Sunday, September 28, 2008

A Researcher Believes That He has Unlocked The Secret To The Technology Of Ancient Egypt

A researcher believes that he has found the key that will unlock ancient Egypt’s advanced scientific knowledge for us.

Researcher Edward Nightingale believes that he has unraveled the most famous of ancient Egyptian riddles, and he believes that his discovery has uncovered a collection of advanced mathematical principles that could fundamentally change our understanding of matter and of the universe.

The following is an abstract of Nightingale's paper:


"Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler."

Albert Einstein

The geometry used in the layout of the Giza Plateau encompassing the nine pyramids, temples, causeways and Sphinx has been discovered. Based on the simple proportions of a circle, dividing the diameter by ¼, 1/3 and ½ then dividing these diameters and radii by factors of nine one is able to place and explain the geometrical reasons for proportion and placement of all elements. Assigning a factor of 1 to the Pyramid of Khafre, plotting out the geometry using AutoCAD in full scale, renders a circle diameter of 6,345 ft. or 1.2 miles. After plotting, then overlaying the geometry to aerial photographs and survey maps result in a near perfect match. The implications of this data will have an effect on many different areas of research and study. Musical proportions, sophisticated mathematics and a celestial clock may be found encoded in The Giza Template. If these studies are confirmed they should lead to a new approach to the Egyptian architectural and artistic accomplishment.

"If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe."

Nicola Tesla

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