NORTH POLE CENTRE
Examples of Rock Art
symbolizing the Celestial North Pole.
course our ancestors have noticed that the stars are revolving.
That is, except from the point in the heaven where no movement seems to take place.
The seemingly rotating figure on the northern hemisphere symbolizes the
Greatest male deity in the Mythological Story from all over the World.
This figure symbolizes for instants Chronos, Zeus, Odin, Saturn (not the
planet) and several other names.
But the figure are
also symbolized with several other phenomenon's, of which the Heavenly
Ship and a White Horse or Bull are the most common.
Picture 1 with a 4 spoke wheel
drawn on the spot for the celestial north pole centre on the star map. Pictures 2, 3 and 4 above are from Sweden and pictures below 5 and 6 from USA.
Picture 7 are a detail of a Danish ritual kettle found on the location Gundestrup,
Jutland. Picture 8 is from Sweden.
for detail for all these pictures is a male figure with a centre point in form of a
a circle or concentric rings.
3 pictures of the centre point marked as wheels. The first picture from Sweden,
Bohuslen, locality Loevaasen, is showing the Milky Way figure made with rows of
Cup Marks on the rock. The last picture from the island Bornholm, Denmark,
Olsker, locality Bloeholtshuse, is showing the shape of a so called ship.
the so called rock carvings and other art pictures showing ships, the origin has come
when the Milky Way contours are being seen horizontal. In many cases both a man and a ship
is shown together as for
instance on the Egypt picture in the middle above with the 5 pointed star as the
symbol for the circumpolar centre.
The rock carving ships with a so called "sun wheel" or other circle markings
above the ship, is by intellectual scholars interpreted as "a ship
transporting the Sun over the day- or night Sky". But in fact these kinds
of carvings is showing the night contours of the Milky Way with the celestial marking of a turning point, namely the pole
The Sumerian Milky Way god, Shamash, and the Wheel of the Celestial
The Sumerian Shamash and Wheel "flying in the Sky".
THORīS HAMMER AND THE
CELESTIAL NORTH POLE
resembling the celestial pole axis and the Milky Way contours as seen
ROCK CARVINGS OF THE
CELESTIAL NORTH POLE
A sketched part of a Danish Rock
Carving from Northern Jutland, locality Udsholt. The dark round markings
represent the Star constellation of Ursa Minor or "the Little Dipper" with
the pole star placed in the centre of a 4 spoke wheel. Here the Wheel is
without any doubts NOT a so called "Sun Wheel", but a "Night Wheel"
symbolizing the North Pole centre on the night Sky.
The Rock Art Debel- Stone from
Denmark inserted in a Star Atlas picture. Arrow number 1 marks the Celestial
North Pole. Arrow 2 marks the Circum Polar Centre. Arrow 3 marks the contours of the Milky Way.
Arrow 4 marks the constellation of Sagittarius and arrow 5 points towards the
Milky Way Centre.
HUMAN FIGURES AND THE POLE CENTRE
If You observe the night sky
with its stars, star constellations and the white contours of the Milky Way,
it all seems to vault over a longer time period around the centre point, we
call The North Pole centre. The white contours of the Milky Way is often
described mythological as "a white God" as seen above in the Star Atlas
picture to the right. Beside a Swedish rock carving shows human like figures
revolving around a centre point, carved as a wheel, often called a
"Sun-Wheel" which in this case apparently is a wrong description.
The very same meaning and
symbolic shows these 2 Rock Carvings from Norway and Sweden.