December 27, 2012 2:41
Arkaim — ancient Aryans Observatory
Very interesting results of research known Russian astroarheologa K.K.Bystrushkina, which in 1990 was -91 researched Arkaim as an astronomical observatory. It describes itself Konstantin Arkaim — building not just difficult, but even sophisticated complex. In the study plan immediately revealed its similarity to the famous monument of Stonehenge in England. For example, the diameter of the inner circle of Arkaim indicated everywhere equal to 85 meters, in fact it is a ring with two radii — 40 and 43.2 meters. (Try to draw!) Meanwhile, the radius of the ring, "Aubrey holes" at Stonehenge — 43.2 meters! And Stonehenge, and the arch located at the same latitude, both in the center of a bowl-shaped valley. And between them almost 4,000 kilometers.
Astronomical method used K.K.Bystrushkinym grow old Arch another 1,000 years — about 28 century BC!
Summarizing all the facts obtained, we can say: Arkaim — prigorizontnaya Observatory. Why prigorizontnaya? Because the measurements and observations have been used at the sunrise and sunset luminaries (Sun and Moon) to the horizon. And pinpoint the moment of "separation" (or touching) the lower edge of the disk, which allows the most accurate place to detect this event. If you watch the sunrise, we note that the point of sunrise each day will move from its previous location. Reaching maximum north June 22, this point then moves to the south, reaching to the other at around 22 December. This is the cosmic order. Number of clearly visible points of observation of the sun — four. Two — the point of sunrise on June 22 and December 22, and two of the same point of call — on the other side of the horizon. Add two points — the equinoxes on March 22 and September 22. This gave a fairly accurate determination of the length of the year. However, in the year there are many other significant events. And they can be marked with a different light — the moon. Despite the difficulties in its observation, yet the ancient people knew the laws of its motion across the sky. Here are some: 1) Full Moon falling close by June 22, observed at the point of the winter solstice (December 22.) And vice versa. 2) Events Moon migrate at the solstices with a cycle of 19 years ("high" and "low" Moon). Arkaim the observatory to monitor and moon. All in all these huge walls of circles could capture 18 astronomical events! Six — associated with the sun, and twelve — linked with the Moon (including the "high" and "low" of the Moon). For comparison, the researchers succeeded in isolating Stonehenge only 15 celestial events.