New book: ‘The Cygnus Key’ by Andrew Collins

Andrew Collins’ new book is called The Cygnus Key: The Denisovan Legacy, Göbekli Tepe, and the Birth of Egypt.

Book synopsis…

“New evidence showing that the earliest origins of human culture, religion, and technology derive from the lost world of the Denisovans

• Explains how Göbekli Tepe and the Giza pyramids are aligned with the constellation of Cygnus and show evidence of enhanced sound-acoustic technology

• Traces the origins of Göbekli Tepe and the Giza pyramids to the Denisovans, a previously unknown human population remembered in myth as a race of giants

• Shows how the ancient belief in Cygnus as the origin point for the human soul is as much as 45,000 years old and originally came from southern Siberia

Built at the end of the last ice age around 9600 BCE, Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey was designed to align with the constellation of the celestial swan, Cygnus – a fact confirmed by the discovery at the site of a tiny bone plaque carved with the three key stars of Cygnus. Remarkably, the three main pyramids at Giza in Egypt, including the Great Pyramid, align with the same three stars. But where did this ancient veneration of Cygnus come from?

Showing that Cygnus was once seen as a portal to the sky-world, Andrew Collins reveals how, at both sites, the attention toward this star group is linked with sound acoustics and the use of musical intervals “discovered” thousands of years later by the Greek mathematician Pythagoras. Collins traces these ideas as well as early advances in human technology and cosmology back to the Altai-Baikal region of Russian Siberia, where the cult of the swan flourished as much as 20,000 years ago. He shows how these concepts, including a complex numeric system based on long-term eclipse cycles, are derived from an extinct human population known as the Denisovans. Not only were they of exceptional size – the ancient giants of myth – but archaeological discoveries show that this previously unrecognized human population achieved an advanced level of culture, including the use of high-speed drilling techniques and the creation of musical instruments.

The author explains how the stars of Cygnus coincided with the turning point of the heavens at the moment the Denisovan legacy was handed to the first human societies in southern Siberia 45,000 years ago, catalyzing beliefs in swan ancestry and an understanding of Cygnus as the source of cosmic creation. It also led to powerful ideas involving the Milky Way’s Dark Rift, viewed as the Path of Souls and the sky-road shamans travel to reach the sky-world. He explores how their sound technology and ancient cosmologies were carried into the West, flowering first at Göbekli Tepe and then later in Egypt’s Nile Valley. Collins shows how the ancient belief in Cygnus as the source of creation can also be found in many other cultures around the world, further confirming the role played by the Denisovan legacy in the genesis of human civilization”.

Megalithomania talk

At the Megalithomania 2018 conference in Glastonbury, Andrew Collins spent some time discussing ancient Egypt, including the pyramids of Giza and the ancient city of Helwan. He then discussed Göbekli Tepe, before moving on to the Denisovans. He referred to a green chlorite bracelet attributed to the Denisovans, which shows evidence of high speed drilling. He also mentioned that the Denisovans created the first bone needles, and indicating that they had tailored clothing. They also apparently created the first musical instrument, a bone flute or whistle. Finally, Collins suggested that the Denisovans had a “savant” mind, giving them a superior memory, and potentially assisting with Shamanic journeying.

Denisovan bracelet, said to date back 70,000 years

For more about Andrew Collins, try his website

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1 Comment

  1. Reading it,ftom Amazon,delivered to me on August 5th,done with reading in 5 -7 days. Great book with some great shortcomings.Being myself in archeo-astronomies of the world for 27 long years, I’m deeply dissapointed that Andrew Collins didn’t say,not even once in The Cygnus Key,CygnusX1-Black hole,or Yama,its ancient name.He kept the ancient ” myth” to it as in Hamlet’s Mill…Furthermore, CygnusX1-black hole-Wikipedia shows the Swan constellation as bird with RED CIRCLE for the black hole on the Swan’s right wing,decyphering the ” Vulture steka 43″,long before any comments on it by prof.Klaus Schmidt,or Graham Hancock and Andrew Collins! Every hood archeo-astronomer sees right away the similarities between the ” Vulture stela 43″ and the famous Lid of Pakal! Milky Way was known in anvirnt Egypt,as Meri-yam,rather than ” Windy Waterway”! Egypt itself was known as ” Ta(v)-meri! The Cygnus constellation itself,isn’t the ” cosmic womb”! And the soul path/ way is dhown by the Way of Dead,in Teotihuacsn,15°28′ NE-SW,matched by every ” holy way” in the world,and the arrow in Stonehenge,or twin cities like Luxor-Karnak,or Bethlehem-Jerusalem!

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