>So the Constellation of Orion is shown with multiple dots in
cave art and more but what exactly are all these dots representing?
>From my research I believe this was something that the ancients
were seeing in the night sky and its my personal belief that what they
were seeing in the night sky was explosions from alien spacecraft which
lit up the night sky as lights and the cause of these lights must be
because the constellation of Orion was warring with another faction in
the outer space.
>Also the dots have a remarkable resemblance to the Sumerian
tablets where it shows what appears to be our solar system which has
been suggested by Zecharia Sitchin. Its very easy to interpret some of
these symbols as beeing our solar system because of the dots
concentrated around a central dot but when we look at the older glyphs
of the multiple dots we see that they dont always centre around a
central dot. The neolithic picture from Scotland looks alot like a
solar system as well but when we compare all these variations theres
different numbers of dots centered around a central dot so obviously
over time the symbol has mutated.
>Also it looks to me that this had to have happened at night
time because when we look at two of the pictures its shows the symbol
for the crescent moon meaning that it was definitely something that the
ancients were seeing in the night sky when it was dark to allow it to
be seen by the ancients and it wasnt something as simple as meteors
that the ancients were seeing because they looked static in the night
sky because of the way that they have been drawn simply as dots to
>Its entirely plasuible that the dot in the centre of these
symbols represents the moon in either its crescent form or as a full
moon. and the rest of the dots rerpesent explosions from alien
spacecraft eitther being destroyed or from weapons fire, or missiles
exploding which is going on all the way around the moon.
>For more information on Spirals see this link:
>But why do the ancients have the dots for explosions associated
with Orion as well as the moon?
>In mythology Orions belt and the Moon are connected because to
the ancients they represented the same group of goddesses hence why
lots of moon goddesses come in groups of three like Orions
belt for example the ancient Greek goddess Hecate was a goddess of the
moon but was a triple goddess also the triple moon goddess from Wiccan
religion is also a triple goddess and comes in a group of three just
like Orions belt.
>So does that mean the moon is some how connected to Orion? I
will let you be the judge of that one.