Solar eclipse in Egyptian and Indus civilization


Mainstream archaeology dates Narmer to approximately 3100 B.C. Similarly, research of Andis Kaulins indicates that the first calendar of mankind started exactly on December25, 3117 B.C. when a total solar eclipse was visible at sunrise at the winter solstice point, an incredible astronomical event. Narmer represents this event and date. As  shown here, this astronomical event is clearly documented on the Narmer Palette.

  The Narmer Palette front side, middle, shows a solar eclipse

 This eclipse occurred on the day of  December 25, 3117 B.C.

Note that Andis Kaulins describes this picture as solar eclipse. This idea of Andis Kaulins solar eclipse theory and correction of calendar corroborates  my views presented in my book,“New Interpretations on Indus Valley civilization”. The view expressed in my book is that the Yogi seal describes an solar eclipse event. In fact using the solar eclipse data available in this seal the age of the seal can be accurately determined as done by Andis Kaulins.

See the following link for more details.

The inscriptions on the top of this seal should be read right corner to the left):

The first symbol indicates that Kalan (or Sun) is grabbed by Raahu and Ketu (probably the crab symbols indicate the Grahana day here). In Sanskrit Grahana means “eclipse day”. The fourth symbol of intertwined twin snakes joined to form “U” shape indicates that the solar eclipse occurred in the month of “Aslesha”. (Quotation mark between snakes indicates that it means a month).The fifth symbol -- Fish symbol here means “fish day” (27th day in the moon calendar). The sixth and last symbol “U” symbol as usual means “the day”

If the theory of Andis Kaulins is correct the following seals also could be  depicting solar eclipse --- otherwise there is a possibility --- that these inter-twined animals may be depicting some constellation ---

Mr Andis Kaulins says that those inter twined animals indicate solar eclipse --whereas Tom Van Bakel is saying that it is the time of animal conceiving --breeding season --

  ---if at all --if indicates solar eclipse in all these seals --- the date of solar eclipse in which constellation these solar eclipses occurred can be determined  --- see the modern details about earlier dates of solar eclipse and in which constellation it occurred (some web site --where such details are available --- i am still searching for it  )

For example --i am saying that the solar eclipse occurred ---Aslesha month --- fish day --- (Reference ---Yogi Seal --given above)  if there is any such list available indicating -- giving such constellation details ----  then it will be possible to determine the year in which the seal was made --- it will be an impressive interpretation ---it will be really  a break through --- i tried to locate such detail in the net -- but failed so far  --- to be followed up  

see the inter-twined snakes indicates Aslesha month (symbol intertwined snakes ) ---not exactly solar eclipse as said by Andis Kaulins  --- see the serial number.9 in Jyotisha Vedanga table in my web site for reference --- 

Indus symbols in Jyotisha Vedanga -- (Table)

The other possibility 

Andis Kaulins says that the  seal could be showing Solar eclipse which occurred in the year 3100 ----but there is possibility that it may be indicating Magar Shankaranthi . Magar means crocodile (Capricorn) shankarathi means turning of sun towards northern solstice. It is an important occasion and could be determined by ancient astronomers by following the sunshade of a pillar -- the temple flag mast must have served such a purpose. 

calculation of beginning of the year is important --- that is the reason --for celebrating new year with such great fanfare --- Pongal (Tamil) is the new year  day in Tamil Nadu is tuned to sun movement --  the brick wall shown in the picture of Narmer Pallette looks like a mini solar observatory in which the sun movement could be predicted and recorded --- sun is the bull --- then who is being trampled upon? ---old year? (to be verified --)