Re: pyramids vary in slope (listed)
ForeRunner John (email@example.com)
Sun, 12 Jan 1997 15:02:46 +0000
Dean Pokotylo wrote:
> The Great Pyramids angle of slope is 52 degrees (based upon the 360
> degree sphere (two dimensional for angular measurement). From base to
> the zenith.
My calculator says 7x 52 = 364
neither 365 nor 360.
Further, the pyramid is 52 degrees and 52 mintues
almost 53 degrees. The pyramid is a 4:1 ratio of PI
just as other pyramids are a 3:1 ratio of PI (43 degrees).
It is the Big Dipper (the god Seth according to Krupp),
whose north upper cilmination is 43-52 degrees.
Some claim this came from Mesopotamia as Sutekh.
If this is so, I suggest it represents a view of the Big Dipper
from a point south looking north over Ararat, and replaced by
artificial mountains (ziggurats) in Mesopotamia.
If anybody wants a list of these slopes and what book they are found in,
please post your request in alt.archaeology and I will email them to you.
A voice crying out and going unheard,
(40 years Oct 7) Nehemiah's (9:1) 50th JUBILEE of Tishri 24
God's 1000 years has begun Sep 14 of 1996.
The 144,000 will rule before this first year ENDS.
Discover the world's true chronology thru the Bible at