Thursday, April 18, 2002

LexiLine Journal #7 - 2002 : Felsenmeer Bergstrasse Odenwald Germany



I have just uploaded the file


to our folder Germany, showing that this fantastic site of thousands of giant stones is not grouped in "natural" heaps as the geologists allege, but are "natural" stones from that large steep semi-mountainous hill which have been rolled, carried or lowered by ropes purposefully down that hill into various heaps of stones by the ancients, thus
creating the pattern of stones which you see in the felsmeer.gif.

The stone groups shown on my drawing by the way are not my inventions or interpretations but merely my re-drawing of a photo of the plan of the Felsberg ("stone hill viz. mountain") and the Felsenmeer ("sea of stones") which stands as a large billboard for all to see above the stones at the top of the hill (semi-mountain). It was created by the "Verein Naturpark Bergstrasse - Odenwald", whom I wish to thank profusely for this gargantuan task. I will be posting a photo of this
billboard sign.

But this is not all. I have also re-drawn the pathways on this steep mountain hill (as shown on the billboard sign) which apparently follow the old tracks through the stones. The hill is so steep that there are not that many alternative tracks, so any track through these stones now is as good as that 6000 years ago, and if you look
at the felsmeer.tif, you may see some of the tell-tale figures marked by these pathways. I will be uploading another .tif in coming days showing those human and animal figures. In ca. 3800 BC, for example, the Summer Solstice is at Gemini. Can you find the figures of the largely drawn twins in the pathways?

Furthermore, I have taken photographs of some of the largest gargantuan stones at the top of the hill which of course were not all rolled into place, since some of them are as big as small houses and are not even counted to the stone heaps, but from my photos the analysis of the Felsenmeer will be confirmed, for these Herculean-
size stones, not just those in the large heaps, are also carved and sculpted and show stars of the sky of the heavens.

In fact, the Felsenmeer is unique for having over 300 stones which have been recognized by experts as having been "worked" by human hand but which the archaeologists have erroneously placed in the Roman period, regarding them as "partially worked stones" which were left in place (often in impossible locations!) due to an error in the stone or faulty workmanship on them. That would be a world record - over 300 gigantic stones partially worked by hand and left for faulty workmanship, often in locations where transport would be a super-human task?? in Germany?

No, certainly not sloppy workmanship in Germany. There are clearly a couple of stones there from the Roman period (one column, e.g.) but the rest - are nearly 4000 years older and there is no fault or flaw on them, as we shall see. The ancients
worked these stones into various forms corresponding to the stars and constellations of the heavens and left them in situ (in place where they stood) for later generations to appreciate. And we have finally arrived.

I have some great photos of these stones and these too will ultimately be uploaded, so there are still great things coming.

The Felsenmeer - in the German geodetic survey which I have deciphered and will soon also be explaining in these pages - represented the position of the Pleiades, which were sort of a germination platform for the stars in ancient belief, so that these stones in the Felsenmeer are a conceptual symbolic fertilization for the stars of the heavens.

In working on the German geodetic system, by the way, I was recently at the Gollenstein (The Gollen Stone) in Blieskastel near the south border to France and Luxembourg (near Saarbrücken). This stone is 7 meters 60 (6 meters 60 cm of that is above ground). It is the tallest megalith in all of middle Europe. I will be showing how the Gollenstein is an ancient representation of the largest constellation, Hydra, this being the reason for the enormous size of this megalith. There will be more interesting things from that site.

Speaking of unexpected wonders, not the least of my recent discoveries is the reddish-orange megalith called the "Red Goddess" (die Rote Göttin) from Traben-Trarbach, a stone from this very same village in which I live, which was moved some years ago from its original location and now stands in a private garden and which the locals brought to my attention. The stone has been badly misinterpreted and it too marks a major position in the German geodetic system. Does the nearby village of Ürzig (UERZIG) have something to do with URSA? You bet. Ursa Major.

The ancient Arabic name for the star alpha-Ursa Major was Thahr-al-Dubb, and this is surely Traben viz. Trar(bach). The term Traben may be neo-Roman and may go back to the German term Traube/n) "grape(s)". But then again, perhaps all are somehow related, for the grapes here are white and mature when overripe to a lush orange, like the color of the star Thahr-al-Dubb. It is said the Romans brought grapes to the Moselle Valley, but this may not be true. Perhaps wild grapes were here even before the Romans, who cultivated them, which is a different matter, but wild grapes were widely distributed in ancient days.

The "Red Goddess" is so called because the entire stone looks like the head of Lewis Carroll's "Red Queen". As I shall be uploading - this 1 and 1/2 meter megalith clearly has the Big Dipper, including a handle in relief, inscribed in large size right on the front of it.

It is quite easy to see. Inscribed above it - actually both are sideways - and equally easy to see is Ursa Minor as an axe-head and handle. No one was more amazed about this than I myself to whom the phrase, the grass is always greener, often applies. And here was this fantastic find, right in my own back yard.

This is probably the reason that the mountain hill at the base of which Traben is found is called by the neo-French name Mont Royal, which in German is Königsberg, King's Mountain or Royal Mountain.The vineyards here are called WÜRZ-Garten, i.e. URSA's garden. Trarbach is below Schlossberg, the castle mountain.

How do I know the star here in my home town is specifically alpha-Ursa-Major, apart from a large hole in the correct position on the megalith? Of the seven major stars of Ursa Major, six are hot WHITE stars, and only Thahr-al-Dubb (today called Dubhe) is an ORANGE-colored star and this color - as written by Patrick Moore in his German version Atlas of the Stars (Grosser Atlas der Sterne) is easily seen with the naked eye even today - and surely so in ancient days.

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