The birdman cult and the egg.

After seeing a webarticle from Andrew Collins on, with his research on Gobleki Tepi here:
it made me think about something. 
If Gobleki Tepi focusses on Deneb, as per Andrew Collins diagram, it then is very obvious what the vulture stone next to the circle stone indicates. The vulture stone was never Cygnus, it is Vega.
That be LYRA (VULTURE cadens), Scorpio is also on that stone (and why they haven’t excavated that one properly beats me as one then can see the other constellations) What the vulture is holding as a circle is VEGA.
Diagram from Andrew Collins The position of the Vulture stone is of great significance.
The star reference and constellation usage of Gobleki Tepi is thus pretty obvious. The mysterious birdman, with its egg in hand is that region of the sky,  Lyra with VEGA.  Here in its beak.
So I would say Andrew Collins was looking the right direction, yet picked Cynus and Deneb instead of the real Vulture Lyra.
Not only is that of significance, as the same bird with “egg” in hand is clear in Easter island and Tucume (  as excavated by Thor Heyerdale and where he found “the bird and the egg motif”
The birdman is also seen in Tiuhanaco on the gate of the sun
One could argue that this wordly symbolism later transmuted in the double headed eagle man here seen in bactrian art, in that case vulture cadens and aquila combined. Ophiucius with heads Vulture Cadens and Aquila. The double headed eagle.
Bactrian boar ax head art (the boar is Lupus)
 And was basis for the later double headed eagle. Also the 1000 yrs old idol of Gandabherundaman can be derived from this place in the sky. The double headed bird man makes sense, as there are two eagles there, Vulture Cadens and Aquilla.
And the Sumerian Eagle man (again with bag) The mystery “bag” has always been a symbol for the arc of heavens. So what the bird is holding in its wing is the polestar VEGA. The fruit of the tree.
It is merely a later or different representation of the Gobleki Tepi Vulture stone.
And the double headed eagle of the freemasons and royalty.
This would make perfect sense since the US seal is derived from the Lyra Constellation as well. The US eagle is Vulture Cadens..
The Arrow Sagitta said to have killed of the Cyclops / Cyclopean civilization to which most of the megalithic constructions are attributed.
What does this mean.. That from easter island till Sumeria similar astronomy was found and that the birdman is the constellation Lyra with the very old polestar in its hand. It means that astronomy is that old and that the same birdman was known worldwide. That seems to far fetched for coincidence and might point to some form of cultural exchange.
Article by Stijn  van den Hoven 23-4-2018
Adition: 2018/10/16

The Vulture and the snake

The hypostyle hall of abu simbel features the nekbeth vulture on the ceilings. Its one of egypts oldest pre dynastic deities.

I wondered the relation of the vulture and snake to the later eagle and snake symbolism worldwide and believe those roots date from Egypt.


The cult of the vulture and horus the eagle merged as they where opposite cities on the nile.

Later this initial vulture became the symbol of the egyptian sundisk or sumerian eagle above the tree of life and the falcon Horus and later eagle, took the place of the vulture as skygod and representatation of the Pharao alone.

(white vulture) Nekheb Merged later with cult of Horus (nekhen) (white vulture) Nekhebit


El Kab and El Ahmar

In general, this area is called El Kab but it is really the two ancient cities of Nekheb El Kab on the east bank of the Nile River, nekheb and the older Nekhen, now known as Kom el Ahmar (the Red Mound) on the opposite bank.

Nekheb was the Greek city of Eileithyiapolis. (el Kab)
Nekhen, also called Kom el-Ahmar, which was the Greek city of Hieraconpolis (el Ahmar)

Both cities were religious centers that date from the pre-Dynastic period.


In some late texts of the Book of the Dead, Nekhbet is referred to as Father of Fathers, Mother of Mothers, who hath existed from the Beginning, and is Creatrix of this World. Nekhbet usually was depicted hovering, with her wings spread above the royal image, clutching a shen symbol (representing eternal encircling protection), frequently in her claws.[2] As patron of the pharaoh, she was sometimes seen to be the mother of the divine aspect of the pharaoh, and it was in this capacity that she was Mother of Mothers, and the Great White Cow of Nekheb. (unteresting relation of BIRD and COW, like later Zeus) . Massey, Gerald (2001), Ancient Egypt: the Light of the World, Adamant Media Corporation, ISBN 1-60206-086-X

The priestesses of Nekhbet were called muu (mothers) and wore robes of Egyptian vulture feathers.

It could be possible that the vulture was Vega as a vulture (or close altair for eagle) and the snake DRACO, two succesive polestar constellations at the time of the Egyptians.

I propose as a theory that this very snake and bird motif might be carried on in many other cultures as later gods and then transormed in the sun symbol and solar disk and the basis for later snake (dragon/crocodile) and bird symbology seen all over the world. Besides a poleconstellation and the relations to the US seal,  The bird constellations including Cygnus (zeus swan) , Lyra (vulture) and Aquila (eagle)  where part of the summer triangle.


Post and research by Stijn van den Hoven

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