The Purpose of Stonehenge – First Things First

What is Stonehenge?

Fig 1: Stonehenge in England is believed to be a sort of calender. Is that true? And how did it work?

Most people are well aware of Stonehenge. You know, the circular arrangement of rocks in England that seems to have no clear purpose.

Every year people leave for Stonehenge to witness the sunrise at Summer or Winter solstice.

Why are they doing this?

Because they believe this was the main purpose of the monument – to verify and celebrate the longest and shortest days of the year.

Wishful Thinking

It’s a fact that a circular array of many stones, when the Sun shines through them, will always produce many effects, which can be easily mistaken for the “truth”. People are much easier mislead by their own preoccupation than they’re lead to the Truth.

Another fact is that when you know when the longest day occurs, you will look for patterns that will gratify your believes about the monument. Most people are lead by wishful thinking.

Many Things Are Said About Stonehenge

It is said that Stonehenge’s building process took several hundreds of years. It is also said it was built during the so called “Neolithic period”. Some of the stones are so tall that everyone still wonders how they were transported, because it is believed they had no wheels.

It is also said there were no labor forces for such an undertaking because they had to hunt, scavenge, and prepare food almost continuous for their survival. Why would they built something as outrageous as Stonehenge when there were insufficient human resources? Let alone no wheels?

Historians and archaeologists are more guided by their minuscule paradigm than by pure science.

It is also said that the bluestones, the stones in the inner horseshoe shape, have been withdrawn from a quarry in Wales, some 160 miles (240 km) away. The purpose of the monument must have been something magnificent, since they’ve put so much effort in building it. But what is it?

If it ain’t logical, it probably ain’t true.

-Mario Buildreps

The Purpose of Stonehenge?

What was the purpose of Stonehenge? Well, that’s finally been solved with a complete new mathematical theory.

There are some official theories which could be partially correct. It is believed Stonehenge could be:

  • a calender,
  • a sacred cemetery,
  • a sound illusion,
  • bells.

Stonehenge has exceptionally sound qualities. Sounds which are produced in the center or at the altar result in amazing complicated interference patterns. Meaning at some points the sound dies out and at some points the sound is amplified.

But the premier purpose of Stonehenge is that of a calender. A very ancient calender. I will show how it was used. It will be solved in several steps throughout a series of articles. So, buckle up!

Ice Ages Were Earth Crust Displacements

First, you need to know more about Earth’s true history: the Earth knew 4 latitudinal crustal displacements over the last 340,000 years. Science has called these events glaciation cycles. The crustal displacements are proven for the full 100% with a new mathematical method called the Holistic Orientation Based Dating Method.

The method proves via the orientation of ancient structures around the world, which is a very powerful mathematical signal, how ancient structures and crustal displacements are entangled. The theory might be difficult for most people but it reveals without a doubt the full truth of our ancient history in relation to the Earth.

Fig 2: This animation shows how the crust has moved over the last 340,000 years. A geographical pole (not magnetic!) is the ONLY transcendent cosmic feature wherever you are on the Earth. The crust is displaced latitudinally over an angled of 38 degrees. Ancient structures show us the way to something that geologists aren’t even aware of. They measured it as “glaciation cycles”. The growing size of the “red dot” is due to the deformation of the crust because of the massive displacements.

Step 1 – The Symmetry Axis of Stonehenge

Fig 3: Stonehenge has only one symmetry axis. This axis is of great importance. Symmetry is the only way to make the instrument usable.

Stonehenge is only symmetrical along one specific axis (fig 3). Symmetry is of importance when you want to use any kind of building as an instrument.

Why is that?

Because if symmetry is not introduced into such an instrument, there’s an extra variable in the readings of the measurements. Extra variables make the measurements and interpretations suddenly horrifically difficult to solve, if not impossible. Ask any graduated engineer or scientist. They will all agree.

If Stonehenge would be a calender of some kind, than it had to be symmetrical in regard to the cardinals, which is either North-South or East-West. The direction in which it is symmetrical will decide its ultimate use.

