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17 years ago
lobo-hotei
warhammer wrote: > > lobo-hotei > > Let it go............................................. > > Steve LOL! I wasn't going to continue but those sweet, condescending responses begged for my attention! But at least I got all that admiratoin from him for "sticking up" for you! Somehow my belief of his name origin is taken as gospel fact, as was discussed earlier
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
I stick up for things being "square". Whether someone is right or wrong as long as fair treatment is used then I have no problem with it. I tink warhammer can handle himsself fine alone. My posting was to your inaccuracies. And thanks for the clarification on the moniker! Quite a coincidence! The moderator note was towards the use of multiple alias. She ended that post with the words p
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Can read simple English thanks! Personally and Officially are different! Personally it doesn't matter to me, but officially they are different words. See? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
The_Enemy wrote: > As I said, you chose as your first post on the board a thread > in which the original poster had already used FIVE different > pseudonyms. The thread had also already been closed by > moderators. > No the thread hadn't been closed before he posted! Katherine said she felt personally that it was closed not "officially closed", that happened at bottom
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Great idea on how to represent a star still below the horizon. Just place it where the horizon meets the star's intersection with other groups' companion stars and place in a ratio of the hidden star's location and bearing! Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
If this is your style then suprised you came up with the original by yourself!
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Jaimi, Great post! Even if this Texan mind has a difficult time of absorbing it all! Some questions about the picture if you know the answers: Is that supposed to be a pyramid in background with lightsource at apex? Is that one of those stone spheres from Costa Rica? LOL! And I did see the "magic" square mentioned but not the scale. Also at the top of the hourglass frame,
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
So if time is a limitless lield that saturates everything then it naturally wouldn't be linear only to a limited item traversing in a limited dimensional direction. So time would be the connection of two points, as they would be naturally connected in a limitless field but this connection is only understood by us as a linear movement. You and the cold drink in the fridge are connected alwa
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
> The most famous paradox invented by Zeno, the Greek > philosopher, is called "Achilles and the tortoise." A > tortoise gets a 10-meter head start in a race against > Achilles. Zeno says the tortoise can never be passed. His > logic: When Achilles has run 10 meters, the tortoise will > have moved a meter; Achilles goes another meter, and the > tortoise crawls 10
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross, Sure send the address! There really isn't an exact site I am looking for per se. I am just trying to get some sites to keep on record to find detail co-ordinates when I start looking at a site to help pinpoint it. Some, but not all at the least, would be AE sites( pyramids, syene well, abydos, etc.) greek sites, American sites, any that has appeared here before. Just any site info fo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Where is a website with co-ordinates for all these ancient sites that are being discussed on these message boards? I know where they are in general but would like to have more precise locations, preferably to at least 4-5 decimal places even with the minute/sec display of Lat/Long. Not really set on one site, any and all will work!Have seen some sites that give location down to minutes only.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Dr. Sunil wrote: > > Hi Dan > > Have you read this? > > Versatile > numbers - Versatile economics > > regards, > > Sunil > -- Versatile numbers: 2,------------X1/30(1/6 /5) 4,-----------X1/15(1/3 /5) 6,-----------X1/10(1/2 /5) 12,----------X1/5 24,----------X2/5 36,----------X3/5 48,----------X4/5 60,----------base 120,---------X2 180,---------X3
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
DPCrisp wrote: > > Quote'You will regularly ascend with Orion from the > eastern region of the sky, you will regularly descend > with Orion into the western region of the sky'. > Surely, Bauval is talking about the "special occasion" when > the pharaoh goes up to meet Orion and after that the pharaoh > is with Him forever, circling the heavens, rising and setting
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Jim Alison wrote: > > Am I correct in understanding that you believe the latitude > measure at around 54 deg to be more significant than the > longitude measure? At 55.12 degrees Latitude it is exactly 365242 feet, or 365.242 X 1,000! Is there anything important at the 6.59 degree latitude marker? This is where the Latitude and longitude has same measurements, just wondering. L
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Looks as if there was a collapse of the right side. Do you know of a site showing what it looked like before the collapse, obviously a computer rendered picture? Also how many "anode blisters" show up in this lozenge, or rectangular, shape? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
