"Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he."
-- Proverbs 29:18, King James Bible (KJV)

Monday, November 07, 2016

Sides Decipherment of Avebury Henge Stone #9 - Its Sides Mark Stars to the Left and Right of Ursa Major and Leo

Sides Decipherment of Avebury Henge Stone #9 - Its Sides Mark Stars to the Left and Right of Ursa Major and Leo

The side of Avebury Henge Stone #9 which currently faces Avebury Stone #8 must correctly face Avebury Stone #10 while the side of Avebury Henge Stone #9 currently facing Stone#10 must correctly face Stone #8. Their false positions are the result of Avebury Stone #9 having been falsely re-erected in the year 1938. See our previous postings for coverage of that story.

Here we present our photographs of the two sides of Avebury Stone #9 and their proper astronomical decipherment as marking stars as deciphered.

Each photo of a side of Avebury Stone #9 is followed by an image showing its astronomical decipherment:

Photo 1: The Side That Faces Stone #8 but Should Face Stone #10


 Decipherment of the Side Now Facing Stone #8 that Should Face Stone #10
 
This Side of Avebury Megalith #9 Marks Stars of a Sky Region from Coma Berenices at the Galactic Meridian to Centaurus at the Galactic Equator
(the left image is a very detailed tracing performed on the photograph above using the zoom function of Paint Shop Pro graphic software, while the right image presents the figures thus found in the corresponding stars)
(click on the image to see it in original, larger size)


Photo 2: The Side That Faces Stone #10 but Should Face Stone #8

Decipherment of the Side Facing Stone #10 that Should Face Stone #8
 
This Side of Avebury Megalith #9 Marks Stars of a Sky Region from Cancer to Crater primarily Representing Hydra
(the left image is a very detailed tracing performed on the photograph above using the zoom function of Paint Shop Pro graphic software, while the right image presents the figures thus found in the corresponding stars)
(click on the image to see it in original, larger size)


These sides were more difficult to interpret than the large frontal faces of Avebury Stone #9, perhaps simply because they offer less space for carving of images. There is a bird at the throat of Hydra in the image above, which is a very old motif to which we attribute the "thunderbird" mythology in North America and which we found at the Roche Percée petroglyphs of Saskatchewan, SK, Canada, where it marks stars below Hydra and to the left of Canis Major and above Puppis (p. 148 of Volume 1 of the books cited below). Here the bird is placed further left. There will be more connections between the Old World and New World in coming Avebury decipherments.

See the cited source:

Sky Earth Native America 1 : American Indian Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs Cave Paintings Earthworks & Mounds as Land Survey & Astronomy, Volume 1, Edition 2, 266 pages, by Andis Kaulins.

Sky Earth Native America 2 : American Indian Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs Cave Paintings Earthworks & Mounds as Land Survey & Astronomy,
Volume 2, Edition 2, 262 pages, by Andis Kaulins.