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There are two Punchestown sites in Kildare
and the one is obviously
a much older megalith than the other.

Quite obviously the megalith left is much the older of the two,
having larger figures on it of a much more siimple nature.

The megalith on the right is the younger Punchestown,
already showing more sophistication.
It also marks the Pleiades below Perseus.

Their positions were surely
moved due to precession
and a new astronomical measurement made
some thousands of years later
as we also find for similarly large stones elsewhere:

e.g. at the Gollen Stone (Gollenstein) of Blieskastel, Saarland
and the nearby Spellen Stone (Spellenstein) in Rentrisch, St. Ingbert in
Germany, though both of these represent Hydra.

The Punchestown megaliths
both seem to have marks for the stars marking Perseus on them,
though neither of these markings is clear for either stone on the photos available.

Obviously the sykward tapered form of both megaliths suggests Perseus.

Linguistically, Punches = Perseus.
In Gaelic, Perseus is Yn Whing "sword, dagger"
and English has a very close phallic word to Punches.
Kildare is surely Kil-dare with Gaelic darree, darach "oak tree".

In Scotland, the comparable site is Clackmannanshire,
marked by the Mannan Stone, i.e. "Man Stone",
which the clueless mainstream archaeologists have
provisionally identified with an alleged "sea god" named Mannau.

Let me say here clearly, that if your average archaeologist is not
in a position to identify the giant megalith at Clackmannanshire for what it is
- and apparently he is not - then it is small wonder
that this academic field is such a desolate wasteland.

In the astronomical and geodetic system of Scotland, the Mannan
Stone represents the protrusion of the Milky Way to the
right side of the bottom of Perseus,
while Punchestown seems to represent all of Perseus in the same manner.


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