Here’s our first problem. There’s no way to match the symmetry axis onto our current geographic pole or to any of the current cardinals East-West or North-South.

What happens when we examine the symmetry axis to one of the other ancient geographic poles?

Step 2 – Debunking the Myths Spread by Empiricists and Materialists

Fig 4: Stonehenge’s symmetry axis was originally aligned to the Equinox. It was built between 240,000 and 270,000 years ago, with a certainty of 80%.

The symmetry axis of Stonehenge is rotated under an angle of 50° in regard to our current geo North pole.

The angle of the Summer solstice of the specific latitude where Stonehenge is situated is 39.4°. That is the angle between true East and where the Sun rises at Summer or Winter solstice.

Because the symmetry axis of Stonehenge is almost aligned towards the Summer solstice, the puzzle seemed to be solved already long time ago.

But is that true? Since no one still knows how Stonehenge was used shows how big the mistakes might be in interpreting the monument.

The only missing piece of the puzzle was believed to be the glitch between 39.4 and 40. Because this would result in errors too big to measure the solstices accurately. To determine a solstice, at the day accurately with a stone arrangement, requires an eerie precise alignment. A deviation of just 0.6° results in an uncertainty of 12 days. That’s because the closer to a solstice the slower the Sun shifts. The Sun shifts fastest at the Equinox. The math behind this is much too complicated for the average reader, that’s why it’s not explained any further.

To measure the solstice in the case of Stonehenge within ±3 days accurately requires an accuracy of just 0.1° of the monument towards the solstice event. To measure it within one day accurately requires an accuracy of less than 0.05°.

Empiricism Versus Mathematics

Fig 5: The relation between Stonehenge’s solstice angle and the tilt of Earth’s spin axis.

Some archaeologists believed to have found the reason for this glitch. If Stonehenge was built some 5,000 years ago, the tilt angle of the Earth was at a slightly higher angle (24.0°) than today, which resulted in another solstice angle, by which the ‘experts’ believed it would close the gap.

But is that so? The facts are pointing to the contrary. The error remains but now in the other direction. Are archaeologist bad mathematicians? It appears so.

A tilt angle of 24.0° resulted in a Summer solstice angle of 40.5°. That would make the instrument, at the time it was built, as inaccurate as it is today. It would still be 0.5° off, but in the other direction. Quite a large deviation, which equals an uncertainty of 10 days in determining the solstice.

There’s not a single fact supporting the idea that the original symmetry axis of Stonehenge was really oriented towards the Summer solstice. That Stonehenge’s orientation angle comes close to the Summer solstice seems to be a play of mother Nature.

Fig 6: The angles of Stonehenge’s Summer and Winter solstices do NOT match with the orientation of the monument. At the time it was built that deviation was similar as it is today but on the opposite side. This deviation shows that it is one the greatest misunderstandings of this monument. The current tilt of the Earth is 23.44 degrees.

Step 3 – The Only Matching Time Frame For Stonehenge

Therefore we can easily posit the idea that the alleged alignment of the symmetry axis towards the Summer solstice is one of the biggest misunderstandings of the monument. Stonehenge’s orientation though is correlating with one of the former proven geographic poles, pole IV. There’s about 20% for this occurrence to be coincidental. We can posit the claim with 80% certainty that Stonehenge’s symmetry axis was aligned to the Equinox, true East-West.

But that likelihood is still outmatched by its current, almost matching orientation to the Summer solstice. Since that orientation does not seem to make the monument work, we can investigate other options, that it once might have been oriented to pole IV. But that makes the monument suddenly astounding ancient, between 240,000 and 270,000 years ago. If that outrageous idea will make the monument work, how are the odds that the claim is actually true?

Impossible you think? Wait until you see part 2. In the next series we will show what the consequences are for Stonehenge as a calender when we continue to construct on this outrageous claim. You will know who is right and who is wrong.


© 2017 by Mario Buildreps

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