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comparison of Stonehenge UK to Sacsayhuaman calendar Peru

I have been greatly puzzled by the 5 pathways (inner circle) at Sacsayhuaman, it being a supposed calendar. could not figure what the 5 would be except in Mayan day counting system.

sacsay calendar and stonehenge as was pointed out to me both (JD Jeffrey) have an inner horseshoe of 5. also outer circles of columns with lintels forming a circle of different total columns 12 pairs Sacsayhuaman and 30 total/15 pairs of columns Stonehenge

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USOKS Knob (on stonework) as a Global Language Theory

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Randy Simons’ observations

thanks cecelia..one more word i found baqa..beth qoph ayin..to cleave to split..when i have time i will add it to the picture..i hope someone could use this info in their research..to cleave asunder..to divide..the comet divided the roof of the earth.
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shang-candelabro

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Unusual ANKHs

This is something that I created after  googling for Ankh constellations. 

ankhs-pm

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Cygnus-Belly Dance possible connection

I wonder IF ancient belly dancing has to do with astronomy information. It’s origin is hotly debated and clouded. ie. folk dances, related to childbirth, religious fertility rites, from India.

Crescent Nebula in Cygnus has two shock waves, one moving inward and one moving outward. Most of the star names in constellations (the bigger ones) are Arabic. Cygnus is “the HEN” in Arabic. One comment on belly dancer’s movements was related to birds, ie Dancer’s energy is lifted, light, like a beautiful bird preparing to take flight Interestingly, Swan in Sanskrit is Hamsa.

I would appreciate your “what do you think” comments.cygnus-belly-dance-pm

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