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K. Walter Haug



Lives in
Kraichgau (Karlsruhe) · Germany [Spam-blocked: Replace # by @]

K. Walter Haug teaches German Language and Fine Arts; he is also activ as a journalist, designer, industry commercial and sculptor. Since the eighties he is busy in the subjects of old astronomy, ley-lines, megalithic cultures in Eurooe and the chronological problems of history. Since 1990 he explores the cairns in Kraichgau and Zabergäu, two regions in southern Germany, and the pyramids in the necropolises, build in the rock, in the region of Rhine and Neckar. He is also interested in Celtic, Asiatic and North African history and considers the possibility of a cataclysm at the beginning of the Christian aera.

Haug gave the initial impuls to found the association Celtica Vips, which he leads, since its creation, as its manager and scientific adviser. He organised excavations of the above-mentioned megalithic necropolises and participated in the discovery of several burial chambers in those. Since 2006 he participates in the prospection of those chambers, together with the Geophysical Institut of the Karlsruhe University, and in the geo-electrical measurements. He supports private activities for the detection of gamma-radiation at the Bärenstein-Cairn in Horn (Westphalia).

Haug has published many articles about these monuments of an forgotten megalith culture, several of them in ' Zeitschrift für Kosmosophie', 'Magazin für Grenzwissenschaften', 'Efodon-Synesis' and 'CELTICA'.

He runs a webpage called Si nosse vis (, where he publishes his own articles and those of several other researchers.

Contributions to 'Chrono-Logic'   4
As Author

Giants of Prehistory Stone pyramids and 'Cairns' in southern Germany, normally considered as quarries, are witnesses of a forgotten megalith culture K. Walter Haug
n/d · 5 pages

The Calendar-faking and its reasons German epigraphs show that 2000 years have been deleted from an ancient pre-christian calendar K. Walter Haug
2006 · 10 pages

Megalithic cairns and stone chambers in Germany A detailed research on the stone monuments in Southern Germany, with 65 photos and maps K. Walter Haug 2002 · 13 pages

Runes and the Etruscian-Venetian Alphabet The Nordic runes and the very similar writings found in Italy cannot be separated by 400 years K. Walter Haug
2005 · 4 pages

Other publications by K. Walter Haug  
  • 2002: A Sensational Discovery: Megalithic Cairns and Stone Chambers of Southern Germany. Migration & Diffusion - an international journal, Vol 3, No. 9, January-March 2002, (Odyssee-Verlag Wien)
  • 2003:Die Entdeckung deutscher Pyramiden - Sensationelle Megalith-Ruinen einer versunkenen Hochkultur im Mittelgebirge - ein archäologischer Reiseführer. (Cernunnos Verlag)