Could Stonehenge have been built by the Greeks?

According to what Aegean Scriptures researcher Minas Tsikritsis says in the RES – EIA, Stonehenge ‘s relationship with ancient Greek culture and specifically with the Cretaceous is close!

As Mr. Tsikritsis observes , “ let us place the imprint of the Palaikastro mechanism on a Stonehenge sketch so that the symmetry line aiming at the Stonehenge summer solstice is identified with the inner line of its double row of crosses. Palaikastro and if we also have a vertical line on the axis, then we notice the following:

(a) in the Palekastro disc, the engraving numbers -14 & 15 above, 16 & 14 below- existing in each of the 4 quadrants as separated by the vertical axes, are uniformly identical with the circles Z΄ and Y΄ with 29 and 30 stones of Stonehenge. (b) in general, the number of engravings (29 and 30) in the inner circle of Palekastro are related to the number of holes in the two circles Z΄ (29) and Y΄ (30) of Stonehenge. The number of these holes or engravings correspond to a lunar month of 29.5 days. In addition, the crowd of 59 Palaikastro engravings can also be identified with the circle of 59 smaller blue stones, called the Blue Stone Circle, around the 5 stone trowels. (c) the outer final round that surrounds Stonehenge, with 57 holes called the Aubrey Holes circle; can be identified with the outer circle of the Palaikastro disc which also has 58 holes. d) There are 19 petal-shaped stones in the Stonehenge trio called Petalos of Galazopres, and the same crowd is present in the Palekastro disc in the form of small holes in two areas of the inner cross, ”explains Tsikritsis.

Stonehenge and Crete!

Finally, based on what is described, it can be seen, says the researcher in the RES – EIA, that “the Minoan civilization should have had contact and contact with the north. As Diodorus states (B2,47), there is a magnificent temple, circular in shape, dedicated to Apollo, where his priests, singing guitar, sang hymns in a dialect near Greek. The relationship of the Transvaalites with the Athenians is said to be of old. ”

He goes on to explain that, based on the latest dating, the construction of the stone with the Blue Stonehenge III stones dates from about 2200 to about 1600 BC. The research and doctoral thesis of I. Velsing (2017) showed that the Minoan Computer dates back to MMI, that is, the same period as the construction of the petal with the “Blue Stones”.

“According to Andrew Fitzpatrick, director of the excavation program at Wessex,” says Tsikritsis, “Sagittarius’ tomb, with C14 radio dating, dates to about 2200 BC. In the petrographic analysis of the blocks, the scientists found that these monoliths were carved and transported from Welsh quarries and estimated that the monument remained in use for about 1500 years, as a place of worship and an astronomical observatory. “

Continuing Mr. Tsikritsis explains to RES-EIA: “A team of Wessex Salisbury experts in 2003 carried out a hi-tech survey of the monument, using laser scanning on all Stonehenge stones. In this way, for the first time, sculptures other than the two well-known swords were discovered.

The first stone-sculptural symbols at Stonehenge were found by Richard Atkinson in 1953 and identified as knives or swords with dimensions from 8 to 36 cm. On the inside of the Sarsen number 53 stone were found some symbols, which, if placed under the glyphic symbols of linear A, are then read as to-na. According to the rules of reading we read the word Stone or Stone, which is interpreted as stone, from ancient Greek in: digits, stone. Hesiod states: “votes; that is, in distress, it sticks;

Similar symbols, he says, were found on the outer face of Sarsen 4 stone, and on the outer surface of stone 3. Especially on stone 3 there are cavities, a shallow rectangle. The significance of these sculptures is debated by archaeologists, and it is probable that incised engravings and swords that resemble Mycenaean swords may have been engraved by those who would construct Stonehenge, the Cretans, as the researcher concludes.

“In many ortholiths the symbol appears morphologically similar to the column of the temple, that is, a column and above a sidewalk stone.

