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posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:09 PM
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I found a site that shows there is a constellation called Corona Borealis



It is the crown that ariadne wears in the Theseus Myth.



read about it here
Corona Borealis, or the Northern Crown, is the crown Ariadne wore at her wedding. It was made by the supreme goldsmith, Hephaestus, at his underwater smithy



This stuff just keeps adding up... is there any chance it can be overlaid on the labyrinth?




posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:25 PM
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Big Dan... This pattern along with the star locations surounding it look familliar to me. I think Sanctum has a program that can overlay this with the labyrinth. I will send it to him and ask. Also, whwt are the symbols near the stars in this chart? What do they mean? I worked on the angles last night and found a code which seemed to suggest that some of the spaces were in the wrong place. So I moved them and found two of the symbols near the stars in Corona Borealis in this chart. I will post as soon as I can get it uploaded.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:37 PM
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In 1603 an astronomer named Johann Bayer invented a method for using constellation names to identify the stars. He used the Greek alphabet. He used alpha (the first letter of the Greek alphabet) with the constellation's name abbreviation to show the brightest star in that constellation. The second brightest was beta, and the third brightest was gamma, and so on. Today most stars in constellations are called by the Arabic name and their Bayer name, the Greek alphabet and the abbreviation for the constellation.

Here's an example of the way we identify stars in constellations today. In Aries there is Hamal (Alpha Ari), Sharatan (Beta Ari), Mesarthin (Gamma 2 Ari), and Botein (Delta Ari). The first name was given by the Arabs a long time ago and the name in parenthesis is the Bayer name showing the first four brightest stars in Aries. Alpha Ari is the brightest star, Beta Ari is the second brightest, and so on.

There is a whole group of constellations named after Mr. Bayer. These constellations are not as bright as the other constellation families.

Apparently this constellation is a bayer one.


They are all from the greek alphabet, i think we may have stumbled across something here:



Boy, you really get me thinking when you mention something, I think we work well together!

[edit on 25-10-2004 by bigdanprice]



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:44 PM
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This is the symbol for phi which is the golden ratio a sacred number It looks like a maze with a line going through it, like the gaps. What shapes do you find if you take it away?

- Golden Ratio

= 1. 61803 39887 49894 84820 45868
34365 63811 77203 09179 80576
28621 35448 62270 52604 62818
90244 97072 07204 18939 11374



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:47 PM
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Also notice "23 Her" at 33 degrees.

23 mentioned in translation and 33 dots / spaces. The greek letters are the patterns showing up using math / numbers and patterns. I lost the files somehow. Will take a while to remeasure and plot. I dont have any fancy programs and have to do it all by hand (well sorta, its paint actually). Will post when I get it done.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by bigdanprice
This is the symbol for phi which is the golden ratio a sacred number It looks like a maze with a line going through it, like the gaps. What shapes do you find if you take it away?

- Golden Ratio

= 1. 61803 39887 49894 84820 45868
34365 63811 77203 09179 80576
28621 35448 62270 52604 62818
90244 97072 07204 18939 11374


I can't see anything but the circle with the line through it. I have been looking for this symbol for days now. I didn't know what itwas called but turned up in research of a symbol I found that didn't seem to fit the rune symbols. Check the numbers thead to see it. It looks like a vertical line with two diagonal lines across it. Where is this in relation to Orion? Are these the stars above the pyramid at Giza?



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:12 PM
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I overlayed them use adobe imageready and they didn't quite match up, though a few stars are close. I rotated the pic below to see if they would match up exactly.

I used the same dots I created for Harmoniusone's post on shapes and patterns pictured below. I have tried to overlay it with a few constellations without any luck.




posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:13 PM
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Hi,

Great work and find!! I'm working on a few similar ideas at the moment. I'll post if I find anything significant. I'm working with paint too so its a pain.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:28 PM
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I tried to see if the Taurus (Bull) constellation adds up as a read somewhere that the Real Taurus maze lined up with a certain constellation.

Also i read loadsa stuff about, the templars being linked to this maze and even freemasons and some other stuff.

