recoveredscience.com            We offer surprises about   

in our books and games based on the  Phaistos Disk

by H. Peter Aleff

BOARD GAMES

Game of the Goose
and Labyrinth

Goose Introduction

Riddle of Goose

Goose Game Rules

Labyrinth Riddle

Phaistos Disk Riddle

Labyrinth clues 1

Labyrinth clues 2  >>>

Labyrinth clues 3

Labyrinth rules 1

Labyrinth rules 2

Goose versus Disk

Solomon's Labyrinth 1

Solomon's Labyrinth 2

Phaistos Disk Story

Summary of Volume One

Table of Contents

Riddle introduction

Translation examples

New perspective

Rosette symbolism

Rosette examples

Gameboard tracks

Heads on Disk

Philistine connection

Philistine fluted crown

Senet as key to Disk

Senet enduring magic

Calendar gameboards

Marks on Senet squares

Senet and Phaistos Disk

Metonic cycle on Disk

Command- Life- Down

T-shirt sign Tartarus

Preview Vol. 2
Reader responses

Quantumgame
Before Quantum
Quantum Now
Rules for Quantum
Quantum Responses
Quantum Reviews 1
Quantum Reviews 2
Quantum Reviews 3
Quantum Rewards
 


Visit our other Sections:


Prime Patterns

Constants

Astronomy

Medicine
 


Store Stuff:


Home Page
Search this site
FAQ about e-books
Download free e-books
Sign in for updates
Our Privacy Policy
Useful Links
Rebranding
About us
email us
 

 

 

 

 
Footnotes :

 
1 The Skymap Pro program is available from Chris Marriott at www.skymap.com

 


  

 

  

  The Royal Game of the Goose

 

and of the Phaistos Labyrinth

 
  

 

Phaiskycomparison.gif (43054 bytes)

Clues to the Labyrinth (Part 2): Look in the northern skies on a clear night, then compare 

the stars there with the "falcon", the  "serpent", the "striding man", and the "hoof" next to him that all orbit around the "hub" on the labyrinth gameboard.  Include the star- stippled triangle in field 7 that occupies the open spot in the falcon-serpent orbit.
 
Or click on the thumbnail drawing above for a view of those skies as seen
from Phaistos in 1600 BCE, produced with the SkyMap Pro 4.0 astronomy program1.  The left side shows constellation lines that modern chartmakers paint on the sky.  On the right side, you see the brightest stars connected into "Cretan 

Labyrboardcolor39KB.jpg (77864 bytes)

constellations" that resemble the Phaistos signs in orbit around the "north pole" on the Labyrinth gameboard.


This arrangement of the signs also matches the ancient mythology :
 

In Ancient Egypt, the emblem of the sun god Horus was a falcon, and his inseparable adversary Seth was often shown as a serpent.  Horus grew up each day to become his own father Osiris, the old and dead sun that would engender the new Horus.


Seth battled and killed his twin brother Osiris on
the 26th of the month of Thoth, a day of bad luck in all the fortune-telling calendars along the ancient Nile.  Twenty- six is twice our still unlucky 13, and twice 26 is 52, the field where the Phaistos falcon lies upside down, a universal sign of distress.
 
After being killed by Seth, Osiris went into the sunless netherworld for his afterlife.  After the falcon's distress on the Disk, the next field on its and the serpent's chess- knight's path is the first field on that path that shows them without the rayed sun- head. 
 
The Egyptians celebrated the resurrection festival of Osiris with a procession of 34 gods in 34 boats.  Field 34 pairs the falcon and serpent with a "bough of life".
 

A feather was in Ancient Egypt one of the symbols for rightness and the purified soul.  On Judgment Day, the heart of the deceased was weighed against a feather and would have tilted the scales if it had been heavy with sin.
 

Live pharaohs were identified with the sun.  When dead, they rose to the sky to circle high up with the "immortal" northern stars, and to rule them with their scepter as they had ruled on Earth.
 

Thorax, the Greek loanword for chestcage, also named the armor to protect that chest. The syllabic sign TAR from the Cretan Linear B script a couple of centuries after the Disk looks just like the corselets on the Disk and like the pictures of chest armor from those days. 


Tartessos the fabulous town lies far in the west, as does Tarrha, the westernmost port of western Crete.  And to reach Tartarus, the Greek place of the dead, Odysseus had to sail west
 
The boat was a symbol of travel and the main means of transportation for the sun god.  The repeated combination of the sun head with the boat and the "tar" T-shirt sign would then mean "the sun is traveling west".  

This would at long last confirm that our day-star was moving back then in the same direction as today, even before the biblical Joshua told it to stand still.

Continue here for more clues, or buy the Game of the Goose and of the Labyrinth
at
www.gamepuzzles.com
  

 
 

Return to navigation bar    Back to top     About us
Our Privacy Policy     Useful Links     Rebranding

Contact us at recoveredscience.com
2097 Cottonwood Drive, Vineland, NJ 08361  USA

All not otherwise credited material on this site is
1982 to 2015 H. Peter Aleff. All rights reserved.