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3 days ago
Spiros
In the article titled 'Archaeoastronomical Study of the Main Pyramids of Giza, Egypt: Possible Correlations with the Stars?', prepared by Vincenzo Orofino, Paolo Bernardini we read: Quote3. Comparison between the Dimensions of the Giza Pyramids and the Magnitudes of the Stars of the Orion Belt The situation considerably changed when we considered, instead of the intrinsic height of each pyr
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6 days ago
Spiros
The eye opening relation: (PhOTEINOTHTA + YPsOS)/2 = PARNHSOS + ASELHNON + ERYThRON = 1,857 (brightness + height)/2 = Parnesos(Parnassus) + Aselenon(without a moon) + Erythron(red) Erythron is my proposition for it's ancient Hellenic name.
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7 days ago
Spiros
Why do we have to insist on OCT when there is a better explanation for the placement of the Giza pyramids? This match is not just anywhere it is in modern Egypt. I deal with the encoding in my book. A photo of Jabal Umm Shumar:
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9 days ago
Spiros
I think the best measure to define the Khufu pyramid dimensions is the photon foot(pf). The reason is that we can express a lot of things in whole numbers: base length = 230.364 m = 745.99 pf half base length = 372.995 pf base diagonal = 1054.99 pf height = 146.71 m = 475.09 f middle side distance from apex = 604.02 pf corner distance from apex = 709.90 pf And this measure en
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16 days ago
Spiros
Spiros Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Khufu pyramid base width expressed in ancient > feet: > > w = 774.98 Delphi feet > = 718.84 Olympia feet > = 760.30 Epidaurus feet > = 722.18 Priene feet > = 776.51 Nemea feet > = 702.33 Common Hellenic feet > = 696.43 Attican feet > = 745.99 photon feet = 745.99 Parthenon fee
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17 days ago
Spiros
DavidK Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Spiros > > apologies for going off topic but where does the > Sneferu foot 733.3333 units at the GP base side > originate from? > > cheers > > dave Hello dave, Based on important Greek geographic distances I defined the Sneferu Stadium as: 360 royal cubits Then Greek styl
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19 days ago
Spiros
The blade:
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19 days ago
Spiros
Scott divized the The Orion ‘Geo-Stellar Fingerprint’ as a way to explain the way the base of Menkaure's pyramid was planned based on the positions of the Orion Belt stars: But is it correct? In my diagram where the virtual G3 base is from Petrie's survey, I joined the virtual South East corner of G3 with the position of ancient Plataea. This line is in Google Earth off in regards to
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19 days ago
Spiros
In my books I have presented the Hellenic mountains that correspond to the Giza triad. But in my theory, when assigning the G1 and G2 pyramids to the mountain counterparts we note that there is an error of the alignment of the maped G2 to G3 distance of roughly 5.6 meters. The question that arises is what is the reason for this discrepancy. Below I look into the Lehner line based on the
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23 days ago
Spiros
In the diagram using Google Earth I draw the virtual Khafre pyramid base, using the projected position of Alnilam at 2540 BC. I also note the actual position of the central Greek mountain (H2) and the projected positions of the central Sinai peninsula mountain (S2) as also the projected position of the Giza Khafre pyramid (G2). The outer Greek mountains are equated to the position of t
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24 days ago
Spiros

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24 days ago
Spiros
Spiros Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Used Stellarium data. > > Using the 97.68 heading from below: QuoteThe Sphinx-G2 line from the heart of the Sphinx (29°58'31.0764", 031°08'16.0260") to the center of G2 (29°58′34″N, 31°07′51″E . . . heading 277.68 degrees), is a ground length distance of 678.6 meters, which converts via the ro
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24 days ago
Spiros
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Spiros, > > If you now overlay the Orion Belt stars (with > G1-G3 fulcrum) and then repositioned the centre of > G2 onto the centre Belt star, you will then find > that the dimensions of G2 also lock into the > Lehner-Goedicke Line and the 2 inter-quarter > lines. > > SC He
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24 days ago
Spiros
Used Stellarium data.
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24 days ago
Spiros
I have made my own diagram with some differences from Dune's. One difference is that G2a is a bit more to the South. I don't know if there are accurate measurements on the placement of G2a. I have drawn G3 based on M&R with base orientation that of Petrie. N-S is the length of the parallelogram. Scott's theory:
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26 days ago
Spiros
Gary Osborn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Sphinx-G2 line from the heart of the Sphinx > (29°58′31.07″N, 31°08′16.03″E) to the > center of G2 (29°58′34″N, 31°07′51″E . . > . heading 277.68 degrees), is a ground length > distance of 678.6 meters, which converts via the > royal cubit length of 0.5236 meters to 1,296 royal > cubits .
