MEGALITHIC WRITING (II)
(Orkney’s, Scotland, c.2370 BC)
Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com
October, 2013
Summar...
However, the Ness of Brodgar was also symbolic for the three island groups of the Azores, lo-
cated west of the Strait of ...
Discovery of Australia
The three island groups of the Azores might refer to the Third Dynasty of Egypt (Fig.1). The
two is...
The Central Azores are represented by a large, beautiful diamond (see Fig.1). It means this
part of the figure contains im...
King Neferirkare
The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) refer to the southern Nile Delta, at 30°N. Howe-
ver, they ...
References
1. ORCA, Neolithic artwork revealed in Orkney, Past Horizons, August 1, 2013.
Website: http://www.pasthorizonsp...
38. De Jonge, R.M., “Megalithic Writing (I), (Orkney’s, Scotland, c.2450 BC)”, (2013), Refs.2,5,20.
39. De Jonge, R.M., an...
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MEGALITHIC WRITING (II)
(Orkney’s, Scotland, c.2370 BC)

Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com
October, 2013

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At a recent excavation on the Orkney Islands, Scotland, a large Engraved Stone was found. Analysis of its back side leads to the conclusion its decoration should be considered as a pri-mitive script, a kind of Megalithic Writing. The story starts with the discovery of Australia by the 2nd king Djoser of the Third Dynasty. It continues with the discovery of America via the Bering Sea, which happened in the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt during the reign of the 5th king Menkaure (c.2580-2562 BC). The two southern crossings of the North Atlantic Ocean were discovered by the 2nd king Sahure of the Fifth Dynasty. The northern crossing via Greenland was discovered by the 3rd king Neferirkare. Finally, the Return Route via Bermuda was dis-covered by the 9th king Unas of this dynasty.

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  1. 1. MEGALITHIC WRITING (II) (Orkney’s, Scotland, c.2370 BC) Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com October, 2013 Summary At a recent excavation on the Orkney Islands, Scotland, a large Engraved Stone was found. Analysis of its back side leads to the conclusion its decoration should be considered as a pri- mitive script, a kind of Megalithic Writing. The story starts with the discovery of Australia by the 2nd king Djoser of the Third Dynasty. It continues with the discovery of America via the Bering Sea, which happened in the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt during the reign of the 5th king Menkaure (c.2580-2562 BC). The two southern crossings of the North Atlantic Ocean were discovered by the 2nd king Sahure of the Fifth Dynasty. The northern crossing via Greenland was discovered by the 3rd king Neferirkare. Finally, the Return Route via Bermuda was dis- covered by the 9th king Unas of this dynasty. Introduction The Orkney Islands are located in the north of Great Britain at a latitude of 59°N. The small archipelago has a diameter of about 30 miles (50 km), and the southerly shores are situated 10 miles (16 km) north of the Scottish mainland, at the other site of the passage called the Pent- land Firth. Most of the megalithic monuments are located on the largest island, called “Main- land”. The Ness of Brodgar on this island is a narrow strip of land between the Loch of Harray (with fresh water) in the north, and the Loch of Stenness (with brackish water) in the south. It is an istmus having a width of a few hundred yards pointing to the north-west. At the eastern en- trance of this istmus is the Ring of Stenness, c.1.5 km NW of it the Ring of Brodgar, and an- other 1.5 km NW of it the Ring of Bookan. All three Rings are major megalithic monuments. (Ref.4) Islands in the Ocean The Azores in the middle of the Ocean were discovered c.3600 BC. The Faroes and Iceland, NW of Scotland, were discovered c.3400 BC. The east coast of Greenland was discovered c.3300 BC, and its south coast c.3250 BC. However, half a century later the megalith builders gave up their attempts to cross Davis Strait (behind the west coast of Greenland), c.3200 BC. (Refs.3,12,13,16) After the last discovery the Ness of Brodgar became an important ceremonial site. The istmus was symbolic for the narrow strip of land along the south coast of Greenland located west of the Orkney’s, at 59°N. Latitudes were already known c.4800 BC. - The Loch of Harray (with fresh water) in the north was symbolic for the huge ice cap on Greenland, and the Loch of Stenness (with brackish water) represented the Labrador Sea in the south-west. (Refs.3,4) The small Ring of Stenness was symbolic for Cape Farvel, the south cape of Greenland, at 59+1= 60°N. The large Ring of Brodgar represented the important SW Cape of Greenland, at 59+2= 61°N. Finally, the Ring of Bookan symbolized the west coast of Greenland, at 59+3= 62°N. After its discovery the megalith builders surrendered.
