Thursday, August 12, 2004

Ancient Geodetic Measure - Russia - Egypt - Mycenae

Ancient Geodetic Measure - Russia - Egypt - Mycenae

Tompkins writes of an ancient geodetic measure and has many references to it. Below are some I have selected:


(next to this gate is a so-called "Grave Circle" of stone blocks
arranged in a circle)

Tompkins writes (p. 353):
"...the relief consists of a column between two facing lions. The column is sandwiched between two sets of parallel horizontal lines. At the bottom the column rests on a support on which three parallel lines are strongly marked. These three lines are the same three lines which occur in the hieroglyphic symbol for Southern Egypt; they represent the tropic of Cancer". The column represents the three basic meridians of Egypt...."


Tompkins writes further about the three meridians (p. 346):

Beginning from [a] base line [a line identified by Tompkins at ca. 45 degrees along the north side of the Black Sea from the mouth of the Danube, across Crimea to the foot of the Caucasus], Russia was surveyed [in ancient days] for a length of 10 degrees, along the three meridians which formed the three axes of Egypt, up to a latitude [of what Tompkins says is ca. 55 degrees but which we know from the megalithic site on the White Sea to extend to near the Arctic Circle]. The River Dnieper was understood to be a symmetric counterpart of the Nile, running between the same meridians. Key positions along the course of the Dnieper were identified with corresponding key positions along the course of the Nile, up to the point of transferring Egyptian place names to Russia [note by AK - this process is in my opinion actually the reverse]. The information about the existence of this geodetic system is provided by the description of a map of Russia which is based on it. The description of the map indicates that it was used at the end of the sixth century B.C., but the map may be older; in any case there are other sources of information about the base line which indicate that it was marked in very early times."

This all supports my view that the Great Pyramid is at a key
position in an ancient geodetic system which preceded the pyramids,
but which we find around the world in the megaliths.


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