Category Archives: Volume 9: March 2013 – 2014 (Preview)

Analysis of the Fazenda Colorada site in Brazil for alignment to astronomical values

Data links the Amazon geoglyph of Fazenda Colorada to the Saharan Desert linear geoglyphs Continue reading

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Preliminary Analysis of the Acre Geoglyph Field for Evidence of Astronomical Art

The sidereal month in South America is already known to decode the Mayan Baktun. Now direct evidence of its use in the deep Amazon jungle is discovered at Geoglyph of Acre. Continue reading

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Explaining the 11 Karanas: The 56 Week Year

The presence of the 11 degree alignment at various archaeological sites is linked to the 11 Karanas of the Vedic Calendar. This creates a theoretical 56 week calendar, with each week 6.511 days long, and each 6.511 week divided into 7 smaller blocks. Continue reading

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Preliminary Analysis of Tibetan Mascoid Art: Presence of Astronomical Data Consistent with Knowledge of Eclipses and Lunar Motion

An investigation was undertaken of Tibetan Mascoid Art. The result is agreement that the grid-like patterns seen globally are linked to very small, and well-defined range of astronomical values. Continue reading

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The Origin and Beginning of Writing: The Presence of Astronomical Art and Proto-Writing in the circa 400,000 year old Bilzingsleben Bone Artifact

Contained in the 400,000 year old Bilzingsleben engraved bone is the oldest known astronomical artwork. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Geometric Pattern Uncovered at La Grotte de l’Observatoire

An undated engraved stone uncovered at La Grotte de l’Observatoire reveal the same astronomical artwork as seen in the engraved ochres of Blombos Cave South Africa Continue reading

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Analysis of the Astronomical Data Contained within the Engraved Stone uncovered at the Shuidonggou Paleolithic Site, Northwest China

A circa 30,000 year old engraved stone uncovered at the Shuidonggou Paleolithic Site is analyzed using astronomical data used to interpret the 70,000 year old Blombos Cave engraved ochre. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Astronomical Data Contained in the Dunnichen Stone: A Study of Possible Proto-Writing in circa 1,300 Year Old Stones

Analysis of the Dunnichen stone, a standard Class I Pictish stone, suggests the stone was constructed as an astronomical art piece. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Fiscavaig Pictish Stone: The Presence of Basic Astronomical Data and the Suggestion of Archaic Proto-writing in circa 1,300 Year Old Scottish Stones

The relatively simple pattern on the Fiscavaig Stone still produces sufficient data to argue the lines are aligned to standard astronomical values. Continue reading

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Interpretation of Astronomical Data in Pictish Artwork: Analysis of the Aberlemno III Pictish Stone

Continuing a study series the same astronomical values discovered in various archaeological sites around the world is discovered in the Aberlemno Pictish Stone. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Aberlemno 1 (Serpent Stone): Evidence of Accurate Knowledge of the Moon’s Orbit in Pictish Artwork

The Aberlemno 1 Serpent Stone contains astronomical data similar in structure to that seen in the physical layout os Stonehenge and other Pictish stones. Continue reading

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The Decorated Stone of Skara Brae: Presence of Astronomical Proto-Writing Similar in Structure to that seen at the Irkutsk Geoglyph Field

Analysis of a decorated stone uncovered at Skara Brae suggests ancient astronomers simply wrote astronomical data as angles to overcome the absence of a working written language. The results presented here are consistent with the Invereen Stone, the Orkney Venus, and the Irkutsk geoglyph Field. Continue reading

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