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October 15, 2019, 6:36 pm UTC    
June 18, 2018 10:56AM
Hi Hans all that came after are pale imitations although I am seeing reasonable results from Sumer ... [www.hallofmaat.com]

And you may be right but by studying Giza I have learned more about the ratios inherent in our solar system than anyone could have ever taught me. It all came from Giza,

1/2 sq rt 3 = Mercury then Venus = Phi then Earth = sq rt of 5
Phi squared / phi squared + 1 = ratio of Venus to Earth ...
if Earth is the cubit of 20.62 then Mars = 31.416 or 10*Pi

And then people always tend to ignore this image rather than explain it.



Full size image here: [imagizer.imageshack.us]

Call it made up or whatever you want but the solar system follows these rules I have just listed. And sadly I never even got to The Bent and The Red on that board. Nor did I get to the hidden creation story and who and what the ancient gods of Egypt really may have been. Aw well ...

EDIT ... and who Imhotep really was.

Cheers
Don Barone




Cherry Picking - If you can't debate your opponents on the substance of the issue, crush them on the minor details.



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