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3 days ago
Spiros
Radjedaf: or:
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
Spiros
Revelation clearly relates the constellation of Draco with the devil. When Erdogan first became prime minister of Turkey the upper culmination of Thuban(alpha Draconis) as observed at Constantinople was 66.66 degrees.
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
Spiros
Hello thinkitover, I don't speak German, but are you sure the pyramidion is for G3c and not G3a? Can you please point out where the G3c pyramidion is mentioned. BR Spiros
Forum: Mysteries
23 days ago
Spiros
Hello all, I have just published a second enriched edition of my book on Amazon titled "The Giza Mountains of Sinai: Uniting Sinai Giza Hellas". It is available in Paperback. The book is in color. It's size is very large(8.5 x 11 inches) just as the previous edition. The new edition contains one extra chapter that deals with the African Egyptian peaks that correlate to the Giza py
Forum: Misc.
24 days ago
Spiros
If stationed at geocentric latitude 51° 52' and longitude 0° you target Egypt with the exact direction - azimuth of mount Parnassus in Greece, then the curve crosses close to the South-West corner of Khufu's pyramid. It actual crosses over the pyramid. This agrees with my theory that relates the 3 mountains in Greece with the 3 main pyramids of Giza. Mount Parnassus thus relates to Khufu's pyrami
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
24 days ago
Spiros
Hello DUNE, Good thinking! But I think what they had in mind is the slope of the pyramid equaling the geocentric latitude in England as it intersect the Greenwich meridian. We can see how the line aligns with mount Parnassus and mount Helicon. Mount Parnassus as outlined in my books corresponds to the Khufu Pyramid. I think people with recognize the place that has a latitude of 31.78
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
24 days ago
Spiros
Sad news. May his soul rest in peace.
Forum: Mysteries
27 days ago
Spiros
Data from Wikipedia: Dikti or Dicte is a mountain range on the east of the island of Crete in the regional unit of Lasithi. On the west it extends to the regional unit of Heraklion. According to some Hellenic mythology, Zeus was reared on this mountain in a cave called Dictaeon Antron (Psychro Cave). On the north of the main massif, the Lasithi Plateau is located. The topology of the mountain
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Spiros
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Re reading Engbren's post 8th Sep with a clear > connection between Khufu and Hapi what you say > makes a lot of sense.I am guessing that turquoise > held considerable status, it did in ancient > Greece, along with lapis lazuli.It also has the > one woman in distress and the pause and refusal to
Forum: Mysteries
29 days ago
Spiros
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've been looking at every part of the Pisces > constellation on the constellation guide, and need > to think about it all.There is a blue star, but > the original states Turquoise which must be > important , and I don't think it's the sacred > fish. I don't know if the constellation of Virgo &
Forum: Mysteries
29 days ago
Spiros
We can find proof of this knowledge if we look at the placement of important cities. It seems that they wanted to point out the difference in latitude via assigning a specific angle to a geocentric latitude and assigning it to a geodetic latitude also. This way we have two points on the globe with this specific characteristic. The only logical explanation is that this information was passed on to
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To be honest it's the dropped turquoise fish > pendant that bugs me most.The net is a > constellation, the rest I can follow , the boat > stops..There is a whacking great chunk missing > there. As I said before Mars 'disappears' for > around 2 days. Is this something similar ? Planets > DO g
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Each star that makes up a > constellation often has its own meaning too. > You might want to look at NASA's site where they > have put up the original THIRTEEN zodiac signs, > the lost one coming between Sagittarius and > Scorpio,Ophiuchus, linked to Imhotep, a real > Egyptian man, serpent h
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Hello engbren, Forget about these astronomical distant dates. They do not refer IV dynasty Egypt. Things are simple. You have the boat. Well that is when Khafre was born. The sun is at the boat. But what constellation does that refer to? Table 6.1: wia: the boat (Sagittarius) {Lull's hypothesis accepted by Belmonte with a few doubts} It looks like there are two events with a difference o
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
molder Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Centre of First to centre of Third Pyramid 29102.0 > and 22616.0 = 36857.7 at 37º 51' 6 I think Dash has this angle at 37.771°. Parthenon geocentric latitude = 37.785°
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
Athanasios Aggelopoulos in his book "Cheops - the Great Architect"(in Greek) says that the latitude of Athens ~ 38° is equal to the complementary to the slope of the Great Pyramid angle (90° - 52° = 38°). The problem is that the true slope of the pyramid is 51° 52". People probably did not come up with a correlation because they were looking at the geodetic latitude of landma
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
In the diagram I posted it is not clear that I am referring to Greek, Boeotian Thebes(not Egyptian Thebes, Karnak/Luxor). That is what is encoded the city of 7 gates. I converted the Khufu pyramid apex angle to the corresponding latitude converting from geocentric to geodetic and came up with the geodetic latitude which corresponds to Antigone street of Thebes. From this street photos are ofte
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
Did the architects of Khufu's pyramid know about the shape of the Earth? Geocentric latitude is the angular distance between a point on the Earth's surface and the equator, using the center of the Earth as the vertex. It differs from geodetic latitude in that it accounts for the ellipsoidal shape of the Earth rather than considering it as a perfect sphere. Compare geodetic latitude.
