Category Archives: Volume 12: Dec 2013 – 2014 (Editing)

Astronomical Interpretation of Five Late Bronze Age Cyprus Figures: Confirmation of the Existence of Written Language in Archaic Linear Art Used in a Religious Setting

Linear writing found on several statues discovered in Cyprus confirms the linear writing is intended to be orientated to same underlying pattern. This key result supports the suggestion that the linear pattern is an archaic writing system. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Linear Rock Art “Spiders” Discovered at Kharga Oasis: The Presence of Astronomical Writing in Early Egyptian Rock Art

The Kharga Oasis panel is only the second confirmed piece of geometrical writing uncovered in Egypt. Continue reading

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Initial Evidence of a Direct Cultural Link between Vestonice in the Czech Republic and Lemba in Cyprus: Presence of Identical Early Astronomical Writing and Lunar Symbolism on the Lemba and the Dolni Vestonice Venus Figures Suggesting the Continuous Worship of a Lunar Moon God Figure for a Period of Circa 20,000 Years

Comparison of two carved figures produced thousands of years apart suggests the existence of an archaic lunar religion in the late Paleolithic era. Continue reading

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Presence of Astronomical Writing on the Bush Barrow Lozenge

Analysis of the Bush Barrow Lozenge produces an entirely new explanation for the multiple intricate lines found on this gold plate. Continue reading

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Study of Astronomical Text on the Dolni Vestonice Venus Figure

Solid evidence is uncovered that argues a global civilization existed circa 30,000 years ago. Continue reading

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Reinterpretation of the Lebombo and Ishango Tally Marks: Evidence of Advanced Astronomical studies in Paleolithic-era Bones and an Early Writing System in the Early Upper Paleolithic Time Period

Two bones two identical patterns, but contrary to current “theory” the bones do not show tally marks. Read to uncover the existence of an archaic astronomical writing. Continue reading

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Translation and Alignment of the Harappa Seals to a Mercator Map of Earth and Expanded Mercator Map of the Stars: Comparison Between the Structure of Harappan Text and the Layout of Stonehenge

An astronomical theory of Paleolithic Navigation created an entirely new theory for the beginning of writing. Now the Harappa Seals are analyzed. The result is the discovery of the first direct independent link between archaic writing and the astronomical map of the ancient world. Continue reading

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The Ancient World Map of the Paleolithic: How the Stonehenge Avenue Creates a Map of the Night Sky

Is the path of The Avenue in front of Stonehenge a map of the Milky Way? Yes…but only if drawn in modern Mercator format. Continue reading

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A Reanalysis of the Purpose of the Engraved Bones from Remouchamps

Gambling bones? This new data suggests the bones were not ancient dice. In fact it might be more accurate to describe them as college level text books. Continue reading

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