What do the spirals of Newgrange mean?

I recently visited Newgrange and Knowth with my wife and kids and I was really astounded at the passage tomb in Knowth.  The massive boulders surrounding it seem to show spirals and wavy lines alternating along the outside of it.

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These people worshipped the Sun, and we know that light in Newgrange enters the tomb right up to the altar during the winter solstice climaxing on 21st of December.

Knowth is configured to catch the light during the solstice in spring and autumn.

They are truly wonderful monuments that are a testament to the skills and craftsmanship of the people at the time.  Apparently no water has gotten through the roofs of these monuments since they were built thousands of years BC.

These people placed a great emphasis on building something that would last the test of time.  They were perhaps trying to preserve a message for future generations… so what could that message be?

The spiral is constantly seen of course and so too, particularly in knowth are wavy lines.  I can’t help but feel that they are talking about physics, perhaps a standing wave, vs transfer sine wave, or the particle nature of energy such as an photon, vs something fuzzier such as a light wave.

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We know electrons display some mass, and have weird properties. e.g. either their momentum or location can be predicted but as one property is observed more closely the other becomes indeterminate… this is one of the baffling things about our amazing universe… an electron has been described as a wavicle in the past as it has the properties of both a wave and a particle just like light does, however it is a fundamental building block of matter.

My suggestion therfore is that the ancient people had some understanding of this, perhaps it was passed down to them from a pre-ice age culture that was similarly advanced like us, which suffered some sort of catastrophic end of days type scenario, where only a certain few survived and tried to preserve their information into the future as best they could.

So what were they trying to do at Newgrange?  If the spirals mean matter, and the waves mean light then perhaps what they were trying to do inside at the centre of the monument/temple was manifest something into reality from the special light that was entering the tomb.

DSC_0225Apparently it comes in as a magic orange glow and trickles up the tomb right into the centre, which as three areas within.  Perhaps, when a few people in there, or even the entire tribe believed something would manifest from the light, it actually did because what we observe and believe tends to happen… perhaps this is the earliest form of The Secret being demonstrated.

It’s certainly a concept worth exploring, so if you are lucky enough to win the lottery to attend the solstice event in Newgrange, make a wish for something to become a reality and you never know!!!

Here are some images of the trip below…

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3 thoughts on “What do the spirals of Newgrange mean?”

  1. Jesus came from Africa and therefore he was black, if ever such a man existed??? How can anyone of this world not know that Jesus was of dark skin with woolly hair…Read ANY scripture and it is written clearly that Jesus mother was of the tribe Kimet a black tribe, i’m sorry to break this to you but i thought it was common knowledge that black people was the first man on the planet, likewise Jesus…

  2. yes but nobody knows what his dad looks like… how much of Mary’s DNA was in the child? It is of little consequence but the image on the shroud of turin shows a man with nordic blonde or completely white hair…

  3. I think the following statement is incorrect “Knowth is configured to catch the light during the solstice in spring and autumn.”

    It is actually the equinox not the solstice, the solstice is when the sun lights up newgrange for a few days around the 21st of dec.
    The design of knowth is for the equinox which occurs twice each year, around 20 March and 23 September.

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