Pyramids a Moon Temple. There is still so much more to learn.

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  3. Rush Allen says:

    I read this book with a mind open to communication methods that have been discarded because modern academic rationalism prohibits the natural craftsmanship in us all. Ancients used a form of learning involving talisman devices. The devices are not directly rational because they employ prescience, or the “evidence” of science to a creative craftsmen. A good craftsman “knows” how to create the objects of his craft. Because he is creating the objects there can be no rational basis for the object until it is created. That is prescience, versus academic science masquerading as omniscience.

    For example, a mechanic knows his tools and by simply looking at them he can choose them by size and shape. A 1/4-28 screw versus 10-32 screw are identified without rational knowledge or a measuring device. A 3/8 inch open end wrench versus a 10 mm open end wrench are known subliminally by a master mechanic.

    The clear fact of the ancient humans is that they occupied most of the Earth. There would have been craftsmen that learned how to use stars as guides to travelers. These craftsmen could etch lines to carry engineering information and the artifacts could be employed to teach the craft.

    The use of a talisman like device is what Cunningham does. Then he applies the results to his vast knowledge to “calibrate” the result. In his case he wraps three Mercator star maps on one Mercator Earth map. The result is a huge number of correlations to Ancient Sacred Sites on Earth. Given that the ancients traveled the Earth for over 400,000 years, it would be extremely unlikely not to find sacred sites used for traveling around the Earth. Think of them as train stations. But, Cunningham is bucking a stiff head wind from academic archaeologists because few of them could find the pole star, much less the zenith stars at a hundred sacred sites between Scotland and South Africa.

    Assume that the ancient hominids navigated the Earth, as their remains guarantee. Then apply celestial craftsmanship as the means to navigate. A good navigator would know the whole sky using less than a thousand stars. All he would need is an excellent memory for star patterns and then simply travel to the stars overhead at each destination. It is no more complicated than being a professional golfer. The flag guides amatures. But, there are few Tiger Woods in any culture that can guide a ball into the cup holding the flag from five hundred yards away in four shots or less. Those few were the ancient tour guides whose artifacts caught Cunningham’s attention.

    That is how to appreciate Cunningham’s amazing presentation. Where it takes you is mind boggling. He verifies the ancient adage, “as above, so below.” Although he does not say it, his book validates the Science of Religion, that descended from the Heavens, and exposes the Religion of Science that projects to the stars. The subject is the Earth as it is in the Heavens. Both were sacred to our most distant ancestors. Cunningham has restored the Sacred Places as bus stops along Sacred Routes.

    The next step is to downsize the awe of the etchings and treat them as ancient tools, like axes, etc. As tools, the etchings would not be for the average traveler, but for the advanced guide. That is why they seem enigmatic to normal people. How many people today understand how to use the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. If we wait ten thousand years the rational academics will see that the “CERN Culture” lived in great round caves to avoid the snow bound surface above.

    Academics have to learn how to learn. Prescience must always come before science becomes post science, rationalism, where it should be treated as after thoughts. Cunningham was mostly correct, but the etchings were not common knowledge even when they were used. The Common People used asterisms and constellations and these became the foundations of myths and cults on Earth. The Blombos type artifacts are just tools for High Science.

    The constellations are the reason for the journeys. “Lets go to Orion this year and we can return to Cygnus next year.” Or we might find in a Sacred Site, like Giza, “Lets create a memorial to the days when Orion has full risen again and Mintaka sits directly on the Causeway of the Pyramid of the Son of Man and says, “Know thyself!”

  4. ANDY says:

    Where can I buy this book?
    ISBN 10: 1507790678 ISBN 13: 9781507790670

    A search on the web shows prices between $500 and $4,000

    • dcunningham says:

      I have to admit I am very surprised that the price is so high, but I think I know the reason.

      After much thought, it was decided to halt the publication of 400,000 years of Stone Age Science. This is because I am now working with a publisher to market the book internationally.

      So, at the moment, the only books available for purchase are those sold by collectors…I think that is why prices have recently went through the roof.

      I cannot reveal too much, but the new version of the book (The Map that Talked) will concentrate more on the discovery of the Babel texts. I have also included a new chapter dealing with Australia, and several sections have been revised and updated to include new data.

      The earlier editions, Khyung the Stone Age Astronaut, which looked primarily at the Stone Age Map, and 400,000 Years of Stone Age Science, which began to decode Stone Age writing, will probably become collector pieces…

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