On the basis of accurate measuring/surveying and feeding the data into a specially prepared computer programme, the application of Probability Theory provided overwhelming evidence of 28 primary declinations, and therefore proof of Astronomical Design.

O’Brien considered that the Bodmin Moor Complex was well suited to have provided an ideal site for an astronomical research university.

He pointed out that later, the Druids, who ran such universities, and were described as missionaries from Sidon, considered that the secular pursuit of scientific knowledge was of first importance.

Such complex mathematical calculations were only possible with the assistance of a computer