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Archaeoastronomy, Digging Up Our Ancient Skies

{written by : Greg Gourdian}

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Article active date : 2010-08-22 -- Article views : 1379


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Astronomers and astrologists alike search the heavens for clues that may help them to solve many ancient mysteries. Archaeoastronomists search ancient ruins for clues that may lead us to knowledge of alien visitations from the stars.





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Astronomers and astrologists alike search the heavens for clues that may help them to solve many ancient mysteries. Archaeoastronomists search ancient ruins for clues that may lead us to knowledge of alien visitations from the stars.

Archaeoastronomy is the study of ancient civilizations" knowledge of astronomy as evidenced by their surviving architectural ruins and artifacts. The best known examples are Stonehenge, and the pyramids built by the Egyptian, Hindu, Mayan, and Aztec civilizations.

When the structures of Stonehenge are studied in context with the seasonally changing background of the stars, archaeoastronomists have demonstrated that precise alignments defining yearly solstices and equinoxes occur with extraordinary precision.

This is believed to indicate that the ancient geomancers responsible for the design and construction of Stonehenge were intimately aware of the patterns of events portrayed in our ancient skies.

The mathematically precise alignment of Stonehenge with the changing movements of the sun and stars enabled ancient geomancers to observe vital spiritual holidays on the correct days of the year.

Similar patterns of alignments with the heavens have been found in the pyramids of both old world and new world civilizations, demonstrating that the detailed knowledge of astronomy, geometry, and mathematics required to build these megalithic monuments may have been shared by many diverse civilizations.

Archaeoastronomy raises the question of whether or not the advanced astronomical knowledge of these diverse civilizations could have arisen independently in many different places and times, or whether this information may have been passed down from a single originating source that then spread across the globe to be assimilated by many different cultures.

Some archaeoastronomists believe that some maps of the heavens recorded by ancient civilizations may actually point to the home worlds of alien races that have visited the Earth in many different past ages. They further argue that if these aliens were present in our distant past, then they most likely are still present among us today.

If these ancient monuments have been designed to accurately describe heavenly events, might they contain clues to events in our future?

Archaeoastronomists are trying to analyze features of these ancient monuments that remain enigmatic, but which may really foretell some critical event in our future, such as the advent of the Age of Aquarius in 2012, which is accurately described in the engraved stone calendars of many different ancient civilizations.

Most notably, the Mayan calendar comes to an end on the specific date that marks the transition to the new age to come, a date recorded in Hinduism as the next Kali-Yuga, or the end of the universe and all of creation.

Will this mean the end of the world? Enquiring archaeoastronomists hope to learn the answer.

Enjoy!

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Greg Gourdian is part of a collective being, we are composed of many entities participating in a psychic network. We currently call ourselves Grigori Rho Gharveyn, you can meet us in Yoville, where we give free tarot readings. We love to write and teach about spiritual evolution, ascension, auras, chakras, alchemy, tarot, channeling, metaphysics, parapsychology, sociology, psychology, quantum physics, etc... For our most recent work please see our current blog: MySpace Blog For older work please look here: Google Blog

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