Category Archives: Volume 4: December 2011 – 2012 (Published)

The Giza Pyramids: A study of the Megaliths of the USA

As expected the study of North America sites produces no evidence to link them to the Giza Pyramids. Continue reading

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Solving the Pyramids Part 4: Use of the Giza Pyramids to create lines of Longitude linked to a 366 day year.

The Giza Pyramids are used to divide the world into 61 time zones (Equivalent to one sixth of one year). The specific size of the Pyramids thus appear to have been calculated to scale to the world map, and create time zones. Continue reading

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The Megalithic Atlas: Connecting the Megalithic sites of the World

Nazca and Irkutsk are used to create a Paleolithic Era Prime Meridian (PPM). The data creates a match to the the Pyramid Earth Star Map, and suggests a disagreement may have emerged over where to exactly place the line of zero longitude. Continue reading

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Irkutsk Geoglyphs: A Randomized Study for the Square Petroglyph

A random study using Google and Yahoo search engines, identifies a match between locations highlighted by the Giza Earth Star map and locations where a rare square, irregular-box petroglyph pattern can be found. Continue reading

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Reanalysis of the The Nazca Lines of Irkutsk

Reanalysis of the Irkutsk ground pattern reveals the original pattern is only a very small part of a much larger drawing. Continue reading

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Ley Lines… Are they real? A possible link between the Giza Pyramids, the V-bar-V petroglyphs, Monks Mound, Snake Mound, Newark Earthworks, the sunken Pyramid of Japan, the Tucume Pyramids, and Harappa

All the papers in this series use linear Alignment Lines. How do these lines differ from Ley lines? This paper attempts to explain the differences. Continue reading

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Solving the Pyramids Part 3: The Map of an Ancient Empire

Up until now the Pyramids have only been used to align the stars, so that they can replicate the shape of the continents. Now the process is reversed, and the Pyramids are placed on the stars they represent. This first study creates an important pattern that is used in later papers to link the Pyramids to Stonehenge, and to create time zones. Continue reading

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The Oldest Maps of the World: Deciphering the Hand paintings of Cueva de El Castillo Caves in Spain and Lascaux France

The third paper of Volume 4 looks more closely at the two world maps already discovered at Lascaux and Castillo. Continue reading

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Giza Pyramids Reveal New Secret Hieroglyphs

A new hieroglyph is discovered in the Giza Pyramids. The hieroglyphs appear to be the only humanoid hieroglyphs known. A tentative analysis suggests the hieroglyph might be an ancient representation of the Master of The Beast, or Geb (Gebeb), which has similarities to the Berber Goddess Tanit. A secondary image might be that of the Goddess Nuit “NT”. Continue reading

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