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"William Finnerty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Can anyone help? (RE: Hieroglyphics in "Cairn T", Republic of
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anyone help? by W. Finnerty.
Thu Mar 09, 2006
For many people, huge mystery still surrounds the meaning of the very
ancient set of hieroglyphics engraved on the stones in "Cairn T",
which is located some miles to the north-west of the Hill of Tara (County
One thing seems certain: the Cairn T set of
hieroglyphics in all probability predates all of the ancient Egyptian
hieroglyphics by hundreds, and possibly thousands of years.
looks as though there might never have been any really serious academic study of
the Cairn T set of hieroglyphics to date? - and, as many heritage sites around
the Hill of Tara are now under very serious threat from the planned M3
motorway toll road project, and MUCH more so possibly from
The National Monuments Act 2004 (please see http://homepage.eircom.net/~guerin/pressrel_1.htm ), perhaps now is the time for some very serious,
and some very good quality academic investigation? - before it's all too
Several good quality drawings of the Cairn T
hieroglyphics can be seen at the following web site, together with some very
detailed explanations of their possible meaning, which - correctly or
otherwise(?) - some people very vigorously dispute and ridicule: http://jahtruth.net/jere.htm
The following four
quotations have been taken from the page address immediately
1) "The construction date (Cairn T) is estimated
somewhere between 4000 BCE and 3000 BCE. According to some
scholars the passage tombs at Loughcrew were built before
Newgrange, which is most likely built around 3200
2) "The most farfetched and historically implausible
we have stumbled upon claims that the above mentioned Cairn T is the burial site
of Ollamh Fodhla. Ollamh Fodhla is known as a historical Tuath, or King,
and influential breitheamh, meaning judge or arbitrator. It is commonly accepted
that Fodhla introduced the triennial conference at the Hill of Tara, the
Feis Teamhrach, or Great Fair, to discuss the loopholes in the Brehon
Law. It is unlikely that Ollamh Fodhla, who lived around 1300 BCE, is
buried in a tomb which has been built two millennia before."
"The last prevailing theory we discuss clench to the calendar idea.
The foundations of this theory are simple, yet effective. At dawn of the spring
(and autumn) equinox a sunbeam illuminates a symbol, which might
represent a flower or sun, in the top-left corner of the end stone in Cairn T.
With the rising of the sun the beam of light slides and hits a second sun-like
symbol spot on. Martin Brennan(?) and
Jack Roberts(?), who discovered this
phenomenon in 1980, immediately identified the slab as a calendar. Sounds
reasonable, but what about the other sun-like symbols on the slab? Considering
their position on the lower part of the slab it seems improbable that the sun is
able to illuminate them."
4) "After all these riddles you
might want to sit down for a minute. Reflect on everything you have seen and
experienced while sitting on a seat-shaped stone on the west side of Cairn T.
Perhaps you feel royal if you realise that the stone you are sitting on is known
as (King) Ollamh Fodhla's Seat, or perhaps you feel uncomfortable if we
tell you that the stone is also known as The Hag's Chair."
short but impressive video showing how the sun lights up the hieroglyphics on
the "end stone" inside Cairn T, on and around the days immediately
surrounding March 21st and September 21st (the central equinox
days), can be viewed via the following address: http://www.knowth.com/loughcrew-equinox-video.htm
If you can help resolve any of
the present mystery (and controversy) regarding the true meaning of the set of
hieroglyphics on the Cairn T stones, please send your information as a "comment"
to this page.