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KNOCKEEN DOLMEN COUMARAGLIN


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Knockeen Dolmen and Coumaraglin in County Waterford, Ireland
represent the area of the sky centered on Eridanus and Caelum.

The site Knockeen in County Waterford, Ireland is a popular site for
tourists because it has two capstones one on top of the other,
although no one knows why. If it were a tomb - as currently alleged,
which of course is nonsense - it would not need two piggy-back capstones.

The fact is that Knockeen represents Eridanus, a constellation
traditionally and even today represented as two somewhat offset
levels in the sky, and that is exactly what the capstones do,
representing Eridanus in two levels - and thus two capstones.

There are also separate stones for Columba, Caelum, and Horologium
and one of the Knockeen stones of Horologium has LMC,
the Large Magellanic Cloud, marked on it as well.

Coumaraglin represents County Waterford as Caelum and Eridanus.
The stars at the angle of Eridanus near Caelum are paired and so
also at this megalithic site.

The County name Water-ford (allegedly from Viking Vadrefiord)
would seem to reflect Eridanus,
the underground source of the river of heaven.

Coumaraglin represents County Waterford as Caelum and Eridanus.
The stars at the angle of Eridanus near Caelum are paired and so
also at this megalithic site.

Etymologically, in Cou-Mara-glin, "mara" will be related
to Gaelic "amar, amyrr "river (bed), channel"
and "glin" may be related to "geill" meaning "river head",
similar to Indo-European e.g. Latvian gal, diminutive galina "end, tip".


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Gollenstein
first deciphered

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