Archaeo astronomy talks 2017 in Johannesburg in July

The annual archaeo astronomy talks 2017 in Johannesburg in July is an introduction and update on the latest developments in archaeo-astronomy, artefact analysis, and architectural mysteries of ancient sites.

The presentations include three slide show presentations by the author; a copy of Stoneprint; a copy of The Red Serpent of Rennes le Chateau; a colour poster of Gobekli Tepe site; and text and image files on a USB stick.

The talks are on three Sundays in the winter holiday, July 9, 16, and 23; 9am-1pm, in Roodepoort. The booking fee is R450.00, including books and USB files in advance. Contact Edmond Furter, 011 955 6732,


Kindly forward this invitation to anyone in Gauteng province with an interest in ancient civilisation.

Ancient Astronomy talks 2017 poster.

The presenter, Edmond Furter, is the author of:

2014 Mindprint, the subconscious art code., USA

2016 Stoneprint, the human code in art, buildings and cities. Four Equators Media, Johannesburg

2015 Gobekli Tepe, between rock art and art. Expression 9. Atelier Etno (Also in the book, Rock art: Where, When, Why, to Whom. Ed. Anati, E)

2015 Art is structural magic, not illustration. Expression 10, Dec. Atelier Etno (Also in the book: Art and religion. Ed. Anati, E)

2015 Structural rock art analysis in the Matobo range. ASAPA conference paper (in press for 2017)

2015 Abstract signs in art are shorthand for cultural structure. Expression 13. Atelier Etno

2015 September, Author of the Month: Gobekli Tepe reveals cultural structure

2016 Colonial artists re-style the same characters. Expression 14, Atelier Etno

2017 Recurrent cultural features reveal objective archetypal meaning. (in press)



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