The Great Pyramid - Part Two

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Continued from page 1

Iesa also can be shown in Zeus and Hijaz or even Giza or Gizeh when you understandrepparttar aspirant 'H' which still allows people to pronounce Jesus as Hey-soos or Julio as Who-lio. The lack of ‘J’ in most pre-Christian alphabets is important and we can learn a lot about words when we take outrepparttar 122216 vowels and look for doubling or reversing consonants. I think doubling shows a removal fromrepparttar 122217 original so we see Bible and Babel and Byblos are all from BL or Bel and Ba’al whose city or ‘bek’ is very ancient indeed.

So a Jew includes all those noble arch-tectons (see Septuagint) who builtrepparttar 122218 Pyramid - that means all elites. And elites have been known to use their FLOCK as sword or cannon fodder. Hitler learned about this ancient culture of Wotan, Iesa,repparttar 122219 Vaner andrepparttar 122220 Gaedhils who arerepparttar 122221 builders ofrepparttar 122222 Pyramid in pre-Hyksos time.

“Conor Newman, an archaeology lecturer atrepparttar 122223 National University of Ireland at Galway, locatedrepparttar 122224 subterranean temple of Tara. Since 1992, Newman has been working onrepparttar 122225 Hill of Tara preparing a survey ofrepparttar 122226 area forrepparttar 122227 state-funded Discovery Program. He foundrepparttar 122228 Tara monument using an underground radar device. ‘It fills a very important place inrepparttar 122229 jigsaw because it allows us to make sense ofrepparttar 122230 distribution of other monuments all around it,’ says Newman.1

The Discovery Program, set up underrepparttar 122231 auspices ofrepparttar 122232 Heritage Council, carried out a survey ofrepparttar 122233 Hill of Tara between 1992 and 1996 when Mr. Newman was director.

When Mr. Newman moved to Galway he continued to be involved inrepparttar 122234 project. Using sophisticated technology, he and his team of experts mapped what was underground. Like Theseus, they seekrepparttar 122235 secrets ofrepparttar 122236 labyrinth-dwelling Mino-Taur,repparttar 122237 King of Tara. The work is slow and tedious, because it has yielded such a huge amount of information.

What they uncovered eventually atrepparttar 122238 crown ofrepparttar 122239 hill was a huge, oval-shaped monument measuring about 170 meters at its widest point. Around it are 300 postholes measuring two meters wide. Evidence indicates this `Crown' (tiara) of Tara was constructed through an enormous effort. 300 towering oak posts once surroundedrepparttar 122240 hill.

‘We think it probably dates from 2500 to 2300 BC and still had a big physical presence even afterrepparttar 122241 posts were taken out or rotted,’ Mr. Newman said.2

This isrepparttar 122242 approximate time of Abraham,repparttar 122243 "son of Terah" who becamerepparttar 122244 patriarch of Judaism, Christianity and Islam (the three religions atrepparttar 122245 root ofrepparttar 122246 holy War on Terror).

His "Oaks of Mamre" were well known and long revered.3 Credible evidence of them has never been discovered inrepparttar 122247 Holy Land. However, in Ireland clear evidence is found at Tara.

Legend says Abraham's oaks existed fromrepparttar 122248 beginning ofrepparttar 122249 world, and used to be green and bear leaves until his descendent Jesus died, when it and all sacred oaks were cut down.

Jesus (called Pan-Tara, `god of Tara') is known in ancient Irish history as Iessa, a name derived from I.A. or E.A. (pronounced Eye-a),repparttar 122250 Sumerian creator god who was portrayed wearing a fish suit. Lord Melchizedek,repparttar 122251 Pope-king of Jerusalem (Ire-u-salem) and forerunner of Christ who initiated Abraham and his wife, Sarah,4 is equated with E.A. The Irish called himrepparttar 122252 sun god Fin (an Irish name forrepparttar 122253 Sun), a pun on fish. The Irish are calledrepparttar 122254 Children ofrepparttar 122255 Sun, because in Egypt Ra,repparttar 122256 Ray orrepparttar 122257 Ra-Eye isrepparttar 122258 Sun. Ra's symbol is an eye. Hence,repparttar 122259 term Iris or Irish.

Fin (E.A.) presided overrepparttar 122260 Tara assembly, as a Druid in strangely flowered garments, and with a double-pointed head-dress and bearing in his hand a book. His two-headed miter of fishy form, his upright rod, spotted or checkered garment and basket in hand, are symbols that align him with E.A. His column (i, eye) or pillar of Tara is remembered asrepparttar 122261 Tree of Life of numerous traditions.” (2)

Are they intent on keeping us inrepparttar 122262 dark and treating us like mushrooms for some ulterior reason? Mushrooms thrive on manure but humans perform better when provided firsthand information rather than manipulative, trite and false statistics that compare us against others. We must authenticate authority and it must demonstrate a creative and loving purpose before we entitle it to lead us intorepparttar 122263 vast horizons of creative universe which aren’t (and never were) limited by some Malthusian economic model. They also aren't limited byrepparttar 122264 potential to destroy us, when you consider biotechnology, nanotechnology, mind-control, robots with human and other biological components as well asrepparttar 122265 usual greed and power needs of insecure deviates.

