The Great Pyramid of Iesa - Intro - Part One

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

We have been led to believe all manner of lies byrepparttar hellenizing Empires called ‘civilized’ as they have trashed those who colonized them. The ancients of many races builtrepparttar 122215 world andrepparttar 122216 technologies upon which these Empires have fed like carrion crows. The only thing that is Classical about History isrepparttar 122217 standard operating procedure of propaganda. It is a ‘classic’ fraud. I have done over thirty books withrepparttar 122218 primary purpose of makingrepparttar 122219 soul of man and life on earth a little less obfuscated by those who seek to enslave us or empower onlyrepparttar 122220 few in a Platonist hierarchy designed by Nobles. We are toldrepparttar 122221 Great Pyramid is built to honor Cheops and yet there is no evidence of that other than his cartouche outside withrepparttar 122222 reconstruction gang’s graffiti. In fact there is reason to doubt such a person ever existed just as we are seeing so many scholars come to know that Jesus is an amalgam at best. Butrepparttar 122223 concepts and living word of Jesus are alive and still seen inrepparttar 122224 Great Pyramid.

Sages like Pythagoras learned a great deal from this library in stone. But he did not learn all ofrepparttar 122225 secrets and I will not dare say I know them all either. True wisdom never was captured in words andrepparttar 122226 average ancient person did not even have a writing alphabet and often could not form allrepparttar 122227 vowels in their speech. Plato observedrepparttar 122228 advent of writing caused a decrease in disciplined learning.

There are many tragic stories inrepparttar 122229 course ofrepparttar 122230 designed deceit called history. There are many heroes who have keptrepparttar 122231 wisdom and symbology or triads thereof alive. The Great Pyramid does more than merely symbolizerepparttar 122232 connection of Heaven, Earth and Man. It is more than some Triune Nature of Man allegory or metaphor. It actually once functioned as a kind of machine; we shall see many good people are discovering more than this improbable possibility.

The Homeric scholars including Schliemann have found some things like Troy to proverepparttar 122233 myth was not all mere fiction. This continues torepparttar 122234 present day in even more fascinating ways due to satellite technology as well as a weakening grip of Biblical intrigues or religious suppression. Inrepparttar 122235 final analysis it is my sincere hope that people will become more spiritual and able to appreciate their religious icons were far more thanrepparttar 122236 interpreters who used their image and good works. I am ofrepparttar 122237 belief that when Homer wrote about ‘the underworld’ he was writing about North America and I know for certain that these people knewrepparttar 122238 earth was a sphere and had means to map and travel throughoutrepparttar 122239 whole world since long before Homer.

"Centre ofrepparttar 122240 Earth's Land Mass, etc.

This is an important concept and I will explain torepparttar 122241 best of my ability. It will be easier to appreciate somewhat betterrepparttar 122242 truly significant placement ofrepparttar 122243 Giza complex.

First let's consider two squares. One is 100 square units (miles, kilometres, or whatever) in area,repparttar 122244 other twice as large, 200 square units in area.

{He illustrates two squares with pyramids on top from an overhead perspective with a line connectingrepparttar 122245 centre points or apex ofrepparttar 122246 pyramids. Underrepparttar 122247 smaller square are 10 units and underrepparttar 122248 larger square isrepparttar 122249 figure 14.85 units. The 100 and 200 unit figures as mentioned are further repeated further under these two squares.}

We will find their respective centres by drawing diagonals. Whererepparttar 122250 diagonals intersect isrepparttar 122251 centre of each square. Together, these squares represent three units ofrepparttar 122252 largest common denominator--100 square miles. So we'll draw a line, divided equally into three parts, betweenrepparttar 122253 centres ofrepparttar 122254 two squares. Since one square is twicerepparttar 122255 size ofrepparttar 122256 other, we will mark off two ofrepparttar 122257 equal parts towardsrepparttar 122258 larger square. This isrepparttar 122259 centre of their combined areas, given their distance apart. If they were closer together, or further apart,repparttar 122260 point would fall elsewhere. Please note that this point is aboverepparttar 122261 centre ofrepparttar 122262 small square but belowrepparttar 122263 centre ofrepparttar 122264 larger one. It is a true geometric centre ofrepparttar 122265 two areas that are separated by this given and arbitrary distance.

It is possible to ascertainrepparttar 122266 area of an irregular shape, although it is much more difficult to do than using squares.

The largest continent, Eurasia, happens to be about twicerepparttar 122267 land area ofrepparttar 122268 American continents. These continents are separated by oceans. One can dividerepparttar 122269 separation into three equal parts, just as above, and findrepparttar 122270 'centre of these two land masses.'

You're Probably Going To Die From This

Written by John Cali

You’re Probably Going To Die From This John Cali

This week we’re continuing our theme from last week: your physical body and its well-being.

A few days ago, I had a long talk with my cousin. We’re exactlyrepparttar same age, and we grew up next door to each other in rural western New York State. We’ve always had a close, loving sister-brother-type relationship.

She was telling me about a recent health crisis her daughter had -- she’d been diagnosed with a deadly tumor.

Afterrepparttar 122214 operation, her surgeon told her he’d gotten all ofrepparttar 122215 tumor out, andrepparttar 122216 prognosis was excellent. If he hadn’t gotten it all out, he continued, her life expectancy would have been about two years. And it could have been a horribly painful death. She’s still a relatively young woman -- about 40, and this would not have been good news for one that young.

So she wasn’t going to die after all -- at least not right now, or soon. Thenrepparttar 122217 good doctor made an ominous remark. Some day, he said, “You’re probably going to die from this anyway.”

Now I’m sure this man, a surgeon who practices his trade in one ofrepparttar 122218 most well-regarded medical facilities inrepparttar 122219 world, is competent and was well-intended in his remarks to his patient. After all, he’s a healer.

But to instill in a patient’s mind that she is probably going to die a horribly painful death is, to me, an abdication of his responsibility as a doctor and a healer.

Chief Joseph

One ofrepparttar 122220 greatest challenges many humans have is dealing with their physical bodies. Your bodies are magnificent mechanisms -- truly magical beyond any of your wildest imaginings.

The intricate processes your bodies undertake every single second of your physical life are truly magical. Your bodies -- every part, organ, and system -- every cell, molecule, and atom -- know how to do their jobs, and how to do them perfectly.

It would truly boggle your mind if you could see all these delicate, intricate inner workings of your physical bodies. Your bodies need no direction from you. In fact, they do very well without you.

They know instinctively how they should be operating. And they know their natural state is that of well-being, of perfect health.

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