The lost scrolls of Newgrange
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Published by Poolbeg in Dublin .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementTom Richards.
LC ClassificationsPR6068.I2459 L67 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination276 p. ;
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1228195M
ISBN 10185371299X
LC Control Number94229278

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William Seven, author of Sacred Sky Sacred Bond, postulates that humanity has lost its course because humanity has lost its connection with the heavens.“For as long as men and women have walked our planet, the skies of day and night have not only been a practical tool, but also a source of divine inspiration,” The oldest known Archaeoastronomical site is Newgrange in Ireland. "Newgrange-Monument to Immortality" has something in it for anybody interested in Th Newgrange and The Boyne Valley y Murphy shares his knowledge of the area through the Mythological,Archaeological and Spiritual views on the site.I would recommend this book to anybody wishing to know about Newgrange and is a great companion to those /5(20). Visited Newgrange while in Ireland and bought this book after I got home because there is so much to learn on the subject. Mr O'Kelly, who conducted the research on Newgrange, does an excellent job of explaining the site and the progression of the work that was done there. If you only can have one book on Newgrange, this is the one to buy/5(13). Newgrange isn’t the only passage tomb in Ireland, of course. In fact, it’s not the only passage tomb at Brú na Bóinne. Together with nearby Knowth and Dowth, Newgrange was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in Not bad for a site that once looked destined to become a quarry!

The Stonehenge Scrolls Did Irish Builders Design Stonehenge? The historical novel The Stonehenge Scrolls says that Irish builders designed Stonehenge. The author K.P. Robbins writes that a guild of monument builders trained at Ireland’s Newgrange and then traveled the British Isles to supervise construction of ancient sites, including Stonehenge. That’s older than Stonehenge. It’s older than the great Egyptian pyramids, too. And five millennia later, it hasn’t lost any of its wonder. But first things first: Newgrange can’t be visited directly. If you’re driving, set the Sat Nav for Brú na Bóinne/Boyne Valley (Latitude , Longitude ) as opposed to Newgrange itself. Ancient Ireland Fiction. Bending The Boyne, ca. BCE - A Novel by J.S. Dunn. Spirit Mound - A Novel by Richard F. Fleck. The Princes of Ireland - A Novel by Edward Rutherfurd. Winter solstice - A Novel by Lucy Costigan. The Stonehenge Scrolls - A Novel by K.P. Robbins. Conan & The Mystical, Magical Light Of Loughcrew. Some have suggested that specific constellations, guide points for ancient astronomers, can be deciphered in the ornamented stones of Newgrange. 72 One book, with information derived from “the ancient tradition of Freemasonry rediscovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls,” postulates that Newgrange, “a large house built of crystals,” was.

Almost lost over the centuries, the Book of Jubilees was retrieved from the Ethiopic language, translated into English by R. H. Charles, and was recently found among the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Book of . Newgrange Book Here. To Newgrange: Travelling northwards out of the city, our first stop today will be at the Bru na Boinne visitor centre to take a tour of the 5, year old megalithic tomb at Newgrange. This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the largest and certainly the most stunning tombs in Ireland with a unique alignment to the rising. Brú na Bóinne - Newgrange and Knowth. 13K likes. Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre interprets the Neolithic monuments of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. The extensive exhibition includes a full scale replica /5(59). In Newgrange - Monument to Immortality Anthony Murphy looks beyond the archaeology and the astronomy to reveal a much more profound and sacred vision of the very spirit of the people who built Newgrange. Many people who visit the ancient and magnificent Newgrange monument in the Boyne Valley are driven by some deep longing to connect with their most distant roots.