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Mystic Petroglyphs Discovered at Lake Onega
6.08.2008 12:05
Mystic Petroglyphs Discovered at Lake Onega

Karelian archeologists working on the eastern shore of Lake Onega have found 25 earlier unknown Neolithic rock paintings petroglyphs.
      
      Among them there is a picture of dancing people, as well as images of boats, the Moon and the Sun. According to the head of expedition Aleksandr Zhulnikov, the 25 discovered petroglyphs were the missing part of a big picture. Now we can assume with greater amount of certainty that petroglyphs found at Onega Lake represent either a sanctuary or the planets oldest observatory he says.
      
      Now it is turn for astronomers to confirm or refute the hypothesis of the ancient observatory once existing there.
      
      Source: oreanda.ru
      


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