megalith in Ireland
Creevykeel in Sligo, Ireland represents Virgo
in the ancient astronomical survey system in Ireland.
It is regarded by almost all who go there to be a splendid and
breathtaking sight for the primeval majesty of this so-called "court
tomb" - more correctly called a "court circle planisphere".
The entire court circle with decipherment of the largest stones
is shown above. A good number of small stones also have figures
drawn on them - and, originally - represented stars of smaller magnitude,
but it is difficult to say for sure what is original among these stones.
The ancients did everything by intent at these sites.
There were no superfluous stones originally.
Creevykeel has one of the finest megaliths in all of Ireland,
deciphered here as representing Boötes. Harvard did research on
this site in 1935 and determined that Creevykeel is one of the
oldest sites in Ireland, yet the megalithic figure of Boötes is so
breathtakingly modern as to almost broadcast the coming of modern
man and woman - and in this case, it is a woman, in regal dress,
with a fur of Draco tossed over her shoulder.
Make sure to look at the photos online which are referred to in the
drawings. Creevykeel is a site you will never forget - for you will never
look at Neolithic mankind the same again.
The connection to Virgo is also found at the extensive site Carrowmore
which is allegedly the burial place for Queen Maeve,
on the cairn atop the mountain of Knocknaree,
Queen Maeve, as the legendary ancestor of the Celts, is surely Virgo,
known in Anglo-Saxon as Maiden and in Latin as Minerva.
Cairn G of the site Carrowkeel in Sligo, Ireland
is an astronomical masterpiece of calculation,
with the sun shining over the doorway at the Summer Solstice,
then being reflected back by a shiny mica wall to the portal stone,
which has a vertical slit in it through which the reflected sunlight passes.
As we have discovered, the figures carved on the portal megalith stone of Cairn G
permit calculation of the date of this Summer Sostice to June 25, 2430 BC
at which time there was a solar eclipse
and the line of the Solstices ran from Deneb in Cygnus,
through the North Ecliptic Pole, the North Celestial Pole
and along the side of the left cup stars of Ursa Major, i.e. the Big Dipper..
This is precisely the line shown by the portal stone in the drawing above.
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