Ancient African Skywatchers

The design on the ceiling of Senenmut's tomb (Chamber A, Tomb TT353), who was the chief architect and astronomer during the reign of Queen Hatchepsut. (c. 1473-1458 B.C.), is the oldest astronomical presentation known in Egypt (with the possible exception of the Giza pyramids).
The design on the ceiling of Senenmut’s tomb (Chamber A, Tomb TT353), who was the chief architect and astronomer during the reign of Queen Hatshepsut. (c. 1473-1458 B.C.), is the oldest astronomical presentation known in Egypt (with the possible exception of the Giza pyramids).

African sky watchers were one of the first to stare upwards in awe at the majesty of the night sky and wonder what it all means?

Read about the myths, societies and belief systems they developed during thousands of years watching and recording patterns of lights in the night sky.

Read about the unexplained connection between the African Dogon tribe and Sirius B.

Warren Wong.

Editor and Chief,

Journey to the Beginning of Space and Time.

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