Wednesday, December 11, 2013

King Arthur at Carn Bica Outcrop - Visual Interpretation for Those Who May Be Good at Texts but Not At Picture Visualization

Over the course of the years we have discovered that some people may excel at "texts" but may not be so good at "pictures", so we have clipped the original photograph by Rudi Winter to make it "more obvious" what is shown by the stones.

This posting follows on the our most recent postings about Carn Arthur, Carn Meini, Bedd Arthur, and the Carn Bica Outcrop in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK.

We have resized the head and surrounding stones -- all equally -- and then traced the outlines of the stones and the most prominent lines in the stones. I have then colored the resulting traced stones so that ANYONE can see quite clearly and unequivocally what is represented by them. There are surely more figures represented by the stones, but that is not material to the main question, which is the portrayal of the main items in the scene.

Below the interpretation is the tracing. We stick to the original stones! The original, here changed, photograph was by Rudi Winter © 2010 at Geograph, which has a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) license, see Rock outcrops near Carn Bica (Rudi Winter) / CC BY-SA 2.0. The original image is found here. These are interpretations by Andis Kaulins:

What is the Ancient Gaelic Word for King?

, or very commonly ríg (genitive), is an ancient Gaelic word meaning "King".[1] It is used in historical texts referring to the Irish and Scottish kings and those of similar rank. While the modern Irish word is exactly the same,[2] in modern Scottish Gaelic it is Rìgh,[3] apparently derived from the genitive. The word comes from the Proto-Indo-European *h₃rēǵs ("ruler, king"). Cognates include Sanskrit 'rā́jan' ("king") and Latin 'rex' ("king, ruler").

From The Wikipedia at Ri.

Now see my previous posting.

King Arthur's "Bedd" is the Circle of Precession: Evidence, Mythology and the Legends of Ancient Britain

The only way to properly understand the ancient AND legal history of mankind is to get the right handle on the probative evidence available. Archaeologists do not understand the megaliths and therefore are leading us far astray from understanding the history of Ancient Britain in the formative megalithic period.

The hermetic planisphere at Pembrokeshire in Wales reveals to us the secret of one of the great so-called myths of Ancient Britain, namely the origin of the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, which I have long alleged to be astronomical in substance.

We see now from my previous two decipherments of Carn Arthur and Carn Meini (see the Ancient World Blog) that the standing stones of Bedd Arthur are in fact "located" at King Arthur's "bed'", which is the fixed circle of precession, surely marked here at the star Pi Cephei.

The Tip of the "pyramid" of Cepheus -- surely the astronomical origin of the concept of "pyramid-building", if astronomy played a role at inception -- is marked by the star Gamma Cephai, known as Er Rai, thought to be of Arabic origin as Al Rai, the Shepherd, but more likely simply "Rex", "the King", since the King's Head is ordinarily said to be marked by the Cepheus stars of delta, epsilon, zeta and lambda (see Richard Hinckley Allen, Star Names, p. 158), but that is of course nonsense, since those are in the left corner of Cepheus at the base of the pyramid, and much too small in grouping to be the King's head, located also right where Cepheus connects to the river of the Milky Way.

Photograph by Rudi Winter © 2010 at Geograph, Creative Commons License, see below

What our decipherment of the hermetic planisphere of Pembrokeshire, Wales suggests then is that a most singular outcrop of Carn Bica provides us with nothing less than a sculpture of King Arthur's head personally (see the image above).

That is the photograph by Rudi Winter © 2010 at Geograph, which has a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) license, see
Rock outcrops near Carn Bica (Rudi Winter) / CC BY-SA 2.0
The image is found here.

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