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6 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dennis, It looks wrong doesn't it? But it isn't. I will show you on my FB page. I can't post the image on here. Cheers, Gary
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6 months ago
Gary Osborn
The Sphinx-G2 line from the heart of the Sphinx (29°58'31.0764", 31°08'16.0260") to the center of G2 (29°58′34″N, 31°07′51″E . . . heading 277.68 degrees), is a ground length distance of 678.6 meters, which converts via the royal cubit length of 0.5236 meters to 1,296 royal cubits . . . 12,960 / 10.
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7 months ago
Gary Osborn
Thanks Scott! Keep up the good work. Will catch up with you on the latest. Best wishes, Gary
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7 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Scott, It would be nice to be credited as the original source for the finding of this ratio whenever you mention or present it, as it was discovered through my now eight-year study of the Rendlesham binary code . . . fact, and I have no qualms about how this might be viewed. It should also be mentioned that the 'Giza Diagonal' is 1,130.976 meters, which is 2,160 royal cubits in length from
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7 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dennis, Yes! That's long been my understanding based on my study of Giza and the GP and my eight-year study of the Rendlesham binary code. All the best.
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Cloister, Yes, perhaps it is more acceptable to use the kilometer distance of 5,929.56, which produces the same mi/s speed of light numbers by multiplying by pi. Thanks for your views on all this, which I take note. And really nice to know you have been investigating my work. I need to update that Website. I just haven't had the time lately. I am eager to see your own take on the Meier
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dune (Dennis), I must say I am impressed with the results of this, and the results in your previous post and it shows how intuitive you are with math, but . . . and I'm not going to shy away from mentioning this because in my view it is very important for future research on Giza. I use the vaue of 0.5236 meters for the Royal Cubit, which is simply 3.1416 pi / 6, as first suggested by Cha
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dune (Dennis), I can see that the rainy days have been most productive for you. :-) Yes, that number was the longitude coordinates of 52.0942532N 13.131269W, which seems to have targeted the mystical island of Hy Brasil. I don't like leaving any stone unturned, and so I will certainly take note of that, and if I can see how this might be supported by other data that has emerged, I will
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Manu, That's all very interesting to me - especially this relationship you have pointed out with the Bent Pyramid at Dahshur. It is also interesting that the Great Pyramid is located 1.43 miles (2,300 meters) south of exactly 30º North latitude. As you must know, and as was first pointed out by Prof. Livio Catullo Stecchini, and published in 1971 (source: Secrets of the Great Pyramid by P
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Cloister, No theory, just observable facts - IF the accuracy of 'Google Earth Pro' is anything to go by. I think you have to ask why Continental Drift has not really affected the facts I have presented, and it should be noted that in accordance with the recent ‘plate tectonics’ data, the Nubian plate has shifted some 20 meters northward since 4,500 BCE, when the pyramids of Giza were suppos
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
:-)))) If I was in any way politically active, I would be all for a Meritocratic system. All the best, Gary
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Manu, I appreciate the brief and 'to the point' explanation. Best wishes, Gary
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dune (Dennis). Thanks. I haven't visited the forum for a few years now and I am delighted to be engaging with you again. Your 'speed of light'-related discoveries are noteworthy. I have found many examples of the SOL at Giza and in the dimensions of the Great Pyramid. I have been reading through a lot of your posts over the last few days, and I am both surprised and impressed with your mat
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Cloister, The following revelations are presented in detail with illustrations on my Website. 1). It is a FACT that from the crown-head-center of the Sphinx at Giza (29.975295ºN, 31.137712ºE) to the ancient site of Gobekli Tepe (37.222899ºN, 38.922226ºE) at the heading of 39.72 degrees is a distance of 1,080 kilometers (1,080,000.00 meters) exactly. 1,080 is a significant number being 1/
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Dr. Thanks for the welcome (its been a long time), and thanks for the questions. However, the answers to your questions would be exhaustive in what should be a required detailed explanation and really not for me to answer. You will find your questions explained by more qualified people than me and in any reliable source you can find on the history of the metre unit. Best wishes, Gary
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11 months ago
Gary Osborn
