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The Bru-na-Boyne device: tomb or observatory?
The Bru-na-Boyne device: tomb or observatory?
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Brú na Bóinne (Irl. Brú na Bóinne) is a megalithic mound complex in Ireland, located 40 km north of Dublin. It covers an area of ​​10 sq. km, and it is surrounded on three sides by the Boyne River, which makes a large loop here.

Thirty-seven small burial mounds, together with three menhir rings, surround three huge tombs - Newgrange, Dauth and Naut. All of them belong to the type of so-called corridor tombs: a long, narrow corridor made of massive stone blocks leads to the chamber located under the embankment. These buildings, along with Stonehenge, are today the largest and most notable monuments of megalithic art in Europe.

Here you can observe various variants of corridor tombs: some with a simple chamber, others with a cruciform. Kairn-type corridor tombs often have roofs with cornices instead of the usual stone slabs. The directions of laying the corridors are very diverse, although for some reason the case is especially highlighted when the sun shines through the corridor on the day of the winter solstice.

The corridor tombs of Newgrange, Naut and Daut are widely known for megalithic rock paintings: indeed, in the mound of Naut there is a quarter of all known megalithic paintings in Europe. Some of the boulders within Newgrange, as well as the curbstones, are decorated with spiral patterns, cupped and circular marks carved on the back.

By whom and when were these “pyramids” built? Scientists today believe that their age is about 5 thousand years. That they were built in the Neolithic era, when the first farmers settled in the Boyne Valley. And that these people were skilled builders and astronomers, that they were well organized and, apparently, lived in peace, since for centuries no one prevented them from building these giant tombs. Researchers even estimate that it took the ancient inhabitants of the Boyne Valley at least fifty years to build one such tomb as Newgrange. But the trouble is - they did not leave behind any written evidence, and we cannot say anything about the structure of their society - suddenly they had some authoritarian leaders, or they lived “in the rule of the people” and had a high degree of self-organization; or maybe they had matriarchy, or perhaps there was complete equality. Some researchers believe that they used slave labor to build tombs, while others believe that the "Irish pyramids" were created by the hands of free people. Be that as it may, the general scientific opinion is that already by 2750-2250 BC. the inhabitants of the Boyne Valley managed to finish the construction of these famous buildings.

1993 UNESCO recognized Newgrange and the Naut and Dauth corridor tombs as World Heritage Sites of immense cultural and historical importance.

Newgrange (N 53 ° 41, 617 and W 006 ° 28, 550)- the most noticeable of the three indicated, a mound with a height of 13.5 m and a diameter of 85 m. It is surrounded by a cromlech made up of 38 stones from 1.5 to 2.5 m in height, of which only 12 have survived to this day. made of layers of stones and peat and was surrounded by a retaining wall - a kerb of 97 vertically standing stones. The corridor (19 m) leads to a three-petalled burial chamber, the basis of which is made up of vertically placed stone monoliths of impressive weight (from 20 to 40 tons).

The corridor is oriented southeast, exactly where the sun rises on the winter solstice. Above the entrance there is an opening - a window 20 cm wide, through which for several days (from 19 to 23 December), the rays of the rising Sun for 15 - 20 minutes. penetrate into the interior of the mound.

A stepped vault is laid above the burial chamber, which forms a six-meter-high hexagonal shaft tapering upward.A large ritual bowl was found inside the burial chamber, and niches decorated with stone carvings were punched in the walls. In addition, all the stones of the outer walls, as well as the walls of the corridor and the burial chamber, are covered with an ornament consisting of zigzag lines, triangles, concentric circles, but the most common image of a triple spiral is the famous triskelion. And so far no one has been able to interpret their meaning.

Naut (N 53 ° 42, 124 and W 006 ° 29, 460) - the second largest of the corridor mounds in the Brun-na-Boyne complex. It consists of one large mound, which is surrounded by 127 curb stones along the perimeter, and 17 smaller satellite mounds. The main mound has two corridors running from east to west. The corridors are not connected to each other, each of them leads to its own cell. The east corridor is connected to a cruciform room similar to the cell in Newgrange. It has three niches and stones with recesses.

The niche on the right, in comparison with the others, is larger in size and more elegantly decorated with images of megalithic art.

