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Pyramids (and vulcanoes) One is made and operated by the forces of nature, and the other is the answer to the challenge of the nature. Pyramids were built to copy the vulcanoes and mountain peaks. They're multipurpose buildings. They could have been used as geographic marker points, religious sites, astronomical survey points, burial sites and energy amplifiers. Without doubt the pyramids could be considered as the symbol of quaility, endurance, longevity and harmony. They are great and yet simple buildings. But their simplicity requires the highest level of construction skills, what human beings can develop. Beside the quality of their construction, their site selection were also carried out with the outmost care and precision. They've been embedded into the nature's own 'pyramid' network and fully integrated into the built enviroment. They've been tuned towards mountains and other great buildings and cities alike. On the top of it, their planners didn't forget about the galaxy. To understand the logic behind the site selection and planning process we've to accept certain facts even if it's disputed and/or refused by the mainstream 'historians'. The first point is that the Earth was very well known (all earthly parameters and its position in the Galaxy) to those who planned the pyramids or other great buldings. Without this knowledge pyramids couldn't had been built. The second is that the measurments which was in use for sacred planning was equivalent to the metric system. This doesn't disclose the existance and use of local measurment systems. The third is that the practice of mathematics and the sacred geometry was on a very high level and latter was used in all cases combined with sacred numerology during the planning process.The fourth is that inferior civilizations cannot 'produce' superior buildings. Simple minded hunter-gatherers equipped with 'flint-tools' couldn't have been able to create magnificent buildings all over the world. The fifth is that the knowledge-base was universal and demonstrated through the high level of contsruction skills in five continents. Sacred numbers used in the planning process primarily came from 4 sources: – distance between the natural reference points (example) Examples: Africa's southern tip – Qomolangma 9969 km ( the 3 x 9 - 999 has its origin here) Africa's southern tip - India's southern tip 7777 km (number 77 is one of the most important of the sacred numbers) Mount Olympos – Mount Athos (Greece) 170 km (number 17 is also very important) Vesuvius – Valcamonica (valley of petroglyph's) 666 km (66 and 660 and numbers between 660-666 are the numbers of the Sun even it has other meaning today) Teufelberg (Berlin,Germany) – Dobogókő (Hungary) 666,66 km Vitosha (Bulgaria) – Etna (Italy) 885 km (88 and numbers between 884-888 ) Rainbow Bridge (Utah,USA) – Aneto (Spain) 8800 km Parnassos (Greece) - Vesuvius 747 km ( 737,747,757,767,787 ) – distance between natural reference points and mapping points (example) India's southern tip – Equator 891 km – height of mountains (examples) Qomolangma 8840 m ( the distance of 8840 km became a basic number in ancient mapping) Kuh-e Belqeys 3332 m (Iran)

– mathematics and sacred geometry All double and triple digit numbers (11,22,33,44,55,66,77,88,99,111,222,333 etc) Series of numbers (123, 234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789, 897 etc) Fibonacci series of numbers All numbers related to the circle and its equal division (360, 300, 270, 240, 180,120, 90, 60, 30, 48, 45, 20, 12, 6 etc ) Middle section of the number of circles (406, 456, 555, 654, 606) 5 and 15 and all combinations which are ending as 5 or 15 (456,555,654, 23,32, 2,355 etc.) 3, 6 and 9 and all combinations which are ending up as 3, 6 or 9 (432, 222, 111 etc.) 3,14 / 3,125 / 3,16 Metric system (examples) The following examples can prove beyond doubt that the metric system was known and used in sacred planning: Pazirik carpet - the knots are based on cm, size of the carpet : 3,6 m2, Number of knots : 3600 Marlborough twin circles (UK) – the diameter of 9588 metres and of 9570 metres has been selected and used to demonstrate the planners skills in sacred geomentry. Both numbers will have a role later on. Size of bricks in Moendjo-Daro 7,5 x 15 x 30 cm / 6,49 x 12,98 x 25,96 cm – These brick sizes allowed to carry out metric based sacred construction work : 100 : 15 = 6,666666 100: 30 = 3,33333 100 : 7,5 = 13,33333 / 100 : 12,98 = 7,70 Measurment of the city of Dholavira : 617 m + 771 m = 1388 x 2 = 2776 m Distance of Dholavira from India's southern tip : 1916 km (2776-1916 = 860) Distance of Dholavira from India's Equatorial reference point: 2759 km (2776-2759 = 17) 877 Distance of Dholavira from Qomolangma : 1733 km (2776-1733 = 1043) Distance of Dholavira from the 5 God's Plateau (Altay) 3203 km (2776-3203 = - 427) 9611 616 Qomolongma 8840 – 1733 = 7107 (771 is mixed here) 1733 = 17+33 = 50 561:50= 11.22