lovejoy wrote: > > Graham, > > I find it absolutely ridiculous that you have been forced to > take this action. I hope that the trust you put in the board > visitors/users, as regards your personal e mail address, is > respected. I believe those here would show the respect, but as far as others that happen to glance on here, and seeing that address decide they have the rig
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
1.57m 1848 1/3mGraham Chase wrote: > > Davel, > > Just a quick check : > > Height of slant of Great Pyramid is 356 cubits (from 280 and > 220) > > One degree of latitude at equator is 110.57 km (from Encarta) > > Slight adjustment for curvature if you like is 110.90 km > > 1 royal cubit is 524mm > One tenth of a minute of angle is one six hundreth
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
True enough but where did it rise when these mentioned reversals took place? Those that have happened in the past where the sun rose where it set and set where it rose. Just wondering if "from where the sun rises" might be at a time when this supposed reversal had taking place and someone is actually looking in the wrong direction! :-) Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Question please. Does the translation say" from the East" or does it say "from where the sun rises"? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Also could use a preset distance and anything to make loud noise, a gong works, have someone at onther end of preset distance and have them flash a mirror at you and hit gong at same time, measure the time until you heard the gong and do the math. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Use echo and known distance to opposing cliff that will relect echo back towards you. Take distance doubled and the time taken for echo to reach you and figure the speed of sound. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Take two points with a known, and quite far, distance between, in an East-West line, on any clear day mark the time at East point then another at west point. Figure time to distance difference and good approximation of speed. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Draw a line in the sand, then you mesure using RC, Cross using metric, another using inches. Three different numbers but the distance of the line is the same. I am saying that the relationship of the speed of light and the exact location can still be intentional even if they didn't use the meter. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
BrianAmbrose wrote: > > "the speed of light is 29.98x10^7 meters per second." > > Amazing coincidence, but surely the meter was only invented > the day before yesterday, the AEs didn't use it. It really doesn't matter what measurement name you use. The distance from point A to point B is the same set distance, whether you measure in feet, meters, yards, rods, or miles.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
neus wrote: > > According to the Masters, > in the 7 Moai line, the third from the left hides, under his > feet, scientific information about how to converte our 3 > dimension Earth in a passageway through the 4th dimension. > This information is: coordinates and symbols. > > Keep in touch According to Angus I think the Masters might want to hire him as their PR guy, he
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross wrote: > > Yours...But who knew that it actually went around in a circle? > > Mine...The ancient Egyptians. The first ones to figure this out would have to invest alot of time to realise this though, until they did they wouldn't have known. Was wondering if it wasn't someone earlier but the AE, having now lost documents, understood what it was that they had and tried to ma
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
I say they were smarter then most know, but also that they had more access to information from the past then we do now. If they knew about precession and such then there was quite alot of time dedicated to studying and preserving information over a vast timeframe. Some say that if you figure one degree of precession(roughly 72 yrs.) then you can figure it out for the entire precessional &quo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
AWSX wrote: > > I have always considered it interesting that humans invented > the city before the door. At Catal Huyuk the entrance/exit > was through the roof. Rather inconvenient! Well without the door, how are you going to keep the prdators out, or the vermin? A hole in the roof with smoke coming out would probably deter most of them. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross, Perhaps you can check this and give me your thoughts on it. Hope it comes out somewhat legible, they need a preview screen for pre-editing on here. > Giza was not built on the 30 degree latitude. > First you set the well at Syene to 24.06 degrees (the well > that casts no shadow...mentioned by Herodotus) then adjust > the location of Giza; it should be somewhere near 29.93-
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Do you know what the 3 different lat. measurements are? Lobo-hotei lobo Davel wrote: > Cross, Lobo. > The well known scientist Livio Stechinni tried to say that > the AEs used three slightly different lat values for this > tropic but I don't follow his logic, and I don't believe > anything untill I see a step by step reasoning of joined up > thinking. > > Davel
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