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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?
Originally posted by Scott Creighton
Why are they showing us the precessional cycle of Orion's belt? Are they trying to warn us of a cylical event?
The physicist Dr Paul LaViolette in his book, Earth Under Fire has theorised that the core of our galaxy enters an explosive phase every 11.000 years or thereabouts. LaViolette theorises that the shockwave from these blasts will sometimes bring space debris (asteroids and the like) into a collision course with the Earth, sometimes not. We just don't know. However, the cycle of Galactic Core Explosions (GCEs) will always continue at the same regular interval. The bottom line - best that we prepare ourselves. Just incase.
Forewarned is forearmed.
Blue Shift: I don't know. I've never been to crazy about the notion that somehow pyramid shafts or alignment stones "target" certain stars in the sky, and that's how you can determine their age. A shaft or the top of a stone draws multiple parallel lines across the sky, and I think it's a bit of a stretch to say they're zeroing in on one specific bright star. During the course of one night, they cross numerous stars. Maybe those have significance, too?
Also, if the pyramids were somehow thrown out of alignment so long ago, then why does everybody say they are so perfectly aligned with the poles today and attribute the accuracy to aliens, or whatever?
Uranus and Neptune begin much closer to the Sun than their current positions, at about 13 and 14 AU. They stay pretty comfortably in those positions for about 100,000 years. Then, quite suddenly, that 1:2 resonance is reached. Saturn and Jupiter don't change a lot initially, but the orbits of Uranus and Neptune go nuts. They get much more eccentric, so that their orbits cross; at times Uranus even gets very close to Saturn. After about a million years, the eccentricity dies down, and Uranus and Neptune are on their way out to more distant positions in the solar system, at the same time that Saturn begins to acquire its present orbit eccentricity.