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Websites dealing with the newly founded disciplines of Archaeoastronomy and Astroarchaeology may join. Come stroll with us through the prehistoric EarthØscape and learn more about mankind's worldwide heritage and monument-building legacy.
 

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   Transdisciplinary Comparative Studies Preview Go
Archaeoastronomy and Astroarchaeology in mankind's worldwide heritage and monumental legacy. Comparative tables of astrology, mythology, and metaphysics drawn from diverse sources, antient & recent.
   The Stonehenge Station Stones Preview Go
A comprehensive (I hope) review of theories and measures attached to the Stonehenge Station Stones. Albeit a phoenix of sorts.
   Archaeoastronomy in Kazakhstan Preview Go
Archaeology, Arcaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy in Central Asian Culturs


   AncientSecrets2012 Preview Go
Ancient astronomy and lost civilizations theories. The newest theory is that the long lifespans in Genesis are actually long age counts used for recording precession. The lifespans follow a pattern which line up to the zodiac dates, going all the way back to 13250BC. The theory also includes how Sirius was used to mark the passing of the Milky Way, also known as the Flood.
   Tales of the Immortal Night Preview Go
Tales of the Immortal Night: the Greek Myths of the Constellations and Photographs of the Galaxies takes you on a magical odyssey of the cosmos. Go outside tonight, find a constellation and read it's myth or tour the Hubble Deep Space Telescope photographs. Your relationship with the night will be changed forever.
   The Orion Zone Preview Go
Star Correlation Theory in American Southwest. A pattern of "ancient star cities" (Hopi villages and Anasazi/Sinagua ruins) in Arizona mirrors EVERY major star in the constellation Orion. The web site showcases a book in progress called "The Orion Zone: Ancient Star Cities of the American Southwest" by Gary A. David. As above, so below.






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