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7 years ago
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Because he was part of a group who included the man who wrote this book: De tripici minimo et mensura by Giordano Bruno. Bruno was burned as a heretic. A good reason to keep things secret. Pope Alexander VII decreed that the earth is centre of God's universe and that the Sun goes around the Earth (geocentricism), Copernicus stated otherwise (Heliocentrism). Despite now allowing peop
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7 years ago
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Leonardo knew The tilt angle of the earth Blasphemy Better cut his head and his finger off. The Eastern Orthodox and Byzantine Catholic churches also celebrate this feast on August 29. This date in the Julian Calendar, used by the Russian, Macedonian and Serbian Orthodox Churches, corresponds in the present century to 11 September in the Gregorian Calendar. The day is always obse
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7 years ago
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"THERE are persons whose minds would be incapable of appreciating the intellectual grandeur of the ancients, even in physical science, were they to receive the most complete demonstration of their profound learning and achievements. Notwithstanding the lesson of caution which more than one unexpected discovery has taught them, they still pursue their old plan of denying, and, what is still w
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7 years ago
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Starts Skellig Michael finishes at Mount Carmel. Pythagoras spent a lot of time at Mount Carmel. Pythagorians watching the sunrise. Apollo riding the White Swan Wear a tall hat like a Druid in the old days Ride a white swan like the people of the Beltane. (PS The singer spent a long time at a castle in France) Mount Carmel Post Edited (20-Mar-12 05:20)
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7 years ago
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The church of St Roch, Paris Now watch this: Post Edited (20-Mar-12 04:45)
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7 years ago
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Through st Michael's Tower Glastonbury.
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7 years ago
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Well this is a good suibject. The reason it doesn't work is because the two dimensional projection is not a GREAT CIRCLE representation. Remember that with any map we are trying to represent a three dimensional object as a two dimensional image. Distortion will occur. I am a Radio Ham. If from London I want to put my beam towards New York I must beam NORTH West. On my GREAT CIRCLE map
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7 years ago
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THE CELTIC CROSS St Salveur capitol of Ile d'Yeu which has the largest concentration of Megaliths anywhere in France. Quote: Neolithic markings in the native stone and an unusual concentration of megalithic dolmens and menhirs attest to the island's early sanctity.[1] Whether or not its inhabitants were evangelised at the beginning of the fourth century by Martin of Vertou and Saint Hi
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7 years ago
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OK lets extend this a little. Christianso is an island off Bornholm. See this for the significance of this island ARTHUR'S STONE Maen Ceti, - Neolithic burial tomb dating back to 2500 B.C. The lines cross at Avebury But there's more. Disect this angle And if that's not enough Lourdes is on the Greenwich Meridian and is the site of a former Druid Temple. T
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7 years ago
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Dunkerque - Barcelona (i.e. Paris Meridian) = 666 miles Skellig Michael to Bourges Cathedral = 666 miles - Angle 66.6 degrees. (That's 90 degrees minus the tilt angle of the earth) Weighing of souls on the facade of Bourges Cathedral That's the job of ST MICHAEL Distance from Barcelona to Bourges (St Michael crossing point) as a ratio of Barcelona to Dunkerque is 0.618 to 1
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7 years ago
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NAPTA PLAYA WAS the only megalithic circle still remaining in Egypt. Another ancient astronomy site removed by ethnic cleansing religious fanatics (Judaeo, Christian, Islamic etc). Such things are not conducive to population control you see and have to be removed or built upon by their own religious iconography.
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9 years ago
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Sublime Lime Tree Farm, Yorkshire, England
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9 years ago
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Priory of Sion: Abbé Cauneille and ‘Circuit’ Abbé François-Pierre Cauneille was the village priest of Rennes-les-Bains in 1780 (born in 1754, date of death unknown). In reality he is not known to have written any books. In reality there are no books by him in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris. Yet a whole mythology centres around the Abbé because of the way his name was utilised b
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9 years ago
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In the Aude region they plan to mark the Paris Meridian at the following places: Aude Dans le département de l'Aude : * Les Martys * Conques-sur-Orbiel * Miraval-Cabardès * La Tourette-Cabardès * Villanière * Villardonnel * Salsigne * Aragon * Villegailhenc * Pennautier * Carcassonne * Cavanac * Couffoulens * Leuc * Verzeille *
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9 years ago
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On the left the marker placed at the side of the Couiza/Arques road in 2000. On the right an old marker that was found and remounted at the same time. Here's another at the side of the Roman baths whilst leaving Rennes les Bains by car Quote"My dear Roseline, who died on 6 August 1967, the Feast of the Transfiguration, while leaving the Zero Meridian by car." Philippe de Cherisey
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9 years ago
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La Meridienne Verte Why is the Meridian female?
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10 years ago
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137. Peyrolles
Firstly Hello everyone. Just to keep this short and sweet I was curious to find out just how many people are aware of this. Peyrolles is a village approximately 3 miles to the east of the famous village of Rennes le Chateau. (you know, from where a priest called Beranger Sauniere came and sparked a whole industry culminating in The Da Vinci Code). The name Peyrolles comes from the Occitan wo
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