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December 13, 2019, 9:58 am UTC    
March 17, 2015 09:42AM
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Just noticed this .
Why mention the building of a monument at Giza at a particular date then shift attention to another site 9,000 km away when there was no building going on there that we are aware of , at that date ??

An idea is that megalithic structures, cities, or sacred sites relate to transgenerational beings of higher intelligence. Just a thought.

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There is no such thing as an "ideal" horizon in astronomy , there are only real horizons .it is only ideal , i.e. convenient to those who are unaware of , can't calculate the real horizon or find it useful to keep it zero suit some agenda .

You can call it what you want. For example you can say that the Sun has 0 altitude. It could be behind a hill but its altitude is still zero.

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No it doesn't .Heliopolis is where the sun was worshipped ,it bears no relation to a swamp in northern America . If you take the nonsensical 0 altitude from Heliopolis at summer solstice in 2580 bc and , equally nonsensically , extend the line of the sun set azimuth from Heliopolis ,it crosses Cuba and the closest it gets to Manhattan is nearly a thousand miles to the south .
Fwiw the bearing from Heliopolis at summer solstice sun rise in 2580 bc “leads “ to Shanghai , yet another underwhelming ,coincidental “encoding “ .

But this thread is about New York, not Heliopolis. The observation point is New York. You station yourself there and check the direction in which the Sun rises, not sets during Summer Solstice.

In my previous analysis I didn't use accurate values. Here is the new data.I mean we can use this alignment to date the intended correlation.


azimuth 6th av. - 42nd street Manhattan - Heliopolis obelisk Egypt = 57.562 degrees


In Giza Kafre was the first to build a pyramid to target Heliopolis via the Great Pyramid direction. He was Son of Re, and Re or Ra was worshiped at Heliopolis(the Sun god). Here I use a year that is approximately the time Kafre ended his reign and that corresponds pretty much to the time his pyramid was completed, that is 2532 BC.

wiki:

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There is no agreement on the date of his reign. Some authors say it was between 2558 BC and 2532 BC;





isopsephia relation the O is an Omega:


XEPhRHN = GNOSIS = 1263



So, at 2532 BC as seen from Manhattan on the Summer Solstice the azimuth of the Sun as it crosses the horizon rising point exactly to Heliopolis. The value as seen from Starry Night software is 57.561 degrees.

Now regarding the exact horizon, the direction here in question does not cross any hills with significant altitude in the North-East(Manhattan, Bronx, Connecticut, etc.) so it is safe to consider the ideal horizon to represent the ideal horizon.

Another isopsephia relation that relates to New York:

Omega = 24
NEA YORKH + PYRAMIS XEPhRHNOS(New York + Kaphre's pyramid) = 299

The 299 Manhattanhenge angle



Next post about Alex.

IHSOYS = EIMI H ZOH = 888

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Edited 9 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2015 09:54AM by Spiros.
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