Image of the Day - 15
The D&M Pyramid’s New Geometry: Part 2 / Monuments Zone / Cydonia Region / Mars
As we saw in Part 1 the Mars Odyssey spacecraft revealed that the main floor plan of the D&M Pyramid was different from the one seen by the Viking craft. Assuming that the five sided D&M is artificial, what is the most probable geometrical principle underlying the new floor plan? Cydonia Quest used as its starting point a diagram of the D&M prepared by Dr. Mark Carlotto that that seems to match the pyramid we see pretty neatly. A slight alteration to this diagram reveals a D&M that is circumscribed by a square. That the highest point of the D&M is at the centre of this square. That the corners of the D&M are positioned to be one quarter of the way along the length of the sides of this square. (If the reader is viewing this on a wide screen monitor, then the square is likely to be distorted sideways into a rectangle). For more information click this "stargate" µµµ
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