I think the object of the game is to find the holy grail which is mentioned in te history of this maze.

Maybe the reason why they changed the image on BL is a hint to rotate it to see if it fits any of the constellations?

Also i read somewhere that something ended on the 13th of October but they started something new... this is also linked to the recently discovered Hertfordshire Labyrinth.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:46 PM
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Since this is a maze and its called a labyrinth I have been working on turining it into a labyrinth. We know that there are 11 sets of twin spaces which causes it to be a maze. So I blocked one of each of the twins and I thought counter clockwise might be a clue as to which way to go when you enter the maze in order to decide which one to block. In the first attempt I blocked the first space and it did not create a labyrinth. I will try blocking the second one next. I also made a note of which ones got blocked in order to look for patterns. I will post those as well as soon as I can.

Also, I have another theory and I need to know.... When entering a maze the idea is to get from the center out usually. I thought with a labyrinth the idea was to get from the outside in. Is this correct?

Thanks! Harmony


[edit on 10/25/04 by HarmoniusOne]



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 06:52 PM
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@markjaxson: I think your rotation idea is right...

@Harmonious I think the difference between a maze and a layrinth is that with a labyrinth there is only one route, unus!, a maze there are dead ends and all. This is not a traditional labyrinth but it is one there are no blocks you can get through it in one go, but there are many different routes

I think we need to start to consider the latin as a whole in conjunction with it all.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 07:08 PM
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Originally posted by bigdanprice
@Harmonious I think the difference between a maze and a layrinth is that with a labyrinth there is only one route, unus!, a maze there are dead ends and all. This is not a traditional labyrinth but it is one there are no blocks you can get through it in one go, but there are many different routes


I got that part. Hence why I am trying to turn it into a labyrinth. But I still wonder if thats the only difference. In a maze you start at the center and try to work your way out. But a labyrinth you have to get into first as there is usually something valuable or guarded at the center. Not sure if this is exactly right or not. Its been awhile since I read about it for a different project I was working on.

Harmony



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 07:27 PM
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Just discovered I can't upload any more images. I am out of space. Any suggestions?



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:19 PM
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either buy more space with your ats points or email the image to me and I will use my space and u2u the link to you.



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:24 PM
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My god Dan you sure are putting alot of effort into this game, hope you find something out soon, im not doing much on this game at the moment because of the DrJim game so anything to do with numbers is just not agreeing with my enthusiasm at the moment.

Good Luck!



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:30 PM
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Thanks Mark, I just like a challenge though I should have been writing an essay today instead I was doing research. I have just got broadband so am able to get involved a lot more.
Incidentally I like the way you think with the image rotation being a clue that we should rotate the image. Any help you can give is much appreciated!

p.s.
I love the sopranos, just watched an episode tonight it was a bit weird though all Tony's dreams...


[edit on 25-10-2004 by bigdanprice]



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by bigdanprice
Thanks Mark, I just like a challenge though I should have been writing an essay today instead I was doing research. I have just got broadband so am able to get involved a lot more.
Incidentally I like the way you think with the image rotation being a clue that we should rotate the image. Any help you can give is much appreciated!

p.s.
I love the sopranos, just watched an episode tonight it was a bit weird though all Tony's dreams...


[edit on 25-10-2004 by bigdanprice]


No Problem Dan and its good to have someone working on this so much, you will find alot of people will be put off who played the DrJim game because so much time and effort went into it and the game was 99% solved but another member who we didnt see post anything found the solution and solved the game. Clever girl though.

Il be doing more on this BL tommorrow as its nearly 3 am and im v.tired my brain just doesnt want to do anything so il give it a rest soon.

I have a feeling you are on the right track though and i have a feeling that whatever it its it could be a word/number that will be put on the end of...

www.blacklabyrinth.com/somethinggoeshere.htm

Thats what it was like on the DrJim game and its probably the best bet for this aswell.

Lol Sopranos is brilliant eh, the episode i think you watched is one of the last 2 episodes of the second series, i think he ate something from an indian restaurant that didnt agree with him and hes having nightmares/wierd dreams etc.





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