>>Have a better look at the image posted or find better images.<<
I don't have high quality high resolution photos to test this. If there is a disk it is Akhet, if not it is simply mountain. Either way I am interested in the shape of the mountain.
>>Hmm...and your orientation of your mountains pertaining to the pyramids along the Nile are in what direction compared to the Nile? The Nile is kinda north/south. What do your mountains align to?<<
In general the Nile moves in a South-North direction, but at some places there are some bends. After Saqqara it actually moves in the direction of Greece(North-West). This means that it does target Greece. If you read my books you will find all the orientation information, the theory on how the pyramids were planed, and why there were planned where they were(Giza).
>>Do the people of ancient Greece have the capacity to influence an earlier ancient Egypt in all facets of Egyptian knowledge and beliefs?<<
In my book you will find the archeological evidence that relates to proto-Helladic settlements in Greece that are contemporaneous to the erecting of the pyramids. You also find the ancient Greek myths that encode this information. The Greek pyramids are proof of the common plan.
>>The Greeks went to Egypt to learn from them, not educate them...unless the priest whom instructed Solon left out a lot of what was imparted when Greek history to do with staving off warriors from Atlantis was said. That priest alluded to the Greeks as having become quite backward compared to what they were before the battle with Atlanteans... <<
The Atlantis myth contains information that relates to advanced ancient knowledge of geodesy/geography. It relates to Egypt but also Greece and other places in the Atlantic. There used to be an ancient "sacred" prime-Meridian(not Greenwich). We need to take a look at isopsephy/gematria and sacred geometry.
It looks like Greeks, Egyptians, and Hebrews all draw their origin from a common ancient civilization that seems to have originated from the stars.
>>What the? You can't see Greece from Egypt...<<
I was referring to Greek Thebes and known as Thivai(ancient) and Thiva(modern) in Boeotia, Greece.
>>The Sinai is east of Egypt, so how can your ""The Hasan Dagi cannot be the mythical Western mountains simply because it is not to the West of Giza(like the Greek mountains), it is to the North-(North-East)." be better than northish?<<
Before finding the Sinai pyramid mapping I had looked into the isopsephy - gematria valued of the ancient Egyptian names for the Western and Easter holy mountains called Manu and Baku. I thus found evidence that Manu relates to the Greek mountains lining up with Thebes. The Sinai mountains are to the East but I don't think that they relate to the Baku reference. The Sinai mountains are interlinked in their orientation with the Greek mountains. This means that they have attributes of the Manu - Western mountains, even though they are to the East of Giza. Could it be possible that this is also the case with Hasan Dagi? Maybe, but you would first have to find a correlation with the three pyramid, which from what I am aware does not exist. In the past I looked into a lot of mountains ranges from Caucasus, Himalayas, Indo-Caucasus(Karakoram), Alps etc. I didn't find a conclusive link to the Gizamids(a 3 mountains to 3 pyramids mapping).
What I find interesting about the mountains in Asia Minor (Hasan Dagi, Erciyes) is that their latitude is similar to that of mountains around Thebes.
From Google Earth is see that the two Hasan Dagi peaks are oriented in the East- West direction. Thus to observe them you need to be in the North or South. But in this case you cannot see the Sun align between then during the Equinoxes.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jun-19 17:46 by Spiros.