The Phaistos disc . -An old Cretan Moon calendar

MY ADVENTURE

When first the 70 stems was unravelled succesfully, the great expectation was to find a relation between these 70 stems of two signs, and the 75  isolated stem elements missing one unit. Here arranged in my first and still highest priority illustration.


The second advancement was the gnomonical arrangement of the above relations, which possess the quality, that it utilize a master-proposal for the quantitativ identity of the absent units, in that the two halfs will be equal. Note the fingerpost 'multipla eleven'.


Then I did allow myself to turn this magic kaleidoscope an inch further, to study its next reflexions in the hope thereby to unriddle exatly what absent units belong in which signgroups. Those experiments involved square numbers of a step pyramid: 144 +100 +(64 +36 +16 +  4 +  1) =365. The signs in hierarchical order. -All signgroups on one string.


Through a wealth of similar small observations, which with sovereignity undermine any earlier notions of the signgroups as written words, I gained an intimate knowledge for the calendrical structure of the inscription, so I could say, as the first, that I had retrieved this secret from our Cretan ancestors: The Minoan calendar.


THE DISTRIBUTION OF ALL UNITS INTO VARIOUS GROUPS

Also the 50 stem-signgroups consist of 290 units in total (thorns incl.), which go 29 x10, - and the 11 reduced signgroups hold 75 units, or 29 x2, +17.

http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/blueberry2.htm

RELATED CALENDARS

The civic Egyptian calendar was composed of 12 months of 30 days giving a 360-day year. Each month was divided into three decades, finally was added 5 epagomenal days.


The Phaistos disc reveals a variation of the same system: 12 months of 29 days with two weeks of 17 and 12 days, then again 17 days at new year. Remember that a lunation last approximately 29.5 days; which make the equal choice of either 29 or egyptian 30 days.


To understand this old Cretan calendar, you need to have a certain knowledge about my 22 stem-forms: then you will not be disturbed by, that this is not a linear construction, like writing or like an autostrada, but the months for instance are present inside a hidden symmetry. This proof is about quantities on par with other types of solutions.

My precise stems led immitiately to the eight months calendar, expandable to 365 days. This discovery is held from acceptance for incredible 30 years!

http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/blueberry2.htm

 


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Simply define 22 stem forms of two signs, and find all 70 stems hidden in the sign material of 244 signs .Consequently take a census of the isolated 75 stem elementss, which do not possess the second units. The remaining materiale is of 29 non-stem elements, and 17 thorns.

The Minoan calendar is reborn -: Those four numbers are all expressible through a shift between 12 and 17 :

70 =12 +17 +12 +17 +12 -, 75 =17 +12 +17 +12 +17 -, 29 =17 +12 -, 17 =17.

Perhaps the diversified look of the glyphs has no other purpose, than to differentiate them from one another into 46 dissimilar species for counting reasons. (17 +12 +17).

Ole Hagen

Literature:       http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/phaistos.htm                                               

All the puzzling amounts of signs following the subgroupings of the inscription in the wake of my stemdefinition fit into those patterns of alternating 12 and 17.

BLOWING THE WHISTLE.

This inscribed disc was closed with seven seals for over one hundred years. this excuses (or not) the still, but fading echo saying: " Today the disc remains one of the most famous unsolved puzzles of archaeology"; but it is a calendar!

Do not forget that we are on the edge of pre/historic time, and the excact details in such calendar are doomed to be hypothetical: but it is a fact that my unravelling of the 70 stem elements reveals its structure as calendrical.

dan5mark@yahoo.com

Ole Hagen.

 

CONTINUED ...

This 'venture is not about an 'in imagination only' competition between me and the potential editorial persons, whom I entrusted in confidence to my 'discovery' for assessment and publication; It is still about to confirm my claim for the key 'the 22 stem forms', and the main subdivisions that they bring along.

I once looked through most linguistic interpretation for the disc from the past century, and made the astonishing observation, that the utmost serious translations did not have a single syllable in common, -depressingly; but we have got this other hope: That the glyphs represent a calendar instead.

I then made this appeal: Study my 22 stem-forms, my figures for experimential reasons, please. -like syllables so numbers. Do you reach the same conclusion as I, that the figures reveal the calendar of the Minoans? I have certainly made my advancements clear. Compared to yours parallel results on my ideas: Do we have an agreement. Is the Phaistos disc eventually settled?

NB: If anyone should really be in doubt, if 'language or calendar', then have a quick look at my straight forward linear transcription into a http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/demo2.htm two third part calendar. This observation alone makes 'sun and moon' much more plaussible than language.

 

Consider the Phaistos disc solved

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