After all, we have the Gospels, the Talmud, and the Koran.We have the writings of Plato and Socrates and Aristotle.There is little doubt that the spirals found in the Stone-Age relics of Ireland and other Celtic lands were put there because they represented things or ideas that were sacred to the people that put them there.
The Spiral of Life The tri-spiral, otherwise known as the "Spiral of Life", is found on many ancient Irish stone carvings - the most famous of which is Newgrange, found in County Meath, Ireland, which dates back to 2500 BC.
Most scholars believe the spiral of life represents the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
According to Kate Johnson at Arizona State University, an archaeologist conducted computer analysis in 1991 on the structure of some Celtic spirals found in ancient rock carvings.
He compared these spiral patterns with astronomical events that had occurred over the course of the last millennium. According to his research, the Celtic spirals were accurate representations of visible planetary configurations and the brightest fixed stars during total eclipses ages ago.
The Triskele The triskele, otherwise known as the triskelion, is a three-pronged spiral, and is often used as a basis for more complex spirals.
Some suggest ancient Celtic triskeles represented the Triple Goddess of the three ages of womanhood.
Most scholars believe they are universal symbols of the spiritual balance between inner and outer consciousness, the sun, and the Cosmos.
"From magnetic fields to vast galaxies swirling in space, spirals can be seen in every aspect in nature.
So many ask, "How sophisticated could a civilization be if they don't write down what's important to them?