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Six67seven: ...So believing or even tossing the idea around that the pyramid can be 800,000 years old is just laughable.
Bigjon: I dont believe the pyramids resemble orions belt because in one of graham hancocks books he showed how the outer south east corners of all three pyramids are along a line of phi. The fibonacci sequence.
What are your thoughts on that?
GeosAlien: Your post is very interesting, indeed. The one question that was raised, and I can't find your reaction to is about a past pole shift, how could the position of the Gizamids still be in alignment with the Orion Belt?
If in c. 9700BCE Atlantis has sunk was caused by a pole shift, than what you think made the pyramids line up now with the positions of Orion on about 10500BCE?
Hermes8: out of curiosity- if instead you followed the line of the sphinx causeway instead, where it intersects the "lehner line" might be roughly around 3114 BC- the start date of the Mayan Calendar
just was wondering if you took a look at where the causeway hits that line
Originally posted by Scott Creighton
reply to post by Hermes8
Whilst looking further into your idea regarding the causeway of G2 it crossed my mind that there is actually a FIFTH point in the circle that can be connected from the Sphinx point of origin. This is a very obvious point and EVERY circle has one - it's CENTRE.
When we plot the centre of the circumscribed circle we find it is a fraction from the centre of the middle pyramid. When we extend a line from the Sphinx point of origin we are aorund 150 years from the Mayan calendar start date.
Remember, however, that G2 SE corner has been moved off the Lehner Line and that this has the effect of displacing G2 centre from the circle's centre. Why, we ask, was G2 centre moved off the circle's centre?
There are a number of plausible explanations for this displacement of G2 centre but intriguingly if we plot a line from Sphinx point of origin to G2 centre we intersect the timeline with only around a 60 year error from the Mayan calendar start date of 3114 BCE.
Oracle12: Anyway, I find it intriguing that his dates [Jan van Rijckenborgh] 10,302 BCE, 3,818 BCE, 2001 CE and 2,658 CE are so close to your dates of 10,460 BCE, 3,890 BCE, 2012 CE and 2500 CE, and both are based on the Giza pyramid clock or calendar! No doubt that what you are discovering has been known throughout history but only in small and esoteric circles.
Originally posted by thomas_
reply to post by Scott Creighton
S&F, interesting reading!
Now we just need to dig under the Sphinx paw and see if the chamber below really holds the allegedly hall of records.
I would say that due to the relation between the Sphinx position and the Lehner line it makes it a great place to keep records about prior Earth cycles. Specially due to it's position in relation to all that, it's just like the Sphinx was the guardian of this "calendar" that sits behind it.