  2. 2. However, the Ness of Brodgar was also symbolic for the three island groups of the Azores, lo- cated west of the Strait of Gibraltar, at 36°N. The Ring of Stenness was symbolic for the two islands of the East Azores, at 36+1= 37°N, the Ring of Brodgar for the five islands of the Central Azores, at 36+2= 38°N, and the Ring of Bookan for the two islands of the West Azo- res, at 36+3= 39°N. (Refs.2-6) Engraved Stone (back side) In 2013 an Engraved Stone was found during the excavation of a habitation site at the Ness of Brodgar, which consisted of at least five huts. So far a total of 450 inscribed pieces were dis- covered, but this slab was a very nice one. Recently, an article was published on the front side of the Stone (Ref.38). The back side of it is shown in Fig.1. Close investigation shows the de- coration appears to be a primitive script, again. An attempt was made to write down an im- portant story. This story deals with the Egyptian discovery of America. (Ref.1) The back side of the Stone (Fig.1) has the approximate shape of a rectangle. Its surface was clearly dressed, and is rather smooth. It appears to symbolize a part of the North Atlantic Oce- an. This shape, with four equal angles, was chosen because the size of the Ocean was known in the Fourth Dynasty (c.2600 BC). Note, that the Orkney’s are located at the complementary latitude of the northern Nile Delta, at 90-31= 59°N. In antiquity the use of complementary la- titudes was very common, and Egypt was the greatest civilization on Earth! The back side of the slab contains two engraved figures. It appears the eastern one symboli- zes the two islands of Madeira, at 33°N, and the prominent western one represents the three island groups of the Azores, at 38°N. For about three centuries (300 years) the Azores were the westernmost islands of the then known World (c.3600-3300 BC). (Refs.1,7-11) Fig.1 Back side of Engraved Stone (Ness of Brodgar, Orkney’s, c.2370 BC) (Courtesy: Ref.1)
  3. 3. Discovery of Australia The three island groups of the Azores might refer to the Third Dynasty of Egypt (Fig.1). The two islands of Madeira may encode the 2nd king Djoser (c.2753-2723 BC). Together these ar- chipelagos contain 9+2= 11 islands, which indicate the discovery of Australia at Cape York, Queensland, at 11°S, 11 Moiras= 110° east of the River Nile, when measured along the equa- tor (1 Egyptian Moira= 10 moiras= 10° of latitude). - So, king Djoser discovered Australia at the eastern crossing from New Guinea. It also encodes the position of the southern island of Roti, Indonesia, at 11°S, because the western crossing to the Kimberley District of Australia was discovered as well. Its sailing dis- tance is 4 moiras, or 4°. – Both islands of Madeira are carved as diamonds, having four equal sides, twice encoding the crossing to the island of Tasmania, at 40°S, which was discovered, too. – The three island groups of the Azores confirm the 30 years of reign of this King. The West Azores, East Azores, and Madeiras each consist of two islands (see Fig.1). These 3x2= 6 islands refer to the step pyramid of king Djoser of the Third Dynasty, the first one of its kind. It was built in Saqqara, near Memphis, Egypt, having six steps, because the surface area of Australia, including Tasmania, equals 6 square Moiras (1 Moira= 10°, or 1111 km), or 7.4 million km2 (officially 7.6 million km2 ). (Refs.18-33) Discovery of New Zealand The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) encode the north cape of North Island, New Zealand, 30° east of Cape York, Queensland, Australia. Together with the large diamond of the Central Azores, with four equal sides, its latitude is encoded, at 30+4= 34°S. The three island groups show New Zealand was known in the Third Dynasty. The Central A- zores are located 38-30= 8° above the Nile Delta, which correspond to the 8th king Huni (c.2685-2661 BC) of this dynasty, who discovered it. The two islands of Madeira are shown as two diamonds, which confirm the position of the North Cape, 20° east of the East Cape of Australia. The two diamonds illustrate North Island and South Island, respectively. The eight equal sides confirm it was discovered by the 8th king Huni. The two islands of the West Azores are shown as