posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 09:02 PM
a reply to: SLAYER69
Hello Slayer69 and group,
First of all I am brand new here and only read things, never posted anything – until I saw this post!!! And I had to toss my 2 cents in... I think
this is the coolest forum a lot of interesting discussions for sure.
THIS IS SAGITTARIUS! (at least I am proposing that as one possible interpretation of this Prehistoric Rock art). That constellation seemed to jump out
to me immediately. I worked up the star placements based on the charts (I referred to the Natl Audubon Society Field Guide to the Night Sky to
identify the greek names for each star.) It isn’t a perfect rendering for sure, however there is enough strong suggestion of the Sgr region of the
night sky that I was able to match up a lot of the stars quite readily. This was just a quick look at this, there are probably other stars that should
match up then perhaps. Anyway, thought I would share. (Or maybe this is already common knowledge?). I have been doing a lot of studies with random
patterns and constellation identification and I can see these patterns sometimes stand out.
Here is a link to the work I did showing the star identities:
(I can’t seem to figure out how to post images on this yet, sorry.)
Here is a link to the actual constellation region as the charts show (on
Hope this is of some interest or use.