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This presentation will demonstrate how the Great Sphinx at Giza indicates the date ca.16,940 BCE. © Scott Creighton 2006-2014.

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1 This presentation will demonstrate how the Great Sphinx at Giza indicates the date ca.16,940 BCE. © Scott Creighton

2 23,410 BCE G1 G2 G3

3 23,410 BCE G1 G2 G3 Main Giza Pyramids

4 23,410 BCE G1 G2 G3 Pendulum

5 23,410 BCE Orion’s Belt Max Culmination (Rising) G1 G2 G3

6 23,410 BCE G1 G2 G3

7 Orion’s Belt Min Culmination (Setting) G1 G2 G3

8 G1 G2 G3

9 Orion’s Belt Precession Timeline (12,960 yrs) G3

10 Giza Precession Timeline (‘Lehner Line’) G3 Orion’s Belt Precession Timeline (12,960 yrs)

11 G3

12 23,410 BCE Orion’s Belt 23,410 BCE Max Culmination Rising G3

13 20,450 BCE G3

14 18,450 BCE G3

15 16,940 BCE Sphinx aligned to timeline midpoint at 16,940 BCE G3

16 14,450 BCE G3

17 12,450 BCE G3

18 10,450 BCE Min Culmination Setting G3

19 10,450 BCE G3

20 8,450 BCE G3

21 6,450 BCE G3

22 3,980 BCE Sphinx aligned to timeline midpoint at 3,980 BCE G3

23 2,450 BCE G3

24 450 CE G3

25 2,500 CE Max Culmination Rising G3

26 2,500 CE Max Culmination Rising G3

27 The Giza-Orion Timeline operates like a simple pendulum

28 12:00 am Pendulum

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31 6:00 am Pendulum

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34 12:00 pm Pendulum

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37 6:00 pm Pendulum

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40 12:00 am Pendulum

41 ?? What’s the time? 6:00 am or 6:00 pm? 12:00 am12:00 pm

42 Without knowing the direction of the swing we cannot tell. 12:00 am12:00 pm ?? What’s the time? 6:00 am or 6:00 pm?

43 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) What’s the date marked by the Sphinx? 16,940 BCE (6:00 am) or 3,980 BCE (6:00 pm)? Sphinx

44 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) Without knowing the direction of the initial ‘swing’ we cannot tell if the Sphinx marks 3,980 or 16,940 BCE. Sphinx

45 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) We need something in the design that indicates the direction of the initial swing. Sphinx

46 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) Was the initial direction from G1 to G3? Sphinx G1 G3

47 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) Was the initial direction from G1 to G3? If from G1 to G3 then the Sphinx marks the date 16,940 BCE. Sphinx G1 G3

48 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) Sphinx Or was the initial direction from G3 to G1? G1 G3

49 23,410 BCE (12:00 pm) 2,500 CE 10,460 BCE (12:00 am) Sphinx Or was the initial direction from G3 to G1? If from G3 to G1 then the Sphinx marks the date 3,980 BCE. G1 G3

50 Is there anything in the pyramid design that might indicate the direction of the initial (outward) swing of the ‘Precession Pendulum’?

51 Is there anything in the pyramid design that might indicate the direction of the initial (outward) swing of the ‘Precession Pendulum’? There is a possibility.

52 One of the truly remarkable features of the Giza Pyramids is that their relative proportions can be re-created in a simple, systematic fashion utilising the Orion Belt Stars as the underlying design template.

53 One of the truly remarkable features of the Giza Pyramids is that their relative proportions can be re-created in a simple, systematic fashion utilising the Orion Belt Stars as the underlying design template. This is called the ‘Giza-Orion Geo-Stellar Fingerprint’

54 One of the truly remarkable features of the Giza Pyramids is that their relative proportions can be re-created in a simple, systematic fashion utilising the Orion Belt Stars as the underlying design template. This is called the ‘Giza-Orion Geo-Stellar Fingerprint’ For any set of three non-linear points (stars), two quite different geo-stellar fingerprints can be created and these are dependent upon which end of the three points we choose to begin the design.

55 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 Al Nitak (G1) Al Nilam (G2) Mintaka (G3) Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Al Nitak (G1) Al Nilam (G2) Mintaka (G3)

56 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Start point G1/Al Nitak (Max Culm) Start point G3/Mintaka (Min Culm) Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

57 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

58 L1a Place line from Al Nitak to Al Nilam – L1a. Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 L1a Place line from Mintaka to Al Nilam – L1a.

59 L1a L1 Double L1a to give L1. Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 L1a L1

60 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

61 L2a From endpoint of L1, place line to Mintaka. L2a. L1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 L2a From endpoint of L1, place line to Al Nitak. L2a.

62 L2a L2 Double L2a to give L2. Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 L2a L2

63 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L2 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

64 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Box L2 Diagonal Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

65 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Box L2 Diagonal Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

66 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Box L2 Diagonal Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

67 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Box L2 Diagonal Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

68 B1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 B1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

69 Duplicate B1 to give B1a B1a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 B1a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

70 Duplicate L1 & place thru diagonal of B1a to give L3. L3 B1a L1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L1 B1a L3 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

71 L3 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L3 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

72 From midpoint of L3, place line to L1. L4a. L1 L3 L4a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L1 L3 L4a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

73 L4 Double L4a to give L4. L4a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L4a L4 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

74 Box L4 Diagonal L4 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

75 From endpoint of L3, place line to L1. L5a. L3 L1 L5a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L1 L5a L3 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

76 Double L5a to give L5. L5 L5a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L5 L5a Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

77 Box L5 Diagonal L5 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 L5 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

78 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3

79 Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G3 to G1 Direction of Design Orion’s Belt Geo-Stellar Fingerprint from G1 to G3 Direction of Design

80 We can see that by commencing the geo-stellar fingerprint from G1 (max culmination) towards G3 we find that the proportions of the resulting bases matches the actual Gizamids to a very high degree.

81 We can see that by commencing the geo-stellar fingerprint from G1 (max culmination) towards G3 we find that the proportions of the resulting bases matches the actual Gizamids to a very high degree. Conversely, by commencing the geo-stellar fingerprint from G3 towards G1 the resulting bases in no way correspond to the actual main Giza pyramids.

82 We can see that by commencing the geo-stellar fingerprint from G1 (max culmination) towards G3 we find that the proportions of the resulting bases matches the actual Gizamids to a very high degree. Conversely, by commencing the geo-stellar fingerprint from G3 towards G1 the resulting bases in no way correspond to the actual main Giza pyramids. In other words, the only way to achieve a correspondence with the Giza pyramids is to start the design at G1 (max culmination). This implies that the direction of the ‘precession pendulum’ outward swing is from G1 (23,410 BCE) towards G3 (10,460 BCE). As such, the Sphinx bisects the precession timeline at the date ca.16,940 BCE (and not ca.3,980 BCE).

83 Conclusion The Sphinx & Pyramids Mark the Date ca.16,940 BCE

84 Conclusion The Sphinx & Pyramids Mark the Date ca.16,940 BCE THE END


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