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4 years ago
Rob Miller
I believe we hold the data that proves we are a species that has amnesia to paraphrase graham.
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Rob, > Been a couple of years, glad your posting again. > LOL, Do you have any idea of just how big a can of > worms you opened? Yes i believe i do, let's see how the other half responds as this is a knock out punch...MJ1! or 2?, Warwick and anybody who wants to come party with truth! > Rob Mi
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
And, in fairness to your second question I've uploaded some additional images as I'm not sure you were around back in the days of the GHMB "Flow Gang" ...and I no longer maintain any websites to drop links to any of our collaborations where I believe we made the case for hidden advanced knowledge to support Graham and many others who theorize the same. There was a time I had hoped to ma
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
I uploaded a comparison to show what the software says is the same versus the 4/3 adjustment I have to make to get the outputs to actual measure with a straight ruler to come out the same. 1.) SAME: (This one looks skewed to me) 2.) SKEWED 4/3 or 3/4 (This one measures a perfect square/circle to me) W x 3/4 - H=100% which one appears to be symmetrical to you?
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
Hi Marko, I don't see anything suggesting it cannot and this example was intended to be a 2D FOL 3D FLO. My comment was more directed towards available CAD software to easily create the sacred shapes and generate their true relationships to other scared shapes. I have yet to find one although I haven't been in the game for 5 years either. the second question is left to the reader to discern
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
Hi Atul, It was a 2D model FOL triggering 3D FLO. Sounds like you all are seeing the 4/3 3D skew though. Once I understand the ratio I can produce a few examples that will allow you all to see the perfect shapes in 1:1 ratio
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
I'd be curious to see how you all are seeing it. A few years back around the time I stopped the geometry the software I use changed. It was bought by Adobe and it has never been the same since. If i create 4 inch by 4 inch circle / square; it comes out as an oval to me. Hence, I am forced to a 4/3 (winkwink) conversion to get an actual 4 inch by 4 inch circle / square measured on my monitor. Curi
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
There are no CAD programs that will allow you to see the sacred geometry you seek. My research left off about here 5-6 years ago... it's all in there EDIT: spelling. scared => sacred ;-)
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
Thank you Geoffs, Still hard to get a good read on it. curious to read your reply to eyeofhorus33 as they do appear to resemble one another. I'll await more info
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4 years ago
Rob Miller
Good Day Sir Goeffs! Any chance to get a clearer shot of this? Looks interesting. kind regards, Rob
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10 years ago
Rob Miller
Thanks R, I do own Robert Bauval's 'The Orion Mystery'. It was actually the first book I bought regarding the mysteries we seek to solve. I do admire the man and his work and appreciate that he shares his insights from time to time with both this board on the other.... :) I plan to build a library of the best insights out there of all the great authors that collaborate with us..... to better ma
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10 years ago
Rob Miller
Graham, my apologies for not being able to provide any feedback prior to your departure for the month as AOM. Still have not received my pre on Entangled and the anticipation is overwhelming... however, time has not been on my side lately and just as well. I did take MAL's and your advice to obtain a copy of Sign and Seal to start at the proper place, the beginning and have very much been drawn i
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11 years ago
Rob Miller
Graham Hancock wrote: > Hi Rob > > Good to hear from you and don't worry in the least about not > having any of my books (yet!!). > > This website is a community of intelligent, thinking, > open-minded people getting together to discuss matters of > mutual interest and the great ideas, research and discussions > on these message boards, to which you contribute, are
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11 years ago
Rob Miller
Graham, I've yet to read any of your books and feel somewhat guilty that I have spent a few years now sharing research on your site without actually being a real fan. However, I must say after reading a few comments from you in this thread... I will be buying your book(s) today! Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts with those that frequent your site. I can read the true you in what y
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Claude wrote: > think at it this way Rob - I wrote the message at 07 - 2 > minits prior pushing the send button....... don't fall off your > chair now ;-) Now, you got me all discombobulated....!! :) dusting my self off from the floor...whilst picking my chair up....and removing Pie from face.... :) Hmmm....this might have to be moved to the Mystery board.... !! :) Let's see here: 07
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Claude wrote: > Amazing I just wrote today that my life was at a turning point > - then I see your post and your timing 11:52......... and the > funniest is you must be the first one surprised by this kind of > synchro.......... Hi Claude, apparently there is a whole world right in front of me that i cannot see?? whether it be a veil or some other mechanism.... ? Ignorance...and n
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
I will re-post this here...under Ghia's new topic.. I love your work Slawek... "turning point" !!...was my favorite...! just becasue i love astronomy and the stars and planets... and that snapshot was very cool... I would like to wake up and have that view in our sky everyday...!! :) Although, i suppose you could get a little nervous about being that close to other planets... either
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Thans Don.... wow! "turning point" !!...was my favorite...! just becasue i love astronomy and the stars and planets... and that snapshot was very cool... How would you like to wake up and have that view in our sky!! :) Excellent and very inspirational artwork Slawek... thank you.
