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Boom! A Cosmic Impact On Our History?
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The paradigm is in full shift right now.

I thought this thread would take half a decade to start seeing results.




Prehistoric cave art reveals ancient use of complex astronomy
November 27, 2018, University of Edinburgh

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Some of the world's oldest cave paintings have revealed how ancient people had relatively advanced knowledge of astronomy. Animal symbols represent star constellations in the night sky, and are used to mark dates and events such as comet strikes, analysis from the University of Edinburgh suggests. Credit: Alistair Coombs
Some of the world's oldest cave paintings have revealed how ancient people had relatively advanced knowledge of astronomy.




The artworks, at sites across Europe, are not simply depictions of wild animals, as was previously thought. Instead, the animal symbols represent star constellations in the night sky, and are used to represent dates and mark events such as comet strikes, analysis suggests.

They reveal that, perhaps as far back as 40,000 years ago, humans kept track of timeusing knowledge of how the position of the stars slowly changes over thousands of years.

The findings suggest that ancient people understood an effect caused by the gradual shift of Earth's rotational axis. Discovery of this phenomenon, called precession of the equinoxes, was previously credited to the ancient Greeks.

Around the time that Neanderthals became extinct, and perhaps before mankind settled in Western Europe, people could define dates to within 250 years, the study shows.

The findings indicate that the astronomical insights of ancient people were far greater than previously believed. Their knowledge may have aided navigation of the open seas, with implications for our understanding of prehistoric human migration.

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Some of the world's oldest art has revealed how ancient people had relatively advanced knowledge of astronomy. Animal symbols, such as those used at Gobekli Tepe in modern day Turkey, represent star constellations in the night sky, and are …more
Researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Kent studied details of Palaeolithic and Neolithic art featuring animal symbols at sites in Turkey, Spain, France and Germany.

They found all the sites used the same method of date-keeping based on sophisticated astronomy, even though the art was separated in time by tens of thousands of years.

Researchers clarified earlier findings from a study of stone carvings at one of these sites—Gobekli Tepe in modern-day Turkey—which is interpreted as a memorial to a devastating comet strike around 11,000 BC. This strike was thought to have initiated a mini ice-age known as the Younger Dryas period.

They also decoded what is probably the best known ancient artwork—the Lascaux Shaft Scene in France. The work, which features a dying man and several animals, may commemorate another comet strike around 15,200 BC, researchers suggest.

The team confirmed their findings by comparing the age of many examples of cave art—known from chemically dating the paints used—with the positions of stars in ancient times as predicted by sophisticated software.

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Some of the world's oldest art has revealed how ancient people had relatively advanced knowledge of astronomy. Animal symbols, such as the Lion-Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel Cave, represent star constellations in the night sky, and are used to mark dates and events such as comet strikes, analysis from the University of Edinburgh suggests. Credit: Oleg Kuchar Museum Ulm, Germany
The world's oldest sculpture, the Lion-Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel Cave, from 38,000 BC, was also found to conform to this ancient time-keeping system.

This study was published in Athens Journal of History.

Dr. Martin Sweatman, of the University of Edinburgh's School of Engineering, who led the study, said: "Early cave art shows that people had advanced knowledge of the night sky within the last ice age. Intellectually, they were hardly any different to us today.

"These findings support a theory of multiple comet impacts over the course of human development, and will probably revolutionise how prehistoric populations are seen."

[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Ancient stone pillars offer clues of comet strike that changed human history

Provided by: University of Edinburgh


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-11-prehistori...t.html#jCp










God didn't stone them to death. Naughty



Good Skywatchers selected to only inform an elect group about the impending disaster.

They saw it approaching...calculated itz course and then messengers warned the wholesome and virtuous to leave fast and don't look back.



The good wheat separated out   Sheep  The wicked chaff never got the memo.



  



at the 10:00 mark in this video you can see how effective these sky-watchers were>>>

Every empire or kingdom had their savants recording the celestial sphere.



In ancient Nineveh they even "clocked it like radar" as it crossed the sky in ~4 and a half minutes



Watch @ 10:00 mark on video where they detail a planisphere in possession of the British Museum.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66QAnQXgVnU




and don't forget about the other eyes on the skies elsewhere and elsewhen 



I posted about here>>>





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Friday, November 16th, 2018, 12:43 am (This post was last modified: Friday, November 16th, 2018, 12:58 am by EA.)

Stairs Ramps Sleds Ropes Poles and Pulleys...

Sum-one watched the skies
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The Slaves probably had no clue why they were making man made mountains.  [Image: doh.gif] 

Ancient Egyptians discovered Algol's variability 3,000 years before western astronomers

November 12, 2018, De Gruyter



Sodom and Gomorrah are irrelevant after the post from physorg.

Just another place that took a hit like the people injured in Chelyabinsk Russia.
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-11-prehistori...t.html#jCp



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Prehistoric cave art reveals ancient use of complex astronomy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
November 27, 2018, University of Edinburgh
Some of the world's oldest cave paintings have revealed how ancient people had relatively advanced knowledge of astronomy. Animal symbols represent star constellations in the night sky, and are used to mark dates and events such as comet strikes, analysis from the University of Edinburgh suggests. Credit: Alistair Coombs


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-11-prehistori...t.html#jCp



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