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Originally posted by hisshadow
zorgon you enjoying that sonic screwdriver yet?
Originally posted by Agree2Disagree I do believe, however, that similar events such as those depicted have happened.
Originally posted by Jools.but it [Nibiru] was supposed to be visible this year to everyone by naked eye) was coming through the constellation of Orion which is generally of the consensus of believers
Betelgeuse, in Orion (the bright red giant in the upper left) is shrinking and astromomers think that we may get to see a supernova soon. Of course, being 520 or so light yrs away, this event might be long over. I love this bit about the night sky: looking at it is the same as looking into the past.
Originally posted by Larryman
Zorgon... if Betelgeuse going supernova is a recent development... and if the Egyptian Giza pyramids are aligned to Orion's belt... then there may be something located near the pyramids, at the location represented by the position of Betelgeuse. And it may be important, at this time of Betelgeuse supernova. 'As above... seek below'. Just wondering...
Originally posted by October
It would quieten the skeptics wouldn't it?
Once inside the burial chamber the theives would still need to get into the sarcophagus. The sheer weight of the lids made them almost impossible to lift even with several men. Lifting the lid off by means of levers was often not possible due to the restricted space around the sacophagus. Often the only way tomb raiders were able to remove the lid was by either smashing the lid or by sliding it off. Therefore, many sarcophagii of the Old Kingdom had a mechanism of securing the lid by means of small copper pins. There were often two or three of these pins in the backside, or west side of the lid and would hold the lid in place preventing robbers from sliding the lid off.
To Pythagoras music was one of the dependencies of the divine science of mathematics, and its harmonies were inflexibly controlled by mathematical proportions. The Pythagoreans averred that mathematics demonstrated the exact method by which the good established and maintained its universe. Number therefore preceded harmony, since it was the immutable law that governs all harmonic proportions. After discovering these harmonic ratios, Pythagoras gradually initiated his disciples into this, the supreme arcanum of his Mysteries. He divided the multitudinous parts of creation into a vast number of planes or spheres, to each of which he assigned a tone, a harmonic interval, a number, a name, a color, and a form. He then proceeded to prove the accuracy of his deductions by demonstrating them upon the different planes of intelligence and substance ranging from the most abstract logical premise to the most concrete geometrical solid. From the common agreement of these diversified methods of proof he established the indisputable existence of certain natural laws.
Having once established music as an exact science, Pythagoras applied his newly found law of harmonic intervals to all the phenomena of Nature, even going so far as to demonstrate the harmonic relationship of the planets, constellations, and elements to each other. A notable example of modern corroboration of ancient philosophical reaching is that of the progression of the elements according to harmonic ratios. While making a list of the elements in the ascending order of their atomic weights, John A. Newlands discovered at every eighth element a distinct repetition of properties. This discovery is known as the law of octaves in modern chemistry.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
For a guy with so many resources and a fair amount of knowledge, I'm sometimes baffled why you support this stuff
Originally posted by Larryman
Can anyone determine the ground map coordinates for the location represented by the Betelgeuse star,