Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Origins of the Heavens' Hinge

The heavens' hinge idea originates from a new solar renewable energy concentration system which uses small fixed pieces of flat reflectors (including tin and copper plate). The maths of this are easier to understand using a geocentric worldview. This system has been prototyped and witnessed as working.
The structural support of one version of this idea appears to be duplicated at Stonehenge. This was discovered quite a while after the first patent application had been filed (no prior art was found during a UK patents office search). 

The extent of the similarities are:
  • Dimensions: All dimensions (of Stonehenge) match the design requirements (using Cleal et al as a primary reference with other works providing supplemental material).
  • Features: All recorded features (Phase 3b: eg inwardly facing circle, level top, height of trilithons) appear to be the same as the required design features of the system.
  • Unpublished features: All required additional features of the model (such as features specific to Stone 54) do exist in the locations predicted (and required) by the mathematical model.
  • External environment: Axis of Heelstone, Station Stones, and all other features found at Stonehenge appear to be an accurate, dimensionally consistent, explanation of the geocentric world description on which the system is based.
  • Timeline: The dating record of features in the archaeological timeline (using Cleal et al) appears to be consistent with the method of development of such a system.
There appear to be no features at Stonehenge which do not fit the model (that is, there are no counter-indications). There appear to be no missing features.

The system creates a very bright light within, and just above, the structure. Revolving slowly around the polar axis, this system creates a local three dimensional mirror image of the sun's movement relative to a fixed world. One purpose of this could be to demonstrate the spherical nature of the heavens.

A similar system in operation:

* Tin was available in the Neolithic: Experiments (Detailed electron probe analysis of European bronzes) have suggested that "For the early bronze age, Northover has noted that tin bronzes were probably exclusively produced in Britain from South-Western cassiterite".

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  1. Nice idea but hugely over engineered!

    Why spend 10 times longer in constructing a stone circle when you can do the same in wood?

    Why place it 2/3 of the way up the hill - surely (as the surroundings was a forest) the best and clearest place to maximise the sun is a 1400m north were its 20% higher?

    Why use mirrors when you can light a fire - especially at night?

    Why dig a ditch?

    Why not do a smaller version?

    Too many unanswered questions?


  2. RJL: Some great questions, I'll do a post for each:.

    "Why spend 10 times longer in constructing a stone circle when you can do the same in wood?"

    Today we have the choice to use low embodied content (eg timber) buildings and so on for some of our short term structures but we do tend to use higher embodied content material and to make statement buildings just for the sake of it.

    We also choose to make huge statement structures to demonstrate the nature of our Universe (eg the Large Hadron Collider at Cern).

    Is it impossible that the people who built this were just as motivated to understand their Universe as we are today?

  3. "Why place it 2/3 of the way up the hill - surely (as the surroundings was a forest) the best and clearest place to maximise the sun is a 1400m north were its 20% higher?"

    The power density (known as irradiance) is virtually identical at ground level compared to the top of most hills in the UK. At the top of the atmosphere, the irradiance is about 1350 watts/sqm and by the time this reaches our latitude's ground level it has fallen to 1000 or less (depending on season, time of day, atmospheric pollution and clouds). With clear skies, the power density is mainly affected by the amount of air that the light has to travel through (this effect is known as solar extinction). I'll put up a detailed explanation of this in the forum.

    In short, it doesn't make any difference.

  4. "Why use mirrors when you can light a fire - especially at night?"

    This system produces a day-time mini-sun moving and rising within and above the structure: An ordinary fire is not capable of producing this kind of brilliant effect. Also, an ordinary fire does not reproduce the sun and then show how it moves around the poles of our World: This "Fixed Earth" (also known as geocentric) world model is thought to have been first invented by Ancient Greek philosophers such as Ptolemy: (see ).

    If this arrangement was done at Stonehenge, the Britons worked out how the heavens move many thousands of years before the Greeks started thinking about it.

    To give an idea of the intensity of light that can be produced, I was able to make cold water boil in just a few seconds using a much smaller mirror array.

    Is it necessary for whatever Stonehenge was used for to be a night-time event?

  5. "Why dig a ditch?"

    The circular ditch could be a by-product of the construction of the circular bank (or it could be vice-versa depending on your view): The bank & ditch were built at an earlier time in the archaeological sequence but do seem to be consistent with an explanation of a geocentric world model.

    A possible purpose of this is described in the "Part 7" video (which is on page 5 at

  6. "Why not do a smaller version?"

    Good question: Bigger is better?

    Thanks for some great comments RJL


  7. Jon

    Last but most important question - why do it at all?

    I don't believe Stonehenge was Built just to watch the Sunrise at summer solstice as Woodhenge would have done just as good of a job.

    So why so much man power to watch a model of the world - what objective benefit to this society would it produce?


  8. Hi RJL

    That question brings up more questions than I had before starting this process!

    One interesting sideline of what we're doing here (study of the mathematics of geocentric worldview models for renewable energy systems) is that some other monuments also appear to have the feature requirements of a 'fixed world' view: If the mathematics of these also prove to correspond (we have yet to check the detailed archaeological evidence but the initial evidence is very strong), then their system features indicate a concern that the Sun or heavens could change their cycle in some way. The initial motivation would almost certainly be a worry about long term agricultural conditions (and perhaps even whether or not it is worth preparing land for farming at all).

    One possible interpretation of this other work is that Stonehenge is a statement structure designed to spectacularly demonstrate to the population that the leaders understood the world and that everything would be all right the next year: The angles of the daytime 'rising star' arrangement allow it to be easily visible to everyone standing to the North-East.

    This might perhaps explain the wide avenue because the boundary lines (of the Avenue) are along the optimum line to allow a very large gathering to watch the event. Winter would be the time of most concern so it might also explain the apparent evidence of feasting happening during the winter period?

    Thanks for the question!


  9. Jon

    I did leave a message on your question on Brian's blog - but he refuses to publish anything that questions his hypothesis or he can't answer - so some threads look incomplete, this is also the case with Kostas comments as you can see on my blog.

    Stonehenge (in my view) is a healing centre and it uses purified water (hence the chalk filter) within its moat and Bluestones (as it has a rock salt) that helps healing. The incomplete monument (Brian is right on that account) is a crescent moon (not circle) directed at the mid-winters sunset. The moon is linked to death, so sunset on the shortest day is significant.

    Now if your machine could heat the spa waters we are in business!!


  10. Hi RJL

    I think I remember the question but I don't know why it would conflict with Brian's theory.: The south west segment of my solar movement demonstration design is the only major part that is an architectural rather than utilitarian feature. By coincidence, Stonehenge also has the south-west segment largely missing with no formal evidence showing that the missing stones existed?

    As it happens, the commercial versions of my systems are capable of heating water and, on a large scale, would be capable of producing steam at a high enough temperature to avoid droplet damage to turbines (for electrical power production or, possibly, fuel generation such as hydrogen or ammonia).

    My design that you're looking at in the videos, which looks a lot like Stonehenge, is configured specifically as a system to demonstrate the spherical nature of the heavens, though it can do a few other tasks efficiently. It is also capable of acting as a renewable energy demonstrator and will be a good central feature for an energy related business park. I doubt it would ever be useful as a system to power a spa though!