Dr. Semir Osmanagich Regarding Pyramids Found All Over the World

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posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 11:06 PM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
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How do we create controllers through our greed?


There is a hierarchy to unequal profits which should not exist. The poorest of the poor are equally guilty as the rich. The people who don't claim ownership are not guilty at all.




posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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sorry, i will use the term great circle (for me vector going the world around) , i put one partiallyin red
in the online UVG simulation on the stone circle in south africa, Mpumalanga, called Adams Orion Calendar :

stone circles all over the world are well conceived , You still can use them today ;

where they built at the same time as the pyramids known today , or started millennia before thefirst

pyramids we recognize as such , i don't know ?

today some people think the ancients divided the worldsphere in pentagons (like a football?) , when

applied related to the stone circle of Mpumalanga , South Africa, called Adams Orion Calendar ,

the stone circles of Namoratunga and Nabta appears aligned and also many pyramids worldwide in the "great circles" or " UVG vectors" generated in the Platonic spherical geometry


i have no explanation for that , see interactive simulation online of pentagonal worldgrid on Mpumalanga :

click in and scroll down to the central stone of the stone circle and folow the leads

users.telenet.be...



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 03:39 AM
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Originally posted by kennes
In this ATS Forum topic they are technical linked by Thor Heyerdhal.


What do you mean by technical linked?



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 04:21 AM
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Originally posted by kennes
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Your link is to "GLOBAL META - GEOMETRY - 3, UVG Worldgrid Mpumalanga."

I wanted to see what "1" was so I could start at the beginning. I went to the page "Local & GLOBAL META GEOMETRIES - 1 UVG Worldgrids simulations" - "Neo-Sciences and Non-Western Sciences - Hexagonal and Platonic groundgeometry Flower of Life and Unified Vector Grid."

On that page the Flower of Life appears:



in reference to Stone Circles and major Pyramids worldwide.

I've enjoyed looking at the Flower of Life numerous times only for its beauty. But in this context now it becomes a grid. It looks different from straight lines drawn around the world connecting sites, but, the surface of the earth is curved, not straight, right? The Flower of Life is a representation of the earth's energy, and the Stone Circles and major Pyramids are built where they are because that's where the energy is?



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 04:39 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
On that page the Flower of Life appears:



I vividly remember Nassim Haramein talking about that Flower of Life in his 4-DVD set Crossing the Event Horizon: Rise to the Equation.

He said it appears in the stone on a site in Egypt, and it is not chiseled. It was put there in "some extraordinary way."



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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the pyramid building techniques are the same , i cannot verify that , but believe the expertise of Heyerdhal

in fact its the reason why i became member of this forum !

because the UVG triangles and pentagons of Tiwanku, Guimar and Ur are direcrly linked i looked in Google
for relations and came on ATS topic saying : www.abovetopsecret.com... ,

What civilization built the first pyramid?, text :

But Thor Heyerdahl thought differently. Dr. Heyerdahl, who has done extensive research on the pyramids of Tucume in Peru, was intrigued by photos of the site, and on visiting the valley of Guimar to see for himself, he was no longer in any doubt. These were neither terraces nor random piles of stone cleared by the Spaniards, as some had tried to explain them away. They were painstakingly built step-pyramids, constructed according to similar principles as those of Mexico, Peru, and ancient Mesopotamia

Because i don't know who built the first pyramid, i replyed by giving the UVG simulation from India as possible info,
then looked around and came on this topic , because i had also a Visoko simulation , extremely remarkable
because 3 pyramids of Bosnia are in a triangle and a side of the triangle points to the socalled Allison "northpole" in Alaska , exactly !

But there is more, looking at Guimar further , is saw that the Guanches language is clearly linked to India,
and the UVG triangles tiwanaku-center Guimar- Ur are computer generated from one of the most important
monasteries-temple-pyramid in India Somapura

This confirms another pentagonal UVG worldgrid triggered from Ireland , Beaghmor Tyrone (about 30 stone circles) : the UVG of this major archeological megalithic worldcenter links directly over stone center in Rusia to several stone centers in line in India who even are master node-points in that UVG ! from Rusia to Sri lanka : interactive online simulation Beaghmor :

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On this grid many pyramids seems also aligned after the UVG gridt already was defined millennia before by the megalithic stone center builders ? Its an enigma also for me! The multi-UVG on the same pyramids by major archeological centers is even surrealistic for me, impossible , UNLESS it was mapped before.
Thats why i called in the worldwide stone centers KML overlay for Google earth, merged with UVG,
to see if ? ... and yes there are coordinated stone centers on UV node-points itself ???!!!



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:02 AM
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thanks for the Flower info (hexagonal geometry) i will look asap for the loocation in Egypt where it is
marked by special tecniqies



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:14 AM
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I pulled out my DVD set and looked at the sub-topics for all 4 DVDs, hoping that I could access that specific part, make note of which structure the imprint appears on, and take a screenshot of it to post. But I couldn't figure out which one it was by looking at them. As I recall, I'm thinking that it has a bluish and maybe a pinkish tint, but I'm not sure about that.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:16 AM
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They have recently found that crystals form in shapes like this. It is accepted by science now but the one who proposed it was stripped of his credentials and ridiculed. He won a prize after his work was proven by another scientist who tried to see what he was seeing. He got a million dollars and his credentials back. The guy had noticed a similarity to some of the tapestry in India and these crystal shapes also, almost as if people desired these repetitive shapes of nature. This was a great advancement to the sciences, that crystals assemble in shapes we see in nature. Is the earth and it's mineral deposits and mountains formed in one of these shapes to create our magnetic field? Is the mining of these deposits destroying the magnetic field? I cannot answer that. Because of peoples desire to own the metals that make up these crystals I feel it will never be considered and evidence will not be acquired to verify this. We can destroy a planet.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:31 AM
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flower of life is applied as groundgeometry locally , i mention links to other researchers who use the flower
for greater grids , but that is not possible on a sphere , UVG is pentagonal for that reason, and than all deducted possible platonic solids vectors

