Trondheim Norway, the ancient capital of Norway, I have claimed is the northwest point oriented to the diagonal that runs from the northwest thru the center of Noah's Arc and into the southeast, hitting the Great pyramid of Egypt. It's not down to a millimeter of accuracy but at the huge scale of Noah's Arc I think it is within allowable tolerances. Now Trondheim sits on the ocean, it's not as far into the Northwest as Giza is into the Southeast from center. I had never tried running a circle thru Trondeim going around the center of Noah's Arc, and when I did, guess what? The circle goes thru some rather interesting places in England, the two most well known megalithic sites, Stonehenge and Avebury. And it goes thru Salisbury where the Salisbury gothic cathedral is. Those ancient cathedrals were built on sacred spots.
I'm not up on newer discoveries in archeology so who knows what people who are will find. The Noah's Arc is loaded with information. Anyway so looking into Stonehenge I see there have been some major new discoveries there in recent years and it's now claimed England's oldest town was there, Amesbury. And there was found “one of the most important discoveries in Europe”, the grave of the Amesbury Archer.
This all warrants further looking into. As you may recall, Noah's Arc/Arc is based on a code using Ark Arc Arch, etc. The northern cardinal point on the circle is Archangelsk, Russia, for example. So I do find the Amesbury Archer interesting wording.
I also find it interesting that if you look at this diagonal line that connects the Great pyramid in the southeast with Trondheim Norway in the northwest, well the Great Pyramid base is the Square, and the Trondeim direction leads us to the Circle, Stonehenge and Avebury, the largest stone circles in England.
Hope you are following the layout I'm describing here. The Noah's Arc is a huge circle on Europe with four cardinal points, with an equidistant cross in center, “the Celtic cross” pattern. That gives you four quadrants. So I'm describing here a line that splits the northwest and southeast quadrants. If we add in the line that splits the northeast and southwest quadrants, we have the 8 fold year calendar idea. I mentioned earlier I had not yet identified what ancient location was oriented with this northeast line. I may have found it. Ready? Arkaim, “Russia's Stonehenge”.
Look into Arkaim, very interesting. This ancient town supposedly had four gates oriented to four cardinal points. The online distance calculator is showing the line from Arkaim to the center of Noah's Arc to be pretty close to dividing the northeast quadrant evenly, but I have to check further. I'm still not sure what the southwest identifying ancient location was.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11-Jul-17 03:42 by Tom M Culhane.