The tarhatinsky megalithic complex
The tarhatinsky megalithic complex is located 20 km South of the village Kosh-Agach, 2 km North-West of the river Tarkhata, near the road from Kosh-Agach – Dzhazator. Tarhatinsky complex was recorded in 1970 by V. D. Kubarev, and then in 1994, 1996-1997, were studied by the expedition Gorno-Altai University under the guidance of V. I. Soenov (Soenov, Shitov, Cheremisin, Ebel, 2000).
In 2003 The Altai-Sayan expedition of the State Hermitage has made the complex objects in the first Targate paleoastronautics study partly explained the maps and copied the new rock carvings (Marsadolov, 2007). On the earth’s surface in the form of complex shapes, similar in shape to “circle” with a diameter of about 60 meters at different times were set as small, and huge stones, more than 4 m high and offers a variety of calculations (Fig. 4). The number of large and small stones were recorded the images of different animals and riders belonging to different chronological periods. Part of petroglyphs in Targate belongs to the bronze age – II thousand BC a number of rock drawings and calculations dates back to the early Scythian time – VIII-VII centuries BC, but the objects were used and in other periods in Turkic and later.”
About the astronomical purpose of the complex shows almost an exact orientation (with an accuracy of one degree) constructions to the cardinal points;and lines passing through the centre of the structure, the SJC notes HP The marsadolov that the large vertical stone-slab located in the Northern part of this object, probably closes an important landscape points – remote node which is a kind of “fly” in place of a descent of the slopes of two mountains on the horizon. Through the center of the upper part of another stone in the III Millennium BC, the Sun at the summer solstice.
A number of astronomically significant directions of the Sun and moon was a stone marked “tracks” or separate stones. In 2003, one of the stones in Tarhata was discovered embossed pattern in the form of a square with lines in the center. Image similar to the figures found in Seminara, the grotto of AK-Baur, in the places where he made astronomical observations (Marsadolov, 2001; 2007).
130 m. South of the center of a large “ring” is now a fallen stele with petroglyphs (stone length 3 m, width 0.6 m). The earliest drawings are located on the Central axis of the stone and bronze age (images of bulls and deer with a massive body). Later images are around these figures, or about the edges of the stone. It is not excluded that originally this stone with beveled top edge was installed in the form of vertical stelae and probably to some extent served as a prototype for later “deer” stones of Central Asia.
115 km South-South-East of the southern round of calculations there are two massive stones, forming a kind of “gate-gate”. The length of each of the stones more than 2.2-2.5 m and a height of less than 2 times, up to 1.2 m.
The researchers argue that all the stones Tarhatinsky complex were brought by people from the nearest exit of bedrock especially for the construction of this facility and could not be brought by a glacier as near glacial moraines are of a completely different nature than the megalithic stones of the object.
The magnetic anomalies. Probably, the ancient builders knew of the object, magnetic characteristics of rocks and how to distinguish them (perhaps on the principle of dowsing), since the magnetic characteristics of the rocks have a very fixed pattern: with the installation in the correct order of the stones certain breeds was established geomagnetic anomaly, which probably deliberately used. Studies have shown that “there is a set of environmental conditions and human reactions to them that make take place rezonansnykh processes, i.e. under certain boundary conditions, there is an increased activity of brain and heart” (Goncharenko, 1997, p. 25-35). In fact, this complex probably “worked” as energoinformational receiver, battery, transformer and translator, and was based magical activity of the priests.
Conclusion. Dvenadtsatiletny the structure of the complex not only confirms his calendar and astronomical meanings, but is similar with other cosmological phenomena of architecture, such as Arzhan in Tuva, Arkaim in the southern Urals, Stonehenge in the UK, etc. It is well known that all the ancient megalithic structures, temples and ancient settlement with circular architecture and distinct marks of the world, etc. were connected with astronomical phenomena and was used as an Observatory for measuring time and calendar logging.