This symbol is a syllable of Linear A with a vowel value na and is an acronym for the word NaFu, which is indirectly witnessed by the adjective na-Fi-jo naFi in Linear B, “the researcher argues, adding that” in conclusion, that it appears the word to-na, Stones = stone three times, and many times the acronym na, reminds us of the logic of our Minoan palaces, where there are engravings of linear A syllables, which were put in stone by the stone-builders internationally. they are called Tekton marks- and vice versa Anon stated that the stone processing had been completed and was ready to be transferred from the mine to the site where it was to be placed. “

“Finally, we consider the symbols that have been designated swords to be Minoan scriptural syllables denoting the word stone and temple,” the Aegean Scripture researcher argues, adding: that Stonehenge is an enlargement of the Minoan astronomical “Palekastro mechanism”, which has now proven to be the first computer to measure time and predict lunar eclipses. We can therefore claim that its most probable builders were related to Minoan culture. “

For Mr. Tsikritsis even the name, one might argue, comes from ancient Greek.

“If we take the etymology we find in the Dictionary of George W. Lemon 1783, where he interprets the word Stone as Stone based on the word Stion. And Henge, which in Norwegian means cream, and in English the word Hang means hanging, is probably etymologically linked to the ancient Greek word γχγχω <Γ 371> πγωγω,, although ὐἄὲὐάράράρ άρὐὲάράράρ ἄνὸὸ ὸὸὶἢ ὶὶωὶἄ the throat. That is, I hang and choke where the pharynx closes and I cannot breathe. “

“The stones, therefore, may have also worked therapeutically in people with difficulty breathing (stress) who, coming into contact with the stones in triplets, were cured,” the researcher said.


Stonehenge is an unpretentious, to this day, construction in England. The purpose of its construction was linked by most researchers to astronomical observations based on pairs of large vertical blocks, four meters each, connected at the top by a massive lintel, forming the known five Trilithas at the center of the observed image. There are 19 petal-shaped stones in the tri-rocks, called the “Blue Petal”, and near the center of the petal lies a carved 4.8-meter gray-blue sandstone stone called the Altar Stone. Around the five trillets there is a circle of 59 smaller blue stones, called the “Blue Stone Circle”. Outside of the Blue Stone Circle, there is the Sarcen Circle, consisting of 30 ortholiths, which were joined by convex lintels, of which 19 are preserved. On these stones, syllables of Linear A are engraved. Around the Sarcen Circle there is Circle Z ‘with 29 holes and around it another Circle Y’ with 30 holes. The 110 m outside outer circle, which encompasses all of Stonehenge, consists of 57 holes and is called the Aubrey Holes Circle.

The line passing through the stones 15 and 16 of the Sarcen circle and the center of the altar stone is connected by a block at the entrance called Heel Stone. This line aims at sunrise during the summer solstice and forms the axis of the entire complex. The exact alignment of this axis, as proved by astronomer Lockier in his book Stonehenge and Other British Monuments (1906), occurred around 1650 BC.

“The Stonehenge construction in the Middle Ages was attributed to the ancient Celts and their Druids teachers, however, excavations in the area do not lead to this theory, since this construction dates back to the 2nd millennium BC. In the Bronze Age the well-known civilizations that could be associated with Stonehenge construction would be Mesopotamian, Egyptian and Cretaceous civilization, “Mr. Tsikristis says in the AP-EIA. They were rectangular and the ziggurat always had a square base. The Sumerians did not build stone or construct circular buildings, so those who designed and erected Stonehenge could not be Sumerians nor Babylonians. “

At the same time, the researcher says, “the Egyptian temples were square, the various pyramids and obelisk backgrounds were square in shape and not circular in shape. However, circular constructions appear in Cretaceous culture. Typically, the Mycenaean burial cycle is a sample of the 16th century construction. e.g. The burial pits, surrounded by a circle of stones, evolved into circular graves buried under a conical, earthen tomb. These constructions cannot be related to Stonehenge, which is not a burial monument, but possibly an astronomical observatory. “

Mr. Tsikritsis also says that “circular buildings that are not burial constructions appear only in the so-called Minos ring. In this ring we see a circular structure at the top of a hill, surrounded by ortholiths. A similar image with a circular sacred building is also depicted in the Mycenaean ring from the chamber tomb 91 of the 15th century. 


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