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Byrd: However, there's a much larger counter to your "culture transmitted forward" idea -- and that's in the pyramids themselves.
There's a number of pyramid complexes other than the Gizamids. Some are older and some are newer. I took a look at Dahshur and some others to see if the "314" existed there.
Byrd: Senusret II also built a large pyramid at Lahun AND he had a complex of 9 pyramids for his family members. The structures do not resemble the "314" concept.
Hans: Why only one [plan]?
… Nothing shows the importance of an idea more than it being repeated and repeated over the ages…
Hans: What Scott only a 0.02% error – hmmmm well here is an image that shows how Cygnus and Orion match up with Giza.
Hans: Considering the skill of the Egyptians in aligning the pyramids with North it is odd they got the alignment so off? Why is that?
Hans: I must say I enjoyed reading the first page of your idea, but one thought why are people who you think are so knowledgeable worshipping very old fashioned (primitive) anthromorphic gods? Worshipping Gods who they think can save them seems rather non-advanced and primitive.
Hans: We also seem to disagree on technology, perhaps telling me what you think this civilization didn’t have why don’t you tell us what technology they did have that would have allowed them to understand the science behind asteroids, Novas, Physics and advanced mathematics.
Hans: Scott has said, “They were built according to an architectural plan which was supposed to have been revealed in a codex that fell from heaven at Saqqara in the days of Imhotep.”
Quite a reach don’t you think – and why would a granite model be considered a codex from heaven?
Hans: Scott said “Secondly, I would guess that you would get a really good view of the layout from the top of G1 or G2.”
Not as built with the outer layers, they wouldn’t be climbable – which you can prove to yourself by trying to climb the remaining limestone layer that still exists.
Hans: Can you explain why you need to look down onto the pyramid plan – from a greater distance than a man of that time could, to see your ‘idea’?
Hans: Why not just build a circle?
Hans: Precession takes 25,800 years to fully play out, we figure it out thru technology and advanced math how did this mythical civilization do it?
Hans: So you are predisposing that MAC (mythical advanced civilization) knew that people would read numbers from left to right……
Hans: The Sumerians used base 60, other cultures have used 20, the Chinese used prime numbers, the Maya used base 18 and 20 - the Romans….well I think you get the picture, saying that base 10 is natural, is well, wrong.
Hans: Why no explanation of why the circle is set on the edge of G1 but then is set not on G3 but a satellite corner?
Hans: Scott said, “I explain the most obvious angles that arise out of the arrangement of the structures. If there is a more obvious one that you feel I have not already explained then feel free to point it out.”
In case you don’t realize it Scott, and I’m sure you don’t, but you just announced that you are cherry picking the data. Your idea should explain all the points…in your example you use cult pyramid G1 to send a line South then Cult G2 to send another line to the East then you shoot a ray from G2 and come out with a marvelous connection. Okay what happens when you send a line to West of cult G1 to intersect the line from cult G2 which is going North and shoot it with a ray from G2 – what does that signify? Why isn’t it part of the theory?
Hans: Oh in the earlier versions of your theory you had your various rays and lines pointing out when the pyramids were built – why did you drop that – I mean you found it yet now its not “acceptable” why is that?
Hans: What is the criteria for the acceptance of any aspect of your idea….is it, dare I say it, only accepted if it supports your idea? Anything that doesn’t is ignored?
If you are cherry picking you should have only one explanation which can only explain the first one – that is because after a long, long search that is the only combination of lines, angles and etc that will give you the number you need. If you are not cherry picking your ‘theory’, should explain why my selected lines and rays are also valued - or not. Does your idea do that? There are dozens and dozens if not hundred of dots lines and rays we could layer all over Giza, strange that you only mention a very small number of those – like you are selecting only that data that supports your idea……which is called….what?
Originally posted by AMARUKHAN
reply to post by JimmyProphet
The Egyptian word for pyramid, "per-a-met", means "tower of the middle", or "midday house", or "tower of measurement".
The Giza's Pyramids function was identical to that of the pyramids in America, such as Teotiwakan and Kukulkan in mexico and Intiwatana in Tiwanaku in Bolivia; which it was to tell time.
2- Coca and Nicotine found in Egyptian mummies; both products are Andes' origin.
3- There are drawing of corn fields in Egyptian Manuscripts; Corn is a native american plant.
4- The Egyptian Sun god was named RA,in the Andes region we have Inti Ray-mi as the sun god or the goddess sun ARI.
Also i Have found the origin of the one dollar bill pyramid in the Americas; I will made a tread soon about it.
Originally posted by AMARUKHAN
reply to post by Byrd
Alas, it doesn't. "Pyramid" is Greek, not Egyptian. "Mn" is the approximate word for pyramid in ancient Egyptian.
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7. The word pyramid is derived from the Greek word, 'pyramis'
8. The Ancient Egyptian word for a pyramid was 'mer'
12. "Some Egyptologists, notably Mark Lehner, state that the Ancient Egyptian word for pyramid was mer."
As you can see the Ancient Americans used their constructions to observe the sun movements; maybe in later times they used them in sacrificial ritual; when their cultured got corrupted like many others cultures.
The Incas; as the Mexica were like the romans they conquered land and knowledge from other cultures, They didn't invent anything; they used old knowledge from previous civilizations.