By Donald McMahon
In this seminal archaeoastronomy textual content, symbologist Donald J. McMahon unveils spectacular revelations concerning the nature of the invaders of eire and the scope of seafaring exchange within the historic world.
Combining his services in symbology with a keenness for arithmetic and geometry, a fascination with crusing and celestial navigation, and a life of adventure operating in steel processing and uncooked fabric administration, McMahon is uniquely certified to acknowledge visible and cultural styles that experience remained undiscovered for 5 thousand years.
In painstaking element, the ebook facilities at the curbstones and lumps of eire, interpreting the questions of what, the place, who, why, and the way historic seafarers got here and went from the Emerald Isle. It is going extra, pursuing Ireland’s dating to the advance of the nice dynasties of the Nile Valley and their desire for metals, fairly gold and copper.
McMahon will pay tribute to the achievements of old peoples who seemed to the celestial our bodies to chart their international. Replete with figures and diagrams, the ebook illustrates how the Egyptian ankh, pillar, and employees have been truly navigational tools, how megalithic structures served as maps, and the way the enigmatic Irish symbols contained tightly held exchange secrets.
This groundbreaking paintings opens new doorways within the worlds of antiquarianism, archaeology, and cultural anthropology.
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A Seafarer's Decoding of the Irish Symbols: The Oldest Testament: 3200 BCE to 2500 BCE by Donald McMahon