Subtitle:Exploring the subtle energies of Ireland's ancient neolithic monument.
Kieran Comerford, engineer and research and development manager spent eight years investigating the purpose for which Newgrange was built. He concluded that this Neolithic World Heritage Site in County Meath, Ireland represented the culmination of a huge project which began in County Sligo and progressed south-eastwards through a series of developments. Each of these intermediate monuments became more sophisticated and Newgrange represented the perfection of an ancient technology which has been lost. Newgrange was not built just to tell the time of the winter solstice. It functioned throughout the year and the science and technology behind its main purpose is revealed in this book. Bringing together knowledge from a wide range of sources Kieran explains how we can understand and benefit from this “New Science”, but science itself, as we know it, must change to accommodate these old, and now... More > rediscovered ideas.< Less