The western corridor ends in a rectangular chamber, separated from the corridor itself by a stone lintel.

West entrance

East corridor

East entrance

Let us give a brief description of some of the Naut mounds-satellites.

Sputnik Kurgan No. 2

Kurgan number 2 has a fairly solid size - it is as much as 22 m in diameter. Its entrance is oriented to the north-east, the length of the passage is about 13 m, and the chamber has a cruciform shape.

Satellite number 12

This small mound (about 15 m in diameter) is located northwest of Nauta. Six of the companion's curbstones were found on the pristine surface of the earth - in their original position, and five more - were discovered during excavations. Like all other mounds - large and small, this satellite mound has a passage (7 m) and a chamber (2.5 m).

Satellite number 13

This mound was about 13 m in diameter, and its perimeter was lined with 31 curbstones. A 6 m long mound passage leads into a bottle-shaped chamber and is oriented approximately in azimuth at 165 degrees.

Satellite number 15

It is the largest satellite of Naut, measuring about 23 m in diameter. The mound is located northeast of Nauta, 10 m from its shoulder. 26 curbstones were found, 19 of which are in their original position, which is probably about half the original amount of stones in the entire curb. Has a standard passage (southwest orientation) and a 3-petal-shaped camera.

Dauth (N 53 ° 42, 228 and W 006 ° 27, 027), English Dowth is one of the archaeological tombs that make up the Brun-na-Boyne megalithic complex. The mound is similar in size to Newgrange, measuring about 85 m in diameter and 15 m in height, and is lined with 100 stones, some of which have cave paintings.

Daut's North Corridor (8m long) is unusually complex and leads to a large oval depression in the central chamber that collects water, creating an unusual and rather eerie atmosphere for visitors.

The chamber is cruciform in plan, with three niches. The continuation of the right niche is a short passage that turns to the right, and then into a dead end. The other branch is small, cramped and rather awkward for visitors, and has a very unusual configuration like no other Irish mound.

The southern corridor of Daut is rather short, it leads into a circular room, about 5 m in diameter, with an oddly shaped niche on the right.

Around Daut there are several small mounds, its satellites - all that has saved time. Once around it was installed and the now absent palisade of stone cromlech, and the characteristic traces indicate a number of lost mounds, whose materials were used in human economic activities.

Bru-na-Boyne - what is it: a tomb or an observatory?

Truth is multifaceted. And only generalized knowledge about the subject, linking contradictory truths together, creates a correct idea of ​​the phenomenon, and moreover - a larger one than knowledge about something separate and particular.

For example, today's science claims that all megalithic structures in Ireland (see named points on the map) are either burials or astronomical objects. And there is no point in proving to these researchers that the “capacity” of burial mounds, even in comparison with modern cemeteries, is simply scanty: in each mound there are no more than a dozen burials, or rather, burnings. And now let's just compare the specific indicators: how much earthwork needs to be done per burial of one person?

For reference: the same researchers calculated that the construction of just one Newgrange-type mound would take up to 50 years of manual labor.

So, the logic of this example shows: people will never erect in a multitude of such mounds, the direct function of which would include only the burial of their compatriots.

The second example is astronomical. Well, where has it been seen that at every step of a small island astronomical observatories were built one after another? Moreover - observatories of the simplest type, designed all the time only to determine 4 points of the year: 2 - solstices and 2 - equinoxes? Imagine, for example, medieval Russia, and in it - in every region - all men are simply obsessed with this very astronomy! They do not sleep, but - they see how else to find some significant object in the sky! But we will not reproach them for such stupidity, say that, they say, there are more important things to do, no!

Let us not consider the indicated opinions of modern archaeologists and historians to be nonsense. Truth is multifaceted: after all, they find burials in the mounds, after all, a sunbeam falls inside the Newgrange mound on the winter solstice, after all, a lottery is arranged at the suggestion of these researchers to contemplate the said light effect?

So, do not make fun of them - thank! Thanks for the fact that they, even without realizing it, showed other followers the negative results of their path.

