How the SunGod Reached America
A Guide To Megalithic Sites

Dr. Reinoud M. de Jonge
Jay Stuart Wakefield


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Summary

About 6,000 BC, more than two thousand years before the start of Egyptian civilization, the peoples in the Old World already believed in the SunGod because the stone monuments they left behind contain the number and angle of 23 in their design. This is a holy latitude of the sun religion because 23 North is as far North as the sun moves overhead in the summer.

During this early time period in Europe and Africa, they discovered that all the land in their world faced an enormous sea in the West later called the Atlantic Ocean. Political and spiritual leaders told them that the earth was a big sphere, just like the sun and the moon. They said that all the known land was surrounded by sea and that in the West there was an empire of the dead, at the other side of the earth.

Impressed by this story people tried to cross the ocean to see what was on the other side. They wanted to do that at the level of the Tropic of Cancer at 23 N as the SunGod did each night. From South to North they divided the surface of the earth with latitude lines, and they also used similar lines from East to West.

One after the other they discovered the Canary Islands, the Cape Verde Islands, the Islands of Madeira and Rockall, the Azores, the Faroes, Iceland and Greenland (c.3200 BC). But they did not succeed in crossing the Ocean. All these discoveries were encoded in their Big-Stone-Monuments, in passage graves, stone circles and petroglyphs.

For that reason we call these people the "Megalith Builders." The passage graves were in fact pre-christian churches of the SunGod. Most of these are situated in the west of Western Europe, and they are oriented to the west. So in fact, these are a kind of mission churches.

Later, they discovered the islands of Ascension and St. Helena in the Southern Ocean, but they were still unable to cross the ocean to the West and return. At wit's end, they decide to explore the earth to the East where they discovered Madagascar (East Africa), Australia and America via the Bering Sea.

With these discoveries they then knew that the story of the SunGod was true indeed (that there was a land to the West on the other side) and in South England they built Phase III of Stonehenge, the monument for the discovery of America.

For the first time and with the aid of a compass, they crossed the Atlantic in 2497 BC. With wind and current in their back, they sailed via the Southern Crossing from Africa to South America, but also via the Upper North Route (Greenland).

From North America, they discovered the important islet of Bermuda in c.2200 BC, a new stepping-stone in the return route, always sailed via the Azores and Madeira.

These routes and discoveries are encoded in dated monuments and petroglyphs, as explained in our book How the SunGod Reached America, c. 2500 BC, A Guide to Megalithic Sites

Slowly in North and South America, the peoples of the Old World started small colonies. In New England (US) a small megalithic colony developed that was involved in copper trade with Michigan via the big rivers of the American hinterland and in support of the returning ships of the Old World.

With the aid of the governmental experience of the Egyptians, the civilization of the Olmecs started in Central America (the holy land of Punt). Finally, with the discovery of all the land on the planet earth, the Megalithic Culture ended in 2000 to 1500 BC with the wars and devastation at the end of the Bronze Age.

Dr. Reinoud M. de Jonge

Jay Stuart Wakefield

 

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