PHAISTOS DISK INSPIRED ARTICLE
PHAISTOS DISK ANIMATED GEOMETRY PHAISTOS DISK SUGGESTS SPINNING IT CLOCKWISE
WAGON WHEEL ILLUSION  POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE, CENTER TRIANGLE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 14 matching "Warrior" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age. The triangle in the center appears to spin counterclockwise.

ALTHOUGH SPINNING CLOCKWISE, RIGHT TRIANGLE APPEARS TO SPIN CLOCKWISE
Connect the 3 matching "Egyptian Coffin" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

SPINNING CLOCKWISE, TWO UPSIDE DOWN PYRAMIDS ON THE DISK WHEN OVERLAID ONTO EACH OTHER SPIN A PERFECT MATCH
Obviously, these two polygons were measured and placed specifically onto the Phaistos Disk. What does it mean, what is the purpose? I'm not sure, maybe just to prove the concealed large pictographs on the disk are deliberately placed there. Connect the 5 matching "Horn" pictographs on side 1 and the "Vulture" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal two larger, hidden pictographs, polygons in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age. When set in motion they reveal identical geometries on the disk but with a one pictograph difference. The animation produces an amazing image that seems to imply it was deliberately created to produce this effect. It is more likely that these two pictographs combined together this way in several line segments expresses a specific meaning.

POLYGON IN MOTION
Connect the 5 matching "5Branch" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 5 matching "Golden Fleece" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON IN MOTION
Connect the 5 matching "Telescope" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 5 matching "Boat" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age. The image appears to spin counterclockwise.

POLYGON IN MOTION
Connect the 5 matching "Fork" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 5 matching "Warrior" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 5 matching "Fish" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age. 
POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Water" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE SPIRAL APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Ivy" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Telescope" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Telescope" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Hand" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

OBTUSE TRIANGLE SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 4 matching "Hand" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

TRIANGLE SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 3 matching "Marsh Grass" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

ACUTE TRIANGLE SPINNING CLOCKWISE APPEARS TO SPIN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
Connect the 3 matching "Star" pictographs on side 1 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

TRIANGLE SPINNING CLOCKWISE
Connect the 3 matching "Spindle" pictographs on side 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

POLYGON IN MOTION
Connect the 4 matching "Mother" pictographs on sides 1 and 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a polygon in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

STRAIGHT LINE IN MOTION
Yoke together the 2 matching "Yoke" pictographs on sides 1 and 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a straight line in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

TRIANGLE IN MOTION
Connect the 3 matching "Bird" pictographs on sides 1 and 2 of the Phaistos Disk to reveal a larger, hidden pictograph, a triangle in preEuclidean geometry of the Mediterranean Bronze Age.

STRAIGHT LINES SPINNING CLOCKWISE

Page 1  Antique Science of Containment 
Many Hidden Patterns
Page 2  The Tablet 
Who Created It? 
How to Solve It
Page 3  Constellation Argo  The Ferry 
Khufu Ship 
Rope Truss Argo Sails Backwards for 2,300 Years!
Page 4  North Star 
Enochian Language Linear "A" for Argothic? 
Egyptian Influences
Page 5  Great Pyramid Exterior
Page 6  Pyramid Interior 
Pyramid Goddess Archaeoastronomy Site 
Vault Technology
Page 7  Minoan Warriors
Page 8  Apex and Base Minoan Symbols for Star and Constellation
Page 9  Pyramid Geometry
Page 10  Maze Solution 
Phi Spiral
Page 11  Conclusion 
Unidentified Patterns 
Ships of the Sky
Page 12  Minoan Calendars 
Minoan LuniSolar Calendar Minoan Zodiac Stellar Calendar 
Minoan Sothic Calendar Minoan 366Day Year Calendar
Page 13  Brilliant Lost World
Page 14  Origins of the Phaistos Disk 
How Was it Made?
Page 15  Evans Pictographs
Page 16  Pictographs Numbered 
Entire Inscription
Page 17  It's Full of Stars!  Hoax Defense  Infamous Letter Wrong Motivation  Conclusion
Page 18  Galileo on Philosophy  The Crater of the Whorl Remembering the Whorl  Planeism Tree of Life The Arktype Astrology  Waking Whorl and Dream Whorl
Page 19  The Phaistos Disk!  Hidden Patterns  Emerald Table AstronomerArtist  As Above, So Below  Planeism
Page 20  Crete Invents Modern Astrology Sexigesimal System  Phi Spiral  Astronomical Ages Birthing Stone of Zeus  Watcher Unseen
Page 21  Phaistos Disk Color Animations
Page 22  Phaistos Disk Maze of Daedalus Daedalus, Cunning Artificer  Palace of Knossos Daedalus Invents Images
Page 23  Animated Geometry
Page 24  Shield of Achilles
Page 25  Great Pyramid on the Phaistos Disk
Page 26  Constellation Argo Sail Backwards for 2,300 Years
Page 27  North Star, Sirius, the Planets and Stars
Page 28  3,600 YearOld Animation
Page 29  Phaistos Disk Clay Pictographs
Page 30  Emerald Table of Hermes Trismegistus
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Claire Grace Watson, B.A., M.S.T., U.S. Copyright and under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, All rights reserved. No part of this web page may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from the author, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review.


PHAISTOS DISK SIDES 1 AND 2 1600 BCE, Crete
My exact tracing of the Phaistos Disk with pictographs color coded
Overlap the two sides at the matching line segments
My exact tracing of the Phaistos Disk,
pictographs removed
My exact tracing of the Phaistos Disk with pictographs
The artist(s) of the disk puzzle populated the spirals with pictographs as place holders for the hidden large pictographs (patterns), revealed when the matching pictographs are connected with lines, as in connecting points with lines in geometry and stars with lines in astronomy to produce constellations.
PHAISTOS DISK SOLUTION BY CLAIRE GRACE WATSON, B.A., M.S.T.

PHAISTOS DISK BRIDGING THE WORLDS FANTASY INTERVIEW WITH SIR ARTHUR EVANS MINOAN WORLD ON A DISK PHOTO TOUR OF CRETE NAME OF THE FISHGOD COLLAGE ART STORE
