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    Thumbs Up The Reconstructed Stone-Age Circle in Goseck Catches Sun's Rays!

    Goseck, Germany - A reconstructed 'temple of the sun' in Germany caught the morning rays of the sun through its eastern gate early Wednesday, just as it is believed to have done after it was built by a lost culture 6,800 years ago.

    Archaeologists say the 75-metre-diameter Goseck Circle, on a flat river plain in eastern Germany, was built to help Stone-Age priests discern the solstice, the point in the year when the days begin to become longer and farmers look forward to spring planting.
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    Re: Reconstructed Stone-Age circle in Germany catches sun's rays

    Indians did not need stone circles, they had their mathematics.

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    AW: Reconstructed Stone-Age circle in Germany catches sun's rays

    india has stone circles.
    NARTIANG

    Source: meghalaya.nic.in

    siehe auch www.bangalorenet.com


    more: http://www.khasi.ws/khasi_monoliths.htm

    i think there are more.

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    Re: Reconstructed Stone-Age circle in Germany catches sun's rays

    ODK, thanks for the information, I was not aware of that. As perhaps you know Khasis are a hill tribe in Meghalaya and migrants from South-East Asia, not main-land Indians. India has many sun temples (http://www.templenet.com/suntemple.html), many are constructed in such a way that rays of sun fall on the idol on particular days (I suppose Vernal Equinox). I would add the name of the Martand temple in Kashmir which the site has omitted.

    Konark Sun temple deserves a special mention, first it has explicit sex panels (the second couple from the right is looking at it), it is designed as a chariot which eight 12 feet stone wheels which along with all the walls of the temple are most beautifully carved. The most important thing about Konark is that the idol of Sun God was supposed to hang free in the sanctum sanctorum. It is hard to believe but folklore considers it to be true. They say that the stones in there were magnetic and the idol was of iron. Konark is one of the most beautiful temples of India.
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    Re: AW: Reconstructed Stone-Age circle in Germany catches sun's rays

    Quote Originally Posted by OD-Kraft View Post
    india has stone circles.
    NARTIANG

    Source: meghalaya.nic.in

    siehe auch www.bangalorenet.com


    more: http://www.khasi.ws/khasi_monoliths.htm

    i think there are more.

    ODK
    Thanks for posting that. I had no idea of the existence of stone circles in India.
    Interestingly most stone circles and standing stines date to around the time that Proto Indo-European branched off in to seperate language groups.
    Could this be taken as evidence or at least a pointer to a shared Proto Indo-European/Aryan culture and therefore a homogenous people?

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    Re: Reconstructed Stone-Age circle in Germany catches sun's rays

    Khasis are South-East Asians and migrants to India, not really Indo-European. But sun worship is not foreign to Hinduism. Just yesterday, Indian heart-land (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, our most populous states, together some 250 million people) celebrated the sun festival (women fasting for the day to pray for welfare of their men-folk, husbands and sons, and finishing it with worshipping the rising sun while standing in waist-deep water). However, there are no doubts about the Aryan heritage which lives and prospers only in Hinduism.
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