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The Bornholm connection still didn't get me out of the labyrinth, and I put the whole investigation away. I was too busy, and I was at a dead end. Then last year, by chance, I read that the Burgundians who feature in the Nibelungenlied and Ring of the Nibelungs are from Bornholm.
I'm quite puzzled by the idea of a "Bornholm connection"... Connection to what, exactly? To a geographically geometric arrangement purposefully used by mysterious people in various places? I'd buy that if someone could demonstrate who such people might be, and how "they" would be interconnected despite the apparent lack of connection between the various sites claimed to have suffered their influence... (Once again, no Templars at all anywhere connected to Bornholm church building!)
As to the Wagnerian Nibelungen and their alleged Burgundian origins... I find it very dubious, but the allegation that the Burgundians "are from Bornholm"... that's just plain silly!
So... "sacred geometry"... perhaps... But "who did it", and what does it mean? So far, the "sacred geometry" fans seem to have been excellent at etching elaborate patterns and measurements over maps, but I have yet to see any proposing anything resembling a cogent argument for what this could mean, and who could have been responsible.
At a place where three track ways meet.
The Bornholm connection?
What do the words Et Le Cromleck de Rennes-Les-Bains
There are approximately 4500 megaliths in France alone. They are all over Galacia, Spain where the bagpipes were invented (there's a clue). They are in Turkey (Phrygia)
and get this
They are also in Israel. Jacob (Israel) slept on one, I think they're awesome
too. In fact Pythagoras spent a lot of time on Mount Carmel.
But County Kerry in Western Ireland has the largest concentration of megaliths.They are also all over Bornholm.
But we don't know who placed these there (how could they? The Roman church, who apparantly had a hotline to God, told us that they were far too primitive) so I presume your summing up will be that they don't exist and they are an illusion. Tell you what, lets not discuss them at all ay?
Yes we're well aware of the "If we can't explain them they don't exist"
But if you want to try to know then try googling on the phrase Grooved Ware People
Here's one for you Roger
Where was Jesus when the people who made this needed saving? It's near Wayland Smithy
where you'll find a long Barrow that's crucifix shaped
I personally would like to think this as a reindeer
not a horse. They covered Europe during L'Age du Renne
a period also known as the Magdalenian Period.
Reindeer and megaliths all over Europe? That's just plain silly ay Roger? It can't be therefore it isn't ay Roger?
By the way the date assigned to the megaliths at Haran (you know where Jacob had a kip)
is 11000 years old.