Category Archives: Volume 13: Mar 2014 – 2015 (Editing)

Analysis of the Saksaywaman Temple of Astronomy: Presence of Stone Age Writing (the World’s Oldest text) in the Layout of the Temple Walls

Powerful data is presented here that for the first time directly links the Cusco Temple complex of Saksaywaman to the Atacama Giant in Chile, and the Muisca civilization in Columbia. Continue reading

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Analysis of the Wadi Rabah Carving of Running Birds: Presence of Archaic Stone Age Astronomical Writing Based on the Prediction of Eclipses

New theories in archaeology are rare. Testable theories are exceptionally rare. Over an extended series of papers it has been slowly confirmed that an ancient linear text was written on religious stones and statues, which proves a Stone Age civilization traveled the world. In this study an analysis of a carved drawing uncovered at Wadi Rabah confirms that this ancient text was used in the region of Israel circa 5,000 years ago. Continue reading

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Analysis of Paleolithic Geoglyphs fields drawn over Scotland that Draw the Constellation Cygnus: Presence of Astronomical Alignments Consistent with Alignments seen at Lascaux Cave and Other Archaic Sites

Finally the sites that began the rewriting of world history are analyzed to see if the 14,000 year old geoglyph fields are geoglyphs aligned to astronomical values. The result is a good match, and completing the circle, the sites that first gave rise to the theory that our ancestors in the Stone Age created a map of the world using the stars, and that the earliest writings ever made by humans was linked to astronomical values, shows that the geoglyphs do align to the same astronomical values seen elsewhere. This result can be considered perhaps the most important result in this long series of papers, perhaps even more important than the study that proves the geometrical patterns at Lascaux are archaic writing, because now it can also be proven that our ancestors mapped the world in the Stone Age. Continue reading

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Analysis of Five Muisca Tunjo Figurines for the Presence of Archaic Astronomical Writing and Data: Comparison between European and South America Religious Statues Reveals Evidence of a Possible Bronze Age or Stone Age Contact Between Europe and South America

Many have long questioned whether there once existed an ancient connection between the people of South America and other regions around the world. Here the suggestion is the connection must have occurred a very long time ago, in the Stone Age. The study of five muisca figurines reveals that they are structurally identical to bronze age figurines uncovered in Cyprus, a result consistent with data presented in 400,000 years of Stone Age Science. Continue reading

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Lascaux Talks for the First Time in 14,000 Years Part 5: Presence of the World’s Oldest Writing in the Figure of the Horse with X Pattern

Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 7 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 15th Jan 2014, Published: 15th Jan 2014 Abstract Until recently the geometrical patterns located at the entrance of the Lascaux cave system have defied any meaningful translation. In this, … Continue reading

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Lascaux Talks for the First Time in 14,000 Years Part 4: Analysis of the Pleaides Bull Geometric Pattern for Astronomical Text in Stone Age Drawings

Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 6 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 15th Jan 2014, Published: 15th Jan 2014 Abstract Until very recently the geometrical patterns located at the entrance of the Lascaux cave system have defied any meaningful translation. In … Continue reading

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Lascaux Cave Talks for the First Time in 14,000 Years Part 3: Analysis of the Lascaux Square Box and 13 Dot Pattern for the Presence of Astronomical Writing

Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 5 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 18th Feb 2014, Published: 22nd Feb 2014 Abstract Until very recently the geometrical patterns located at the entrance of the Lascaux cave system have defied any meaningful translation. In … Continue reading

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Analysis of the Chauvet Cave Spider Pattern for Astronomical Data

 Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 4 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 31st Jan 2014, Published: 31st Jan 2014   Abstract  With recent confirmation that the geometrical patterns located within Lascaux Cave and Chauvet Caves are identical forms of astronomical … Continue reading

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Analysis of Bear Claw Pattern at Chauvet Cave: Presence of circa 30,000 year old Astronomical writing in Western Europe

 Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 3 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 22nd Jan 2014, Published: 23rd Jan 2014   Abstract  With recent confirmation that the geometrical patterns located within Lascaux Cave are a form of archaic writing that is … Continue reading

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Lascaux Cave Talks for the First Time in 14,000 Years Part 2: Analysis of the Lascaux Entrance Passageway Bull with Checkerboard Pattern for Astronomical Writing in Stone Age Artwork

Midnight Science (2014-2015), Volume 13, Paper 2 Author: Derek Cunningham Paper Submitted: 22nd Jan 2014, Published: 23rd Jan 2014 Abstract Until very recently the geometrical patterns located at the entrance of the Lascaux cave system have defied any meaningful translation. In … Continue reading

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Lascaux Cave Talks for the First Time in 14,000 Years Part 1: Evidence of the World’s Oldest Writing System in the Square Grid Geometrical Patterns found at the Entrance Passageway of Lascaux Cave

In Part 1 of a long awaited study of the geometrical patterns of Lascaux cave, evidence is uncovered that the patterns are examples of the world’s oldest written text. Continue reading

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