The passage Grave of Karleby - Encoding the islands discovered in the ocean (Karleby, Falbygden, Sweden, c.2950 BC)
Dr. Reinoud M. de Jonge, Jay Stuart Wakefield
The Passage Grave of Karleby is a T-shaped Megalithic tomb with religious and geographic encodings, dated c.2950 BC. The encodings relate to the Sunreligion and islands discovered in the North Atlantic Ocean. The Island of Jan Mayen is particularly well encoded, showing its discovery at this early date. These numeric encodings commemorate the history of Megalithic discoveries, even revealing their dates. They are typical for all early Megalithic monuments, and clearly demonstrate that the old Swedish stone constructions are a part of the Megalithic heritage of Europe.