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
can we all see?? Are they available online?? :) thanks.
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Hi Herbert, I forgot to say thank you for the advice...and the reply... was a pleasure to read your posts this month on the AOM. cheers sir. Rob
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Herbert Bangs wrote: > Hi Rob - > > Sure, But passion and concentration are directed in different > ways by the tools and the materials. If a landscape painter > left his palette knife at home his work would be different. Or > an architect with a 3 4 5 triangle might see possible harmonies > of proportion that would otherwise be overlooked. And so on - > > Herb Hell
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
gentlemen, Just wanted to jump in with my 2 cents... it is not the tools... it is the artist... and the mood and the passion and the concentration that brings out the divine in the processes of said creation whatever the focus and goals... the tools are just variations to accomplish the same task. both approaches create the same passion to me...when you are in the art "zone" so to sa
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
spaceyhippie wrote: > >> > >> Rob: > >> even though my phi doesn't quite hit phi > >> > > as these are natural numbers > or numerical represntations of > natural phenomena/proportions/ratios > my initial instinct is that the rounded off versions > as in common denominator fractions etc > are more or less just as important as the precise
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Thank you Claude... I will continue to post to that thread... there are many inspirational individuals floating around this ghmb.... I truly appreciate the guidance and knowledge i have gained from all ... I can't seem to get past the penta right now... it seems to tie a few of them other layouts together...?? So, i am caught in fascination at the moment.... I haven't pencil drawn in 15 + years
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Ahatmose wrote: > Hi Rob et al ... > > Just something to try and ponder and analyze ... > > Pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795 > > Phi = 0.61803398874989484820458683436564 > > or ... 1.61803398874989484820458683436564 > > Reciprical of Pi = 0.31830988618379067153776752674503 > > Phi - 1/Pi = 0.29972410256610417666681930762061 which is > extrem
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
Hello Claude and Herbert.. [**new image for you Claude!!] :) I am no expert... just dabble....and actually just started my own research some 5 -6 months ago... But, have some comments [2 cents] to add regarding your comments... I have seen strong correlations between the perfect geometric layouts and known values in astronomy ...etc...Gematria...the more i analyze... radiating from a startin
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
that's no joke Ed... I appreciated reading all you offered...very enlightening. I look forward to your new book in '09. cheers Rob
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
all the metaphysics buried in that is again... hard to grasp. here is how i think i have to accept it for now... given the AE view of the Duat... and how this half of the Duat ...studies and fields have split and split... into finite complex understandings... some of those studies have begun to explain both sides of the Duat... yet, we have nothing to "tie" them together to even m
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
what's below is above...and vica versa? are they talking of number??? specifically the "zero"? -3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3 .... hmmmm??? possible?? ...what's below "is" above too!! :) Rob...
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12 years ago
Rob Miller
> How about a point of nothing being a sphere of zero radius, how > many zeros in zero....one, I think. It is hard to assume this or just one... "0" if used... could be infinite as you describe then... infinity on boths end.... something out of nothing.... this has to be "locked" down.... one slight misinterpretation of the ancient use... blows us miles off course. w
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