Saturday, February 28, 2015

Ancient Megalithic Observatories

Goseck Observatory, Germany. Photo: Ralph Bentnagal 

A Duncan-Enzmann Timeline 
In 5120 BC observations were made at Goseck observatory, Germany, in its earliest stages. By 3200 BC, Bryn Celli Ddu and Newgrange observatories were in full operation, both brilliantly and carefully constructed for observing Venus, both built with a long history of about 1,900 years of observation behind them, at least a minimum of three 480 year cycles equaling 1,440 years. This dates early observations to between ca. 5120 and 4600 BC, suggesting developments in Ireland’s Boyne Valley, as earlier observatories preceded the magnificent Newgrange structure. 

photo: vagabond journey

Astronomical advances timeline:
1) 10,000 BC Gobekli site observatory (shown above) in Turkey uses pillars and highly accurate, cylindrically bored megalith sighting holes in a solar and lunar observatory, referencing the fixed stars.

2) 8200 BC at Stonehenge and Danube, an ancient wood-henge built before Wiltshire, plow boys are depicted as the now-called Green Man 

3) 7500 BC Carnac Lighthouse

4) 6500 BC Rhone-Rhine-Danube Forest Fire-Glades

5) 4800 BC observations used for construction of the Newgrange Mariner’s observatory are underway

6) 4400 BC megalith ocean voyagers of Grooved-Ware and related cultures have stations at Lixus, Azores, Byblos, Nabta, and Dilmun

7) 4200 BC Æsir Kurgan I migration

8) 4000 BC Maes Howe viewing platform is constructed in Scotland (Ref.: The Book of Hiram by Knight and Lomas)

9) 3750 BC Æsir Kurgan II migration

10) ca. 3300 BC Uruk is founded in Sumeria

11) ca. 3200 BC Newgrange Observatory is completed

12) 3150 BC the “Lords of Light” arrive by sea and expel invaders, ending the Pre-Dynastic to Dynastic Intermediate Period of turmoil, unifying Lower and Upper Egypt

13) 2900 BC with climate change, the population of megalithic mariners Grooved-Ware Culture disappears from the British Isles

14) 1002 BC Hiram of Tyre is born - a winter-Solstice child considered blessed by glowing pre-dawn Goddess Venus

15)  900 BC Hebrew Shekinah is recorded

16) 700 BC Rome celebrates “Sol Invictus” on December 25th, as “birthday of the Sun.” This is a celebration of the sun’s return from its lowest point of the analemma, the Tropic of Capricorn, at winter solstice.

17) 350 AD His Holiness Julius I proclaims that Christ was born on December 25th based on Christ’s conception at Spring Equinox, according to the tradition of Sol Invictus.  

Similar information has been researched by Tricia McCannon and published in her book: Jesus, the explosive story of the 30 lost years and the ancient mystery religions.

 Similar information has been researched by Tricia McCannon and published in her book: Jesus, the explosive story of the 30 lost years and the ancient mystery religions.

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  1. Recognizing a Mercury-Venus conjunction every 480 years does NOT mean that this was the Hebrew Shekinah. It's too infrequent an occurrence. The Shekinah was the physical presence of the goddess which was simply the shadow-producing light of Venus.

    "As Above, So Below" is the precept of ancient 'sacred geometry'. GOD=7_4 algorithm/code is the primary example of sacred geometry. Please see .

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