Thursday, June 25, 2015

All the numbers and Angkor Wat

Ankor wat
Nico Niospe
Jim Alison found that Angkor Wat is 4,745 miles from the Great Pyramid, which is 7,677 miles from Nazca, the two distances being in the golden ratio (0.618 or 1.618), as 4,745 x 1.618 = 7,677.

Alison also found that distances (in miles) between sites hid Fibonacci sequence numbers. For example, Giza to Nazca is 7,692 miles and Nazca to Angkor is 12,446 miles.
(the 360th Fibonnaci number is 76,924, and the 361st is 12,446).


Source: Thyalwaysseek

A glyph found on the side of a mountain near Palpa, Peru; one hour north of Nazca. This is clearly showing the 4 races and divine tribes in the symbolism.

We have 12 boxes in the corners and the 2 lines or X's in each make 24. 

There are also 12 / 24 in the center as well.

4 points per large box for the cardinal directions symbolizing the 4 tribes.
Dan white race (north), Rueben red race (south), Ephraim yellow race (east) and Judah black race (west).
 We also have 8 points from both large boxes for the 8 messiahs and it's also in the middle if you count the 2 smaller cubes on each of the 4 sides on the inner circle. 4 circles total as well. 

16 (7, aethereal plane) rays in the center most circle.  Research by Alan Hoffman
This is information from the group Thyalwaysseek.

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