Seimeni Megalithic Sun Cult Sanctuary | ROMANIA

Seimeni Megalithical Sun Cult Sanctuary is comprised out of 59 giant andesite discs, 20 meters in diameter.

Seimeni Megalithic Sun Cult Sanctuary is comprised out of 59 giant andesite discs, 20 meters in diameter.

A few kilometers away from the spot where archeologists discovered the two figurines which are amongst the oldest and most beautiful examples of human artistic expression “The Thinker” and “Seated Woman”, on the banks of Danube, where the people of the Hamangia Culture liked to live, an amazing enormous site, that seems to be of spiritual significance, was discovered in March of this year. The mysterious formation from Seimeni, whose purpose destination we could only suppose of, consists of 59 disks with diameters of 20 meters. Some of them are so close to one another that they almost touch each other; others are separated by “tapes”, which could be walls up to 4 meters thick. In a central position on one of the disks, one can notice a spiral that is tightening towards the center of the disk forming a ramp which at its base has a width of more than 8 m and as it narrows towards its inner part, it captures all the energy that feeds the matter and propels it towards the encounter with the Divine. The disks have a different rigidity compared to the earth around and this was noticed in the areas where landslides occur. The disks keep their flat shape even where the land slides. In fact, the entire village of Seimeni slips towards the Danube valley, the latest landslide of 2005 destroyed the road connecting the villages of Dunărea and Seimeni and the road is impracticable to this day.

Source : wonderful-romania.com

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