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Stonehenge: A Moon Clock of the Ages?

Stonehenge in England is famous for its Saracen "Sarsen" Stone Circle. Why it was originally built after 2600 B.C. is difficult to prove but the sky probably played at role (Gerald S. Hawkins). But there is something about Stonehenge most people don't know and that is a ring of 56 holes named after John Aubrey…
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The m33w-wr Title: From Chief of Royal Works to Chief Astronomer

From: Cecil M. Firth and J. E. Quibell (1935). Excavations at Saqqara: The Step Pyramid. Volume II. Plates. Plate 58. The upright red rectangle shows the royal banner of Netjerjkhet (Djoser), and the name underlined in red is that of jm-htp, Imhotep. On the left, the title m33w-wr is framed in red. Marina Escolano-Poveda from…
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Howard Vyse Two Months after Breaking into the Relieving Chambers

During the two-month period of late March to early June, 1837 Howard Vyse blasted entries into the four unkown voids above the King Chamber in the Great Pyramid. On August 6, two months later, he wrote in a foot-note about a cartouche of Menkaure that it was not alike those of his predecessors Suphis I…
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A Synopsis of the New Paper: Major Geological Fissure through Prehistoric Lion Monument at Giza Inspired Split Lion Hieroglyphs and Ancient Egypt’s Creation Myth

In this paper, Robert Schoch and I searched for written evidence of a monumental lion statue at Giza. Here is what we found: At the very beginning of writing, over 5000 years ago, and seven centuries before the reigns of Khufu/Cheops, Khafre/Chephren, and Menkaure/Mycerinos, three symbols first appear depicting the front and back of a…
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The Number 41 and Giza Architecture

There was something about the number 41 at Giza during the Old Kingdom: The cemetery to the west of the Great Pyramid had 4 master-planned communities of the dead: G 1200, G 4000, G 2100, and the Cemetery en Echelon. While the G 4000 cemetery had 42 (not 41) mastabas next to the main mastaba…
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