I am fond of stars, and you? I wouldn’t be mistaken if I say everyone drew a star at least once in their lifetime. Of course, it’s more characteristic for children who draw spaceships flying towards stars or the night sky with stars and the moon; draw a Christmas tree with a star on its top, or their grandfather who passed the war with a star on his chest. Numerous examples can be made of how stars are depicted in children’s art. And adults, I think, draw stars from time to time, why not?
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This is the final part of the Star. The Golden Ratio series. Here I will consider the works by Jim Alison on the patterns of cult sites placement on our planet. “A new look at an old design”: this is, so to say, an updated view of the ley line theory initially developed by Alfred Watkins, which I wrote about in Part 3. However, taking into account which exactly cult sites Alison considers, this is indeed another look at a very old design that, I believe, relates to the “Star Map”. I shall endeavour to simplify the material a little bit by abridging the contents, excluding tables and some calculations. Visual materials that remain are quite easy to understand. As for those who’d like to familiarize themselves with Alison’s works at great length, the original information in English may be found on the official website of Graham Hancock – the author whom you already know very well from my earlier articles The revealed secrets of Angkor and Giza plateau – the pendulum of Orion and Draco. Apocalypse now? and New evidence of the probable global disaster.
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