> My last post had to do with evidence for recent
> dinosaurs, among other things.
> Regarding Dr Troglodyte's question:
> "Hello Tom M Culhane: Over the past three weeks
> you have made numerous references to the term
> “Noah's Arc”; would you please explain your
> definition of this expression?"
> Hello Dr Troglodyte. "Noah's Arc" is my name for
> the grid pattern I am referring to in the title of
> this thread: "Grid Pattern Orients European Cities
> to Great Pyramid and North Pole". If you click on
> the link below and scroll all the way to the
> bottom you should see an image of it I've hand
> As you can see it's an arc or circle, with an
> equidistant cross in the center, the "Celtic
> Cross" pattern. A picture is worth a thousand
> words as they say; maybe I should have begun this
> thread with it.
> As you can see it has four cardinal points, and
> those three little pyramids in the middle of the
> southeast quadrant represent the Giza pyramids.
> I've shown with map programs they divide that
> quadrant evenly. Extending the idea into the
> northwest, the dividing line would hit Trondheim,
> the ancient capital of Norway. Dividing the other
> two quadrants is the Mountain of Love at "Russia's
> Stonehenge", Arkaim in the northeast, and Pena de
> los Enamorados or Lover's Rock in southern Spain
> for the southwest point. So in other words
> dividing each of the four quadrants evenly creates
> the pattern of an 8-fold-year calendar, the
> ancient calendar used by Celts and other "pagans".
> I've called it the world's largest stone circle
> and I believe it is.
Hello Tom M Culhane:
Below is a replication sketched in Google Earth:
• These images do not agree.
• By definition, a quadrant is evenly/equally divided into four (4) parts
• The points Dublin/Arkaim/Ararat/Tripoli are irregularly distant; therefore, these four (4) points do not fall on the circumference of a circle.
• The ground length from Ararat to Dublin is 2,526.79 miles; the ground length from Arkaim to Tropoli is 2,670.77 miles.
• The heading from Ararat to Dublin is 308.94°; the heading from Arkaim to Tropoli is 257.55°. These bearings will not intersect at 90° angles; therefore, geometrically, there are no quadrants.
Edited Post Refer: [grahamhancock.com]. Troglodyte
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28-Jul-17 19:59 by Dr. Troglodyte.