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studying archeoastronomy, mythology,

and ancient languages.

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The Milky Way in ancient myths

The Archeodoxa team discovered a major key to decoding myths around the world. The Milky Way played an important role in ancient myths across multiple civilizations. Together, we will discover and unravel the mysteries of the stories told in the stars.

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Decoding the mystery of Carnac:

The alignments of Carnac are one of the greatest puzzles of archeology. After studying the theory of the atrophist André Maucherat, Archéodoxa recognized the solidity of the idea. After a collaboration with this scientist, we undertook to develop documentaries and animations to make known this discovery.

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Ancient Languages - History of a Flood

The myths of the whole world stem from a common source going back to prehistory. Historians and mythographers have failed to solve this mystery. For nearly 25 years, Archeodoxa researchers have been studying archaeoastronomy and ancient languages to bring new light. To decode ancient beliefs and religions, we must recognize the relationship between the stories of deluge and those of the creation myths.


Archeodoxa approaches the study of ancient myths from a new angle. We examine the proposition that our ancestors seem to have constructed their myths on astronomical principles. From these myths they would draw moral and spiritual teachings to avoid falling into chaos. Our findings also suggest that the ancient languages contained in themselves a guide to facilitate retention of these astronomy-based teachings.

In our view many historians have neglected these considerations partly because of a lack of training in astronomy. To assess the relevance of this hypothesis we undertook to produce videos and animations which will help to explain celestial mechanics at the click of a button. 3D animations had to satisfy the expectations of the astronomers while having an innovative and inclusive approach for the public.

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