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Yesterday
molder
Guess you guys have already got this my son sent it to me. I was there at the time this was done and wondered why the Queen's chamber was blocked off.
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
molder
I E S Edwards was Keeper of Egyptian antiquities and an archaeologist. According to I E Edwards in 1989-1990 the French Archaeological mission at Saqqara began to excavate a row of three small pyramids of Pepi 1's queen's which face the south side of his pyramid. The base of each pyramid measured about 66 feet and the height of each the same 66 feet. Dash and Lehner gave perimeter of GP
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
molder
Quote "residual lacuna is a remarkably scant and unconvincing solution to derive any relevant, intended, cosmic significance in modern measures of feet, inches, yards, millimeters, centimeters, or meters pursued to some exponential decimal point; in this light Glen Dash’s observation stands as a viable argument." I would like to reply but for consistency will place it under Pepi 1 sa
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
molder
For interest. Quote "Khufu’s Great Pyramid is a good example…When David Goodman and I surveyed the Khufu Pyramid in 1984, we took measurements from points marked with bronze plugs at three of the corners. The people who set the plugs must have meant them to mark the corners, which they would have established by extrapolating from patches of in situ masonry in the foundation platform. Or t
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
molder
Quote 'Also interesting for me were the dimensions of the 3 large pyramids as they were the same Pepi 1 259 ft sq Merenre 259 ft sq Pepi 2 259 ft sq' I forgot to mention the height of the 3 pyramids according to Edwards 172.5 feet. The result is in cubits and I make 20.625in for a Royal cubit. But no matter you will all get the same answer with your value for the Royal cubit. The
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
molder
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ”Maps are by nature > abstractions…” > > > Khufu North Base Casing Stones > Original Image Credit: Mark Lehner – > Modified > > > In 2012, Glen Dash and Mark Lehner published a > short, concise paper titled Corner Conundrum: A > Mapping Mantra, wherein they outlined
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
molder
Hi Cladking and all. When Australian troops camped at the base of the pyramids late 1914 early 1915 the camp 'Mena camp' had a water supply close to the pyramids, small dams. One burst. I have wondered if the Egyptian workers also camped within walking distance of the pyramids and these ancient camps also had water supplied from reservoirs. Just a thought. "At the far end of the
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
molder
I don't know either Dune if Billy is still there or just deactivated. But it was a good post. Hope he is still around. Look at the Pepi pyramids Dune each one is 1/40th the volume of Pepi 1. Charly has done a good job.The French are doing a great job also. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
molder
charly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Website > of the French Archaeological mission at > Saqqara > > it seems excavations are still ongoing > > on > this page a ground plan of the > necropolis Thank you very much. Very best Jim
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
molder
Hi Billy Your right about info available re adjoining small pyramids. According to I E Edwards in 1989-1990 the French Archaeological mission at Saqqara began to excavate a row of three small pyramids of Pepi 1's queen's which face the south side of his pyramid. When Edwards wrote this the work was not finished, somebody may be able to find a final report. The base of each pyr
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
molder
Fiji population is approx 1 million. They are doing a good job of getting people vaccinated. However this country should be a warning on the necessity of vaccination. Here in Oz the Delta veriant is getting people without masks who simply walk past each other. From MatangiTonga
Forum: Global Village
8 days ago
molder
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Molder > This is absolutely fantastic. Great filming for > once. For years I have wished they would make > wallpaper from these rock carvings. I could look > at them for ages, you keep seeing something new > don't you. I thought the long rock resembled a > crocodile. The line of people ho
Forum: Misc.
11 days ago
molder
For interest the nut of the Boab tree has been used as a canvas by Aboriginal artists for thousands of years. Here is one my friend bought in Alice Springs and in turn I bought about 50 years ago. When I bought it I had not seen an actual painting of the Wandjina. So for interest the skill of Aboriginal artists. And the remarkable Boab nuts. And there longevity and color.
Forum: Misc.
13 days ago
molder
Jim Alison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Jacob, > > I have read Moyer's articles before and I just > reread the one you linked. > > I agree with Moyer that a circle has 360 degrees, > x 60 = 21600 arc minutes, x 60 = 1296000 arc > seconds, divided by 2 pi = the length of > 206,264.8... arc seconds for the radius of the
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
molder
It had rained a couple of days ago and the Roos like to sit near water really nice sight. Next to our local boat ramp.
Forum: Misc.
15 days ago
molder
Hey Dune there is a country and western bloke stuck in Samoa at the minute can't think of his name anyway Pacific Islanders can sing. Nice to hear new music. Yve anthems are hard to beat the French anthem is pretty hard to beat. The Seekers wrote this song and it resonates with many Australians. Jim
Forum: Misc.
