Category Archives: Volume 3: September 2011 – 2012 (Published)

A Possible 50,000 year old drawings of the Cygnus Man? Deciphering the Petroglyphs at the V-bar-V Petroglyph Site

There is no supporting evidence for the claims made here. But the site is intriguing because of its location. In later studies the site is highlighted several times. Whether this is by accident or by design cannot be calculated. Continue reading

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Solving the Pyramids Part 2: Evidence of the existence of the Cygnus Star Map and its use to Create a Map of Earth in the Paleolithic Paintings drawn at Lascaux and Cueva di El Castillo

How do you solve the Pyramids? By looking at an ancient painting of a Bull. One can hardly think of a more unlikely source for solving one of world’s oldest mysteries. This paper is important as it links together the Pyramids to artwork contemporary with the proposed age of the star map. this map becomes central in solving many later mysteries. Continue reading

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The Spiral, The Minotaur and The Map of the World

With the Earth-star map now known to explain the location of religious centers in the UK, and previous papers in Volumes 1 and 2 identifying a link between the pattern over Scotland and the Great Pyramids of Giza, the emphasis here was to test the theory the astronomical charts were being used to create a map of the world. In tis study it was therefore decided to wrap the stars a second time around Earth. Continue reading

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The Cygnus Star Map: The Location of Canterbury and other British Religious Centers

The second paper in Volume 3 continues an analysis of the British Isles, to identify if important religious centers were marked by the position of major stars. As with the previous study of Eastern Scotland the answer appears to be yes, and that the location of every major religious center in Britain was first decided 14,000 years ago. Continue reading

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