17*33= 561 561-50= 511 561+50= 611 611-511 = 100 611+511= 1122 1122-100= 1022 10 * 22 = 220 etc.

9611-9588 = 23 = 2+3 = 5 9611-9570 = 41 = 4+1 = 5 9588 and 9570 have its roots in Egypt. As you can see there's a strong relationship between the metric system, the Earth parameters and actual city planning several thousand years ago.Whoever designed Dholavira and all other Indus Valley cities had the ability to measure the distance between any geographical point in the earth, did have the knowledge about the highest mountain and of its height and used sacred geometry and numerology.

The Pyramid of Sun in Bosnia-Herczegovina was planned with the same care and was fully embedded in the environment (both natural and man made). The pyramid lies on the Elbrus – Atlantis* line. The length of the line is 5848 km. Pyramid - Elbrus: 1949 km 5848: 1949= 3 The pyramid is the marker point of the first 33,333333 % or 1/3 of the line's length from the Elbrus. Heigth of Elbrus: 5642 m 5848-5642= 206 206+15 (number of creation) = 221 This supports the heigth of 221 meters. The same is true for the Mount Ararat – Pyramid distance. It is 2211 kms. The Elbrus-Atlantis line is pretty important in the history and prehistory. The following cultures were present in different times along this line: Cernavoda , Vinca , Illirian, Etrusc, Iberian. The most important prehistoric site along the line is the Cromlech des Almandores in Portugal. This cromlech also serves as the base point for the Atlantis triangle. The 1949 km distance on the other hand leads to the Saqqara pyramid range from the Pyramid of the Sun. The following European mountains definetly played a role by the site selection and planning beside the Elbrus : Vitosha (Bulgaria) 443 km , Monte Velino (Italy) 440 km , Concarena (Italy) (661 km), Mount Athos (663 km) and Olympos (553 km) , Kékes, Hungary (455 km), Teufelberg, Germany (1014 km). The closest ally of the pyramid is the Monte Velino with 440 km and the Vitosha with 443 km. Probably the pyramid was copied of the peak of the Monte Velino.

* Atlantis is considered to be there where Google Ocean is showing it.

The Vitosha – Pyramid – Monte Velino triangle (black line) has a total length of 1700 km.

Not only mountains but the rivers were also considered by the planning. The Danube played an important role. The Black Forest – Danube delta (Black Sea) – Pyramid triangle (yellow) makes up3488 km. The pyramid lies 899 km from the furthest spring of the Danube and 919 km from the Danube's estuary.

As said before primarily the pyramids were the mankind's answer to the challenge of the vulcanoes. The Vesuvius lies 466 km from the pyramid. The Etna – Pyramid – Olot Vulcanic Field (Spain) triangle has a total of 3223 kms. 32+23 makes up 55. The heigth of the Etna is 3323 meters. The Haruj vulcanic field in Lybia at 182 degrees south is probably the most important for the Pyramid of the Sun. The southern edge of the vulcanic field lies 1949 km from the pyramid. The distance is the same as the Elbrus-Pyramid distance. The Calatrava vulcanic field in Spain also falls into the distance range of Hajur vulcanic field-Pyramid. From the man-made side the distance of Göbekli Tepe and the Giza-Saqqara pyramid range are identical with the Hajur – Pyramid distance range.

Pyramids (and volcanoes)  
Pyramids (and volcanoes)  

Title: Pyramids (and volcanoes) Author: Janos Dinyesi