"Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he."
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Friday, October 14, 2016

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 20 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 30 and 29 Canis Major Sirius and Orion

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 20 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 30 and 29 Canis Major Sirius and Orion

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 20 by Andis Kaulins
Canis Major Sirius and Orion at Stones 30 and 29
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 19 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 7 to 27

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 19 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 7 to 27

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 19 by Andis Kaulins Stones 7 to 27
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18a by Andis Kaulins - Sarsen 5 Hydra

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18a by Andis Kaulins - Sarsen 5 Hydra

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18a by Andis Kaulins Sarsen 5 Hydra
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 10 to 29

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 10 to 29

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 18 by Andis Kaulins Stones 10 to 29
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 17 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 11 to 29

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 17 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 11 to 29

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 17 by Andis Kaulins Stones 11 to 29
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 16 by Andis Kaulins - The A344 - Stopping Automobile Traffic at Stonehenge

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 16 by Andis Kaulins - The A344 - Stopping Automobile Traffic at Stonehenge

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 16 by Andis Kaulins
The A344 - Stopping Automobile Traffic at Stonehenge
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 15 by Andis Kaulins - Station Stone 91 Crux, the Southern Cross

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 15 by Andis Kaulins - Station Stone 91 Crux, the Southern Cross

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 15 by Andis Kaulins
Station Stone 91, Crux, the Southern Cross on the Edge of Precession
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 14 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 1

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 14 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 1
(closer and a bit more to the right than the prevous photograph - these shorter gaps between photographs permit individual stones to be focused)

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 14 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 1
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 13 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 2

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 13 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 2

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 13 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 12 to 2
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 12 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 4

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 12 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 4

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 12 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 4
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 11 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 8

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 11 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 8

Our panorama tour of Stonehenge proceeds counter-clockwise! On that tour we identify the stars represented by the sarsens and stones of Stonehenge. Interesting proofs follow through the analysis of individual stones.

We are presently putting together a photobook at PixelNet covering this photo series decipherment of Stonehenge using our own photographs and accompanying text explanations. We use PixelNet because one can work with multiple photos in an editable book format, which makes ultimate formatting of the materials easier. These images are snips, which explains the "book fold" in the middle of the photos. This photograph and the accompanying text explanations are all Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. Enjoy!

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 11 by Andis Kaulins - Stones 16 to 8
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10A by Andis Kaulins - The Decipherer in 2016

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10A by Andis Kaulins - The Decipherer in 2016, the Year of the Stonehenge Decipherment

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10A by Andis Kaulins
The Decipherer in 2016, the Year of the Stonehenge Decipherment
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Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10 by Andis Kaulins - The Decipherer in 2005

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10 by Andis Kaulins - The Decipherer in 2005, the Year of the Stonehenge Photographs (September 13, an overcast day without shadows that proved perfect for serious Stonehenge photography)

Stonehenge was built by people. Behind every stone there are people, then, and now. Ultimately, people are what is important, regardless of the science. As our decipherment reveals, Stonehenge was constructed to express the understanding of ancient humans about their place in their viewed universe.

Stonehenge Decipherment Panorama 10 by Andis Kaulins
The Decipherer in 2005
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This photograph and its texts are Copyright © 2016 by Andis Kaulins. It is included to add the human element to the decipherment. Stones without people mean nothing. This image may not be reproduced in any manner without the express written permission of Andis Kaulins, the copyright holder.