## The Great Pyramid of Iesa - Intro - Part One

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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Taking this point, we can calculate Africa into picture same way. Africa is about 25% area of Eurasia and Americas combined. Therefore, distance from Africa's geographic centre to Eurasia-Americas' centre will be divided into five equal parts (i.e. '4' represented by Eurasia-Americas, and '1'(25%) represented by Africa's area). Marking off four of these five divisions towards 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 with remaining large and small land masses--Antarctica, Australia, Greenland, New Guinea, Java, Sumatra, etc. --we will eventually arrive at a 'centre of earth's land masses.' It will be as accurate as our method, plus arbitrary inclusion of ever smaller islands, will make it.

A meticulous calculation of such a 'centre' will result in a point directly on meridian (longitude) of Great Pyramid but 6' (minutes) south of Great Pyramid--but there's only sand in that location. The Giza Plateau is first solid bedrock on correct meridian {And Archaeology Magazine had temerity to suggest builders were merely imitating natural landforms with Sphinx and Pyramid in last months issue.}. It is 6' in error from true centre.

Sixty seconds of 101.3 English feet = l' (minute) of arc, 6080 feet on 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 at 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 of length of English foot, and therefore of seconds, minutes and degrees of arc, was not accomplished until 1750s--and size of Earth was not measured correctly at that time. Just as French Academy made an error in fixing length of metre, which was supposed to be one ten-millionth part of surface distance from Earth's equator to either pole, because they couldn't measure Earth accurately, so also 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 {Could ancients have been able to attune with Gaia's earth energy grid and send signals along it to record time taken for a bounce back or echo?}. Since 1966, for example, metre has been fixed as a division of wave-length of Krypton 86.

A glance at U. S. A. F. 'Azimuthal Equidistant Projection' Map of world {see illustration in our illustrations section} will show that it is centred 'near Cairo'--i.e., at centre of earth's land masses, as calculated above, and precisely on meridian of Great Pyramid-- but 36,480 English feet south of Great Pyramid at 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 from centre of circle--the airplane or ship. This is not case with large-scale maps drawn on common Mercator projection, which gives accurate longitudes and latitudes of all geography but must distort polar regions in order to do so. It is also not case with Phillips projection, used by UN, which shows land area of countries in true proportion to each other but must distort longitudes and latitudes near equator in order to do so. These distortions arise from problem of transferring curved surface of a spherical Earth onto a flat piece of paper--the best that can be done is to know, and to choose, kind of distortion that best serves any given need.

World-Mysteries.com guest expert Author of Diverse Druids Columnist in The ES Press Magazine

## You're Probably Going To Die From This

Written by John Cali

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And so, Joseph, you might ask, how does it happen that so many human bodies are afflicted with all these deadly dis-eases and disasters? And how does it happen that virtually all human bodies die of dis-ease if they live long enough?

Well, friends, dis-ease is not caused by your bodies not doing their jobs. Which is to maintain a state of balance, equilibrium, health. Your bodies know how to do that very well.

And so if you pay too much attention to all “news” out there, you’re not doing yourselves or your bodies any favors.

An excellent example of that is your yearly outbreak of flu. It happens like clockwork, as you say. And this year there’s been a much publicized concern over not having enough flu vaccine to go around.

Immerse yourselves enough in that mindset, that vibration, and you’re almost certainly going to get flu. There are, however, those among you (and John is an example) who pay no attention to such matters -- and who never or rarely get flu.

If you truly believe your bodies are weak and vulnerable to whatever germ, bug, or virus that comes along, then you weaken your bodies’ natural instincts and their abilities to maintain a state of perfect health.

And if you get someone in a position of authority, like a physician, telling you you’re likely to die from this or that, and you hold that belief, you’re probably going to die from this or that.

But it need not be that way. You create your reality, including your physical health and manner of your departure from this life.

So it behooves you to assist your body in doing what it does so well -- that is, maintaining a state of perfect health. And you can best do that by staying out of way. And by trusting your body to create and re-create itself in perfect balance every moment of your physical life, from birth to death.

Trust is key here.