And most importantly: even if these researchers could not find the functional purpose of these and similar megalithic structures, even if they tried to ascribe to people deeds that they did not perform - their services to Humanity are still invaluable! After all, a tremendous amount of work has been done on the excavation of historical monuments, their systematization and documentation. And without this bulk of nondescript works, all subsequent researchers have nothing to do! And we must all - bow down to them at the lowest!

As for the construction of megaliths, the colossal amount of work that had to be done both here in Ireland and in other well-known areas of clusters of similar monuments, it is understandable - people cannot afford such work! At that time only “gods”, alien beings could do this kind of work!

But, and among them there were no thoughtless individuals who were ready just like that, without a good reason to engage in such construction. This apparently small community of creatures, also armed with exotic-advanced technology, must have a very, very good reason. And it’s not just the reason that forced them to cover the entire Eurasian area of ​​the Earth with megalithic structures, no, it must be such a vital necessity that, if not fulfilled, you open for yourself a direct path into oblivion. So compare, dear reader, do the versions of our “researchers” - the cemetery and astronomical ones - reach the same weight of reasons?

In my previous works, such as "Megalithic confrontation", "Space odyssey of MesoAmerica", "Seids - stone guardians of the gods?" - “gods” of Sumer and MesoAmerica. When, in the light of preparations for war, both sides took serious measures to equip megalithic defense systems, and in particular - air defense systems. The systems are so comprehensive that they closed almost the entire territory of the Eurasian continent for the Sumerians.

And everything - in accordance with the dilemma: if you don't build, you will perish!

The order of construction of support lanes was also determined. No, the first air defense structures were erected not in the inner regions of the empire, the main attention was paid to strengthening the border lines closest to the potential enemy. This meant that in the beginning it was necessary to build defensive facilities on the western borders of Europe, including the islands - today's Great Britain and Ireland.

This is how the famous megaliths of French Karnak, Stonehenge, Avebury, Marlborough, Newgrange, Daut, Nauta, Tara and many, many others appeared …

The device and operation of the Bru-na-Boyne complex

The word "complex" already implies "complexity" - the complexity of the device. And Bru-na-Boyne, as a device, includes 3 identical nodes, where each consists of: the main mound, cromlech and satellite mounds. The uniting elements of all 3 nodes are 2 positions - the place of general location and the Boyne River, which makes a water loop-bend here.

The principle of operation of one node of the complex is no different from another, and therefore we will consider it using the example of a node with the main mound of Newgrange, in comparison with Naut and Daut, which has been most fully preserved in time.

Let us ask ourselves a question: what function did the main mound perform?

In fact, it is a bulk pyramid. The pyramid is not a classical one - 4-sided in shape, but a round, mound. But, we know that a pyramid, like a stone or earthen embankment of any shape, is, first of all, a source of energy, energy of longitudinal wave radiation. Other megaliths act as a source of energy, for example: the ziggurats - these truncated pyramids, and the petal pyramid - as a source of energy for the station in La Venta, and the mound-kairn-tumulus - these mounds of irregular shape, and even the Lovozero mountain range tundra, used as a power station for the entire mainland megalithic air defense system of the Sumerians.

Following. Our main pyramid mound has the shape of a cone with an almost regular (circular) base. And here this circular shape says only one thing - in front of us is a radiation generator. And we have already met with a similar circular shape of the megalithic device: the trilithic ring of Stonehenge, an annular or mound mound of the multi- or one-petalled Maidan (a mound with a "mustache").

So, our mound is, together, both a source of energy and a generating device.

Let's go further. Inside each kurgan there is a cavity lined with stone slabs.

And, recalling the construction of the pyramids in Giza, these stations of distant space communications, we know that this cavity is nothing but a dolmen! For now, let's not turn our attention to the unusual - three-lobed, three-chambered shape of this cavity, but this is a dolmen!

And one of the purposes of a dolmen is to “refract” the stream of longitudinal-wave radiation, when this stream of the pyramid, moving first in the vertical direction, then penetrates the dolmen chamber, and, refracting, is directed in the form of a ray into the horizontal plane.

In our design, the flow of energy after leaving the dolmen is directed into a tunnel, a stone cavity of a corridor type, which brings radiation outside, outside the pyramid. And in essence, this tunnel is nothing more than a waveguide.

