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The Alphabet & the Origins of Writing


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shows that modern alphabets are based on ancient alphabets rooted in syllabic scripts of the ancient world (Sumer, Egypt, Iran, Anatolia, Crete, Cyprus)






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AVEBURY 7 HYDRA STONE
Hydra - See the figure inside?


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The Legend of King Arthur

The Prehistoric Survey


This is one possible -- speculative -- way
of looking at the legend of King Arthur,
i.e. as a much older myth than currently assumed,
and having the astronomical sphere as its arena.

There is virtually no way to prove this to be true,
but the legend lends itself
to astronomical interpretation.

KING ARTHUR and the relation to GEODETIC URVEY


The Name King ARTHUR
is probably rooted in an Indo-European term found
in Hindi ARTI and Sanskrit ARATRIKA,
signifying rites of honor for men or gods;
celebrated by circling a lighted lamp (fire) three times
in a clockwise direction
with protection given
"by the deities of the directions of the compass".
See the Encylcopaedia Britannica under "arti".

This ancient feast is similar to the "3-times around" feast
of the early
Pharaohs of Egypt
and the thrice-around "threshing feast"
of the Indo-European Latvians in the
Dainas:

In the Latvian "rotala games" [ROT-ala = ARIT]
(Dainas, Vol. 11, p. 546)
"rot-ational games" relating to the Sun, Moon [and Pleiades]
the participants stand in a line and chase each other thrice around
in a circle [just as in the feast of Narmer, first king of Egypt,
see p. 19, Clayton's
Chronicle of the Pharaohs, German version]
the leader carrying a stick with a braided cloth end [torch?] or
live blossoms on it trying to catch up to the last person in the round."

If ARTHUR relates to a feast of the deities

of the directions of the compass,
then King Arthur´s Twelve Knights

were 12 divisions of the heavens,
perhaps also marked hermetically on a map of the Earth.

Can we find the MID-POINT of such a circle on Great Britain,
as would it correspond to the Heavens?

Let us take the official British Ordnance Survey historical map
and guide of
Ancient Britain, on which we find "Peddars Way",
lines possibly of an outer circumference of a circle.

Where would the "mid-point" of that circle be??


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CARNAC, FRANCE
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Studying Ancient Britain
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