a triangle. So, it is confirmed the two is- lands of New Zealand were known in the Third Dynasty. The North Cape was reached 30° east of Cape York. A small triangle inside it confirms it, again. The West Azores are located 47-39= 8° below Cape Race, Newfoundland, which confirms the 8th king Huni discovered New Zealand. The West Azores are situated 39-15= 24° above the southern Cape Verde islands, confirming his 24 years of reign! Discovery of America The two islands of Madeira are carved as diamonds on top of each other (Fig.1). Each of these have four equal sides. It is the easternmost figure on this side of the Stone. So, the continents of North and South America were discovered from the east in the Fourth Dynasty. The two di- amonds symbolize these new continents! – America can be reached via crossings above and below the Bering Sea. So, both crossings were discovered in the Fourth Dynasty.
  4. 4. The Central Azores are represented by a large, beautiful diamond (see Fig.1). It means this part of the figure contains important information about the discovery of America. It is confir- med it happened in the Fourth Dynasty. This archipelago consists of five islands. So, it hap- pened via the southern Aleutian islands, at the south side of the Bering Sea, at c.50°N. King Menkaure The Central Azores are located 38-33= 5° above the islands of Madeira, shown at the right si- de (see Fig.1). So, the 5th king Menkaure (Mycerinos, c.2580-2562 BC) of this dynasty disco- vered America via the southern Aleutian islands. - The islands of Madeira are carved as two diamonds, each of them with four equal sides. Both refer to the 40th latitude line. So, it is confirmed the 5th king discovered America at the complementary latitude of 90-40= c.50°N. In the figure the West Azores are represented by a triangle pointing downwards (see Fig.1). It is attached to the diamond of the Central Azores in a special way. The West Azores are loca- ted 1° above the Central Azores, at 38+1= 39°N. These encode the exact latitude of the south- ern Aleutian islands, where America was discovered: at the complementary latitude of 90-39= 50+1= 51°N! The figure at the right side has two parts, and the one at the left side has three parts (see Fig.1). Together these figures refer to the holy Tropic of Cancer, at 20+3= 23°N (Sun religi- on). However, they also refer to the holy Arctic Circle, at the complementary latitude of 90- 23= 67°N. It is the northernmost line the Sun still shines at midwinter day. It shows king Menkaure returned via the Bering Strait, 1° below it, at 67-1= 66°N. So, he also discovered this crossing, 66-51= 15° above the southern Aleutian islands. (Refs.2-20) Crossings of the Atlantic King Sahure The southern Cape Verde islands, off shore West Africa, are located at 15°N (see above). The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) encode the sailing direction of the Southern Cros- sing, 30° SSW. The 50th latitude line, just mentioned, encodes the point of arrival, Cape São Roque (the Holy Rock), Brazil, at 5°S, but also the Fifth Dynasty. The two islands of Madeira (Fig.1) correspond to the sailing distance, with the wind and the current, 2 Moiras, or 20°, but also to the 2nd king. So, the 2nd king Sahure (c.2510-2498 BC) discovered the Southern Cros- sing of the Ocean. The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) encode Cape Race, the East Cape of Newfound- land, and North America, 3° below the 50th latitude line, at 50-3= 47°N. The two islands of Madeira (Fig.1) correspond to the initial sailing direction of the Return Route, 20° ESE, and to the sailing distance of 2 Moiras, or 20° with the wind and the current, to the two islands of the West Azores (see Fig.1). The five islands of the Central Azores (Fig.1) show this crossing was discovered in the Fifth Dynasty. The two islands of the East Azores (see Fig.1) confirm this discovery was accom- plished by the 2nd king. The Engraved Stone contains two figures, which confirm the two southern crossings of the O- cean were discovered by the 2nd king Sahure. These two figures were made in his honor. The diamond represents the Central Azores (Fig.1). These are located 50-38= 12° below the 50th latitude line, confirming his 12 years of reign.
