Category Archives: Volume 11: Sept 2013 – 2014 (Editing)

Preliminary Analysis of Shang Dynasty Oracle Bones: Presence of Alignment in the Drawn Characters to Astronomical Values Central to the Prediction of Eclipses

Analysis of circa 3,000 year old Shang Dynasty writing reveals a dual orientation, with the text aligned to astronomical values. Continue reading

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A Preliminary Analysis of the Glozel Tablet: Astronomical Interpretation of the Geometric Symbols and Evidence for a link to early Proto-Cuneiform

Are the Glozel Tablets really fakes? If so, why do the marks found on at least one tablet aligned to astronomical values key to the prediction of eclipses? Continue reading

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Analysis of the Tablet from Konar Sandal B for astronomical alignments in Early Written Text

The first study of Linear Elamite text reveals the presence of astronomical alignments. However, the text no longer links so strongly to eclipse data. Continue reading

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Analysis of a Second Proto-Cuneiform Tablet for Astronomical Alignments

Mesopotamia, the home of ancient civilizations. This study show that angles were very important to a culture that worshipped the stars. Continue reading

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Analysis of Astronomical Data Contained in an Etched Ogham Stone Uncovered at the Bornais Archaeological Site in South Uist

Ogham….one of the last texts to include angular values as part of an alphabet. Despite being incomplete the stone agrees well with prior studies. Continue reading

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Analysis of Mesopotamian Cuneiform Writing: Evidence for the Presence of Compressional Astronomical Writing in Mesopotamian Text that is Identical in Structure to later Ogham and Pictish Scripts

Compressional writing is uncovered on Mesopotamian text. This data opens up the study of the ancient past, but argues the text is not a description of ancient beer making. Continue reading

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A Preliminary Analysis of the Rotational Astronomical Alignment of the Atacama Giant: The Presence of Compressional Writing in South American Geoglyphs

…and South America joins the rest of the world by revealing a site with compressional astronomical writing. Continue reading

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Direct Comparison of Pictish and Ogham Astronomical Text on the Brandsbutt Ogham Pictish Stone: Confirmation that Ogham and Pictish Glyphs are Compression Languages

Finally….it is confirmed that Pictish drawings are astronomical writing. Continue reading

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