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9 days ago
Spiros
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "But how can the architects of these skyscrapers > have planned these structures when the height > relates not to the Giza pyramids but rather the > Greek mountains? " > > it could very well be that the planning of neither > took into consideration, mountains in Greece, > Pyramids
Forum: Mysteries
9 days ago
Spiros
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Manu. > > Manu Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > Khnum-Khufu was supposedly his birth name so this > would come first would it not? > > The case I am making, which is really just > acknowledging reality, is that it doesn't matter >
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
Spiros
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Spiros, > > Can you provide the survey's on which you are > basing your claims? > > Jacob According to Maragioglio, Rinaldi the base length of G3 is 104.6 m by 102.2 m. This means that the half base dimensions are 171.6 by 167.7 feet. The length of the Chrysler building at Lexington a
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
Spiros
More on New York:
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
Spiros
There are similarities between the inter-relationships of 3 mountains in Greece with 3 of the Great Pyramids of Giza. New York does not have 3 relative to Giza skyscrapers but 2. This way information of the 3 Giza pyramids is squeezed into these 2 buildings. According to Wikipedia the distance between the two skyscrapers is 946.85 m. According to Petrie the distance between the Khufu pyr
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
Spiros
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Spiros. > > maybe I missed something, but what do the Chrysler > Building dimensions have to do with G3 or any of > the pyramids? The ratio between the heights of G2 > and G1 is 274 2/27 cubits / 280 cubits = 185/189 = > (0.97883578) respectively. Like the Mountains to > Pyramids, you s
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
Spiros
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Spiros, > > According to the measures of Maragioglio and > Rinaldi the base of Menkaure's pyramid (G3) > converted to cubits makes the pyramid 200 cubits > long and 195 cubits wide which actually makes a 1 > + 1/39 (40/39) ratio for the rectangular base. If > Maragioglio and Rinaldi ar
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
Spiros
According to Maragioglio, Rinaldi the base of Menkaure's pyramid is 104.6 m by 102.2 m. The half width is thus 51.1 m.
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
Spiros
QuoteWhat, I ask myself, could possibly be the motivation -- what, is the underlying function of the Giza complex -- in context of associating pyramids with mountains? What is the relevance, if hypothetically, the mountains in Greece -- natural geographical phenomena, which in the creation process of Earth -- were fashioned to correlate with stars? (the latter adopting correlating positions respe
Forum: Mysteries
16 days ago
Spiros
hendrik dirker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The OCT 'scandal' issue is indeed old news. > However, the sensationalism of the topic demands > clarification regarding its misgivings. It is > furthermore essential that the function, > dynamics & intent of an actual, > veritable pyramid-star correlation be > comprehended. > &
Forum: Mysteries
22 days ago
Spiros
Below we see how this takes place the year 1955 AD. We have chosen the right date(October 25) so that the Sun rises aligning with the Khafre pyramid causeway and also so that during the observation of the Leo and Orion constellations it is night(early morning). We also notice that at this instance in time planet Jupiter also aligns with the Eastern direction. Bauval's idea is tha
Forum: Mysteries
22 days ago
Spiros
SandyJesse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Spiros, > > Personally, I think that the Pyramid of Khafre is > a message to the future. And for someone to say > that they made a mistake and changed the design > midstream, is a good way to never find it,..in my > opinion. But is much better not to try and find > it. First, change
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Spiros
This thread mentions the mountain Hasan Dagi in Anatolia. But near this mountains there are 2 more mountains with a larger altitude. They are Demirkazik at 3756 meters, and Erciyes at 3917 meters. If one was to climb on top of mount Demirkazik at the epoch the Giza pyramids were erected then he would observe the Andromeda galaxy setting directly over mount Hasan Dagi. The Greek equivalent m
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Spiros
These 7 mountains mentioned in the Book of Enoch relate to 7 pyramids at Giza. The placement of these pyramids encode the position of real mountains.
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Spiros
The 7 number relates to the mountain counterpart of the Great Pyramid, in Greece: The 6 number on the other hand relates to Giza.
