Stone Library


The language the Ancients used was in part designed to provide huge amounts of detail using Simbology instead of words. Words can only convey so much detail. Symbols and trigonometry can convey so much more using the same basic tools. So in map making the language they used is not letters. The language used is location of said rock/megalith/kiva/cliff dwelling/monolith, etc.

x feet from A geological formation, y elevation from the closest "floor" geologically speaking the bottom of the closest valley, z the direction the sun hits the stone. Those geometry variables are a language to those cultures.

It is important to note that using geometry as a language is what cartographers have been using as a language/way to communicate for a very long time. The ancients simply used a much more complex version of cartography. But hid it so well that for the last many millennia the secrets of this language have been hidden.

That same language is used in architecture.




You see that line between pyramid A and location B. That line has to bisect a degree on both sides in order to arrive at said destination.

Is this Biblical; absolutely. Genesis 4(Ansuz/communication); 7 (Gebo partnership), Enoch’s task of building.




The location in which each megalith is placed as well as its degrees from each other, those tell a specific story. All letters in the Futhark are also Numbers. So the numbers involved with both location and degrees from each other those numbers convert to letters. Combine those letters into words, combine words into sentences, this is actually a library.


American Mound Builders

The Hopi Kiva configurations

Megalith configurations

Egypt Pyramid Library Configuration

South American Pyramid configurations









TR Welling