"Hamlet's Mill" emphasized the Precession and resettings for new World Ages. Where can similar views be found?

  • Are you looking for any publication by Hertha von Dechend, or just those concerning the specific approach to archaeoastronomy presented in "Hamlet's Mill"? Are you also interested in publications from other authors supporting similar views? Oct 27 '21 at 17:04
  • Both. I've written about these things but I am new to StackExchange and don't know whether I am allowed to "advertise" by providing references.
    – Stork
    Oct 29 '21 at 9:20
  • If those references may help clarify your question, they are welcome. Nov 1 '21 at 12:37
  • Relevant publications include: J. Saul, The Tale Told in All Lands (2013); Wm. Sullivan, The Secret of the Incas (1996); Harald Reiche's contribution to Astronomy of the Ancients (1979); and J. Saul, What the Stork Brought: African click-speakers and the spread of humanity's oldest beliefs (2019).
    – Stork
    Nov 7 '21 at 9:00

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