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What does seem clear is that whatever the nature of this cycle, it seems to have been of such importance that the ancients would design and later build a monumental clock that could withstand time itself in order that the cyclical timing knowledge it contains could be passed down to their descendants, allowing them to plan and prepare for the arrival of this cycle ahead of time.
This circumference of 7,543 cubits might not, at first glance, appear to be a particularly meaningful value. However, that changes when we then convert this value into INCHES of which there are 20.618 inches to 1 AE cubit. Thus we have:
SC: This circumference of 7,543 cubits might not, at first glance, appear to be a particularly meaningful value. However, that changes when we then convert this value into INCHES of which there are 20.618 inches to 1 AE cubit. Thus we have:
Moodle: I don't get what inches has to do with this. did the AEs use inches?
Moodle: Also i'm not real clear about the relationship between the radius and the circumference and how both relate to time.
Moodle: i'm not saying your estimations are wrong but you took 2 extra steps to confirm the radius/diameter is in fact related to the circumference with time being the relating factor.
Moodle: 7543 x 20.618 = 155521.574 / 12 = 12960.1311
now this does seem a little bit of a stretch. if you can show that the AE's used inches it would help
Moodle: but not a lot. it's not like you're comparing days to weeks. you're comparing a 12/24 hour cycle with a 13/26 thousand year cycle. this seems way off ratio when multiplying by 3.14. i'm not saying it's wrong, but it does seem a little much.
Moodle: why have teh sphinx as a marker (with instructions) but yet there are no markers (monuments) to declare the dates that actually have significance. why use the 6 queens pyramids to do this?
Moodle: the 3rd large pyramid seems to have no function in the clock, is this going to be explained later as you continue to work on the theory?
Moodle: the middle pyramid being off center, i got the feeling you had a theory about that but didn't include it. any ideas there?
Moodle: also, aesthetically speaking, why are the instructions on the sphinx so vague?
GSA: talking about the mapping of Orion and the Giza Mids...maybe so for a doomsday warning, but maybe it is a map as well...ever looked at the Hidden Records Scott?
GSA: I know its been mentioned in other discussions, and might be a bit off topic, but basically it comes down to star maps and a collaration of many similar maps pointing to the same thing across the world,
"Although it appears that in later times, the meaning of the word S3h (or the plural S3hu) was extended to refer to the constellation of Orion as a whole, yet the Egyptians never lost sight of the fact that only one star in this constellation embodied the spirit of Osiris....the star under the arm of Orion..." – Soucre