Originally posted by Logman
Your presentations point to a date of 10500 for the axis tilt. And yet your new book out in February 2012:
Explains in detail how the angles and geometry of the Great Pyramid record a shift of the world’s axis in 3980 BCE and predict more to come
Why the sudden change in your hypothesis? Also, do you believe the Giza complex was actually built soon after 10,500 BC or way later and just points to that date?
Hello there, Logman,
Many thanks for your question.
The year c.10,500 BC still has a crucial role to play in my hypothesis. But when this hypothesis was first formulated in 2006, I had not yet discovered other aspects of the Giza-Orion Blueprint that would, in time, come to influence the hypothesis. At that time I saw only the 10,500 BC minimum culmination date but when I found the max culmination date of c.2,500 AD I then realised that what we had at Giza was much, much more. The structures were not built (as Bauval and Hancock believed) to mark the time of Zep Tepi c.10,500 BCE. They believed that because they only saw the remote 10,500 BC date - they did not see that that alignment is connected via the Lehner Line to the max culmination date of c.2,500 AD. In so doing the so-called 'Lehner Line' then becomes a simple Precessional Timeline and, quite remarkably, the Sphinx is aligned almost precisely to the midpoint of the line i.e. at c.3,980 BCE.
It does seem, however, that this 'linear clock' indicates THREE dates. The first date is very obvious - the aforementioned Sphinx aligned to the midpoint of the timeline giving the year c.3,980 BCE. The timeline may also be indicating a further two reasonably obvious points on the line - one at c.9,700 BC and another at c.2,012 AD. You can read more on this here:
Great Pyramids Indicate 2012
Are these dates significant? Certainly in c.9,700 BC significant Earth changes were taking place on the planet and the same occurred again around 6,000 years later in c.3,980 BC. Does this have any bearing on the final date in the precessional cycle - 2012 AD? I do not know. All I know is that the Giza precessional Timeline points to that date (or thereabouts). Whether it is entirely coincidental only time will tell.
It is worth pointing out here that I am categorically not implying that the Ancient Egyptians and Mayan civilisations were in any way contemporary or that they shared knowledge. It may be, however, that different civilisations may have discovered the same Earth cycles of their own accord. It is my view that the date c.3,980 BC is highly significant and pivotal in ancient Egyptian history, as my new book (to be released in January from Bear & Co) will hopefully show.
The short answer to your question is that my hypothesis has simply evolved as a result of new and more exciting discoveries at Giza and the implications and realisations of those.
edit on 14/8/2011 by Scott Creighton because: Fix Typo.