posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 04:08 PM
Many thanks for your response to my post Scott.
Regarding the point raised here by PhotonEffect:
Scott, I've noticed that you suggest that the Giza pyramids may have been planned at 10,500 BC but not actually constructed until the more recent
dynasty period that carbon-dating seems to qualify. Do you think there is any merit to the notion that the physical foundations may have actually been
laid thousands of years before the AE built the pyramids, or do you find it more agreeable that the entire project was embarked upon at the time
agreed by orthadox historians?
That the AE built the structures at Giza according to astronomical alignment and phenomena I am convinced (thanks in large part to your work). What do
you think of the possibility that the AE built the pyramids, as a calendar and constellation marker, but of their own accord - with no codex? I only
say this because I am of the opinion that the world's great ancient civilisations did develop a superior understanding of our solar system of their
own accord, and may even have been able to backward-calculate important alignments leading to 10,500 BC. For example, the Mayan Long Count calendar -
and I may be wrong here - signifies events in the remote past, long before the Meso-American civilisations who used the calendar are known to have
This is just a point of discussion. For the record, I'm with you on the theory that some kind of codex was inherited.