Sun, Moon & Stonehenge: High Culture in Ancient Britain

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Bluestone Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Archaeoastronomy - 239 pages
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How did the builders of Stonehenge predict eclipses to within a minute of accuracy? Why did they bring stones all the way from West Wales? Why does the Bible contain a story which is the solution to marriage of the Sun and Moon, a geometrical solution to a calendric and astronomical paradox? Why did the old testament prophet Enoch take observations of the Sun from the latitude of Stonehenge? Why did Jesus die at 33? Beautifully illustrated and concise with original artwork and extensive research and appendices, nothing like this book has appeared for a very long time.

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Chapter Two Calendars of Stone
Chapter Three The Stonehenge Solilunar Calendar
Chapter Five The Lunation Triangle

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About the author (1998)

Previously Head of Department of Coleg Ceredigion, Robin Heath has a science degree and was previously a research and development engineer in the electronics industry, prior to a 15 year career as Senior Lecturer in Mathematics and Engineering. Now an internationally published author on the subject of ancient science, he is well known and widely respected on the UK lecture circuit and has recently been awarded an Honorary Research Fellowship within the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Wales, Lampeter. An active researcher, the author also undertakes weekend site instruction in archaeoastronomy for Sky & Landscape, and has been consultant for several television documentaries and to Ouroboros Educational Trust. Other details are available at

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