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cjcalleman Wrote:
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> Well, there are significant hypotheticals in this
> reasoning, notably that
> there was a civilization in Egypt prior to 12000
> years ago for which as far as I know
> there is no hard evidence (and I would argue could
> not have existed based
> on the quantum evolution of consciousness,). The
> interpretation of ancient texts,
> as I am sure you know too, will to a large extent
> depend on what paradigm
> a modern person adheres to.
>
> My question to you is then how do you think the
> dynastic Egyptian civilization
> (which I take to mean that which we actually know
> of after 3150 BCE)
> would benefit from building the pyramids. In other
> words
> how did the building of pyramids with certain
> angles and imbedded constants
> contribute to the rebirth of a civilization? After
> all, the Egyptians that we actually
> know of did develop a system of writing and
> numerals and could just have written
> these angles down. Does the knowledge of these
> angles place us who live now somehow
> place us in an advantageous position compared to
> if we did not know them?
> Best
> Carl

I am not sure that the “quantum evolution of consciousness” is more than the equation of two peculiar things—but, is it essential to your argument?

Noting “significant hypotheticals” and asking what use were angles and ratios instantiated in buildings without a written “key” are entirely to the point, in my estimation.

M.

Edited 2021-07-24: typo.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 24-Jul-21 00:20 by Martin Stower.

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Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 408 Scott Creighton 14-Jul-21 13:42
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 102 michael seabrook 14-Jul-21 20:43
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 90 Scott Creighton 15-Jul-21 16:34
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 94 michael seabrook 15-Jul-21 21:56
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 100 cjcalleman 15-Jul-21 18:48
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 101 Scott Creighton 16-Jul-21 08:51
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 100 Martin Stower 16-Jul-21 09:37
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 112 cjcalleman 16-Jul-21 17:55
Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 111 Martin Stower 23-Jul-21 23:23
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Re: Giza: Portrait of a Pole Shift (Part #2). 88 Spiros 16-Jul-21 15:25
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