posted on Oct, 20 2015 @ 11:33 AM
originally posted by: Hyperia
a reply to: TheLamb
Explain, Claude for me its just messy, elaborqtr
You're winding me up? If not then:
Put the letters of the alphabet along the x-axis and the y-axis as in the picture. Then take the letters ND XO XC HW DR GH DX OR VI from right to
left and plot them, the first on the x-axis, the second on the y-axis. So the first point is (I,V). The second is (R,O) and so on. When you've done
that create another graph with the alphabet along the x-axis and the y-axis. Take the second, third, fourth and seventh pair from the right and
transfer them to the new graph. That leaves five on the first graph. The positions of the planets in the Solar System are unique to a particular
date. There's no repetition in human history so it's a convenient means of specifying a date without the hassle of calendars changing, leap years
etc. So use a Solar System calculation tool to figure out the date. I've done that already and it's 28 November 2015. The points we moved to the
second graph were 2, 3, 4 and 7. 7x4=28 7+4=11 and 7x3-4-2=15.
And there you have it. The positions of all nine planets on a sword from the 13th century for a date only a few weeks away!