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8 weeks ago
drew
Sheesh Yve, but what a great post. Reading it was like checking notes on a script where certain scenes needed a bit of effort from the actors...aaaaaaand actiON! Don't forget now...we are all individuals with similar experiences and ways of doing things. That's why team sports are great because you don't have 13 goal keepers to a side and no-one kicking off. The only sport I can think of that
Forum: Inner Space
8 weeks ago
drew
Hi Rob I was trying to see if there was any correlation between a trapezoid and measures of distance and time. The trapezoid has parallel sides of 7 and 22/7 units, the foundation of measure for the ancient circle, drawn up as 100 and 22/7 x 100 units. These sides are placed apart to create 2 trapezoids, one with the parallel lines 7(100) apart, and the other with the lines 22/7(x100) apart. O
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
drew
I may have thought there was something to this diagram but maybe there isn’t...just a few numbers that appear to be tied up with ancient things, but maybe not. In the first instance, by using the diameter-line of 7 parts equalling 100 units, the circumference-line equals 22/7 parts x 100. In this easy comparison, a measure of 21 parts equals 300 units. In the second instance, the ‘doorway’ in
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Au contraire dear Yve, it isn't a longing for home but a desire to explore beyond home's boundaries where things seem quite familiar but also quite new. In how many instances have you yourself encountered deja-vu either before, during or after an occasion, and wondered if you had really been there/done that for a second or more-time? And how long do those instances last for...fleeting seconds, mi
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
All depends on the distances between places and whether they conform to some mathematical property separating how ever many there are on a line, or how far someone travels in a day or 2, or a week or more. Then there may be a reason found in hunter/gathering and the boundaries for things setting limits between peoples due to re-establishment of campsites or villages, and how far folk forage half-
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi Tom Slainte means 'health'. Pretty good Irish 'cheers'. Ah, it's all good, mate. I'm certainly having fun, and I hope you are too. Just going to try a little bit of extending out into the greater surrounds a bit for a while and see how I go with exploring some things. Got me some Aboriginal sites to see ;) All the best to you!
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hi Yve Ah, it's not really a ping-pong court...folk do have their fun with what they aim for and there is always something in the back of someone's mind when they offer topics or posts about things. I tried to find something within myself when I started posting in here a couple of years ago, and I guess I found it, for what it was. I was in here off and on way before that, trying to find somet
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
I don't dabble in trying to express my understandings about who we are and what we are trying to do these days as I figure folk will always have an understanding that I might not have grasped yet. So many books out there for folk to read and ponder; so many religions and temples to visit and understand; so many philosophies and various forms of psychology and such...how does one go about identify
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Considering the complete height of the gateway is 460.952381, when divided by faux-pi we find 146 2/3 indicating the complete doorway height, and again faux-pi is the ratio between 46 2/3 and 146 2/3 in the doorway. While being quite neat in its math properties, if there is a way to uncover a relationship to the size of Earth or time, then it goes a long way in identifying something about ancient
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
One can very well use a wheel with one mark on its edge to roll out a straight line that is pi-times the wheel’s diameter, and one can use wheels half and double the size to still define the same pi-relationship. If one were to place the diameter line and circumference line parallel to each other, at a certain distance apart, one could join the ends of both lines together to create a trapezoid wi
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi Robert Thanks for the encouragement, not only to myself but to yourself and others who may get something out of this little foray...just depends on who else wants to play with not just this little topic but with their own works. I don't play with this stuff much these days as I'm not sure what I have figured out in the past and what still needs transferring into more recent stuff. I gues
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Cheers Milo.
Forum: Misc.
