Archaeoastronomy is the study of how peoples in the past have understood the phenomena in the sky, how they used what they saw and what role the sky played in their cultures. This category is for non-mainstream views on these subjects.
A research site for astronomical sources of world mythology and religions.
Megalithism and shamanism on Caprione's promontory: recent studies. Lerici, Italy.
Links to all ancient astronomy related articles by James Q. Jacobs. Covers many cultures. Includes a bibliography and photos.
Examines various unique aspects of Egyptian archaeoastronomy including the alignment of Khufu's southern shafts with ecliptic and lunar orbital places, the dating the GP to 4420BC, the astroarchaeological associations of the Narmer Palette and the King Lists.
Overview of archaeoastronomy. Includes maps, almanacs and video archive.
Archaeogeodesy encompasses prehistoric and ancient place determination, point positioning, navigation, astronomy, and measure and representation of the earth and geodynamic phenomena.
Official: includes information on astroarchaeology and extraterrestrials on earth; membership and contact information.
Highlights of abuses of astronomy in archaeoastronomy.
Describes the Precessional Cross occurring now in Earth's ~25,000 year Precessional Cycle and the evolution of human consciousness.
The circular shape of the Monument represents two astronomical theories concerning the Sun: the Geocentric theory of the Sun's apparent course and the Heliocentric theory. In depth discussion of both aspects of this Greek monument.
On Wednesday, June 24, 1998, at 7:16 p.m., EDT, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a joint NASA/ESA spacecraft, mysteriously went "off-line".
Astronomy: scientific, archaic, educational, and popular.
A part of the Rook family's project, integrating family history and genealogy into the broader context of culture, history, and place.
By John Major Jenkins, author of Maya Cosmogenesis 2012. A number of flaws in their book are highlighted.
Links to sites relevant to astroarchaeology, ethnoastronomy, sacred geometry, geomancy, Ley lines, Feng Shui, and earth mysteries.
Addresses the widespread use of astronomical symbols on medieval coins, with an introduction to the use of these symbols on ancient coins.
An alternative interpretation of the Nebra Sky Disc.
Shows how the Norse runes can be applied to star patterns in the Northern Sky and how it relates to the runes' meaning.
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