Category Archives: Volume 8: Dec 2012 – 2013 (editing)

Accurate Drawing of the Earth and Moon in Pictish Artwork: A Detailed Analysis of the Invereen Stone

Pictish artwork is decoded for the first time. Contrary to prior suggestions that the symbols might represent peoples names, data shows the symbols provide clear representations of the moon and earth, complete with distance information. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Orkney Venus: Suggestion of Proto-writing in the Alignment of the Etched lines Present on the Orkney Venus Statue to Standard Lunar Astronomical Values, and the Suggestion of an Archaic Global Civilization

The astronomical data used to decode the Pyramids, and the Greek Myths are now found in the Orkney Venus. Continue reading

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The Mayan Reset Explained

The astronomical art decoded used to decode the Greek Myths is used to decode the Mayan Calendar. It is found that this year does mark the end of the Mayan calendar, and the map needs to restart at the constellation Leo, located over Easter Island. Continue reading

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