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Speaking today with a friend of mine who had just read for the first time the ancient mapping by precession rate finding explained simply in article #2  http://iceagecivilizations.com, she rightly maintains that certainly the geometric method’s remarkable simplicity with ‘though its great precision made it obviously quite practical in the ancient world for everyday use in the sure determination for instance of the dimensions and true north alignment for the Great Pyramid of Giza, having enabled the ancient navigators to determine distance and direcction by the stars, so knowing where they were on earth in relationship to from where they had come, which enabled the source maps for the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood), a mystery to academics who don’t yet know how they did it.

Napolean’s meter length measure was (is) earth commensurate too, as was the ancient cubit and olympic foot (of 12.16 modern inches), but the time measure for the meter of Napolean’s day was by the transit time of the sun with Harrison’s Chronometer (developed fifty years previously), not measured by the precession rate of the earth’s axis as were the egyptian cubit and olympic foot, yet Napolean chose the meter length which is the diameter of a circle of 12 cubits’ circumference length, perhaps paying homage to the zodiac system of 12 sun houses, however, all based upon the measure by humans of the intelligent design of the creator God, clearly a benevolent creator by his design.  Read more about ancient biblical history here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, to see that bibical history actually makes alot of sense.

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