2 months ago
drew
First there is the measure of Earth being 111.13294km per degree of meridian circumference when the circumference is 40,007.86km or 21,602.52nm. The odd thing here is 11.13294nm = 20.6182km, and a further odd thing is 20.6182” isn’t a terrible measure for the Royal Cubit. Then there is 31.42948km equalling 16.97056nm, where the diagonal of a 12 x 12 square equals 16.97056. If we remove 72 from
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi yas Using 4177BCE as a backdrop in astronomy, when Sirius rises, Algenib in Pegasus is at the right angle all the alignments rest on if one started at Avebury or the like, and it sits just under 10deg above the horizon right when Sirius rises. Now, this isn't to say Algenib is the right star to play with in such a thing because it is this year that is being identified, so any year might off
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
What? What do you mean 'be different' ? Be different from who you are? Be different from others? Be someone completely likeable by those who give you a serve now and then because they're different? Or are they the same? So, be the same as them? Be the same as everyone else? Don't be you but be them? Bugger...does that mean being different is not allowed by those who need t
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hi M I'm wondering if the year of about 4170 BCE has been touched on? "Ophiuchus stands over one of the two parts in the sky where the ecliptic meets the Milky Way, the Golden Gate (the other one being the Silver Gate, possibly guarded by Orion), so it would make sense to think of any figures derived from Ophiuchus as guardians of souls traveling to the place where souls are sorted&quo
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Very interesting C. I'll add to it. One thing folk seem to miss with astronomical observations is that the sun doesn’t arc through the sky at all. It is stuck against its background while Earth rotates and orbits. This can plainly be seen in the night sky as all the stars hold their positions while planets and moon slowly alter their positions against those stars, wending their ways on courses
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hiyas I've read Massey also recently and agree with a depiction of Ophy being Horus wrestling with Apophis, and extend that to an ancient time period and certain moment of the day where astronomical alignments of certain stars and circumpolar points through the centre of our galaxy are the axis upon which the churning occurred. As Horus was promoted to be the Earthly representative of the line
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi Luke Is there any way you guys can contact him to see if he is doing alright? I read his extract and wanted to see what kind of explanation he has for his 'implant' that may just be a cyst beneath the skin, which may indicate a fibrous thing brought about by very close proximity to excessive radio wave frequency/ies, such as a cell phone when first purchased and used too often. I wouldn'
Forum: Author of the Month
2 months ago
drew
Hi Yve, C Well, there are the bull and ram having gods represent them in some way, yes, but I don't want to include all the animals that have gods represent them. Going so far as to really identify the bull and its cows, and the ram and ewes, this gets into animal husbandry for breeding selection. The underlying reason for the inquiry is for 'selective breeding' that Osiris and his earlier
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Does anyone know if there was a god of animals or such, in the same way that Osiris - and quite a few others - were gods of vegetation? I'm wondering, because there are several references to Osiris or such coming to the people to teach them about agriculture and supposedly animal husbandry, and yet I can't find a reference to a god of animals or animal husbandry, or if there was a god who taug
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
drew
Hey Ron, you old bugger! Are you telling us you've found out it is better to sit back and smile at the wonders of the surroundings? Well, just as long as you step into the picture now and then and let us know what you're seeing. If you keep too much to yourself, we may miss out on a very nice description from you, and that would be a real shame. So, I won't be saying goodbye and thanks for the
Forum: Misc.
3 months ago
drew
Ah haha. Mick projects his fear and fantasy of 'End of Times', and Susan's stuck in a box swatting at reality as it asks her questions about 'What if?' Susan, you gotta spend more time in the Science and Mysteries boards to get a grasp of reality, and then absorb Inner Space's offerings that can have you sifting our fears from our favours. Now, I don't think such a comment is profound at all,
Forum: Inner Space
3 months ago
drew
Hi Jim Oh, I don’t know if you should have deleted it...maybe added to it about the difference between solar and stellar days if possible. For Earth’s stellar day rotation of 23h 56m 4.1s of 360deg, 15d offers up 1h 1m 1.5s regression for star culmination, which kind of means that for every day forward that one observes the sky at just 4.1s earlier than the appropriate hour, one would obser
Forum: Mysteries
4 months ago
drew
Well, that was fun. A few days chilling out in the bush and quite the bit of exploring. But damn it! The directions I was given and the area I went to ended up being not where I should have been! Someone gave me a big grey area to find a bit of black-white that turns out to be over in another valley lol. "Take the first left" should have been "Take the second left". I wo
Forum: Inner Space
4 months ago
drew
I'm with you, Tom. Well...maybe a little offside but that is just the nitty gritty of stuff. My ancestors on my mum's side came from Boston to settle in Albury Australia, where we helped build an emerging township. Apparently, the Kimballs have quite the foundations in Boston, which isn't in the South. But Washington is its own place with all it means, so it seems like you and I have something in
Forum: Inner Space
4 months ago
drew
Ah, Peter Sellers, probably my most favourite actor. Ever. Does that include television? Stay happy, Yve
Forum: Inner Space
4 months ago
drew
Yeah, but you don't need much, do you. I reckon you give more than you take, whether you are aware of it or not. I know you try to give more than you need but that's only because you have plenty and giving some up doesn't take anything away from you. Well...except when you have to try 16 1/2 different ways to say the same thing to someone who just doesn't feel like stepping away from their mirror
Forum: Inner Space
4 months ago
drew
I like some of the mentions of Freud and Jung by Yve and Eddie...Freud was all about the negative inside us while Jung was all about the positive, and both set out to discover how to identify the stuff we are made of and deal with it better than we had before. Poor Freud and his patients though...a shame personality disorders have to be created in order to be done away with. Well, that's Freud do
Forum: Inner Space
4 months ago
drew
Phew wee, Tom. It kind of looks like you found the 'light' hiding in amidst all that...one's acceptance of personal truth where there is no dark or grey because those are still undecided on what a personal truth is. Everyone has their personal truth which is their 'light', while compared to everyone else, we all see 'darks' and 'greys'. I applaud anyone who has a solid belief and cannot be sha
Forum: Inner Space
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