posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 04:28 PM
And by geographical centre of England, I meant that all mileages from London to other parts of the country are measured from this geographical
Which rather brings to mind the omphalos stone outside St Martin in the Fields church, (latin - umbilicus mundi)
Here is the umbilicus mundi (omphalos stone) which looks across to Trafalgar Square:
The main plot of the novel Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco revolves around search for the Ombilicus Mundi (Latin: The Navel of the World), the
mystic Center of The Earth which is supposed to be a certain point from where a person could control the energies and shapes of the earth thus
reforming it at will. The novel takes this even further by suggesting that monuments like the Eiffel Tower are nothing more than giant antennae to
catalyze these energies.
The tall spire which is seen between the two buildings, on the BA video, is the recently opened 'Shard' building, made from steel, glass and
And try this for the Ark of the Covenant:
And this for the new creation:
and take note that ARK who is responsible for this nightmare, are located on the Strand in London.