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Archaeoastronomer

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    Astronomy, archaeoastronomy, ancient beliefs regarding the stars
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    London, UK.

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  1. You never know Karen, you might include the stars with writing fiction, it has happened, LOL https://harrypotter.fandom.com/wiki/Sirius_Black
  2. Hi Karen, I am new here as well, You are lucky to live in the New Forest, it is a lovely place to live. You never know it might inspire you to write fiction! I have included a link for all about the ponies:- https://www.newforestliving.co.uk/guides/new-forest-ponies I live in Mill Hill, thought of as central London, however some parts make you feel you are in the country, which is amazing, i love rural environments:-
  3. Hi Sunshine, I know this is an old old topic but i was fascinated by the documentary, extremely interesting for an archaeoastronomer, so had to thank you for posting it! I only go back to the start of the Julian Calendar on 1st January 0045 BC, before that is difficult, i'm not sure that the Moon's orbit is true to ages, which can effect spin of the Earth.....i'm out in no man's land if i go back to 28th May 0585 BC, at 18:32 PM with an adjusted Julian Calendar, what i'm doing now is dubious, i'm aware of Delta T, so take the picture below, being 28th May 0585 BC as dubious!!!. Wea
  4. I'm new here as well, it seems extremely friendly, i see you come from Maine, I LOVE MAINE COON CATS, they are huge, i would have to be a fisherman to feed one though!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_Coon
  5. I need to get used to this forum, i seem to have got the last three thread sections attached to this, New Member Problems with forum and astronomy pictures, i'll be ready in a few day's, Rome wasn't built in a day, LOL! Thanks for all kind messages!
  6. Thank you for reply, Archaeostronomy is fascinating for astronomy......... I only go back to the start of the Julian Calendar on 1st January 0045 BC, before that is difficult, i'm not sure that the Moon's orbit is true to ages, which can effect spin of the Earth.....i'm out in no man's land if i go back to 28th May 0585 BC, at 18:32 PM with an adjusted Julian Calendar, what i'm doing now is dubious, i'm aware of Delta T, so take the picture below, being 28th May 0585 BC as dubious!!!. Weather is not reported, I cant know how dark is was behind a storm cloud with a partial Eclipse, and w
  7. I'm slightly different from the vast amount of astronomers here, as i'm an archaeoastronomer, i look for the beliefs of the ancient world popping up in astronomy and beliefs of astrology throughout history, it keeps me busy, which is needed as i don't move well being a paraplegic with a spine injury. I'm very lucky as i have a great one bed apartment that is new with carers. I have had an interest in astronomy for approx. 20 years, since i become disabled and couldn't work anymore, i just mixed it with my love of history and my fascination of beliefs in the stars. I'm looking forwa
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