The discovery of a 5000-year-old Sun Temple and an ancient "time machine" - Stone Age calendar - in Canada led scientist Gordon Freeman to ground-breaking discoveries in Stonehenge. During fieldwork and research from 1986 to 2006, Freeman found striking similarities between the surface geometry of the two sites. These similarities push back the boundaries of written history and have far-reaching implications for North American and European history.
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About the Author
Gordon Freeman was born in 1930 in Hoffer, Saskatchewan, and was introduced to Stone Age artefacts at the age of six. His father collected stone projectile points and stone tools from the Saskatchewan prairie after dry winds had blown away tilled soil.
He obtained an M.A. from the University of Saskatchewan, a Ph.D. from McGill, and a D.Phil. from Oxford. He is a Chemical Physicist, was for ten years Chairman of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Alberta, and for thirty years Director of the Radiation Research Centre there. He is now a Professor Emeritus. For forty years he has pioneered interdisciplinary studies in chemistry, physics, and human societies. Interdisciplinary is now the standard approach to understanding in the sciences and humanities. He has published more than 450 articles, and two books.
Table of Contents
A Note on the Photographs xii
Part 1 Ómahk
1 Temples and Time 1
2 Setting the Stage 11
3 Ómahkiyáahkóhtóohp, or OldBigArrangement 23
Part 2 Stonehenge and Preseli Mountain, Wales
4 Stonehenge and Preseli Mountain 79
5 Stonehenge's Solar and Lunar Calendars 155
Part 3 History of the Christian Calendar
6 Ómahk Reveals a Strange Fact 185
Selected Bibliography 260
List of Figures 271
About the Author 293