posted on Mar, 11 2008 @ 02:37 PM
reply to post by Cythraul
Many thanks for your kind words. I shall be posting images of my endeavours to find the APEX point of the Great Giza Triangle here on ATS over the
next couple of weeks (internet connection permitting). I shall be in Giza next week.
As I have already said, however, it is not my expectation to find anything in plain view at the Apex location. If the requirement is to first
understand the mathematics that show us how the pyramids at Giza 'point' to this location then it is hardly likely that the Designers of this would
have then placed anything of significance in open view since this would have undermined the whole point of the exercise and would have been discovered
regardless of any understanding of the mathematics involved - simple as they are.
Put simply - if you are going to hide something at a specific spot and use markers to indicate that specific spot that require to be 'decoded', you
are hardly likely to then place whatever you are hiding in plain view where it would be discovered regardless.
The Designers clearly would not have wished whatever they may have hidden in the sands to the southwest of Menkaure's pyramid to have been discovered
inadvertently by mindless or primitive 'barbarians'. If they have encoded the pyramids in this way with the concavities of G1 and G3 in order to
indicate this particular location, then clearly the Designers of this plan wish whatever they may have hidden to be found only
by those who
have an understanding of mathematics and science and who will perhaps then understand/appreciate the importance of whatever it is they may have hidden
at this location.
Undoubtedly GPR will be required once I have located the apex point. That, however, shall have to wait until a later visit when I have permits etc in
place from the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA).
Anyway - I shall keep you posted on how this preliminary visit goes.