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The Mullagharoy Cupmarked Stone in Meath County
has Draco marked on it.
Above the cupmarks there are round circles marking
the North Ecliptic Pole and the North Celestial Pole.
NEWGRANGE ("new Grange") is a modern term
for a famous erroneously reconstructed site
dated to ca. 3000 BC and known in ancient days as SI AN BHRU.
As we have found, SI is surely a short form
for Galeic SIOR which means "eternal, perpetual" in Gaelic.
BHRU means "log, beam"
so that Newgrange represented the "perpetual or eternal post of
heaven" which is the immovable North Ecliptic Pole.
Newgrange Kerbstone Nr. 2 shows the line
from the North Ecliptic Pole to the North Celestial Pole ca. 1 BC.
It also shows the constellations Ursa Minor and Draco,
since that line passes between the head and handle of Ursa Minor
and runs along a row of three (or four) stars in Draco.
We see the stars of Draco at the famous site of KNOWTH
where the stars of Draco are marked around the main mound,
i.e. the center of heaven, as the surrounding smaller mounds.
We also find support that this identification is correct through the
fact that the County in which Newgrange is located is called MEATH
and this is the Indo-European e.g. Latvian term MIET- which means "post".
The Latvian Dainas refer often to this heavenly post which we probably
retain down to modern days as our Maypole for May Day, a feast
having original astronomical origins.
Since Gaelic Meath means "become weak" the original
root for County MEATH in Gaelic is closer to MEIDH
meaning "balance, i.e. the fulcrum of the balance of heaven" and we
know this is correct since the ancient settlement in Meath was
called TARA. TARA in German and TARE in English mean "weight" of
packing. Hence, this was Heaven's balance, the balance fulcrum at
the North Ecliptic Pole.
The Hill of Tara TEMAIR marked the center of heaven
and as we have discovered
it marked particularly the path of precession
which is the path Slighe Cualann.
The famous LIA FAIL - Stone of Destiny -
is located at the site of Tara Hill and as we have discovered
it marked the position of the Pole Star - the North Celestial Pole - for the given era,
which for the Tara site appears to be relatively late,
at a date we estimate at ca. 1000 BC.
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