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Astronomia Flamenca By Ian Beardsley
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In a journey from Spain to Italy and back to America, a student of astronomy does flamenco, picking up hidden anomolies in the solar system, science fiction, and time.
The Uranus Enigma By Ian Beardsley
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It is called The Uranus Enigma because whether or not extraterrestrials left their thumbprint in our physics as well as a message that seems to come from the same region of space as SETI’s Wow... More > signal, or randomly evolving systems and Nature converge on one number (nine-fifths), the Uranus integral is one compact statement that embodies everything. It is my belief, if you read this story, you might agree it is what happens if Gypsies do physics.< Less
Manuel's Integral By Ian Beardsley
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A compact statement that embodies a great deal, a message from extraterrestrials embedded in our physics.
ET Conjecture By Ian Beardsley
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Here we present my comprehensive work to date Jan 2015 in my work The ET Conjecture.
Astronomical Dating of the Mahabharata War By Dieter Koch
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The Mahabharata epic narrates the events surrounding a great war that marked the end of a past age and the beginning of the current age, the so called Kaliyuga. Historicity and dating of this war are... More > highly controversial. However, the text contains clues of calendrical and astronomical ‎‎(astrological) nature that have caused numerous attempts to ‎date the war astronomically. This work evaluates former attempts of this kind and arrives at the ‎conclusion that the epic is referring to astronomical ‎configurations that occurred around 1198 BCE. In that year, ‎all the planets disappeared in the glare of the Sun for several ‎weeks and then synchronously reappeared in the morning sky. ‎According to the text, this astronomical event took place in ‎the area of the lunar mansions Viśākhā, Anurādhā, and ‎Jyeṣṭhā and was accompanied by a solar and a lunar eclipse.‎< Less
The Exploits Of Manuel By Ian Beardsley
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The exploits of a Gypsy Shaman in business, science, and the business of science. The discoveries that were made, and the life he lived.
Stonehenge Alignments By H Jenks
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Stonehenge has hidden its secrets in plain view. Form follows function. We can now see that it functioned as a precision scientific instrument, to measure the angles of sunrise, sunset, moonrise,... More > moonset, and to measure angles outside of these ranges, implying that the entire visible sky was mapped. The astronomers of Stonehenge divided the circle into 36 segments, and were more than 1000 years in advance of the Babylonian astronomers in this regard.< Less
The World's First Cities By Brian J.L. Berry
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The World's First Cities were created when three forces converged: the emergence of states and god kingship; the ability to plan, design and build monumental complexes; and the desire to match the... More > rhythms of life on earth and the movements of the heavens. Convergence occurred at different times in each region that invented cities. In this insightful book, Brian Berry tells the story of this timing and discusses the planned cities that were created.< Less
The Star of Bethlehem By Dieter Koch
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A new theory on the Christmes star. On careful and unprejudiced reading, the legend of the Star of ‎Bethlehem (Matthew 2) suggests a rather unspectacular heliacal rising of Venus to have been the... More > ‎star. This suggestion is supported by Revelation 22:16, where Jesus is called “the shining morning ‎star”. John’s vision of the apocalyptic woman in Revelation 12 indicates that the rising of the ‎morning star took place during the time of Virgo (the virgin), close to a new moon, and, if possible, ‎on the day of the Jewish New Year. It is intriguing that around 2 BCE there really was a date that ‎fulfilled all these conditions. The author studies the symbolism of this celestial configuration, and he ‎discovers that it accords with the birth of the Messiah. It is to be debated whether this date for his ‎birth is realistic, or whether early Christian writers chose it because of its symbolism.‎< Less
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169 Photographs & Graphics. The research work of Debbie Johnson has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of the past. This book redefines the Egyptian civilization by introducing... More > two new discoveries which reveal the enlightened state of the ancient culture. The first topics covered in archaeoastronomy are sun alignments and symbolic art that demonstrates amazing correlation when compared to the orientation and placement of temples and pyramids. The second subject involves the phenomenon of rock formations called simulacra that appear in the mountain cliffs in the likeness of the Egyptian deities. The Egyptian gods emerge as supernatural beings at dawn, transform throughout the day, and fade at dusk respectively with the sun. Both discoveries unite to prove that the Egyptians were both seekers and teachers of the natural world, building their structures to honor realities in nature that are based on cosmic principles of the solar cycles.< Less