Stijn van den Hoven

The Vedic origins of Greek ship design

In this short paper I propose that the Greek ship design was based on the Makara creature. A vedic “sea dragon” with a floral tail, as representation of the Milky way. The boat mimicked the creature in the night sky / sky sea. https://www.academia.edu/38288814/The_vedic_origin_of_Greek_ship_design See also my Makara paper here: https://www.academia.edu/34955818/The_Makara_a_clear_link_between_Meso_American_and_Asian_Vedic_cultures If you appreciate my …

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Researchers try to access Kukulkan pyramid cenote located under the pyramid.

Kukulkan Pyramid at Chichen itza Researchers from the Great Mayan Aquifer Project, led by underwater archaeologist Guillermo de Anda, made the discovery using advanced imaging techniques. They used ground penetrating lidar, a form of radar, to send electromagnetic signals through the walls and other architectural elements of the pyramid and its surroundings, to map the …

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The story of king Pakal and the red queen tomb discovery

Both are hidden graves in meso american pyramids. This suggests more pyramids in meso america might hold such burial chambers and treasure. King Pakal:Quote: “No one had been able to explain why a flagstone in the center of the temple’s floor had a number of holes drilled in it. Finally Ruz noticed that the walls …

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The possible second entrance to the Menkaure pyramid

This paper is a thesis to a possible second passage entrance to the Menkaure pyramid on the east side of the pyramid based on observation of the casing stone finishes and the placement of this surface in relation to the mortuary temple. Free to read online or download here: https://www.academia.edu/38693408/The_possible_second_entrance_to_the_Menkaure_pyramid This was published on 2 …

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The holy grail, symbol of the union of male and female.

One of my favorite temples is the one in Java, Candi Sukuh. This because of the Mayan style pyramid and also because of the visual representation of yoni and lingam. Something that is more stylized in Indian temples. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukuh Mostly they are called Shiva lingams, even if the yoni part clearly sits under it. The …

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The Tumulus and the Remus – Elpenore

Source: http://www.circei.it/tumulo-e-remo.html?fbclid=IwAR1XDS4U3xxbyaeou7SX9q2JHkbJSWj-W7LiLuQmEK7yEnUUnC3SPIDJEWk   Written by Carlo Gallone  Elpenore – One of Odysseus’ companions who were transformed by Circe into pigs. Resumed human form, the night before the departure, Elpenore fell asleep on the roof of the building. Getting up to the call of Odysseus, he moved, forgot where he was, and crashed, breaking his neck (Odyssey, X, 550 …

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Ancient Egyptian stonework tools and methods

Article mirrored in full to preserve knowledge as shown as ‘outdated’ (2002) on original source. All credit and copyright to original writer Archae Solenhofen Source original article:  http://www.oocities.org/unforbidden_geology/ancient_egyptian_copper_coring_drills.html?fbclid=IwAR2O72JNJvZGzohgtJePRUeQT_sEieqV1729oZVvQpcLo31GZTbgS1dcgT8————————- Ancient Egyptian Stoneworking Tools and Methods Archae Solenhofen (solenhofen@hotmail.com) Last modified  December 10, 2002   Copper coring drills Large diameter copper tubes (as well as being made of …

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