  5. 5. King Neferirkare The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) refer to the southern Nile Delta, at 30°N. Howe- ver, they also encode the northern crossing of the Ocean from the Shetland Islands, via Cape Farvel, Greenland, to Cape Chidley, Canada, at the complementary latitude of 90-30= 60°N. It was discovered by the third king Neferirkare (c.2498-2478 BC). So, the third crossing was discovered by the 3rd king! The West Azores are the northernmost group of small islands in the Ocean. These are repre- sented by a triangle, having three sides and angles (Fig.1). So, it is confirmed the northern crossing was discovered by the 3rd king. Inside is another small triangle, confirming it, again. The West Azores consist of two islands, confirming the 20 years of reign of this king. King Unas The three island groups of the Azores (Fig.1) refer to Abaco Island, Northern Bahama’s, 3° below the Nile and Mississippi Delta’s, at 30-3= 27°N. The 2nd king Sahure reigned for 12 years. So, the sailing distance to the island of Bermuda, 2° above these Delta’s, at 30+2= 32°N, was 12 moiras, or 12°. Bermuda is located 32-27= 5° above Abaco Island, which shows it was discovered in the Fifth Dynasty. Bermuda is located 32-23= 9° above the holy Tropic of Cancer. At midsummer day is Sun is at right angles above this Tropic. The slow northerly movement of the Sun turns into a south- erly movement. So, people believe in the Egyptian SunGod Ra! Far in the east this Tropic crosses the River Nile, at 23°N. It is the center of the Southern Egyptian Empire, but also the center of the Sun religion! The Azores (Fig.1) consist of nine islands. So, the crossing from Bermuda to the Azores, with the wind and the current, was discovered by the 9th and last king Unas (c.2403-2370 BC). It consists of three island groups (Fig.1). So, it encodes its long sailing distance of 3 Moiras, or 30°. The figure at the left side of the Stone has three parts, and the one at the right side has two parts (Fig.1). It confirms the discovery of Bermuda, at 30+2= 32°N. Bermuda is located 50- 32= 18° below the 50th latitude line, confirming the 18 years of reign of king Menkaure, who discovered America. It occurred in the Fourth Dynasty, as shown by the large diamond. This diamond represents the Central Azores (Fig.1). It is located 47-38= 9° below Cape Race, Newfoundland, confirming the discovery of Bermuda by the 9th king Unas. Inside the dia- mond are 3x3= 9 smaller diamonds, confirming it, again. The Central Azores are located 38- 33= 5° above the islands of Madeira (Fig.1), which confirms it happened in the Fifth Dynasty. The East Azores are represented by a triangle, with three sides and angles (Fig.1). However, it consists of two islands. So, these confirm the discovery of Bermuda, at 30+2= 32°N, again. – The island of São Miguel (East Azores) is located at 38°N, which is 38-33= 5° above Madeira (Fig.1). It confirms this discovery in the Fifth Dynasty, again. The island of Santa Maria (East Azores) is located at 37°N, which is 37-33= 4° above the is- lands of Madeira, which are represented by two diamonds (Fig.1). It confirms the discovery of America in the Fourth Dynasty. - The two islands of Madeira (see Fig.1) are located at 33°N. These confirm the 33 years of reign of king Unas, who discovered the Return Route from Ber- muda to the Azores! (Refs.2-20,34-39)
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