I would contend that the correct value in meters for the Royal Cubit is 0.5236 . . . 3.1416 pi/6 = 0.5236, and this is the value that works to produce answers to much that has been encoded at Giza. On March 30th, 1791, the meter was first defined as being one ten-millionth (1/10,000,000) of the distance between the Equator and the North Pole through Paris, as measured at sea level. 10,000,00
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4 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Edward, Thanks. That is all very interesting to me. With the points you make I can now look at how this may correlate with elements of your own work. Your last question: Yes, I know that the angle value is 26.3º for the Grand Gallery and Ascending and Descending Passages . . . I was just using the round figure of 26.5º - "close to Petrie." Kind regards, Gary. Post Edite
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4 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Edward, See here: It may be worth reading through the presentation before this one, but you can pretty much grasp the information straight away with the images I have provided. I would like to see how your own work might correlate in some way, and yes, already understand much of the math and geometry (e.g, the Pythagorean Theorem and 3-4-5 triangle) in your own work and how it all appl
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4 years ago
Gary Osborn
Interesting. Edward, have you by any chance read, or are familiar with 'The Giza Prophecy,' which I co-authored with Scott Creighton? The 23.5* angle is repeated within the Great Pyramid's angle geometry as viewed in cross-section. Regards, Gary
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6 years ago
Gary Osborn
For MJT. Gary Osborn
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6 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Danny, These apparent, symbolic correlations and connections between the Nile Delta, The River Nile, the brain and spinal cord, the physio-kundalini-chakra system - as also symbolised in the lotus flower and the shamanic World Tree - all of which are also related to the deeper meaning behind the 'Zero Prime Meridian', has been known for some time. I have been writing about these same connec
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6 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Mark, Thanks for your interesting comments. I agree with most of what you say - although I reserve judgement on what the intelligence behind all this might be or that this might be "ET" related. We have no proof of this one way or the other. Jim Penniston is convinced that the intelligence he encountered are "time travelers" - us from the future. I would like your permiss
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Mark, You write: "What has emerged is a personalized sacred text, which makes for a stunning read, especially in times of doubt (because it isn't watered down with anything and everything.) We call it The Book of Faith". And: "The passages in my wife's book may be short, but they add up to several pages of magical anecdotes that are extremely inspirational and paradigm alter
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Mark, Don't mind at all. I'll have something to post soon on the new thread. Thanks. Best wishes, Gary
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Mark, Thanks, you're welcome - nice to know that you have written a book on this subject. I would like to add, that synchronicity has played a major part in my life and since the mid 80s mostly. I have noted and recorded many of them - especially the synchronisitc associations I've had with certain people over the years . . . what I call a "synchromesh of phenomena" - or my ve
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Mark. Having researched and written on the nature of human consciousness myself, I'm very much interested in synchroncities, and of course I've experienced many over the years. Here's an account of an extraordinary synchronicity I had while reading about Carl Jung: Summer 1995, I am on holiday in the South of France with my then partner and members of her family. Anyway I can’t remembe
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Bruce, Yes, I have that book by Hodson and others by him; a classic. Thanks for the info on Dhyanyogi Madhusudandas - most interesting that you knew him . . . and 116 years! remarkable. Best, Gary
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Richard, My apologies for taking all this time to respond to your post. I have been very busy on a number of things. Thanks for this information. So there 'was' another obelisk associated with 16th Street? That's interesting. Was this one brought over from Egypt? I think that all you have described was intentional - the same motifs over and over again. Are you familiar with the esoteri
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi William, Thanks for the response, and I'm really pleased to see you here as AoM. As for the White House matching the location of the King's Chamber in this map, if you look at figure 13 on my webpage . . . You will note that the King's Chamber, which is offset from the apex by 6.5 degrees, does fall within the vicinity of the White House, but isn't spot on, as the White House has
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7 years ago
Gary Osborn
Hi Bruce, Thanks. I'm looking forward to the discussions on here with William, and hopefully will be contributing more over the next few weeks. Best, Gary
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