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  • Archaeoastronomy Pages
    Great collection of photography and papers by James Q. Jacobs.
  • Angular Chronology

    Photographs of Teotihuacan, Rano Raraku and Drombeg
    Copyright Clive Ruggles, University of Leicester.
  • Aeon: A Journal Of Myth & Science
    AEON is a journal of myth, science, and ancient history specializing in
    archaeoastronomy and.comparative mythology.
    The journal explores the evidence for global catastrophes and interplanetary
    upheaval in the recent past, seeking out the implications for the affected disciplines.
    Aeon is designed to encourage independent investigation, to speed up the process
    of communicating findings to others, and to foster a wider debate as to
    the interpretation of new data.
  • Ancient Egyptians and the Constellations
    A look at ancient relics showing that Egyptians mapped the constellations.
  • Center for Archaeoastronomy
    Advances research, education and public awareness of archaeoastronomy.
  • Calendar Convergence
    About 2000 A.D., several calendaric cycles
    from around the world end.... Interesting coincidence
    or is there more to it?
  •  Dogon Tribe 
    The Dogon people live in the Homburi Mountains near Timbuktu. At the center
    of their religious teachings is knowledge about a star that is invisible to the eye
    and so difficult to obsevrve -- even through a telescope -- that no photographs
    were taken of it until 1970. The Dogon say they received their knowledge by
    visitors to the earth from another star system.

  • This guide to the constellations contains comprehensive information about the
    planets, stars and constellations. It also provides links to a number of other useful astronomy resources. 
  • Stone Wheels and Dawn Stars Rising
    Details the astronomical significance of the Bighorn Medicine Wheel.
  • Search for Planet X
    Chronicles the modern astronomers' search for the tenth planet as compared
    to that of the Sumerians (also available under
  • 2012: Appointment With Marduk - Summary of Burak Eldem's book combining the "10th Planet's return" and the "Maya End Date 2012".
  • Adventures in Astro-Archaeology:Dance of the Gods - A research site for astronomical sources of world mythology and religions.
  • Age of Aquarius - Organized to establish an Aquarian Age Congress, to adopt new calendars for the Aquarian Age; to adopt new star maps that will return us to our calendrical roots, put us back in step with the rhythm of the natural world, and initiate the Aquarian Age in the year 2000.
  • Age of the Goddess - This article investigates the precession of the equinox in relation to the northern sky, the myths associated with Ursa Minor and Polaris, and the connection between Ursa Minor and the High Priestess card in the Tarot deck is examined.
  • An Easy Guide to Myths - Explains ancient myths based on astrological ideas.
  • Ancient Astronomers - Ancient astronomers studied the night sky, ancient artists painted magical animals on cave walls. Links to information on the subject.
  • Angkor Wat's Astronomical Basis - A comprehensive investigation into the astonomical alignments at Angkor Wat. Exploration of the religious and social impact of astronomy on the native population.
  • Archaeoastronomy Pages - Links to all ancient astronomy related articles by James Q. Jacobs. Covers many cultures. Includes a bibliography and photos.
  • Archaeoastronomy at Stonehenge Using Computer Methods - A theory which suggests Stonehenge was used to determine farming, fishing and hunting cycles based on the movements of celestial objects.
  • Archaeoastronomy in Eastern Liguria - Megalithism and shamanism on Caprione's promontory: recent studies. Lerici, Italy.
  • - Overview of archaeoastronomy. Includes maps, almanacs and video archive.
  • Archaeogeodesy, a Key to Prehistory - Archaeogeodesy encompasses prehistoric and ancient place determination, point positioning, navigation, astronomy, and measure and representation of the earth and geodynamic phenomena.
  • Archaeology, Astronautics and SETI Research Association - Official: includes information on astroarchaeology and extraterrestrials on earth; membership and contact information.
  • Astrocrud - Highlights of abuses of astronomy in archaeoastronomy.
  • Dogon Theory of Creation - The enigma of the Dogon tribe: knowing obscure astronomical facts before we had telescopes capable of learning of it.
  • Erection of the Holy Cross - The geometry of the astrophysical transition occurring now in Earth's 26,000 year precessional cycle; catalyzing a paradigm shift in human consciousness.
  • Heliocentric System and Precession of the Tholos of Epidavros - 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.
  • Oh My God, They Killed SOHO - 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".
  • Phaistos Disk/Maze of Daedalus - Phaistos Disk Decipherment shows Language of the Argos, a mariners language based on the movement of stars, star groups, and constellations. This language is derived from early nautical methods of keeping time and location while on the Aegean.
  • Philip C. Steffey, Ph.D. Astronomy - Astronomy: scientific, archaic, educational, and popular.
  • Planet X and the Sumarians - An alternative theory website containing information of many aspects of ancient astronaut research. The site is mainly important for the substantial amount of information on ancient Sumaria.
  • Prehistoric Northern Europe, from Stone to Iron - A part of the Rook family's project, integrating family history and genealogy into the broader context of culture, history, and place.
  • Review-Essay of Mayan Prophecies - By John Major Jenkins, author of Maya Cosmogenesis 2012. A number of flaws in their book are highlighted.
  • Ring of Brodgar, Stone Circle, Orkney - A beautifully detailed, photographic study of the Ring of Brodgar in Scotland, along with commentary by the photographer, archaeologically significant as one of the largest complete rings of standing stones in Britain.
  • Sacred Sites - Links to sites relevant to astroarchaeology, ethnoastronomy, sacred geometry, geomancy, Ley lines, Feng Shui, and earth mysteries.
  • Symbolic Messengers - Addresses the widespread use of astronomical symbols on medieval coins, with an introduction to the use of these symbols on ancient coins.
  • The Genesis Site - Mathematical proof that the Nebular Hypothesis is wrong.
  • The Mayan Prophecies - Overview of book by Adrian Gilbert and Maurice Cotterell, linkin sunspot cycles, Mayan myth, astrological tables, ancient Egypt and Atlantis.
  • The Nebra Sky Disc - An alternative interpretation of the Nebra Sky Disc.
  • The Runic Sky - Shows how the Norse runes can be applied to star patterns in the Northern Sky and how it relates to the runes' meaning.

Ancient Contact

  • A Link Between Chinese and American Cultures? - Suggests that the Olmecs on the Atlantic coastal plain of Mexico obtained writing and other cultural traits from Shang-dynasty China.
  • Annunaki Info - Pictures of Sumerian and Assyrian stone carvings interpreted as evidence of ancient visitors, the Annunaki.
  • Archaeological Outliers - Artifacts thought by some to suggest pre-Columbian contacts between the Old and New Worlds. J. Huston McCulloch presents photographs and commentary with references.
  • Australian Archaeological Anomalies Research - Val Osborn claim that a site at Freshwater Point on the Queensland coast was a Phoenecian settlement.
  • Mysteries of the Ancient High Cultures - Similarities in artifacts from ancient Old World and New World cultures.
  • Roman Head from Calixtlahuaca - A small terracotta head found in 1933 in a pre-Hispanic burial at Calixtlahuaca in the Toluca Valley has been identified by Bernard Andreae and others as Roman of circa 200 AD.
  • Tracing Human Wanderings - Parallels in broad plot and fine detail between a Greek myth and a Maori myth. Plus, a chemical explanation of how the Greek word Oreichalkos might have referred to a 'transparent fusible substance'.

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