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Wheel of the Refaim
December 15, 2008, 9:44 am
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One of the last great barely known wonders of the ancient world is a Stonehenge-like monument sitting atop Israel’s Golan Heights. Called Gilgal Refaim in Hebrew (The Circle Of The Refaim or “Wheel of the rafaim”). It is one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the world. The monument consists of five concentric stone rings whose diameter is155 meters. The best preserved of the rings is the outermost, whose height reaches 2 meters and thickness 3.3 meters. The central dolmen is built from relatively smaller rocks. Connecting to it are four main stone walls. The first wall, shaped like a semicircle, is 50m in diameter and 1.5m wide. That wall is connected to a second one, an almost complete circle 90m in diameter. The third wall is a full circle, 110m in diameter and 2.6m wide. The fourth and outermost wall is the largest: 150m in diameter and 3.2m wide. The circles are connected by smaller stone walls. In the center is a mound, or dolmen, approximately 20 metres in diameter and five metres in height. Some of the stones used to create the ring weigh twenty tons. The total weight of the stones is 37,000 tons. In the middle of the rings is a cairn, topped by a tumulus, measuring twenty meters across. Despite the obvious attraction to archaeologists, the rings remained hidden while the suspicious Syrian regimes held the Golan Heights and were only opened to inspection after Israel won the area in the Six Day War of 1967.
Gilgal Refaim גלגל רפאים, is a stone circle and ancient megalithic monument in the Golan Heights, not far from Gamla, some 16 kilometres east of the eastern coast of the Sea of Galilee, in the middle of a large plateau covered with hundreds of dolmens. Nearby is an ancient settlement dating from the Early Bronze Age.
The complex comprises more than 42,000 basalt rocks, arranged in circles. In the center is a mound 5-6 metres tall, from which protrude several layers of stone walls. Some of the walls form complete circles, and others incomplete. The outermost wall has a circumference of close to half a kilometre, and a diameter of more than 150 metres. The site was probably built during the Copper Age, and is estimated to be about 5,000 years old. There are several hypotheses about the site’s purpose, ranging from a calendar, to a tomb or site of worship.

One feature of the rings has particularly fascinated the few people who have studied them. Itis the meaning of two large openings, somewhat like doorways, one facing northeast, the other southeast. In 1968 Professor Yonathan Mizrahi of the Department of Anthropology at Harvard
University and Prof. Anthony Aveni of Colgate University discovered that in 3000 BCE, the first rays of the summer solstice would have appeared directly through the northeast openingas seen from the central tumulus. At the same time, the southeast opening provided a direct
view of Sirius. One function of the circles then, was an astronomical observatory and stellar calendar. Or was it?

Prof. Mizrahi is doubtful. “Why would they have undertaken such a massive building project, collecting 37,000 tons of stone and painstakingly laying them down to last forever, when the same task could have been completed using one rock and a stick?” In fact, no one knows why the site was built — thus speculation is rife. Micah Ankouri, for instance, writing in Teva Ve’aretz (Land and Nature) spends five pages trying to provide a
connection between the circles and Far Eastern mandalas. He concludes that Gilgal Refaim was an “astronomical observatory providing social harmony through its communal construction and proof of the perfection of the universe.” The astronomical dating confirms lichenometric tests and carbon dating of potsherds found on the site. In fact, the professors erred on the side of conservatism. The shards dated to the Early Bronze Age, 3rd millennium BCE, 5000 years ago. A three layered burial monument was
added to the central cairn a thousand years later. Thus, the circles pre-date the pyramids and Babylonian temples, making them the oldest astronomical complex in the Middle East. The mysteries continue. Gilgal Refaim is the only megalithic astronomical complex on earth built of loose stones. Gilgal Refaim was the only such undertaking in the Middle East at the time. There was no apparent cultural reason for this unique engineering project.
No one could have seen the shape of the monument from ground level and there were no hills nearby to gaze upon it. Yet the monument could only have been appreciated from above. It was as likely a message to the stars as a stellar observatory. In the general region of the rings are hundreds of dolmens, similar in appearance to those found in northern Britain and France. Moshe Hartal, Chief Archaeologist of the Golan
explains, “We have identified 8,500 dolmens of twenty separate styles on the Golan Heights. Each tribe had its own dolmen style. The biggest dolmen stones weigh over 50 tons and are seven meters in height. Graves are found within some domens but not all. Their function was not purely funereal.” If the dolmens surrounding Gilgal Refaim were an integral part of the site, then it was an enormous project encompassing more area than at the Giza pyramids. Hartal is reluctant to draw such a conclusion, taking the more conservative view that the dolmens were built over time around the attraction of the circles. One fact stands out. The local nomadic tribes of the time did not build any other remotely similar monument. Circle building was not a fashion of the era among the herdsmen and that, combined with their unsuitable, primitive technology, seems to rule out their construction of
the circles. If the local inhabitants didn’t build the rings, then who did? Surprisingly, there is strong evidence that the biblical giants or Refaim were the architects and engineers who constructedthe monument.
Consider the following biblical clues :