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29 days ago
Spiros
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Guys, > > There are some pretty good drawings of Giza out > there, here's one from The Giza Plateau Mapping > Project > < > /APFS_web_withcover.pdf> > > On the question of Google Earth's imagery , i > found the image from 7 - 2013 gave the best > rendition of an overh
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4 weeks ago
Spiros
Take the central Giza pyramid G2 as the point of reference. This is why it doesn't have any queen pyramids. Compute the azimuth - direction from the apex of G2 to the central Khufu queen pyramid G1b. Now compute the azimuth - direction from the apex of G2 to the central Menkaure queen pyramid G3b. Now bisect these two directions(compute the average of the two). Now station yourself
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4 weeks ago
Spiros
At 2580 BC the angle between Alnitak-Alnilam-Mintaka was 172.787 degrees. The angle between the apexes of Khufu's - Khafre's and Menkaure's pyramids is 168.54 degrees. The error is 4.247 degrees. The (Alnitak to Alnilam) divided by the (Alnilam to Mintaka) distance is 0.9875. The (Khufu to Khafre) divided by the (Khafre to Menkaure) distance is 1.0725. The difference is 0.085. My th
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4 weeks ago
Spiros
Thanks for bringing this up. See here another idea on this: Use right click 'open image in new tab' to see the photos in more detail. The photo is of the Sun setting.
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4 weeks ago
Spiros
Spiros Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Were the pyramids designed so as to refer to the > present age? > > It seems that the apparent altitude of Polaris at > lower culmination is encoded. > > > > > > > The observation point is the Great Pyramid. What's so interesting about 1991 AD? Wiki: QuoteIt was
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5 weeks ago
Spiros
The Khufu pyramid base width expressed in ancient feet: w = 774.98 Delphi feet = 718.84 Olympia feet = 760.30 Epidaurus feet = 722.18 Priene feet = 776.51 Nemea feet = 702.33 Common Hellenic feet = 696.43 Attican feet = 745.99 photon feet = 745.99 Parthenon feet = 745.99 Herodotus feet = 747.29 Panathenean feet = 733.33 Sneferu feet = 731.31 Lycurgus feet Diodorus refers to 7 plet
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5 weeks ago
Spiros
Just starting this:
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
engbren Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > evidence of the actual use of the constellation. I > note in Lull and Belmonte > > Belmonte_Shaltout_Chapter_6.pdf in table 6.1, > there is evidence that Alhena was recognised in > later periods as were Castor and Pollux (refer to > Table 6.1). Yes this is interesting but I think there is somet
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello Engbren, In my book Thebes Andromedia Estia(in Greek) I look into an alignment of Gemini through it's brightest star with the mountains that relate to the Giza pyramids. You thus might be correct in relating the Djed pillar with Gemini. The pyramid in Greece was erected by twin brothers! Look at the cover of my book here: The left side of the triangle seems to be the Djed pil
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
Were the pyramids designed so as to refer to the present age? It seems that the apparent altitude of Polaris at lower culmination is encoded. The observation point is the Great Pyramid.
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
27. 2019
DYO XILIADES DEKA ENNEA(duo khiliades deca ennea: two thousand nineteen) = (4+400+70)+(600+10+30+10+1+4+5+200)+(4+5+20+1)+(5+50+50+5+1) = 1475 TEKTON(tecton: mason) = 300+5+20+300+800+50 = 1475 TEKTON A'(Mason A') = 1475 + 1 = 1476 OGYGOS = 800+3+400+3+70+200 = 1476 EIMI TO SOMA(I am the body) = (5+10+40+10)+(300+70)+(200+800+40+1) = 1476 BOYNO GKIONA(vouno Giona: mount Giona)
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Search no more guys, ive found it , > > All we need now is to get the JCB's over there and > maybe some Dynamite . > > The chamber is 1440 ft west on a heading of > 259.2 degrees > > > > > I bet Hawaas has already been in it lol > > > DPP Where is the coffe
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6 weeks ago
Spiros
Hello engbren, I don't know if ancient Egyptian constellations were encoded. If so what was so important about these constellations? Did they have bright stars? Were they useful for ground orientation or finding other key stars? Did they have habitable planets? For example astronomers have not found plants orbiting Alhena. Also you made a mistake the light year distance. The distance from E
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7 weeks ago
Spiros
QuoteThen his majesty the King of Upper and Lower Egypt Khufu said "let an offering be made of a thousand loaves of bread, a hundred jars of beer, one ox and two balls of incense to the King of Upper and Lower Egypt Djoser, justified, and let there be given one cake, one jug of beer, a large portion of meat and one ball of incense to the chief lector priest , as I have seen an exampl
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