Columnist in The ES Press Magazine guest expert Author of Diverse Druids

The Great Pyramid of Iesa - Intro - Part One

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Continued from page 1

Taking this point, we can calculate Africa intorepparttar picturerepparttar 122215 same way. Africa is about 25%repparttar 122216 area of Eurasia andrepparttar 122217 Americas combined. Therefore,repparttar 122218 distance from Africa's geographic centre torepparttar 122219 Eurasia-Americas' centre will be divided into five equal parts (i.e.repparttar 122220 '4' represented by Eurasia-Americas, andrepparttar 122221 '1'(25%) represented by Africa's area). Marking off four of these five divisions towardsrepparttar 122222 Eurasia-Americas’ centre, since this centre represents a combined land mass four times as large as Africa, will yield a new point, which is geometric, in this case 'geographic', centre of Eurasia-Americas-Africa combined. If we continue this process withrepparttar 122223 remaining large and small land masses--Antarctica, Australia, Greenland, New Guinea, Java, Sumatra, etc. --we will eventually arrive at a 'centre ofrepparttar 122224 earth's land masses.' It will be as accurate as our method, plusrepparttar 122225 arbitrary inclusion of ever smaller islands, will make it.

A meticulous calculation of such a 'centre' will result in a point directly onrepparttar 122226 meridian (longitude) ofrepparttar 122227 Great Pyramid but 6' (minutes) south ofrepparttar 122228 Great Pyramid--but there's only sand in that location. The Giza Plateau isrepparttar 122229 first solid bedrock onrepparttar 122230 correct meridian {And Archaeology Magazine hadrepparttar 122231 temerity to suggestrepparttar 122232 builders were merely imitating natural landforms withrepparttar 122233 Sphinx and Pyramid in last months issue.}. It is 6' in error fromrepparttar 122234 true centre.

Sixty seconds of 101.3 English feet = l' (minute) of arc, 6080 feet onrepparttar 122235 equator = 1 nautical mile, whereas one 'common' or 'highway' ('statute') mile equals 5280 English feet. A nautical 'knot' is one nautical mile (6080 English feet) per hour of time; it is a unit of speed measurement, not of static distance.

Sixty minutes = 1 degree of arc, or 60 nautical miles atrepparttar 122236 equator. The Earth's equatorial circumference contains 360 degrees or 21,600 nautical miles = 24,872.73 common or statute miles.

All this sounds deceptively precise! In fact, of course, standardization ofrepparttar 122237 length ofrepparttar 122238 English foot, and therefore of seconds, minutes and degrees of arc, was not accomplished untilrepparttar 122239 1750s--andrepparttar 122240 size ofrepparttar 122241 Earth was not measured correctly at that time. Just asrepparttar 122242 French Academy made an error in fixingrepparttar 122243 length ofrepparttar 122244 metre, which was supposed to be one ten-millionth part ofrepparttar 122245 surface distance fromrepparttar 122246 Earth's equator to either pole, because they couldn't measurerepparttar 122247 Earth accurately, so alsorepparttar 122248 British Admiralty made inaccurate geographic measures. Nonetheless, these measures remain accurate enough for most practical purposes. Nowadays, units of measure are fixed by correlation to electromagnetic wave-lengths {Couldrepparttar 122249 ancients have been able to attune with Gaia's earth energy grid and send signals along it to recordrepparttar 122250 time taken for a bounce back or echo?}. Since 1966, for example,repparttar 122251 metre has been fixed as a division ofrepparttar 122252 wave-length of Krypton 86.

A glance atrepparttar 122253 U. S. A. F. 'Azimuthal Equidistant Projection' Map ofrepparttar 122254 world {see illustration in our illustrations section} will show that it is centred 'near Cairo'--i.e., atrepparttar 122255 centre ofrepparttar 122256 earth's land masses, as calculated above, and precisely onrepparttar 122257 meridian ofrepparttar 122258 Great Pyramid-- but 36,480 English feet south ofrepparttar 122259 Great Pyramid atrepparttar 122260 true centre, which falls in an area of sand. A property of Azimuthal Equidistant Projection is that a circle drawn around any given point will have a circumference incorporating points of geography that are truly equidistant fromrepparttar 122261 centre ofrepparttar 122262 circle--the airplane or ship. This is notrepparttar 122263 case with large-scale maps drawn onrepparttar 122264 common Mercator projection, which gives accurate longitudes and latitudes of all geography but must distortrepparttar 122265 polar regions in order to do so. It is also notrepparttar 122266 case withrepparttar 122267 Phillips projection, used byrepparttar 122268 UN, which showsrepparttar 122269 land area of countries in true proportion to each other but must distortrepparttar 122270 longitudes and latitudes nearrepparttar 122271 equator in order to do so. These distortions arise fromrepparttar 122272 problem of transferringrepparttar 122273 curved surface of a spherical Earth onto a flat piece of paper--the best that can be done is to know, and to choose,repparttar 122274 kind of distortion that best serves any given need. guest expert Author of Diverse Druids Columnist in The ES Press Magazine

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