Chapter 3: The Star Watchers (for Dave)

Ancient bow and arrow
Triple Henge of Thornborough
Orion Orientation of Giza Pyramids.
Great Sphinx alignment with Leo.
Upside-Down Map of Mariner Routes.
“Sun Dagger” petroglyph, Chaco Cultural National Historical Park.
Nazca figure
Angkor Wat
The Churning of the Sea of Milk
The game of Tug of War originated from ancient ceremonies and rituals. Archaeological evidence traces it to Egypt, China, India, Myanmar, New Guinea, and Scandinavia. For example, in the Sun Temple of Konark in India there is a stone relief that shows the game being played.

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