Studying the European Bronze Age sky lore is not possible without taking into consideration their ethnographic and historical counterparts. There are only archaeological finds and particular excavation features available from this period but although they reveal a great deal of information, there is hardly anything about the ancient skyscape. The social life of peoples living in Central Europe during the Bronze Age was in many respects similar to that of the indigenous peoples of the Eurasian continent. Therefore, this chapter argues that Eurasian mythological comparative studies can provide an excellent basis for understanding folk thinking and affirm that a group of “core ideas” of celestial beliefs has been preserved until recently, which can be used as an analogy to support the interpretation of archaeological finds.