— In Genesis 14:5, we are told the Refaim inhabit the place called Ashtherot-Karnaim. Just ten miles from the rings is the site of an ancient Canaanite city called Ashtarot. It is named after the Canaanite goddess of war and, contradictorily, love.

— In Joshua 12:4, we learn that “King Og of Bashan, the last of the Refaim, who lived at Ashtherot … ruled a territory stretching From Mount Hermon in the north…

— In 1 Chronicles 6:71, we are told that the half-tribe of Manasseh later inhabited “Golan,” in Bashan.

— The most explicit description of the size of the people of Bashan is found in Deuteronomy 3. King Og is attacked and defeated. “King Og of Bashan was the last of the great Refaim. His iron bedstead is kept at Rabbah… and measures thirteen and a half feet long and six feet wide.” In the same chapter we are informed that “The Sidonians called Mount Hermon, ‘Sirion.'”

— In Deuteronomy, we are told that the Refaim “were a large and powerful tribe, as tall as the Anakim (giants).”
— In Chronicles 20, the last of the Anakim is killed. “A giant with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot, whose father was also a giant,… was killed by David’s nephew Jonathan. These giants were descendants of the giants of Gath and were killed by David and his soldiers.”
The respected Jerusalem biblical author, Rabbi Yisrael Herczeg confirms the possibility that giant heavenly beings or their descendants could have constructed the circles. “The Jewish oral tradition says Og, the King of Bashan, stowed away on Noah’s ark and was the only survivor of the flood outside Noah’s family. Og was descended from the Nefilim, deities who fell from the heavens.” No, more like fallen angels. Og had children with Noah’s daughters and they were hybrid giants called the Anakim or Refaim. They existed in ancient times and the Bible records their presence in the Golan Heights. They could have built Gilgal Refaim. Archaeologist Yonathan Mizrahi, one of the first to excavate there, found that to someone standing in the very center of the circles on the morning of the summer solstice in 3000 B.C., “the first gleam of sunrise would appear at the center of the northeast entryway in the outer wall.”

 

