Hi Bright Stars!Did you know that the ancients were adept at spatial mathematics? Domes, cairns, and petroglyphs are practical utensils. In this video we explore how a gnomon, an analemma, and the mathematical formulas revealed within the Ogham Fews teach us trigonometry and time keeping.Thanks for watching! Keep Shining Bright!!! To spread the word and […]
A place for inspiration to learn and stars to shine. Brought to you by our host, Heather Stargazer. Heather is an artist and writer who is drawing lines between the art of science and new views on history. What has already been discovered? What will we discover next? Heathen Stargazers is a socially interactive group […]
Wasn’t that DaVinci’s man? No, no. He just named it that after the person who originally invented it. I think I met that guy a super long time ago. He was named Vitruvious and he wouldn’t stop talking about harmonious columns. It was his man. Gosh, it feels like it was another lifetime. Just kidding. […]
HS uses radians to measure schematic drawings by Peter Tompkins of interior footprint and interior area of Great Pyramid
HS Reply on YouTube: No worries Margaret. I’m having a hard time keeping up with myself here. Lol The radian’s are almost the equivalent of a sixth of the circumference. There’s a remainder of the circumference that equals 0.283… So when we divide the circle into its maximum number of radian’s, we wind up the […]
What do tetramorphs, tarot, and gyroscopes have in common? Helping us find our way, of course! In this video we wander through a unique, octagonal Catholic Shrine to examine many symbols present in ancient structures, astrology, and a particular card in the tarot to decipher their meanings in common.