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Spiros

Humanities
Hello all,
The previous link does not work because I deleted the video and substituded it with a new one. The new link:
Comments welcome.
Best Regards
Spiros
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Spiros

Humanities
Hello all,
I made a video regarding New Jerusalem.
Comments welcome.
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Spiros

Humanities
It's in Romer's book:
w = 219.08 m = 418.445 royal cubits
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Hans Wrote:

> Spiros Wrote:
> 
> > QuoteYoshimura clarified that the number of
> > pieces of wood in Khufu’s second ship is
> about
> > 1260 pieces. Some 1160 pieces were extracted by
> > the team
> >
> > 1260 the isopsephy value of
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Spiros

Alternative Geometry and Numerology
I don't buy it.
The shafts in the Great Pyramid are not 4 they are 5. 5 is the number that relates to the Khufu Pyramid and the isopsephy value of the Greek word for five as pente is 440, the width of the GP in royal cubits. The Khufu enclosure pyramids were 5 in all(1 main, 1 cult, 3 satellite). The fifth 'air' shaft is the subterranean passage which leads South. The subterrane
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
According to Dash the angle is 52.229°.
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
QuoteYoshimura clarified that the number of pieces of wood in Khufu’s second ship is about 1260 pieces. Some 1160 pieces were extracted by the team
1260 the isopsephy value of Sneferu!
And 1160 the isopsephy value of Khnoum.
1260 show up in Revelation.
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Spiros

Alternative Geometry and Numerology
QuoteOne of the most mysterious features of Khufu's Pyramid are the socalled 'air shafts'. Below we will investigate a variation of the Orion Correlation Theory for the purpose of the shafts.
We use Stellarium software and station ourselves at Khufu's Pyramid at Giza. We set the Julian date to November 13, 2553, BC. We chose the time of day so that the belt star
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
The shafts and the G2 to G1 pyramid apex azimuth explained.
you can use: right mouse click => Open image in new pic , for a larger Stellarium photo.
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
But what about the switch between the levels of the North and South shafts?
Petrie:
South air channel at the top of 103rd course or 152.77 royal cubits
North air channel at the top of 102rd course or 151.36 royal cubits
But in Gantenbrink(no casing):
Kings Chamber Southern Shaft 77.55 m = 148.12 rc
Kings Chamber Northern Shaft 78.43 m = 149.80 rc
From Petrie's drawin
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Yes, but there are so many other common numbers. Why not a round 100? Or why not 30 or 1000? So, why doesn't apophenia hold when studying Egyptian texts? What about sekeds of ratios? Do we need a written statement like this: "For those who don't get it, now I am going to encode pyramid architecture data: the number of fishes was 153 etc..."
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
According to Wikipedia, the decans are 36 groups of stars used in the Ancient Egyptian astronomy. If we divide the circle into 36 equal parts, then each one corresponds to an angle of 10 degrees. If we consider on the day I was born the right time so that the angle difference between the Sun's azimuth as observed at my birth place and the meridian, is equal to the angle difference between th
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Spiros

Alternative Geometry and Numerology
robin cook Wrote:

> In the nineties I was hauled over the coals for
> producing a shaft analysis based on Petrie with a
> horizontal distance between shaft exits of 200
> cubits.
Is it a coincidence that this is referred to in the Bible?
John 21.8 QuoteAnd the other disciples came in a little ship; (for they were not
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Spiros Wrote:

> deleted post.
I made some calculations based on Gantenbrink's data(his web page). Taking the position of the shaft inlets and outlets, I used the exit height without the casing stones. To convert from height to horizontal distance from the central axis I used Petrie's data for the base of the pyramid without
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
So the large error in the proposed Sirius and Kochab star to shafts correlation should make us look at other options, that is, taking into account also the blocked QC airshafts.
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
from:
QuoteBlock No. 5 is not accessible to conventional measuring procedures. Here, our video images show that the shaft's angle of ascent declines. From this point, all the way to the outlet on the pyramid's flank (we measured both points), the shaft maintains an angle of 45°. So, despite the extreme fluctuations in the initial section, the shaft seem to proceed with great exac
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Based on Stellarium, If we consider we are stationed at Khafre's pyramid then ignoring the effect of the atmosphere we note that the geometric altitude of Alnilam at upper culmination is 45.0034 degrees.
But this is not the correct time to observe things. The reason is that at the upper culmination of Alnitak on this same date we have chosen coincides with the upper culmination of Betelge
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Kanga Wrote:

> I was unaware that Trimble had pointed this out.
> Krupp has also stated that KCS points to Al Nilam
> for the year 2550 BCE, which as Magli has shown is
> the same year that KCN accurately points to
> Thuban. This kind of locks in these two stars and
> this date.
King Chamber North average "Ma
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
The problem with the stars in the pole region is that their distance is large so it is difficult to consider them as a group. The Orion belt stars on the other apart from bright are close to each other.
The apparent distance between the two brightest Orion belt stars can be projected onto the Earth and thus define a standard distance that could represent for example the distance between two c
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Hermione,
Have you read Robert's paper? Mathematically deduced pyramid correlations are by definition AGN, no humanities related philological thingies there!
BR Spiros
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Cocteau refers to the three wise men, he does not refer to Orion. It is possible that he might have thought that they represented the belt stars of Orion, but this is not clear. None the less there could be no decoding through solely philological reference. One needs to resort to maps or mapping(geography, geometry, etc) for this. Cocteau did not relate neither distance, nor orientation, nor heig
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Hello Hermione,
Well there is always the possibility of me unconsciously conceiving the Orion Correlation Theory before Robin Cook or Robert Bauval.
QuoteI remember that in 1979 I travelled to the Egyptian museum and noticed the satellite image, so I asked if it was possible to get a copy and, after being led through a maze of backrooms to the photography department, obtained one (for the
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Hello Mark,
This might be of interest to you:
BR Spiros
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
sphere volume intent:
OGKOS SPhAIRAS(volume of a sphere) = (70+3+20+70+200)+(200+500+1+10+100+1+200) = 1375
KhEOPs(Cheops) = 600+5+70+700 = 1375
Did Cheops know it or did the Greeks think he knew it?
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
The relation between the total volume in cubic meters of G1 G2 plus G2 lid lead us to the question whether G1 was not meant to have a lid. I mean if it did, then the relation of coffers G1(no lid) + G2(lid) would not make sense.
I have been looking into the dimensions and it seems to me that I can design a hybrid coffer from G1 and G2. The idea is to take the average dimensions of both. For t
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
Thanks, I didn't notice that.
NEILOS(Nile) = 50+5+10+30+70+200 = 365
ThHBAIOS EIMI(Thevaios eimi: I am a Theban) = (9+8+2+1+10+70+200)+(5+10+40+10) = 365
MESON(medium, or average) = 40+5+200+70+200 = 365
The volume of Khafre's coffer(without the lid) is V:
V = 2.718241255 m3
e = 2.718281828
Hard to accept another coincidence.
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Spiros

Ancient Egypt
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