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Split Apple Rock - Ancient Solar Observatory First inhabitants of NZ

By CelticNZ

Split Apple Rock - Ancient Solar Observatory thousands of years ago there were ancient inhabitants (Turehu - Patupaiarehe etc...) in New Zealand who wrought great works across the country. Now for political expediency are no longer allowed to be remembered. Here are some of their ancient working solar observatories, set up to identify the exact days of Solstices and Equinoxes all around New Zealand, Split apple rock, Kaiteriteri, Taupo pa point, Mt Tauhara, Mt Maunganamu, Taupo. Comparisons of the early designs and traditions of NZ with anciently established Egyptian and Indo-Aryan European gods and traditions.


This conversation explores the ancient oral traditions and geological anomalies in New Zealand, particularly focusing on the Nelson-Boulder Bank and Split Apple Rock. The Nelson-Boulder Bank and Cable Bay anomalies, along with the ancient quarrying sites, suggest the presence of an ancient population with advanced construction skills. Split Apple Rock is examined as an ancient solar observatory, accurately aligning with the winter solstice, equinoxes, and potentially the summer solstice. The conversation also highlights the similarities between Egyptian and Māori cultural symbols, including chin tattoos and writing systems. Additionally, comparisons are made between Tutankhamun’s death mask and Māori moko, as well as Celtic and Māori gods and symbols. This conversation explores the ancient origins of names and symbols, the significance of solar observatories, and controversies in New Zealand archaeology. The chapters cover topics such as the physical appearance of the ancient inhabitants, the unworkable population model, the lack of knowledge about the moa, and the age of the moa hunters. The conversation also delves into the solar observatories at Kai Territory and Split Apple Rock, the bullhorn bowls and directional incising, and the ancient standing stone arrangement at Lake Taupo.


Ancient names and symbols have deep historical and cultural significance.

Solar observatories were used by ancient civilizations to track solstices and equinoxes.

Controversies in New Zealand archaeology have led to the suppression of scientific evidence.

The ancient inhabitants of New Zealand had a different physical appearance from the later Māori settlers.


00:00 Ancient Oral Traditions and Geological Anomalies in New Zealand 02:12 The Nelson-Boulder Bank and Cable Bay Anomalies 03:02 Split Apple Rock as an Ancient Solar Observatory 04:30 Geological Features and Ancient Quarrying in New Zealand 07:25 The Mystery of Split Apple Rock’s Origin and Purpose 09:04 Split Apple Rock as a Solar Observatory for Equinoxes 10:09 Split Apple Rock as a Solar Observatory for the Summer Solstice 12:49 Ancient Astronomical Observations and Markers in the Surrounding Area 14:20 Ancient Quarrying and Stone Sources for Construction 16:28 Glyphs and Petroglyphs Depicting Split Apple Rock and Solar Alignments 25:01 Egyptian Berber Chin Tattoos and Māori Chin Moko 27:35 Similarities Between Egyptian and Berber Writing Systems 29:15 Comparisons Between Egyptian and Māori Art and Symbols 32:05 Comparisons Between Tutankhamun’s Death Mask and Māori Moko 35:45 Comparisons Between Celtic and Māori Cultural Symbols 40:22 Comparisons Between Celtic and Māori Gods and Symbols 42:56 The Ancient Origins of Names and Symbols 43:38 The Hill of Tara and the Shining Ones 44:27 Volcanoes as Solar Observatories 45:07 The Shining Ones in Egypt and New Zealand 46:12 The Physical Appearance of the Ancient Inhabitants 46:39 The Tonga Bay Quarry Company 47:28 Split Apple Rock: An Engineered Structure 48:38 The Summer Solstice Sunrise at Wairau Bar 49:05 Solar Paths for Wayfarers 49:32 The Ancient Inhabitants of Wairau Bar 49:54 Controversies in New Zealand Archaeology 51:32 The Unworkable Population Model 52:19 Quarrying Enterprises and Distribution of Artefacts 53:16 The Vast Number of Pā and Excavations 54:15 Covering Up Scientific Evidence 55:13 The Ignorance of Māori about the Moa 56:53 The Lack of Knowledge about the Moa 57:50 The Period of Moa Extinction 58:47 The Bones of Strangers 59:03 The Age of the Moa Hunters 59:33 The Ancient Inhabitants of New Zealand 01:00:36 Solar Observatories at Kai Territory and Split Apple Rock 01:01:09 The Winter Solstice Sunrise at Kai Territory 01:02:00 The Kai Te Ritiri Observatory 01:03:32 Bullhorn Bowls and Directional Incising 01:04:14 The Ancient Bullhorn Bowls at Kai Territory 01:05:12 Bullhorn Bowls and Religious Practices 01:06:12 Directional Incising at Silverdale 01:07:43 Observing the Solstices and Equinoxes 01:08:47 Taupo Point Pa: Solar Observatory 01:09:42 Solar Observatories at Taupo 01:10:08 Solar Observatories at Collingwood and Whare Waka 01:13:59 The Ancient Standing Stone Arrangement at Lake Taupo

“The evidence suggests very strongly that this is not a natural geological stack, but a purpose -built one to serve an important astronomical and calendar function.”

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