posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:34 AM
reply to post by ArdenWolf
I'm sorry your question was actually very helpful and I was generalizing and didn't mean to offend you at all. Please keep in mind that the equator
has never moved and the grid latitudes of these sites have not moved either. He claims this system and Giza are around 12,000 years old according to
the math, as opposed to the 3,500 BC date given by mainstream archaeology.
There just isn't enough evidence for continental drifting if any during this 12,000 period, in my opinion. It is far from an exact science
unfortunately. Even if it has moved slightly, a lot of these sites are gigantic enough that they would still fall on the grid points.
He proposes that Great Pyramid was the ancient Prime Meridian, instead of our modern Greenwich Prime Meridian. If you disregard this, then his theory
falls apart. If we plug these numbers into our modern PM, the equations fail. However what he is proposing shows in geomathematics, that these places
have in fact not drifted since the mandate to build. At least not enough to be noticeable.
edit on 8-9-2013 by roncoallstar because: (no