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Golan Heights

Golan Heights that spread over 1250 square kilometers are an important spring region that supplies 4 states with water. The great presence of static electricity in this region can be deduced from the high number of megalithic structures. A local circular structure of diameter of 159 meters is composed of five concentric circles that are laid out by freely laying stones that all weigh 37 000 tons in total. The heaviest single stones that were used weight about 20 tons. Around this structure there is further 8 500 dolmens and menhirs, the heaviest weighing 50 tons and they are up to 7 meters in height.
Golan Heights may be thought of as a natural laboratory, which can provide us with historical information, in view of research. The static electricity that is almost unknown to present science was crucial for all megalithic structures that were built around the Earth. The new knowledge about properties of static electricity that I describe at http://www.miroslavprovod.com provides more in depth information via continuing research about the mysteries of construction of megalithic structures with combination of different types of rocks, for example Stonehenge, Machu Picchu and many others.
The megalithic structures had all the same function. They accumulated static electricity in their matter, which they gained from various sources. At Golan Heights the sources are mainly underground springs, which provide the megaliths with the static electricity charge.
The “electronics of human body” takes the static electricity from cellular membranes in order to maintain functionality of all organs. The static electricity is continuously supplied by mitochondria. It can be proved by various experiments that the charge of human body can be filled by other means as well – by staying close to greater source of static electricity, which spontaneously gives the energy to cellular membranes. The transfer of energy is rather slow. In case of transfer between a rock and a human body it takes tens of minutes. This shows that the megalithic structures and later also sacral structures were built mainly for health purposes.
Golan Heights are a great hint, which needs greater research to be done. By this I mean gathering of statistical data about all the megaliths in this region, mainly from which types of rocks the individual dolmens were built and their chemical composition. The great ratio of dolmens to the population hints that the reason for building them wasn’t only filling the bodily energy. It may be deduced from the combination of rocks at many of the structures that it mattered through which part of the rock the static electricity went. It’s probable that it was influenced by chemical properties of the rock, which it transferred to the cellular membranes of human body. If the combination of different types of rocks is proved by the dolmens it would logically point out that the reason for building them was curing of various bodily anomalies.
Big groups of megaliths aren’t only at Golan Heights but at various places around the Earth. Further statistical data from other regions would make more believable knowledge not only about history but also about static electricity. From the economic point of view the “re-discovered” energy may bring great motivation to people in many fields.

January 2009-01-06
Miroslav Provod

Comment by Miroslavb Provod

not for health purposes, but to impress people with feelable effects that could be credited to false gods and their crafty priests. probably also to reinforce whatever psychi energy and magic was being worked charged up with the energies of pain, death and shed blood.

Comment by Justina

You close minded or what, did you read the scientists comments on Wheel of the Refaim

Comment by godssecret

crazy shit, bob!~

Comment by JT

So are these Nephilim coming back?

Or are they still here?

Comment by Skywatcher

There is much from the ancient texts on this

https://godssecret.wordpress.com/category/sons-of-god/

Comment by godssecret

lepo 🙂

Comment by plavusa

How very interesting . First I’ve heard of this type of thing in that area.
How interesting is our ancient history!!
Thanks for all the postings.

Comment by earthlady

Reblogged this on Lissa's Humane Life and commented:
– In Genesis 14:5, we are told the Refaim inhabit the place called Ashtherot-Karnaim. Just ten miles from the rings is the site of an ancient Canaanite city called Ashtarot. It is named after the Canaanite goddess of war and, contradictorily, love.

– In Joshua 12:4, we learn that “King Og of Bashan, the last of the Refaim, who lived at Ashtherot … ruled a territory stretching From Mount Hermon in the north…

– In 1 Chronicles 6:71, we are told that the half-tribe of Manasseh later inhabited “Golan,” in Bashan.

– The most explicit description of the size of the people of Bashan is found in Deuteronomy 3. King Og is attacked and defeated. “King Og of Bashan was the last of the great Refaim. His iron bedstead is kept at Rabbah… and measures thirteen and a half feet long and six feet wide.” In the same chapter we are informed that “The Sidonians called Mount Hermon, ‘Sirion.’”

– In Deuteronomy, we are told that the Refaim “were a large and powerful tribe, as tall as the Anakim (giants).”
— In Chronicles 20, the last of the Anakim is killed. “A giant with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot, whose father was also a giant,… was killed by David’s nephew Jonathan. These giants were descendants of the giants of Gath and were killed by David and his soldiers.”
The respected Jerusalem biblical author, Rabbi Yisrael Herczeg confirms the possibility that giant heavenly beings or their descendants could have constructed the circles. “The Jewish oral tradition says Og, the King of Bashan, stowed away on Noah’s ark and was the only survivor of the flood outside Noah’s family. Og was descended from the Nefilim, deities who fell from the heavens.” No, more like fallen angels. Og had children with Noah’s daughters and they were hybrid giants called the Anakim or Refaim. They existed in ancient times and the Bible records their presence in the Golan Heights. They could have built Gilgal Refaim. Archaeologist Yonathan Mizrahi, one of the first to excavate there, found that to someone standing in the very center of the circles on the morning of the summer solstice in 3000 B.C., “the first gleam of sunrise would appear at the center of the northeast entryway in the outer wall.”

Comment by Lissakrhumanelife




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