Sir W. F. Petrie’s accurate measures for the Giza complex are implemented to establish the intended positioning for the three large pyramid locations at Giza.
March 2000. Author: Clive Ross
An in-depth examination indicates the possible reason why the ancients developed the royal cubit and cubit for measure.
June 2001. Author: Clive Ross
The Orion belt alignment is studied, and an alternate system introduced, indicating the ancient’s full knowledge in planetary motion.
September 2001. Author: Clive Ross
A series of illustrations showing the theoretical methods the ancient may have used from quarrying to raising stones to the working level.
April 2002. Author: Clive Ross
The most carefully constructed “Bent Pyramid” was designed specifically to represent the planetary characteristics of Mars and Earth.
August 2002. Author: Clive Ross
Two hundred years have passed since the discovery of the Aztec “Sun Stone”, yet we have failed to recognize the astronomical knowledge carved within the stone’s intricate designs, directing us to the planets Venus and Mars.
December 2002. Author: Clive Ross
Are we capable of building a monumental site containing knowledge as displayed at Giza? Topics 1 and 3 are reintroduced adding more fascinating measures within the confines of the pyramid complex.
January 2003. Author: Clive Ross
Discovered in modern times, the mysteries of the four shafts have allowed many theories and amazing myths to materialize, but what was the true intention for their design?
May 2003. Author: Clive Ross
An ingenious system is incorporated within the confines of the Great Pyramid. Using the Royal cubit measure we are guided to the orbital periods for Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars…the four planets closest to the Sun.
July 2003. Author: Clive Ross
Revisiting topic 3 to discover the orbital path of Mars. Did the ancient designers of Giza paint the Sphinx red as a symbolic gesture? If so, was it to indicate the proximity of Mars?
November 2003. Author: Clive Ross
Pythagoras introduced the right-angle theory to the world, but was he the first to have gained this knowledge…was he the discoverer of the formula? Did Pythagoras learn from others? Were his teachers aware of the theory? Did they know that two formulas existed?
November 2003. Author: Clive Ross
Our planet Earth is blessed with life; supported by the Sun for one half of our rotational day and the Moon for the balance. Although humankind has stepped upon our closest neighbor we have yet to understand its origin. How and why does Earth have a Moon?
January 2004. Author: Clive Ross
13. A Point in Time
Egyptologists are confident in their estimated construction date of 2500BC for the Giza pyramid complex, unknowingly they have confirmed the identical date that was ingeniously designed into the site.
May 2004. Author: Clive Ross
The true length of the Royal cubit is impossible to establish from the various collections of this ancient measure. Does Giza hold the key to its design? Can Petrie’s recorded measures of the King’s Chamber be used as a standard?
November 2004. Author: Clive Ross.
Book IX of Vitruvius relates to astronomy and dialing. The orbital data given is far from correct and a puzzle to professional astronomers. Did the author have one or more ulterior motives in his writings?
February 2005. Author Clive Ross
16. Cautious steps
This topic is comprised of several parts:
Part 1 begins with the reintroduction of topic 3…“The Perfect alignment”.
Combining it with the Giza site’s limits produce measures in the form of square root values of 2, 3 and 5. These values then directs us to the designer’s ingenious means for demonstrating the value of p(pi). January 1, 2006
Part 2 Ventures onward illustrating how the three large pyramids share identical ratios with the overall site. P10 (GP2a) is introduced to confirm the width ratio for P1 compared to P3. January 15, 2006. Author Clive Ross
Part 3 Hidden within the measures of Giza are the orbital ratio and alignment periods for the first four planets from the Sun. To confirm, the designers of the site included several mathematical ratios from those described in Part 1 and 2 of this topic. Intellectually intriguing…words cannot express these findings. January 27, 2006. Author Clive Ross
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