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Spiros
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What do you mean by our > methodology? I mean the methodology of alternative researchers who consider that alignments could have only been planned to refer to things in the past - see Zep Tepi. > Are you convinced that the air/star > shafts were constructed to guide future pilgrims > towards the no
Forum: Mysteries
29 days ago
Spiros
Gantenbrink does not explain why they chose this ratio. Is it because the 7 number corresponds to as I have proved 7 mountains? Does the 11 number relate to the 11 Giza pyramids? Nonetheless this does not explain the shaft angles. They could have chosen a different chamber altitude of a different chamber offset in regards to the center pyramid axis. We need to look into the angles themselves.
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Where should I start?
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
I was referring to all three of them, how the orientation of each one of them was chosen.
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Which one of the 3?
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
Spiros
Quoteas to the why...your why...Why would the Egyptians of the 4th dynasty have the remotest interest in the Mountains of Greece and Macedonia? Macedonia is a part of Greece(Hellas), but the mountains that I was here referring to are not stationed in Northern Greece but rather in Central Greece. The architects of the Giza pyramids from what I am aware wanted to encode information of a star
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
Hi, >>Have a better look at the image posted or find better images.<< I don't have high quality high resolution photos to test this. If there is a disk it is Akhet, if not it is simply mountain. Either way I am interested in the shape of the mountain. >>Hmm...and your orientation of your mountains pertaining to the pyramids along the Nile are in what direction compared
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
The observation point is not Thebes. It is not during the equinoxes. It looks like a direct match:
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
So you are saying there is no explanation to how the Gizamids were erected. No explanation. A total void. Or maybe there is. One that is superior to mine. One that can withstand statistical inspection. If you know of such a theory, I am all ears.
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
Why? Because you say so? I took the picture on the Fall Equinox of 2012(September 22). This is from page 173 of my book 'Thebe, Andromedia Estia'(in Greek). The position was on Antigone street, just to the North of the Mycenaean palace. As we can see the Sun sets right in the middle between the two mountain peaks creating thus the Akhet hieroglyph.
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Spiros
QuoteThat the entrance feature shows the actual glyph for ‘mountain’ as well as a pyramid means it has more going for it than just the title of the pyramid: Shining Horizon of Khufu/Akhet Khufu. We know the hieroglyph for mountain is two mounds joined by a valley, with or without a disc between mounds; and ‘foreign land’ is three mounds, no disc, so Spiros, your “The glyph wants to show us th
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Spiros
This is what Wikipedia has to say regarding Leo and the Sphinx: QuoteAn argument put forward by Bauval and Hancock to support the Orion Correlation Theory is that the construction of the Great Sphinx was begun in 10,500 BC; that the Sphinx's lion-shape is a definitive reference to the constellation of Leo; and that the layout and orientation of the Sphinx, the Giza pyramid complex and the
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Spiros
I find it interesting there are three tall mountains in Asia Minor creating a triangle. The distances: Demirkazik 3756 m to Hasan Dagi 3268 m = 93 km Demirkazik 3756 m to Erciyes 3917 m = 85 km Hasan Dagi 3268 m to Erciyes 3917 m = 121 km In is 1 to 1000 scale we find similar dimensions in Egyptian pyramids: Djoser pyramid length = 121 m Khaba Layer Pyramid width = 84 m Sneferu Mediu
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Spiros
From: QuoteThis unusual format can hardly be an accident. The word seven occurs in Revelation more than any other book in the Bible. In fact, it occurs more than all the other books in the New Covenant combined. It was not a literary device used by John because he was merely recording what he had seen and heard. So what's with the number 7? In my book Amphion's Secret I show how th
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Spiros
QuoteIn terms of the Greek Pantheon, the wheat symbolized the earth goddess Demeter, while pomegranates stood for her daughter, Persephone, queen of the underworld. Almonds were sacred to Aphrodite and raisins to Dionysus. Sesame seeds were considered to open the doors of consciousness.
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