Note one more characteristic detail of this waveguide - a plug, this small stone block at the end of the tunnel, which, if necessary, blocks the radiation of the pyramid. This detail is also not new to us: almost all North Caucasian dolmens have such plugs, which serve to switch the dolmen to the combat mode of operation and vice versa. The only difference is that in the Caucasus, stone plugs have a shape close to conical-cylindrical, but here they are made in the form of a parallelepiped.

Next questions: where is the energy of the mound used, where is it directed?

Two energy flows are seen here: let's consider one for now - an undirected, fan-shaped one. The flow of this (cyclonic) type is the result of the rotation of the energy vortex of the pyramid in the plane of the vortex “base”, which coincides here with the horizontal surface of the earth, with the plane of the base of the cone of the mound. And here this energy will cross the surface of the menhirs, vertically installed in the form of a cromlech around the main mound. But we again know that the menhir is an emitter of energy, and that it has one regulated entrance - it receives exciting energy in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the megalith. The exit here is also clearly established: the radiated energy is directed strictly along the mentioned axis of the stone, vertically. In fact, the menhir provides a “refraction” of the energy flow, and, playing the role of an energy “trunk”, sends it up along the axis of the stone.

We have already considered the second directed energy flow: it is removed from the pyramid-mound along the waveguide of the tunnel. But, this flow has as its purpose the irradiation of one or more menhirs installed in a linear chain: one after another on the continuation of the waveguide line. Irradiation - along the normal to the axis of the menhirs in order to achieve the direction of the radiated stream all the same upward, along the axis of each menhir.

The next question is about the multi-chamber dolmen, about the 3-petal chamber of the pyramid: why is this design used?

And the closest answer, again, is in Egypt, inside the pyramid of Cheops. Pyramids, the king's chamber of which was installed with some offset from the axis of the structure. Although the second chamber, the queen's chamber, was positioned without any displacement, exactly on the pyramidal axis. The reason for this design was the need to compensate for the phase mismatch of the signal transmitted when the station was operating in the repeater mode, not only along the axis of the pyramid, but also along a parallel path - through the Great Gallery and 2 cameras.

For ourselves, considering the Newgrange design, we note that the displacement of the chamber inside the mound and relative to its axis leads to a change in the phase of the emitted signal.

Now let's go back to the plan view of the 3-petal camera in the mound. In fact, these are 3 connected dolmens located along 3 axes. When each of these dolmens re-radiates its own signal. The shape of the signals, in the form of a hint, has come down to us since the times of the “gods”, this is the famous triskelion, three spirals of the same direction of rotation, but with a difference in phase. But, since there is only one complex signal inside the corridor waveguide, summed up from 3 dolmens, it can be interpreted as a signal from one source, but modulated in phase. In other words, at the output of the waveguide of each mound with a 3-petal camera, we have a phase-modulated (PM) radiation signal!

The small satellite mounds, we repeat, are located, like the cromlech, around the main mound. And all the mounds of one node exchange undirected (fan-shaped) flows of their energy: the main one acts on the satellites, and those - in the opposite direction. With the same energy flows, they jointly affect the menhirs of the cromlech. And cromlech, in this simplest case, plays the role of an ordinary megalithic trap, “pulling” the nearest air target into its circle.

The chambers of small mounds also often have a 3-petal design, and their FM signal is fed through its own waveguide - either to a separate menhir, but more often to one of the menhirs of the cromlech. It is clear that in this case such a menhir will already emit not a simple, but an FM ray.

Well, and then - quite elementary: a phase-modulated signal is a destructive signal. And since our menhirs are megalithic striking “trunks” directed upwards, the appearance of enemy targets should also be expected from above, in the form of aerospace vehicles. And therefore, finally defining the functional essence of the entire complex, we draw a concluding conclusion: all megalithic structures of the Brun-na-Boyne type should be attributed to air defense means.

The study of the megalithic structures of the “gods” revealed another outstanding feature of their design: to increase the radiation power of the megaliths, a moving water stream was necessarily passed under them. The physics of this solution was considered in my other articles, but here we turn our attention to the factor of the closest proximity of the mounds to the Boyne River.

