In my illustrated book, The Lost Language of the Stars, I offer a radical new explanation of the origins of the Pictish symbols. The Picts had a unique vision of the night sky. They were early astronomers who saw a system of star pictures which resonated with them in the context of their own myths and beliefs. In the north, a complex play of symbolic shapes with rich interwoven meanings turned about the astral pole. The great Pictish Beastie - the largest constellation - could be seen from the Autumn equinox and throughout the Winter. Overseeing all, it travelled overhead from east to west during the course of the night. The constellations of the Picts were recorded on stone as symbols of birds, animals and geometric shapes.
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