posted on Sep, 22 2009 @ 02:09 AM
There is the pole shift and / or the knocked askew (and mars too) issue, that makes me think there was good reason to make huge honking lasting
markers to celestial points of reference.
There is also the issue that monuments are almost always built on top of older monuments. So if people say, well these dates are scattered, we have
to think that we're looking at the dates of the most visible/ most recent. But what was underneath is older and in the same pertinent spot.
Then there is the growing earth idea. That Gaia is expanding. In this case the circle was smaller, less broken.
And there is the crisscross... You have one line, what's the other? I find it hard to believe you'd only have one circle. You'd have at least 2,
it seems to me, if you were giving coordinates. Probably 3 if you're very advanced, and clearly they're quicker than us
I'm wiling to wager that Roslyn Chapel is on one or the other lines.
OR - and I thought this a lot during the competition, Maybe WE HUMANS get to provide the other line. And how better than with a zero say a GMT... Who
fought the hardest for the 2012 olympics? Paris and London. London has GMT and Paris lost the zero in the 1880s bitterly and wants it back. It's a
strange battle, the da vinci code mentioned it and it's connected to the serpent rouge etc. and the Louvre pyramid.
The best of our breed perform for the gods during the olympics. They used to be every 8 years, the time it takes for Venus to make her pentagon in
the sky, in ancient times. We, in our modern age of speed, actually have them every 2 years now if we count Winter.
Giza, Rome, Paris all align. I would guess a good way to look for the 2nd real circle would be to look for alignments and find the biggies that are
in both circles. But we all know, it's got to be Giza. There's really no question, is there?
As the Arabs say, Man fears time, but time fears the pyramids.