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December 12, 2019, 1:56 pm UTC    
February 08, 2018 12:03PM
Spiros Wrote:
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> Hans Wrote:
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> > Spiros Wrote:
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> > > I have already reffered to Gobekli Tepe.
> As
> > a
> > > matter of fact it fits in perfectly
> with
> > this
> > > thread. Observe:
> > >
> > > Orthodox Church of the Annunciation
> Nazareth
> > -
> > > Djoser pyramid Saqqara distance = 500.1
> km
> > >
> > > Gobekli Tepe - Orthodox Church of the
> > Annunciation
> > > Nazareth distance = 600.2 km
> > >
> > > Gobekli Tepe - Church of the Nativity
> > Bethlehem
> > > distance = 700.8 km
> > >
> > > Djoser pyramid Saqqara - Delos = 1,000.5
> km
> > >
> > >
> > Spiros why is a distance important?
> Everything in
> > the universe is some distance from
> everything
> > else.
> >
> > By referring to GT I meant finding all
> measure of
> > dots and lines within it that point out this
> that
> > and whatever.
> >
> > Oh have you ever found an ancient monument
> you
> > cannot find some encoded information in?
> When an ancient Hellenic city state wanted to
> found a colony, they would ask the advice of the
> oracle of Delphi. cities could not be founded at
> any just point. There had to be a special
> geographical encoded message either through the
> distance, latitude, longitude, direction(azimuth),
> etc. This along with other parameters that were
> necessary like access to a water sources,
> proximity to trade routes, far from hostile
> indigenous population etc.

Where did the Greeks note they did this? When did the Greek create Latitude and Longitude? I thought it was a bit late. Hipparchus, a Greek astronomer (190–120 BC), was the first to specify location using latitude and longitude as co-ordinate are you saying someone else did it earlier?
>
>
> When a civilization has access to what it believes
> is advanced scientific knowledge, it tends to want
> to show it off.

Hmmmm I would have thought they would guard it as being secret and valuable.


That is, show it off to the
> initiated, because the rest cannot understand it.
> It occurred in the past and it occurs in the
> present, in Western as we call it civilization, in
> the planning of cities and monuments, or in
> building of importance.

It does? What then were the Romans encoding in say the Pantheon? What is encoded in the Burj Khalifa?>
>
> To be able to study the structures at GT you need
> to first have a representative chunk of the
> overall survey data. Only a small amount of GT has
> been excavated so there is no use in IMHO in
> trying to make sense of the dimensions of the
> structures.

Yet you claim to have found important information using how many data points at Giza?

> All ancient and modern monuments contain encoded
> information. A large number of monuments exist for
> which I cannot find encoded information. It is
> only natural. The reason off course is that I am
> not in the mind the architects.

You mean you believe they contain encoded information but cannot demonstrate that they do?
>

Really what science is encoded in modern monuments?


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