Monthly Archives: September 2019

Calendar and Clock Systems and the Early Phases of Stonehenge

It is evident from the design inherent in the Stonehenge structure that its builders had a working concept of the 360˚ circle. Hand measurements are used by nomadic societies still today in land navigation techniques. 1 finger is equivalent to … Continue reading

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The Knowth Sundial Decoded

  The Knowth Complex in County Meath, Ireland, consists of a series of passage tombs set in large tumuli or mounds, dating from 3, 200bc. Found at this site among many others is kerbstone 15, otherwise known as the Knowth … Continue reading

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The Integrity Of Stonehenge

      The integrity of Stonehenge has been a topic of open debate in recent years. The idea that the monument is some kind of 18th century folly has somehow taken root in the peoples collective psyche. Mostly due … Continue reading

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These pictures can tell you the azimuth position of the sun, what time of year it is and the time of day!

  The Great Pyramid of Giza The monument has eight faces that divide the 360˚ circle into 8 sections with 45˚ separation. This results in a mean-hour in which the mean sun moves 45˚ over a course of 180mins. As … Continue reading

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Earth Clock Theory – Supporting Ideas

Intro: Earth clock theory suggests that Stonehenge functioned as a 30hr clock, the following is information and further ideas relating to the theory.  Other Neolithic Sites and Horological Designs: Stanton Drew is a Neolithic complex that resides some 43miles to … Continue reading

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