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello engbren, >>1. Sopdet is Sah’s consort and we have already tied Sah to Reusre; >>2. In one of the scenes, Reusre is outside Ruddjedet house standing with his kilt upside down. I think this is a reference to looking to the north or possibly laying down and looking straight up; QuoteReusre => powerful Ra Laying down and looking straight up => exactly. The sun is risi
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Spiros
Very interesting. Since the bow-string is not pronounced I notice: r (D21) d (D46) mjet (Y1) RA D MIAT Convert the I to two E. I = 10, E = 5 RA D MEEAT mix letters around: DAMATEER Doric dialect for Demeter as 'Damater'. The last is a long E depicted by a Heta in Ionic alphabets or using two E in other alphabets. Nothing to do with Sirius. It is Virgo. Same value by the
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
From another source: The Orientations of the Giza pyramids and associated structures Erin Nell and Clive Ruggles QuoteThe alignment of the causeways of Khufu and Khafre, although not that of Menkaure, differ greatly from all other monuments on the Giza Plateau, and may offer some useful insights as a result. Khafre’s causeway, as already discussed, is oriented with a DFC of between +13°
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No Spiros we discussed this over at the Hall of > Ma'at. Your belief in your > pseudo-magical-mathematically grammar counting is > just not science no matter what you might think. > We are under no obligation to pretend your data is > not contrived or the conclusions based on it are > NOT just y
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
How about this: Lake - water = Akhet(flooding) folded 24 cubits = whole duration of Akhet = 4 months but the lake originally was at 12 cubits(half full) = 2 months The exact date thus is between the end of II Akhet(II Akhet 30) and the start of III Akhet (III Akhet 1). If you use this for the time of Sneferu you would have a date between August 4 and August 5. To observe
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
If one looks at the Hellenic mythology, he will see that the feminine goddess Gaia corresponds to the masculine god Geb. On the other hand the masculine god Uranus corresponds to the feminine goddess Nut. The god, apart from Enceladus, that is associated with the shaking of the Earth is Poseidon. But in the Phaistos disk I read: "Zeus shaking earth. ". Maybe Zeus, Dias, at early times,
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
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Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello engbren, I don't know if we could relate planet Mercury as Sebeg with a certain Egyptian god. Budge relates him to Seth. His Hellenic equivalent Hermes probably relates him to Thoth. The surface of the Moon looks pretty much like that of Mercury they are barren so they relate to the desert god Seth. It is a shame that 2 stories have missing parts and we cannot extract astronomic informa
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello Ray, The Proto Siniatic writing system can be regarded pre-Phoenician, which can be regarded pre-Hebrew. The Phoenician system consisted of 22 letters but there is no indication that the Proto Siniatic system consisted of so many letters. But the evidence is very scant so we cant be sure yet. Best regards Spiros
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here's some evidence: > > QuoteThe Sinai inscriptions are best known from > carved graffiti and votive texts from a mountain > in the Sinai called Serabit el-Khadim and its > temple to the Egyptian goddess Hathor > (ḥwt-ḥr). The mountain contained turquoise > mines which were visited by rep
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello engbren, I think the 14 number refers to the number of chromosomes in specific grains or legumes. These are Einkorn wheat, barley, rye, peas, and lentils. If you look into the 20 number you see kannabis, corn, and cocoa. The 12 number leads you to the forbidden Pythagorean food: broad beans Did the Pythagoreans avoid eating broad beans because of the affects to people suffering
Forum: Mysteries
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