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Saturday August 19, 2017 14:43 by Sergey Smelyakov astrotheos at yahoo dot com Apart.52, 35-V Astronomicheskaia Str. Kharkov, Ukraine
Astronomy and geometry of the prehistoric stone structures
My dear Irish friends,
Let me introduce the English version of my e-book The Stone Portals devoted to the study of prehistoric Stone artefacts, the first two Chapters (http://www.astrotheos.com/EPage_Portal_HOME.htm) of which I have just posted at my site www.astrotheos.com.
I appeal to you in connection with the fact that much of the material presented in Chapter 2 is devoted to the reconstruction of the prehistoric solar calendar of the Celts, the key days of which are reflected in the festivals (Samhain et al.), and in correlation with the astronomical alignments of the Passage Mounds, and before all of the Mound of the Hostages, which I analyzed numerically for all the data that I had.
I would not be distracting your attention if the results obtained in relation to precise determining the exact days of these festivals on the alignments of the mounds would not coincide with the same values determined by the astronomical alignment of the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, and a number of other stone artefacts as well.
From my point of view, the results obtained could contribute not only to a more complete disclosure of the properties of these passage mounds and the ancient culture of the Celts in general, but also to that that in scientific, administrative, and esoteric circles, much more attention was paid to preserving and study of these remarkable objects.
Prof. Sergey Smelyakov, Doctor of math, PhD
The Stone Portals
by Sergey Smelyakov
This issue starts hosting of English edition of the e-book The Stone Portals (http://www.astrotheos.com/EPage_Portal_HOME.htm).
The first Chapter presents the classification and general description of the stone artefacts which are considered the stone portals: stone for their substance, and portals for their occult destination. Their main classes are the pyramids, cromlechs, and stone mounds, as well as lesser forms stone labyrinths et al. Then, chapter by chapter, we analyze the classes of these artefacts from the viewpoint of their occult and analytical properties, which, as it turned out, in different regions of the world manifest the similar properties in astronomical alignments, metrological and geometrical features, calendaric application, and occult destination.
The second Chapter deals with the first, most extensive class of the Stone Portals the Labyrinth-Temples presented by edifices of various types: Pyramids, mounds, etc. This study is preceded by an overview of astronomic and calendaric concepts that are used in the subsequent analysis.
The religious and occult properties are analyzed relative to the main classes of the Labyrinth-Temples disposed in Mesoamerica and Eurasia, but from analytical point of view the main attention is devoted to Mesoamerican pyramids and European Passage Mounds. Thus a series of important properties are revealed re to their geometry, geodesy, astronomy, and metrology which show that their builders possessed extensive knowledge in all these areas. At this, it is shown that although these artefacts differ in their appearance, they have much in common in their design detail, religious and occult destination, and analytic properties, and on the world-wide scale.
In particular, it is revealed that the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan defines four points in Ecliptic (40º, 140º, 220º, 320º) the Auric-cardinal (A-cardinal) ones which are also specified by the astronomical alignments of several Passage Mounds in Ireland; in their turn, the latter determine the days of the four main Celtic festivals (Samhain, Imbolc, etc.) and thus the crucial days of the prehistoric Celtic tropical calendar, the forthcoming dates of which are presented in Gregorian dates.