It seems to us the veil has been lifted from many secrets owing to the recently published series of resonant articles Star. The Golden Ratio. We started to search for clues to puzzles and decided to follow a natural and gradual way, not jumping over steps, but going like a child: step one, step two, step three... collecting and referring to interesting facts and building hypotheses. Today we shall make our first step on which we’ll elucidate information about the five points of the Star “drawn” (see map below) in the final article of the aforesaid series, entitled A new look at an old design. Jim Alison’s lines, and this is from where we will depart. This is our first hypothesis-drawing attempt, and nobody knows what we’ll eventually arrive at. We kindly invite everyone to join discussions and share opinions. Perhaps, our joint efforts will take us somewhere. As a matter of fact, joint efforts is our great advantage, so let’s delve into the subject together in order to prevent any possible attempts to claim ownership of information and hypotheses presented herein.
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For the first time I heard about dolmens four years ago when a friend of mine came back from Anapa, where he had spent vacation at his parents’ house, and brought me a little souvenir – a box made of flat pebbles with a round aperture on one side. After his brief story I got an impression that in the past such structures had been used in a totally different way than people think nowadays (at that time I was not yet familiar with the wonderful books by Anastasia Novykh). Time went by, and my second “meeting” with dolmens took place when I was reading Ezoosmos. Visually I could already imagine how dolmens looked. I wanted to study the issue at length, but thousands of reasons interfered as usual and prevented me from looking into it. Hopefully, now by common efforts we will be able to maintain a more or less appropriate introductory material.
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Continued from Part 1 (read here)
How dolmens were built
As usual, there are numerous hypotheses, beginning with extraterrestrial and up to simple ones.
- The most widespread way to build dolmens was probably the following. An artificial mound was made, into which they dug vertical stones (one or several). Then they dragged another stone up the mound slope and placed it on stone pillars, and such stone served as a vertical partition. Thereafter they gradually demolished the mound, and the finished dolmen remained.
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