A possible implementation of Uriel machine (a description of its
can be found in the Book
72) can be seen below:
The blue windows are not literally in the text of the Book of Enoch,
but they are assumed by the authors.
Every portal is equivalent to the path of the sun during 30 or 31 days.
In principle the procedures to build this machine works everywhere in
world and it measures the declination of celestial bodies. Every window
is equivalent with 1° in declination (because the obliquity was
24° when it was written and according to the authors 24 windows
From the Book
of Enoch the months were 30 or 31 days, and thus twelve months in a
year (and 364 days per year).
Cuneiform script of Palaeo-Elamite has some resemblance with neolithic
The classification system for Transylvanian signs of Shan Winn has 5
Megalithic art at Skara Brae:
The form of the lozenge is dependent on the latitude where the the
art is located. The lozenge depicts the azimuth difference between
and winter solstice rise (or set).
A spiral stands for 3 months, so the triple (double!) spiral in
stands for 9 months, the human gestation period.
The passage and chamber of Newgrange resemble the female reproductive
Venus light is entering every eight years Newgrange and Maeshowe (Octaëteris
Robert Lomas has the concept of a virtual aperture (compare
Questions to authors
The derivation of the megalithic yard is in someway strange:
"for a brief moment it seemed to be far too short to be of any
then we remembered that Thom had doubled up the basic unit he had found
to make his megalithic yard appear close to a modern yard. ... So we
our length, and it came out to exactly 32.64 inch - a precise
yard." (C. Knight and R. Lomas ,
Thom did not double his basic unit, but he divided the found
unit (Megalithic Fathom) by two to get the
yard. See also my page on how the Megalithic Fathom could have
- Has there ever been found a building made after Uriel machine?
How is it possible to see a shadow of Venus every 8 years? Under ideal
circumstances one can see a very faint
but certainly near the Boyne Valley, so close to the rising sun and at
such a low apparent altitude, this seems not possible.
Venus is a morning star around winter solstice (page 281), how could
light enter Maeshowe around winter solstice sunset (page 414)?
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