> In my last post I put a link where people can see
> the Noah's Arc grid pattern that covers Europe.
> Dr Troglodyte, thank you for finding a way to post
> my image here in your last comment. (I didn't want
> to join an imaging service to post images as per
> your forum rules)
> Your google map image is not agreeing with my
> image because you are using Arkaim, Russia as the
> northern cardinal point. It should be Arkhangelsk,
> Russia. If you reread my words I think it will
> make sense.
> Note: If you try to make your google map precise
> with four equal quadrants, if you use Dublin,
> Ireland as a given for the western cardinal point
> and Mt Ararat as a given for the eastern cardinal
> point, then you will find the exact northern
> cardinal point falls in the Arkhangelsk county
> region of Russia as closest land but is out in the
> White Sea a bit, and you will find the exact
> southern cardinal point falls in the Tripoli,
> Libya metro area region as closest identifiable
> point but is in the Sahara desert a bit. My
> writings go into this.
> Once you have the four cardinal points on the
> wheel, then you will see how a ray from center to
> the Great Pyramid divides one quadrant, a ray from
> center to Arkaim, Russia divides another, a ray to
> Trondheim, Norway divides another, and a ray to
> Pena de los Enamorados, Spain divides the last,
> giving the 8-fold-year calendar pattern.
Hello Tom M Culhane:
Thank you for your comments and clarifications.
Below find a revised image of your above proposal based on the observations of Notinham:
• The above image is graphically approximate based on ‘place names’ entered into Google Earth.
• The points Dublin/Arkhangelsk/Ararat/Tripoli are irregularly distant from the intersection; therefore, these four (4) points do not fall precisely on the circumference of a circle.
• The ground length from Ararat to Dublin is 2,526.79 miles; the ground length from Arkhangelsk to Tripoli is 2,494.95 miles.
• The heading from Ararat to Dublin is 308.94°; the heading from Arkhangelsk to Tripoli is 221.24°. These bearings do not intersect at exact 90° angles.
The overall relevance of this exercise remains unclear with regard to the "…serious discussion of the controversies, approaches and enigmas surrounding the origins and development of the human species and of human civilization.”
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