i'm not a mathematician, geometer or astronomer , i accept those theories, and apply in Google Earth
the KMLs generated and merge them with other information data KMLs

in fact only the Incas have a real large subcontinental groundgeometry for their towns , a Flower of Life is possible on their geometry on paper , but on a sphere on the ground ... ? because great local Inca circles of 468KM intersect in that geometry with the standard UVG node-point 35 of the standard Gizeh UVG , i tried an UVG on Tiwanaku - Cuzco by curiosity , catching so many sacred sites with a Google Earth KML overlay in Asia , that i continued to look after the pyramids and finally the stone circles

today Thor Heyerdhal brought me on Your website

(reorganizing my draft webiste i temporarily deleted the Inca geometry of Prof. Carnac France )



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:44 AM
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sorry, i'm reorganizing my draft website that i only used for e-mail communication ; a professional website developer did me an offer to regenerate state of the art my website if i first cleanup ?
"it is mindblowing but chaotic" people say

i have to renumber a lot of pages, and are rewriting the index , today temporarily
and to complete, simplified index on :

users.telenet.be...



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 08:47 AM
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Originally posted by kennes

. . . in fact its the reason why i became member of this forum !

. . . i looked in Google for relations and came on ATS topic saying : www.abovetopsecret.com... What civilization built the first pyramid?


That thread, started March 31, 2004, got zero flags.

Maybe there was little interest in pyramids at that time.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Originally posted by kennes

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is an interactive online worldgrid simulation in Google Earth of an UVG grid (Platonic pentagonal or dodeca worldgrid with associated vectors) : all major pyramids worldwide are in a few gran circles linked together in UVG simulation mode. . . .


I just got the Google Earth plugin on my computer so now I know what you're talking about and can begin to study this.


kennes,

English is not your first language, correct?

Is the website you're linking us to a site associated with Belgium? (Not that it makes any difference. I'm just curious.)



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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Boy, looking at the layout of the pyramids on some of the pictures I have seen, they rimind me of a circuit board. Underground tunnels full of mineral water can conduct electrical signals well. It is probably just a coincidence but it sure is similar



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 10:22 AM
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Additionally, on the thread "The Incredible Technological Precision of the Ancient Egyptians," it is pointed out that pyramids (and previously, the Tesla Tower) are built on top of aquifers.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
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Additionally, on the thread "The Incredible Technological Precision of the Ancient Egyptians," it is pointed out that pyramids (and previously, the Tesla Tower) are built on top of aquifers.


Ah guys a large portion of the earth surface sits atop an water - that's one reason dowsers usually hit water- there's usually water everywhere except in non porus material - the problem is of course how much water constitutes an 'aquifer' versus water under the ground.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 11:06 AM
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Most of the old pagan sites were built over underground rivers and underground aquifers, or any site where there was water. When underground water is moving it creates a geomagnetic anomaly. I live on top of a little hill with an underground river or stream under it, it used to come out of some dried up springs around here. Something happened a while ago, possibly the glacier or just a more recent earth quake and this was changed. It sheared the earth a mile away and the water comes out of the rock wall there and feeds a big swamp. This may have been what caused the springs here to dry up, my well is nearly artesian but does not come higher than four feet from the surface. The springs still come out by a creek down the hill, creeks that run year long. I know this because the well driller hit a whole lot of water when drilling the well and said if I go past the limestone it will go away.

Back to the pagan sites. When I walk out over the underground river, my hair on my arms tingle and stand out. This is probably how the ancient people chose these places. The compass spins in circles too, but they didn't have compasses back then. A witching stick shows a strong attraction to this also, my uncle was amazed at all the water and strength of it as he witched. This is not uncommon to have springs on hills. around those areas there may be a lot of archeology to discover though.

The Catholic church knew that people were attracted to this energy so they took over these sites and built a lot of churches on them to direct this energy through the church where people would feel it. This is kind of common knowledge. There are also other sites which had similar properties, sites above diamond pipes, or above magnetite outcrops. I'm sure there are more minerals than that but I haven't studied them. An Indian holy site here called Eagle Rock by Big Bay is being mined, seems that that attracting field was being created by a lot of valuable minerals. The Indians weren't too happy about that and neither am I but I have no power to stop them. I don't agree with the the mine because of the lousy reputation that they have on the environment in this country. I also don't like them destroying the Indian holy site, that is a bad omen for us here.

It was not only the pyramids that employ this knowledge, we have been using it ever since, building high buildings and monuments.



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
Your link is to "GLOBAL META - GEOMETRY . . .


What does the prefix "meta-" mean in that context?



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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Is "interactive online worldgrid simulation" a term that originates with the Google Earth program itself? And why is it a simulation? Because it has to be approximate? Or does it just mean it's a representation?

Is the term "unified vector grid" associated with the Google Earth program itself, or is that terminology from something else?



posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 12:53 PM
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Originally posted by Hanslune

Ah guys a large portion of the earth surface sits atop an water - that's one reason dowsers usually hit water- there's usually water everywhere except in non porus material - the problem is of course how much water constitutes an 'aquifer' versus water under the ground.


You should take the hint, most people on this thread are ignoring your posts because they have figured out what you represent:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

or something along those lines - it doesn't really matter.

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