More on Europe's Roundels and Hiri Rephaim - From Archives
- The ancient 'Roundel' - What was it used for?The Ancient Gaels/Celts of GilGal - lived on the Greek islands, north and west coasts of Africa as well as Europe, Carthage, Greece, Cana of Galilee, Jerusalem, Turkey, Syria, Arabia, Persia, to India, China, the islands of Ireland, Britain, etc., et al, not counting the Americas.GilGal which is about 5,000 years old, and is near 'Gadera', off the Sea of Galilee (same name as Capitol of Atlantis according to Socrates). And the historical giant, legendary King Og of Bashan/Golan ruled there. Og, himself was known as a rephaim/refaim or 'giant'. GilGal is referred to as a giant wheel or 'Refaim.'(Modern origins of the name 'Rephraim/Refaim': Refa'im in modern Hebrew means "ghosts" or "spirits". The same root underlies the word used in the Tanakh to refer to a race of giants, the "Rephaites", described as the ancient people of the Bashan - modern Golan). The Tanas/Danes/Danish/Danaans were known to have air travel and were also known as the Tribes of Dan, Phoenicians and Babylonians (Big dudes and were the 'Big Wheels').
'Hiri/Huri/Hari/Hiera/Hera/Her' meant Holy, Spirit, God (feminine) and found in the word Hurricane, Hieroglyphs, Hera, Hari, etc., et al. The Greek 'goddess' ('Mother Nature') being the center of the universe, while Her 'daughters' were 'gal axys' ('Gals'), as well as hurricanes/storm clouds on earth, later changed to 'Zeus/Hesus, as were all the other feminine personifications. Odd that Aristotle stated all names ending with a vowel-sound were female names. Might that include Aristotle her/himself?
'Gal axy' meant round ('Round sea' of fire, moving around an axis). Note the word 'Galley' for ship. Perhaps at one time anciently, it also meant round sky vessel; for instance vimana/vi'mana which also means a 'round conveyance' and sky car, is now just the name for engineless, stationary pagodas, painted metallic, but still, to this day, called vimanas.
Kalli meant street, alley or 'Way' - thus Gil Gal could mean round street or way'.Sounding like Lao Tzu's 'Way' wherin it was also stated the 'Way was round.
Below are two aerial views of 'GilGal/Hiri Rephaim' filled in over the years by dirt, and is surrounded by mountains in background. Being dug up, nothing has yet been found so far, except a later burial in center.
This earth buried structure pre-dates a four thousand year old mound tomb in its center. Possibly the people who buried the individual in the mound were not the site's original builders, or maybe were possible descendants?The site's dimensions and its location on a wide plateau scattered with hundreds of dolmens (Gaelic/Celtic burial structures), means that an aerial perspective allows for a fuller appreciation of its layout. From above one can see a large circle (slightly oval) of basalt rocks, containing four smaller, concentric circles...