18 days ago
molder
Hi Dune and all. Quote'"264 ft and divide by 150 you get 3168 " It may seem incredible however I have come to the conclusion that ALL ancient measures and yes all major measures Saxon Roman Greek are linked. How or who conceived this well I don't know. Someone does though. Here is one example from the Aubrey Holes and it is Alexander Thom and his exact measures that gives us
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
molder
Thanks Yve great you didn't hold back. Suzi Quatro had some great songs. <; And the Eagles <;
Forum: Misc.
21 days ago
molder
Hi Merc Dune Jim and all I have meant to get back but for a 70 year old bloke I don't have time to scratch myself so please be patient I have to take dogs for walk paint house check on business and sleep. Merc your "the Station Stone length, the √17 hypothenuse is the line drawn from a Station stone to the 2:3 point on the opposite side of the rectangle." The √17 ok think about
Forum: Mysteries
21 days ago
molder
Chiginn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pochan was unequivocal in his opinion that the > casing stones were not flush but, rather, were > indented. > Surely Herodotus would have noted it if this was > indeed the case. > > Examining the data set in the pic below (and not > the idealised graphic), even with the naked eye we > c
Forum: Mysteries
21 days ago
molder
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We mostly don't wear masks anymore in SOCAL, Jim > > Hope you get there, too. > > Ray Very glad to hear you are getting back to normal. Whatever normal is but at least feeling safe. We are trying to keep the Delta varient at bay time will tell. Masks are not all bad they can hide many unsitel
Forum: Global Village
22 days ago
molder
My wife and I have now had our 2nd Astra Zenica 1st and 2nd 3 months apart just to catch up with Pfizer as Pfizer is more effective. Good at lest now some protection. In Brisbane until the middle of the month we have to wear masks and I have had some made for our business but potential as most masks are crappy and not fun to look at. Still keeping covid away in Queensland hope it continu
Forum: Global Village
22 days ago
molder
Quote' "Here is the curious thing: divide 352 RC by 100 i.e. move the decimal point back bytwo digits to give 3.52 RC, convert this into meters (3.52 x 0.5236) giving 1.843 m,then divide by 2 which gives 0.9215 m --the measurement for the concavity by AndrePochan i.e. 0.92 m to within 0.99%. Fig 6" Take 3.52 RC and reduce to digits by multiplying by 25 = 88 then to feet by dividing b
Forum: Mysteries
24 days ago
molder
Thanks for the article from India media and as it happens this blog from an Indian gentleman got my attention
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
molder
Aubrey Burl writes "They formed an almost exact parallelogram " 91 to 92 112ft 10in 92 to 93 262ft 3in 93 to 94 107ft 3in 94 to 91 263ft 3in Burl quotes the above from 2 surveys 1973 and 1978 P.206 Stonehenge a complete history.
Forum: Mysteries
25 days ago
molder
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Fishtail, > Peseshkef, > Shaped Copper-Bronze Artefacts > > Many here are familiar with the Waynman Dixon and > Dr. James Grant 1872 artefact discoveries from > inside of the northern shaft of Khufu’s > Queen’s Chamber (above left). > > More obscure (above right
Forum: Mysteries
26 days ago
molder
Would welcome any first hand reports. When was the term Heat Dome invented not taught in my met course. Although some places get hot. I played golf in 45c 113f many years ago in Charleville western Queensland. Made 9 holes before heading for the club
Forum: Global Village
27 days ago
molder
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Merc. > > That outer ditch at Stonehenge has an interesting > diameter, (according to Google Earth) > > > > > > DPP Funny about the ditch Dune 1100 imp feet = 1000 Saxon feet. 1000 Saxon feet X 16 = 16000 digits 16000 ÷ 25 = 640 Royal cubits 640 acres = 1 mile square
Forum: Mysteries
27 days ago
molder
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Image Credit: Alice Giacomini > @ 13JUN21 09:40:44 GMT > Enlarge > Image > > > > Dr. Troglodyte Stop beating around the bush. Tell it like you believe it is. Let's tear down a pyramid? Looks like a beginning anyway.
Forum: Mysteries
29 days ago
molder
I have tried to make this point before but I am not going to get worked up here. These old people knew trigonometry. Dr T look at the co ords. If the base of the pyramid is 755.7 feet and the architects use 22/7 for pi then the height = 480.9 feet. Or 5770.8 inches. Look at the number 0.57708 and use the tan function. Reverse this number in degrees. 29.988 degrees. I have
Forum: Mysteries
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