from THE RIDDLE OF PREHISTORIC BRITAIN
To decipher its meaning it must be read from the top, or head, downwards,
the summit being what the ancients termed the Square of Heaven.
Square of Heaven
Par-Ammon, or Ptah, divided the heavens into four quarters and thus formed
the Square of Heaven. Horus (or Apollo) was Guide of the Northern Horizon
and was depicted in the form of a pole, or pillar (i.e, the North Pole of the
Heavens), surmounted by a hawk as the Guardian of Set. Horus-Apollo is
symbolised here by two hawks' heads at the northern extremity, woven into
the design, and the Pole is shown on either side.
WHOSE CELESTIAL SYMBOLS
RECORD THE FLOOD,
THE TWIN COMETS
SHOWN BY TWO LINKED CIRCLES.