Massive Solar Complex Rediscovered

​Long time San Antonio resident Art Burnett rediscovered a massive ancient solar observatory.
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A Little History


Massive Solar Complex Rediscovered
Long time San Antonio resident Art Burnett rediscovered a massive solar ancient observatory. During his stay at a ranch in West Texas he was given free rein to hunt arrowheads and any rock that took his fancy on May 22, 2014. He picked up a broken,  finely knapped flint point. Closer examination showed it had been killed. Upon turning around he observed a lowering (setting) sun. Art states, “The penny dropped. Panther Gap was/is a natural solstice sunset sight.”   Over a period of a month and more, Art traveled on privately owned ranch roads in order to state his hypothesis. Don Kirk of San Antonio provided preliminary computer assistance. Ms. Alys Elspeth Burnett supplied GPS and other Azimuths so that a paper trail could be established.

​Read Art's Diary of his discoveries on next page.

Photos as well as material TM/Copyright A. Burnett  2014-2017

BETWEEN THE CONCHOS

This one is for Richard Thornton , some of you may recognize it as the Piasa From Alton Ill, However this was in Israel in the 18th Cnt. It is also female.

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Dec 14 2016 Coke County Points Dec 21

Solstice Sunset

                                                                                       

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