My book Sirius, the Star of the Maltese Temples
relates how, in the past, the age assigned to Malta’s temples was deliberately tied-up to the Cretan Bronze Age (see my AOM article
for March 2019). By means of archaeo-astronomy, backed up by the findings of a courageous pre-WWII Italian archaeologist, it shows that, like Goblekli Tepe, they date back to the Mesolithic, the Middle Stone Age, from around 9,150 BC.
In the Netherlands the book was extensively reviewed in the national press, and it received international attention. Yet in Malta, apart from a lovely 13 minute TV feature, the press have refrained from reviewing it.
Why would this be? Is it too hot to handle?
Edited 15 time(s). Last edit at 28-Mar-19 13:43 by Lenie Reedijk.