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

Thursday, December 02, 2021

Stajnia Cave Mammoth Ivory Pendant Dorsal Side Decipherment Corroborated by "Opposite Astronomy Stars" on the Ventral Side Carvings

 No less a thinker than Bertrand Russell wrote in Human Knowledge: Its Scope and  Limits (Simon and Schuster, Clarion Books, New York, 1948) that:

"Astronomy is the oldest of the sciences, and the contemplation of the heavens,
with their periodic regularities, gave men their first conceptions of natural law."

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Our previous decipherment of the so-called "dorsal side" carvings on the Stajnia Cave mammoth ivory pendant is corroborated by our "flipping" the pendant over and deciphering the carvings on the "ventral side" of that same pendant, as found pictured at https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-01221-6/figures/1.

Critical, truly "scientific method"-oriented readers would arguably have examined this essential probative option on their own initiative -- right?

and we are sure you did....

Based upon our astronomical decipherment of the "dorsal side" of the pendant as representing midheaven stars ca. 7500 B.C., we would logically expect the "ventral side" to also represent stars, indeed, stars on the "other" side of Draco opposite that dorsal side, i.e. especially the stars of Cygnus, the swan.

And so it is, as shown by our decipherment image of the ventral side below:

The "Ventral Side" of the Stajnia Cave Mammoth Ivory Carved Pendant ca. 7500 B.C.
Our Decipherment of the Holes, Lines and Figures as Ancient Astronomy viz. "Stargazing"
Marking the Starry Night Stars of Midheaven
The underlying star map was created
via Starry Night Pro astronomy software
while the explanatory marks are by Andis Kaulins of Traben-Trarbach
(click on the graphic to obtain our larger, original decipherment image)


 We have been doing these kinds of decipherments for over 40 years now.

One day, some smart mainstream "scientists" will take notice ....

I myself turn 75 years of youth tomorrow.

I greet my few loyal "smart" followers herewith.

You belong to the "chosen few" who want to know

what our human ancestors were really like

and how our concepts of who we are in this universe

including the origin of our heaven-centered religions

developed through the ancient study of the stars.

The ancients sat around their campfires,

looked up at the Milky Way,

and asked,

"Where -- in God's name -- are we?"

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No less a thinker than Bertrand Russell wrote in Human Knowledge: Its Scope and  Limits (Simon and Schuster, Clarion Books, New York, 1948) that:

"Astronomy is the oldest of the sciences, and the contemplation of the heavens,
with their periodic regularities, gave men their first conceptions of natural law."

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