Tuesday, February 24, 2004
At Loot | Along the Antiquities Trail: An Illicit Journey Out of Egypt, Only a Few Questions Asked a February 23, 2004 article by BARRY MEIER and MARTIN GOTTLIEB explores the world of illicit antiquities traffic. It is a great read, providing deep insight into this age-old international trade in art and artifacts. It really is quite like Indiana Jones.
Saturday, February 07, 2004
Panama Megalith Deciphered
As already noted in the previous posting to Archaeopundit, the recently discovered Miami Circle is equally distant - on a straight line - from both the Peterborough Petroglyphs in Canada and the just found gigantic Panama Megalith. It appears that these markers are the major Eastern triangulation points for the ancient (ca. 3000 BC) survey of North America by the megalith builders.
There also appears to be a survey tie to Teotihuacan, as the distance from Teotihuacan to the Miami Circle is the same (ca. 2050 km) as from the Miami Circle to the Peterborough Petroglyphs and from the Miami Circle to the Panama Megalith - we measure this as 2050 km each way using the distance-finding software program Geothek. From Teotihuacan to the Petroglyphs the distance is 3400 km. From Teotihuacan to the Panama Megalith it is 2500 km. This survey of North America was just one part of a larger survey of the world by the megalith builders.
In the book, Stars Stones and Scholars
the Peterborough Petroglyphs in Canada are deciphered as a planisphere marking the center of heaven - as is now clear, this was the North Ecliptic Pole.
Similarly, the Miami Circle is deciphered in that book as a planisphere marking approximately in the region of the star nu-Hydra at the Summer Solstice ca. 3117 BC.
It thus seemed probable that the giant Panama Megalith just found this last week in Panama would fit in with this survey system.
It has in fact been possible for me to decipher the figures and cupmarks on the Panama Megalith, showing that these figures and cupmarks mark the South Ecliptic Pole and thus constitute the "southern geographic survey border" for the survey of North America. South America begins just below this point of the SE end of the Isthmus of Panama.
Since the ancients used the stars to survey the Earth, the figures carved on megaliths mark stars, constellations or asterisms. We find that the head of the lizard-figure on the Panama Megalith marks the top of the group of stars modernly known as Dorado. The head of Dorado points directly to the South Ecliptic Pole.
Also marked on the Panama Megalith appears to be a relief next to it on the left - the shape is marked by heavy moss on the megalith as shown on the photograph of the stone - and we think this could be the human-head-shaped Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), but this must remain speculative until the moss is removed and surface studied. The numerous three-cupped cupmark groups on the Panama Megalith mark the stars around LMC and also further to its right mark the stars of what we today know as the constellation Reticulum.
The decipherment is found as
in file "North America - USA Canada" at the LexiLine Yahoo egroup on the History of Civilization.
Friday, February 06, 2004
Panama Megalith with Rock Art Found
BBC NEWS carries a February 2, 2004 story at Rock discovery causes excitement about a large megalith covered with rock drawings just found in Panama by Julian Chenoweth of Cornwall, England. The megalith is dated to ca. 3000 BC, weighs 30 tons and is ca. 17 feet (5.18 metres) high. The linked page at BBC has a photo of the rock, showing a large lizard, and - as I have found - cup-like marks similar to those found at the site of the Peterborough Petroglyphs in Canada. Other figures are possible, but hard to tell from the photograph.
The archaeologist, Julian Chenoweth of St. Mawes, who works with the Scientific Exploration Society,
is quoted as saying:
"I believe the rock is a ceremonial place or a boundary marker for a tribe's territory."
The presence of this megalithic rock in such a faraway place as Panama fits in with the theory of Andis Kaulins in his book Stars, Stones and Scholars, claiming an ancient survey of the earth by the megalithic peoples ca. 3000 BC, whereby the megaliths in fact served as boundary markers for ancient man and were "sighted in" by astronomy, a record whereof which was inscribed on the stones.
In fact, we can explain why this rock is exactly where it is. This area of Darien, Panama, near the Pacific Coast of Panama toward the far SE side of Panama, near the river Sambu, is the same distance from the Miami Circle in Miami, Florida, as the Miami Circle is from the Peterborough Petroglyphs in Canada - ALL ON THE SAME DIRECT LINE. The Peterborough Petroglyphs are roughly at 44 degrees north, Miami Beach is at ca. 26 degrees north and the Panama Rock is at approximately 8 degrees north - this is a distance of roughly 4000 km using 2000 -2100 km long segments, which fits in with the distances used for survey in North America in 3000 BC, according to Kaulins' book. Additionally the Panama Rock forms a triangulation with the Miami Circle and Teotihuacan, at ca. 20 degrees north. In other words, the Panama Rock is a major cornerstone of the survey of North America ca. 3000 BC by the megalithic peoples.
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