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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
originally posted by: rajas
a reply to: Ladybug201
Nice theory, but i think you made it to complex
.....it's two paragraphs. Complex?
originally posted by: Ladybug201
As you can see in the following picture, as it is claimed, the pyramids of Gizeh are located somewhere on the spiral which is formed by the use of the fibonacci series, to say it short. Now I wonder, they also claim the pyramids resemble the belt of Orion.
Now what if you would locate the stars of the belt of Orion on this spiral, what can there be derived from it and where would the startingpoint of the spiral be situated in the universe?
originally posted by: GBP/JPY
the north star real close there...Polaris
In the "Keys to the Temple," (1997), David Furlong had also pointed out that the golden section has been used in the layout of the three Giza pyramids.
In a book called "The Giza Necropolis Decoded," (1975), Rocky McCollum had noted that he could draw a Fibonacci spiral that would touch the apex of all three Giza pyramids. It folds in on itself, as can be seen, at a spot south-east of the pyramids, between the Sphinx and the Nile. It is Rand’s conviction that Thoth’s Holy Chamber lies at the centre of this spiral.