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16 days ago
seasmith
The three prime motions (or axies of motions in the heavens) were known in ancient times and depicted to the best of the Ancient's abilities, at least in the most evolved of the mythologies. The recurring passage of the sun across the sky, the seasonal swings of the heavens and the long-cycle precession of the equinoxes were all apparent to the early astronomers. Sometimes, according to the man
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19 days ago
seasmith
Kaaron Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Oseryg > Big lit lol > I found so much interesting information on this > channel, I thought I'd share. > I wouldn't be surprised if he's a member here. >>> A visual tour de force. What has anthropology become ?
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21 days ago
seasmith
∞ Mercurial wrote: " It's worth considering other perspectives too, such as the possibility that many thousands of years ago the heavens were also considered as just another sphere, from the outside, as if from the all-seeing eye of Laplaces's God, like on this globe by Willem Blaeu, now in a museum in Florence. I know you have, Hendrik, in your diagrams, and they make a lot of sense
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22 days ago
seasmith
Hi Drew, In Sumerian myth, Sin (Nanna) the moon god was a bull and god of cow herding, as first-born son of Enlil (sky god-bull of heaven). I haven't looked it up, but wouldn't be surprised if Egyptian Thoth, bringer of all knowledge, was somewhere accredited with bequeathing the skills of domestication and husbandry. "The primary symbol of the moon god was as a bull, the result of the
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22 days ago
seasmith
hendrik dirker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi seasmith > > your first comment: > > ,1235811#msg-1235811 > QuoteJust lie on your back with head to the > North and your Iphone, take picture, problem > solved... > > Just exactly how, whichever problem > was resolved thereby, is still somewhat of a > mystery, I da
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24 days ago
seasmith
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > @ Idennyjr > > QuoteI am noticing the apex of the triangle is > pointing north. My thoughts are the apex is > pointing at the polar star Vega which I believe is > referred to as the celestial North Pole > > Your claim is not so clear, how can this triangle > geometry actually be pointing
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24 days ago
seasmith
Hi Mercurial, Having recently finished Maspero's "History of Egypt", and casting about for another 19th siècle historian to peruse because they had not yet been emasculated by the PC virus scourge, began a reread of Massey's "Egypt, L o W" , most of which i'd forgotten by now. Here this turn of the century 'new-ager' is giving the Ophiuchous title to Early Horus as An H
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26 days ago
seasmith
¥ What did BHO know, and when did he know it ? worms begin to squirm...
Forum: Global Village
26 days ago
seasmith
• Hendrik Dirker wrote: "Explain" >>> According to Gerald Massey, that is how the very Ancient Egyptians figured the Milky Way via the Nile, or vise versa; flowing from the heights of heaven down to Earthly domains.
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26 days ago
seasmith
hendrik dirker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dunno what the Pope will make of that... > > QuoteYve > If you take a sheet of paper and draw on (it) the > Plough/ Big Dipper as your reference point in the > sky, you must reverse East and West. When you hold > it above your head and align North and South they > then go to the right
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26 days ago
seasmith
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here is a simplified version of the King's Chamber > placement. > > Hopefully this helps to establish that the > placement of the King's Chamber is apparently not > arbitrary, as well as strengthening the case for > several ancient Egyptian units of measurement > besides the Royal Cubit.
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
seasmith
Added to previous post- Maypoles Why does sometimes the URL tool work, and sometimes not ?
