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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby macausland » 6:52 pm

Here are a couple of weird links to Carl Munck which relate to ancient monuments and physical geography. As well as mathematics and a trip to Mars.

His main idea is that these monuments contain a mathematical encoding that fix them in terms of longitude and latitude as well as each other through repeated mathematical formluae and measurement.

I failed 'O' level maths with flying colours so it looks clever to me. I'll leave it to the experts to decide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw9lTB0hTNU

This is a video from about 1993 and is quite long in several sections with backdrops worthy of Crossroads at its finest.

http://www.pyramidmatrix.com/index.htm

This is the website of the man himself with various written explanations and links.
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby Mick Harper » 6:57 pm

Very nice, I'm sure but we are looking for 'straight' sites. I don't suppose you lot know what they are.
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby macausland » 8:04 pm

Not very 'gay'?
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby Boreades » 9:31 pm

Mick Harper wrote:What a weird forum.


Because they physically crawl down holes in the ground?
Whereas we stay clean and only do it metaphorically?
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby Boreades » 9:40 pm

Mick Harper wrote:Very nice, I'm sure but we are looking for 'straight' sites. I don't suppose you lot know what they are.


S'funny you should say that - I was just researching the Lesbian Ley Lines website.
(aka Earth Mothers United)
It was very revealing.
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby Mick Harper » 1:14 am

I have started on friend Munck. Quite interesting thus far.
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby spiral » 8:07 am

Mick Harper wrote:What a weird forum. Which reminds me, we need slightly out-of-the-mainstream forums that deal with physical geography, climatology, hydrology, hydrography, deserts ... stuff like that. Let us know of any you've come across (and whether you are a member or not). Either stick it here, or e-mail me or Hatty.


A picture is worth a thousand words.

http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2162306

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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby macausland » 10:18 am

Our favourite organ has published an article about Stonehenge and the findings of Professor Vince Gaffney and an Austrian research team regarding what lies underneath the complex.

It comes with a helpful moving picture of modern hunter gatherers at the site performing their traditional jumping up and down dance, with drums.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... round.html

They seem to have found another fifteen structures underground. A fuller article is to be found at the Smithsonian site where three pages with photos are devoted to the topic. The good prof waxes lyrical about 'the Jerusalem Effect' which must be exciting for the archaeologists. Perhaps it means they bang their heads against the stones while muttering incantations to the ancient gods.

He still doesn't seem to know what it was all for but he is very enthusiastic. And uses big words like 'cathedralesque' and the like.

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w ... he=&page=1

I thought I would add this as an example of straightness to balance the previous weirdness.

Although sometimes straightness seems to be weirder than weirdness. The idea of men actually carrying the bluestones from 'North Wales' (sic) seems weird and Pythonesque if not Cathedralesque.
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby Boreades » 11:07 pm

macausland wrote:...Carl Munck... http://www.pyramidmatrix.com/index.htm

This is the website of the man himself with various written explanations and links.


Seems to have disappeared?

But this might be saying the same?

http://www.greatdreams.com/gem1.htm
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Re: Reverse engineering

Postby hvered » 10:10 am

Has anyone drawn a 'meridian' at longitude 1.49 degrees or whatever it is? It'd be interesting to have a map showing where the line went, which places and coastlines it went through.
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