amyrigg wrote:i think the pix on pgs 50, 62, 67, and 69 in Twilight of the Gods look like computer circuits not some weird calendar - but that's just what I see ... i could be really way wrong. now y'all have a fun-filled music, magic, color, stress-free day - PEACE ON EARTH and I LOVE YOU
I agree that they look like computer circuits. But the detailed engravings provide the calendar information.
The images on page 50 and 52 is the 'Gateway of the Sun'. The block is andesitic lava. Primitive chisels made of obsidian stone, copper or chicken bone (as has been suggested to have been used at Puma Punku), can not carve andesite or diorite. And to this precision is complete "humbug".
Paraphrasing from the book:
The Gate of the Sun is a calendar marking 12 periods of the year. It also displays the solstices and the equinoxes. Each of these 12 periods has 24 days, only the months Feb. and Apr. have 25. Each of the days has 30 hours and each of these hours has 22 minutes.
The images on pages 67 and 69 is the 'Great Idol'. It weighs around 20 tons. More than a thousand engravings are all aligned in perfect symmetry, not a 10th of a millimeter is free on either side. The illustrations on the Great Idol constitute the most phenomenal calendar imaginable, and the astronomical dates depicted on it reach back as far as 27,000 years bc..