As an example, the adjacent figure shows the most characteristic way of water energy supply to megaliths. Here, under the stone base-base of the pyramid, a water stream is brought, connecting the beds of 2 rivers flowing into one another. The water conduit is made underground, in its configuration - it resembles one of the sides of the newly formed water triangle. In order to prevent erosion and destruction of the megalithic structure, the water flow was passed under it only for a short time, for the period of functional use. For this, special valves were installed on the path of the water flow. It could be - and some kind of stone plugs.

Our kurgans have energy "water supply" not from 2 rivers, but only from one, when it makes a loop in this place, and we have a new conclusion: an underground water conduit has been laid under the chain of kurgans, ready to let the stream through itself at the signal of a military alarm water taken from the river. In the same water conduit, rather at its inlet, there should also be a shut-off valve.

It remains for us, basically, to consider the operation of the unit (complex) in various modes, which are determined by both the state of the controls and the supply of energy from the central station.

Each node, or rather, each mound of all 3 nodes has its own control element - a waveguide plug, through the opening of which the mound is transferred to the emitting mode. The entire complex, through the opening of the gate valve of the underground water conduit, can be transferred to an increased mode of operation. And, finally, the entire megalithic air defense system of the empire, through the supply of energy from the Lovozero station, can be included in combat mode.

Let's start from the “off” position, when all the shutter plugs are closed, and the external energy source is turned off. In this case, all the mounds of the complex, as sources of energy, operate at a reduced mode - there is no water energy enhancement. This reduced energy of them is used to feed only the smoked cromlechs with fan-shaped energy flows. And the latter function as an air trap with low energy impact. Those. a trap operating in this mode can affect, for example, only the jagalet - this individual aircraft, and even then - at close range.

By turning on the watercourse of the complex (increased operating mode), we increase the energy capacity of the pyramidal energy sources. Now each mound of the complex will give the cromlech a much larger fan flow of energy, which will affect the effectiveness of the stone circle of menhirs: the range and power of its impact will increase. Compared to the previous mode, the changes are small: cromlechs still send unmodulated beams vertically above them.

Having opened, as a next step, the waveguide plugs in all the mounds of the complex, we, thereby, transfer it to the emitting mode of operation. Now almost all menhirs of 3 cromlechs are irradiated with phase-modulated and directional energy flows. Double energy pumping of each menhir, coupled with phase modulation, leads to the appearance of radiated energy bunches - plasmoids. Naturally, both the range of destruction of air targets and its effectiveness are growing.

And further. Each cromlech switches to the interference version of radiation, when each pair of menhirs of this cromlech begins to interact with each other. This interaction is determined by the phase matching of their radiation, to which the action of a random law can also be extended. But, most importantly, there is a change in the visible radiation pattern of cromlech: now phase-modulated (striking) rays are emitted not only vertically upward above each menhir, but these rays also "collapse" outward, to the form of a conical crown. Such a "collapse" significantly increases the striking radius of action of the megalithic defense unit.

We also note that here only this air defense complex is included in the work, the entire global defense system of the empire continues to remain off until the moment the energy is supplied from Lovozero - from a centralized source.

And when this station is turned on, our air defense complex switches to a combat mode of operation, centrally receiving a powerful flow of energy through the water channel of the Boyne River, like through a waveguide. Fundamentally, this mode is not much different from the previous one, with the exception of a sharp increase in the range and power of destruction.

And further. There is a proposal to compare the work of the Bru-na-Boyne complex with the work of Stonehenge. If the latter, as we know, is a megalithic plasma thrower, then functionally, each node of our complex is also a megalithic plasma thrower. So what's the difference? Maybe it's that in Stonehenge - 1 plasma jet, but here - as many as 3, one for each node? So this is not the main thing. But if you look at the trajectories of the emitted plasmoids, then in Stonehenge they fly almost in the horizon, and here - like a corona, in a collapse from the vertical. And one more thing: the Stonehenge weapon is a plasma launcher with a sector matrix, and the Newgray one is already with a circular one.

So, someone needed to determine the functional belonging of a new megalithic structure for us - the Brun-na-Boyne complex, and someone was interested in the twists and turns of the design thought of the “gods” of Sumer, and someone takes into account the numerous varieties of megalithic defenses of ancient civilizations … To each his own…

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