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17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross, Can you tell me if they used a 24-hour day back then? or did they divide it up in different time measurements? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross wrote: > > Davel: > > 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 29.93-29.94 > degrees (presently at 29.983) > I'll explain why after you check the above numbers out. > > Best of t
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Hemon wrote: > > Hello Fisherman, > I have no doubt that at some point in their incredibly long > history the AE possessed a knowledge of mathematics and > geometry superior to that revealed in the Rhind (Ahmes) and > Moscow papyri. However, I do doubt that this higher level of > mathematics and geometry existed before the writing of those > two papyri (i.e. c. 1650BC). &
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
PriorityRed wrote: > > Cross wrote: > > > > Second:...If the "catastrophe" was an event that I personally > > believe to be true then all the money you could ever possess > > wouldn't help one little bit. > > Best thing for you to do is....buy a ticket for a seat on the > > last spaceship taking off from this planet! > > > > To
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
The wheel was known but not of much use in the highly uneven landscape that they lived in at the time. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Is there an astronomical, pythagorean principle here with the three planets(Earth,Mars,Jupiter)? The Earth(P3) squared + Mars(P4)squared = Jupiter(P5) squared Is there anything showing in your data along this line? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Jim Alison wrote: > PS - I might add that this seems like better evidence that > the GP demonstrates an awareness of the size of the earth and > the length of the precessional cycle, than the 43,200/1 ratio > between earth's circumference and the perimeter, or the > 43,200/1 ratio between the polar radius and the height, since > those results are not exact, but the circumferen
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Cross wrote: > > Lobo: > Yours:..does the Queen's shafts also project out to the > outside at intersecting points on same circle?... > > Mine:...NO !!! > What you see in the illustration are the most up-to-date > measures. I doubt if there is anything beyond the second > stone wall that the robot took photographs of last October. I > never thought there was anythi
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
1719. Correction
I meant to say 2.25 ft per side> oops! Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
The dinosaurs were used to move these blocks. Remember Fred and Barney? lol Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Reversing the formula you used, the difference is about 4.5 ft on each side, I think(LOL). How deep, horizontally, were the casing stones? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Jim, Is this with, or without, the casing stones added? If the casing stones went to base then wouldn't the perimeter be a bit larger? Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Jim Alison wrote: > > Ok, if you are still with me, here is the possibly > interesting part. I recalled that the perimeter of the GP > times 43,200 is about 150 miles less than the circumference > of the earth: > > 1,760 cubits or 3,024 feet converts to .5727 miles times > 43200 = 24,741 miles. > > The reason that the perimeter is a bit short while the > apoth
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
John S wrote: > > Hi there again.. > > I agree that catastrophism is used in those theories as > well..I will look at that in more depth later. > > What I was asking, and hoping you woud discuss with me is the > idea that gradualism is passe or dead in archeology and that > Hancock uses this theory in SOME of his ideas for looking for > older, inferior structures
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Clive, Very nice!! IF all data is correct, no doubt here, this is great work! I am amazed, but not surprised by this information. If the pointers(hands of the clock) can be rotated either way, do you think it could be used in such a way as to turn back, or forward time? The proverbial looking into the future or looking into the past. Can the stationary setting of these alignments, in the
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
G. VDC wrote: > > When you talked about writings destroyed by the church, > weren't you talking about the "original writings" you > mentioned in the line I quoted? I tink he was referring to the casing stones, with writing, was what got destroyed. > And if you think you know the answer ... any chance you might > want to go deeper into this subject? Perhaps it is
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Wonder what it would have looked like when the rising or setting sun hit it on the solstice/equinox days? Would the heiroglyphs stand out as if by "magic" or seem to materialize as the sun moved across the face and the carved out glyphs formed their respective shadows? Just a wondering Texan! LOL Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Runestar wrote: > > I am inclined to agree with your prognosis BrianAndrose. > Lets all think about this for a moment. Does it not strike > anyone as odd that no one has ever been injured ( or even hit > ) by one of these things that are traveling at high speeds, Odd? Not really. If nature has allowed this entity to evolve into something able to fly at such high speeds, then it
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
I came to a similar thought about 1/4 way thru the post. The best, if not the only, explanation for the lower levels being carved out would be for them to have been done during a lengthy time of lower water tables i.e. ice age. The only other means was for them to do so while wearing a breathing apparatus. The volcano erupting would be a good reason to leave the area but do not see the rising
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Having the only entrance in the roof seems like an extremely good way to keep the unwanted critters out. Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Thanks! Very good work. The apex does rise above the top but if the sides of the pyramid was made to follow the curve of the circle I wonder if the apex met at true north? This is one of the thoughts that I had and if the sides were to form this curvature and the apex landed at the north pole would the horizontal mark, of the base of missing tip, line up with the arctic circle. What does t
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Dominick Ohrbeck wrote: > > Correct me someone if I'm erring, but I thougt one of the > main contentions of the AAT was these pre-humans made their > refuge in the water to avoid predators; a contention I still > have trouble accepting. > > Even today, kids love climbing trees but may be deathly > afraid of the water. You'd think that wasn't so if that was > the case
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
AOM-Presenter wrote: > > > If actually man-made, I lean towards either a retaining > > wall or pier with breakers at end to prevent erosion. > > If this new formation is like Bimini -- and the pictures I > saw indicate that it is -- then, sorry, you're wrong. I know > at least that this is not what Bimini is. > > ISHMAEL No prob. Ish but the structure in ques
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
If the pyramid is a supposed replica of the northern hemisphere, with the apex at the north pole and the base at the equator, where would the pertinent focal points land in relation to the pyramids location on Earth? For example, the four base points, the entrance door, shaft exits,and where would the line be where the top actually ends? Just wondering if the missing top is in relation to
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
One thing that makes me wonder is the statements: QuoteThe pair found that all of the mysterious underwater formations had natural explanations. But during the March trip, on their last night on the island, an unexpected visitor appeared at their door. Dino Keller, an experienced diver and former dive operator who is now Vice-President of WAVE-TV, gradually told them about an unusual stone stru
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Astikapati wrote: > > Hi Lobo, > > How's that little chess playing munchkin of yours coming > along? Plus your 3 other musketeers? We just had supper > tonight with friends who are re-carpeting their > home......with babies! They are up to 5!!!! and talking of > another. I think they beleive it might be cheaper by the > dozen. :))) They are doing great, now #5 trie
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
1737. Re: Trust
By the way it is described and positioning they are suggesting an old beach? Is that right? If it is then wave action can work wonders! Also if possible, partial, manipulation by human hand could just be a simple breakwater or retaining wall such as the one of basalt in Pacific(?). I will wait and see also, no certainty without evidence seen! Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Pete, Thanks for the site! Great CADS, haven't looked at all yet but definitely good site. While looking at CADS of the chambers, especially the roofs, and if the number of blocks are accurate, I count eight per side in Queen's chamber and ten per side in King's chambers. This gives a total of 16 blocks for QC and 20 for KC. 16X20=360 I think this was the number of days in old cal
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Also is there any indication of a possible closure or door at the step down when entering the queen's chamber? Such as pivot points or wear marks. Again TIA, Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
lobo-hotei
Pete, Where is there a detailed map of the pyramid? One that includes exact measurements and possibly pictures. Especially of the shafts dimensions. Either web-site or books would be appreciated! TIA, Lobo-hotei lobo
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