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The pyramid I made reference to was the pyramid of Cheops. The Theoretical Angle at the base is said to be 360/6.94444 = 51.84 degrees, or 51 degrees 51 minutes.
The number 6.94444 is the reciprocal of .144 which is said to be a harmonic of Light.... 144
It is said that this pyramid may be the location of the Prison (Below the pyramid) recorded in "The Books of E'NOCH" I-XXXVI. Chapter 10 verse 4. where Azazel was entomed. Azazel was the most cursed of all that came to the Earth and took the daughters of men as their wives and begat hybrids... Half Alien, Half Human.
This is a commentary article giving a general outline of the book of Enoch as I read it. I
have no idea if any of it is true. It is presented as an interesting alternative. I have taken
parallels from 'Genesis' and the known history of Sumer and as a calendar I have used the
'Book of Jubilees.'
The 'Book of Enoch' is one of the early Judean/Christian books that was rejected when
the Bible was compiled, and was thought to be lost until three copies were found in an
Ethiopian church, The 'Book of Jubilees' is a almanac listing and dating events with “year
zero” set as the supposed year Adam was expelled from the garden of Eden. The 'Book of
Jubilees' was also rejected when the Bible was compiled.
Enoch is more fun than the Christian version, although the Christians seem to have
borrowed heavily from it. In Christianity, there are many grey areas that gloss over a
subject, or there is a reference that does not seem to connect with anything else.
I began this commentary with Genesis and then I added the Book of Enoch and the Book
of Jubilees. Then I added what is known about the history of Sumer, the area where
civilization seems to have began, which is also the area where the early action in Genesis
I used the great flood documented in accounts of the history of Sumer to line up the
different accounts. This is given as being between 2800 and 3200 BC. The account of the
great flood in the Book of Jubilees is given as 1308 AM (Anno Munda, dated from the
supposed expulsion of Adam from Paradise).
This places the expulsion of Adam from Paradise as between 4100 BC and 4500 BC. This is important because it is the beginning of recorded history. The accuracy of the early events, and, in fact, the accuracy of history ever since, cannot be verified.
Although there is evidence of civilisations beginning in other parts of the world at about
the same time, Sumer is often accepted as the first definable civilization. The dating of
the beginning of civilisation is about the time that the Book of Jubilees gives as the date
that the Lord God drove “the man” from the Garden of Eden. What can be said is that
between 5000 BC and 4000 BC, something major happened that caused the “human race”
to go from virtually nothing to a civilisation with major buildings, wheeled vehicles, and
a civil and military administration virtually overnight.
Is it coincidence that civilisation begins at the time 'the man' was expelled from the
Garden of Eden? I have no idea, but for the sake of a good story I will say “what if” and
carry on from there.
Allah has appointed a measure for all things. (Surat at-Talaq, 3)
… You will not find any flaw in the creation of the All-Merciful. Look again-do you see any gaps? Then look again and again. Your sight will return to you dazzled and exhausted! (Surat al-Mulk, 3-4)
... If a pleasing or exceedingly balanced form is achieved in terms of elements of application or function, then we may look for a function of the Golden Number there ... The Golden Number is a product not of mathematical imagination, but of a natural principle related to the laws of equilibrium. (1)
What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo do Vinci's portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers all have in common?
The answer to this question lies hidden in a sequence of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one consists of the sum of the two numbers before it. (2)
L. Pisano Fibonacci
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, …
Fibonacci numbers have an interesting property. When you divide one number in the sequence by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series. This number is known as the "golden ratio."
The Golden Ratio in the Hearing and Balance Organ
The cochlea in the human inner ear serves to transmit sound vibrations. This bony structure, filled with fluid, has a logarithmic spiral shape with a fixed angle of ?=73°43´ containing the golden ratio.
Originally posted by humbleseeker
Very interesting thought, I have always been one to think that the scientific and religous community should embrace each other. I guess I am your counter part to this theory I am a religous man who likes to have an open mind about science.
Originally posted by rand27
Very interesting discussion, but I suscribe to the theory of evolution. I think it is reasonable to say that the theory at this point has been well proven through scientific observation. Any other theory on the origin of man is only conjecture and can not be scientifically tested. If you cannot test the theory then all you have is opinion.
In one account of the fall of the angels in the Book of Enoch, Azazel (Asa'el as in the Qumran texts) is the leader of the Watchers who educates humankind of heavenly secrets that lead humankind to sin. These teachings include making weapons of war and preparing cosmetics, which enabled the women to seduce the angels.
The Dogon people live in the Homburi Mountains near Timbuktu. At the center of their religious teachings is knowledge about a star that is invisible to the eye and so difficult to obsevrve -- even through a telescope -- that no photographs were taken of it until 1970. The Dogon say they received their knowledge by visitors to the earth from another star system.
The Dogon say their astronomical knowledge was given to them by the Nommos, amphibious beings sent to earth from Sirius for the benefit of mankind. The name comes from a Dogon word meaning "to make one drink," and the Nommos are also called Masters of the Water, the Monitors, and the Teachers.
Originally posted by MarkusMaximus
Always thought this was a curious description of the guard posted at the Garden of Eden when man was thrown out of the Garden...
Genesis 3: 23, 24
23 With that God put him out of the garden of E´den to cultivate the ground from which he had been taken. 24 And so he drove the man out and posted at the east of the garden of E´den the cherubs and the flaming blade of a sword that was turning itself continually to guard the way to the tree of life.