Prehistoric Science – Complex Mathematics Encoded in Art and Artifacts

 Ancient Egypt

Construction of the Ground Plan of the Great Giza Pyramids from a Clean Slate

 Since 1883, the year Sir William Flinders Petrie published his geodetic survey of the three great Giza Pyramids, the data has been analyzed for geometric, and numeric significance. To show that the three pyramids are parts of the same plan, there have been attempts to generate the layout of the three from pure ideas. By and large, Giza abounds with inspiring relationships. But, to safely pin ideas on the designers, those have to be built in with compelling accuracy. There are many examples showcasing the knack of Giza builders for accuracy, setting high standards for us.   This study presents a method of replicating the site plan of the three pyramids exactly to Petrie's specifications after the results, like those of Petrie, are rounded to the nearest tenth of an inch (2.54 millimeters). On average, my reconstruction differs from Petrie by just a little over a quarter millimeter, so there is plenty of room to spare and still be on the mark.  Usage of Sacred Geometry would seem most appropriate for the sacred grounds of Giza. This study complies beautifully, the elegant Golden Section is the leading leitmotif . How glad will the skeptically leaning academy be to hear of this? Not very, I suspect.                                 There are several versions of the above columns of the widths W-Z and A-B. Their substitution for one another is instrumental in establishing the exact position of the Great Pyramid, and the center of the Second Pyramid.    Proof that Giza's Groundplan is 15,000  years  old If the ground plan of Giza is 15,000 years old, how old are the pyramids themselves? Giza Pyramid temples & the Golden Section The pyramid temples are conspicuous by the inordinate quantity of golden rectangles in their layout. This article is content to establish the fact, and goes no deeper.             Hesire's engraving & the Golden Section               This case is really simple. The rods, which Hesire holds in his hands are key to the solution of the layout. The Golden Section is definitely involved.
The Nazca Monkey Report - The Seal of Atlantis
 14,000 – 2,000 years ago – Nazca Lines, Peru - Someone had profound knowledge of Mathematics, and a method of encoding exact ideas into Art The mystery deepens, when we observe how the giant ground drawing of a monkey from Nazca, Peru is identical to the Athena Engraving in that it uses the same starting configuration, and encoding system. What emanates from our seemingly primitive subjects of study is abstract and elaborate scientific thought - enough evidence in fact, to force the conclusion that the creators of La Marche, and Nazca were part of the same agency. It appears that they worked on the same project - to provide legacy spanning the Old and the New Worlds across the gulf of millenia. A stone tablet from Stone-Age France, and a prehistoric glyph from a sun-baked desert in Peru share one original template. This is a unique geometrical figure, which seals the issue of existence of an advanced prehistoric agency. For want of a better candidate civilization from prehistory, I dubbed it "the Seal of Atlantis". Honestly, trying to present a hypothesis on the identity of this Agency would be mere speculation, although one thing is obvious, the longevity, and omnipresence of the Agency from at least 14,000 BP until at least 2,500 BP (pyramids), or even later, should Nazca Lines date into the first millenium AD. Considering the potential influence of the Agency bearing upon the modern times, perhaps, it might be a good idea to learn how to read the ancient code. Its importance may be of cosmic proportions..                    This configuration, the Cone & Square seems to be terribly important at Nazca, as well as La Marche. Note that there is some resemblance to the masonic Square & Compasses...                          Interesting art - an eye of a monkey, a sol spinning off balls of fire... Did I author it? Absolutely not! Whoever did the Nazca monkey, must have had this on the drawing board once, as well.                         Nazca - Giza connection The glyph of the monkey is much simpler than the Athena engraving. One of its major functions is to induce the abstraction in the mind of a qualified observer of the one method out of many of constructing the regular 5-pointed star which also forms the foundation of the ground plan of the Giza pyramids.

 Baalbek, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon If the image seems too big for this page, look again. It is not nearly big enough. The panoramic view does not even span the Trilithon, the three blocks of stone in a row on the west-side of the Baalbek Terrace. They are in a class of their own, by far the heaviest stones ever transported on this Earth - Super-cyclopean, Hyper-colossal, Über-duper, or a term of your own, take a pick. The block on the right steadies the Jupiter's temple. The temple looks Roman, the platform looms alien. We fffxzknow that Romans built the temple, but archaeological opinion also credits the blocks to Roman achievements. Yet, there are some hefty reasons, and some very small, but telling details, which put the orthodox academic platform on shaky ground. The blocks must be thousands of years older. Is the technology of the prehistoric agency which left us La Marche engravings, and Nazca Lines behind their anomalous existence? The biggest stone ever moved?  _ the Thunder Stone - From 1,500 tons down to 400 Unlike Russians in the second half of the 18th century, Romans and their predecessors supposedly did not use ball-bearings, steel rails, and metal sledges. Those things are all benefits of technology. The Headless Venuses Another La Marche engraving. It is known as one of strange La Marche engravings of headless obese females. Of course, the strangeness is due to the perception being utterly wrong. There are so many other things to look at. The obese woman without a head is an illusion. Below: A couple of impressions from another La Marche engraving.

 The Oldest Image of a Horseman?

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A cut-out from an image on a wall at Les Trois Fréres, France,
also dating back to the Magdalenian period of the Old Stone Age.

 World's Oldest Image of a Gunfighter?

Stéphane Lwoff was under the impression that this guy was dancing. I took the liberty of re-orienting his drawing,

and suddenly, the stance looked natural, what with the figure's feet firmly planted on the ground.

The well known authority, Manu Seyfzadeh MD, PhD attacks my theory

Interesting discussion on Graham Hancock's Mysteries boardManu has it all wrong

 The Face on Mars & the Golden Section The overall shape of the famous 'Face on Mars' in terms of geometry is a stack of three Golden Rectangles.               I stand by this result, whether it is an accident of nature, or not, the formal coincidence is there.. It's not complex enough, however, to warrant a jump to conclusions about its artificiality.                For reader's amusement, and mine as well, another face on Mars appears to facsimilate my high-school grad picture. This is quite a grand illusion, as 'pareidolia' goes. Strangely, the timing of my findings had coincided with the nearest approach of Mars to Earth in decades ☺  Abydoská helikoptéra & Zlatý řez  ( Czech version of the above article)

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