To our Germany folder at
I have uploaded
which represent various megalithic sites in northwest Germany, east
of Cloppenburg and south of Oldenburg on your maps and near the
towns and villages of Visbek, Kleinenkneten, Grossenkneten and
Wildeshausen - which together mark the largest compact megalithic
region of Germany.
These sites represent the stellar constellations of Ophiuchus and
Serpens (Serpens Caput and Serpens Cauda) in the astronomical
geodetic system of Neolithic Germany.
This is similar to what we already found in the British Isles, where
sites having to do with Ophiuchus and Serpens were given special
attention for the reason that the line along Serpens Caput marked
the Autumn Equinox in ca. 3117 BC and because the serpent's head
marks the point on this line which is halfway up the heavens from
the equator to the North Pole.
The Visbek megalithic sites are a major intersection for survey
lines, with the southwest line heading toward Weris in Belgium and
the northeast line heading toward megalithic sites in Sweden.