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28 days ago
seasmith
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just above your post I wrote something which says > in essence: Why to center the whole discussion on > this notion of equilateral triangle? Does it > disturb you so much? > OK, let us say that Gobekli Tepe people already > had some good knowledge of geometry, because you > just can't build such
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29 days ago
seasmith
Sometimes i think we find ancient knowledge and lore so mystifying because modern folk, in the last couple centuries of mechanical and electrical revolutions, have just lost what was just common knowledge to our forebears. So common it was in fact that it was hardly ever commented upon in the histories. In the Boy Scouts (some time ago), and later in Recondo training, we learned how to tell ti
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4 weeks ago
seasmith
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A very complete esoteric reminder that seems to > stem from the doctrines of Hermes triple > magister. > This reminder brings me back to my remark: Was > Gobekli Tepe conceived by hunter-gatherers or > surveyors disciples of Thot? Is the meaning of > your presentation? (which unfortunately has &g
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4 weeks ago
seasmith
Just to add on a little to the great discussion pertaining to the symbolism of Three and the Triangle, all of which i'm in agreement, with and could add some more. Physically, It encloses the most space of any three points on a plane. It is the most efficient spoke system for a wheel. ∆ (A square encloses more space as a area/perimeter ratio, but takes a third more material and effort to con
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
Hello Rise, Remote sensing and core sampling sciences have come a Long way since your 15-year old source was published. History often shows cyclings. In climate, destructions, migrations and populations; just to name a few areas. hydroloop MIT Also, have you considered what was happening on the Libyan Coast and West African shores, pre-last Ice Age ? How far back in time is "or
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
“ "These chosen surroundings would have influenced the way the Sun and Moon were seen, particularly in the timing of their rising and setting at special times, like when the Moon appears at its most northerly position on the horizon, which only happens every 18.6 years,” Dr. Higginbottom said. “For example, at 50% of the sites, the northern horizon is relatively higher and close
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sirfiroth Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > The cubit rods have several characteristic > which > > are ignored by mainstream. Why are some cubit > rods > > of the same length divided into 7 palms 28 > digits, > > or 6 palms 24 digi
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
RLPoole Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- seasmith wrote: > Eh ? Get what ? : > I hesitate to embark on this topic here, instead > of the Science board; but the whole mish-mash of > gravity and magnetism as presented here on the > prestigious AOM channel is a menace to young minds > seeking to order their logic and reason upon sound >
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
Politicians and Lefty-Libs are lining up now to legalize " Theft by Mail " It's the Democrat dictum: Disaster for all, power for the Left (well that is for Liberal Elite Establishment at the top of the pyramid scheme). Can you spell socialist oligarchy ?
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
seasmith
seasmith Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mercurial Wrote: ury" > > What's strange, I think, is that there are so > many > > possible values. Does the rate vary? Or is the > > path not completely circular? > >>> Isn't that the same thing, as elliptical orbits do vary in speed. I'm wondering if the differ
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi seasmith, > > Good questions. How long really is a precessional > cycle, and what affects the duration? I thought > this was interesting on Wikipedia : "Ptolemy > compared his own observations with those made by > Hipparchus, Menelaus of Alexandria, Timocharis, > and Agrippa. He fo
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5 weeks ago
seasmith
3/2 odd/even synodic periods between Earth/Moon or Moon/ Venus system cycles, and incidentally the most harmonic chord intervals in any music octave. Venus spin appears counter to regular solar system, but those opposing polarities work in phase as electric double-layers. The anomaly is not so odd considering that apparent "Earth-precessional" motion is counter to regular ecliptic/zod
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
Jim Alison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi all, > > I mention Nabta in my remen article because I > think the latitude of Nabta is reflective of the > remen as a measure of degrees of latitude. 5,000 > remen = one minute of latitude. 15000 remen = > three minutes of latitude = one league. 300,000 > remen = one degree of lati
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
Shawn Hamilton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Author: seasmith () > Date: April 18, 2020 04:35PM : "Sorry Shawn, > thought i had written advocacy, not advertising. > Spell Checker is a cruel master" > > > It would help me if you put into clear language > what you think my web site (The Swill Bucket) is > advocatin
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
The ref to Left Eye of Horus, in Jiri's thread, was naturally to the one tore out by Seth/Typhon; and replaced according to most accounts by Thoth and coming to represent Luna. The 56 number has traditionally had a Venus connection through the often repeated Fibonacci/Phi sequence and the female Venus pattern of 5 solar conjunctions, 8 years and 13 sidereal revolutions. Venus 1260 Five
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
M, TiO, Yes that would be the Pensée. Dr V just cracked the barn door, the steeds are long down the road by now and u2 are probably astride the lead chargers, so please disregard my earlier post. Hairy Luna ? Yikes, your suggestions are much more amenable to the left eye of Horus, and people have long known the moon as thoth intermediary between Sol and Terra Firma.
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi mold and seasmith, > > Sorry, was quite busy for the last few days. Those > images are fantastic. Was > > e "anthromorph" shapes could be connected to > Ophiuchus derived images. > > There similarities between them all are amazing. I > think I like the Adelaide one b
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6 weeks ago
seasmith
Shawn wrote: "You'll notice, too, that the site runs no advertising at all." Sorry Shawn, thought i had written advocacy, not advertising. Spell Checker is a cruel master ☺
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