are persons whose minds would be incapable of appreciating the
intellectual grandeur of the ancients, even in physical science, were
they to receive the most complete demonstration of their profound
learning and achievements. Notwithstanding the lesson of caution which
more than one unexpected discovery has taught them, they still pursue
their old plan of denying, and, what is still worse, of ridiculing that
which they have no means of either proving or disproving. So, for
instance, they will pooh-pooh the idea of talismans having any efficacy
one way or the other. That the seven spirits of the Apocalypse have
direct relation to the seven occult powers in nature, appears
incomprehensible and absurd to their feeble intellects; and the bare
thought of a magician claiming to work wonders through certain
kabalistic rites convulses them with laughter. Perceiving only a
geometrical figure traced upon a paper, a bit of metal, or other
substance, they cannot imagine how any reasonable being should ascribe
to either any occult potency. But those who have taken the pains to
inform themselves know that the ancients achieved as great discoveries
in psychology as in physics, and that their explorations left few
secrets to be discovered."
The History of Earth Measurement in France.
And the marking of the Meridian
GEO - METRY
literally Earth Measurement
The powerful picture shown above shows the essence of our priest’s whole enigmatic saga. This is a view back down what has become to become known as David Wood’s Sunrise Line and was taken from a hill called Mont St Michael; this hill is 666 metres high. In the distance are the mountains of Soularac and St Bartholémy,
If one climbs onto La Tour Magdala as I did on that first
day the twin snow capped peaks of St Bartholémy and Pic de Soularac can be
clearly seen. These mountains have been sacred for thousands of years as the
large numbers of megaliths on their slopes and the number of previously
inhabited caves nearby testifies. The official designation for this mountain is
St Bartholémy however the locals call this mountain “Montagne de Tabe”
Thabor Mount and in a manuscript dated 1350CE it appears as the name
“Mountanha die Taba” and this is in the Occitan language. The
pronunciation is identical to Tabor and these mountains are a mere 5 miles from
the awesome Cathar
Interestingly Soularac is mentioned in a report of a
meridian measurement by the well respected astronomer Delambre in 3 volumes of
work from 1806 to 1810 that followed ground measurements in 1797 by
here it is referred to as Eastern Peak of the Saint-Bartholémy Mount and the
“Peak of Estangtost”. Delambre was born in
In 1790 the French National Constituent Assembly asked the
clue of the relevance of Delambre to our story besides his mention in his
writings of the mountain of Soularac (Solar Rock) can be found in his full name
- Jean Baptiste Joseph chevalier Delambre for he was a member of
the chivalric Order of Saint Michael
(Ordre de Saint-Michel) . This
Order is the oldest Royal order of chivalry in
Delambre was an exceptional astronomer and mathematician and in 1795 he was
admitted to the Bureau des Longitudes, becoming its President in 1800 a year
later he was appointed secretary to the Académie des Sciences making him the
most powerful figure in science in
“Conquests will come and go but this work will endure”
In 1809, Napoleon requested that the Académie des Sciences award a prize for the best scientific publication of the decade, the award went to Delambre for his work on the meridian.
second volume of the work, published in 1807, contained the data for the
accurate latitude calculations of
However, outside of the
i1]His particular interest was deep sky objects. He also discovered the Comet Encke in 1786
[i2]You are reminded that this was the day that Saunière wrote the word SECRET in his diary.
[I A3]This was found to be in error
Remember that the ROSE LINE is NOT
the Paris Meridian
Remember that the ROSE LINE is NOT the Paris Meridian
The Rose Line goes through the church of St Sulpice and the church of St
Germain des Pres
The Rose Line goes through the church of St Sulpice and the church of St Germain des Pres
However Bourges Cathedral was begun by
de Bourges in the 7th century. He died on the 17th January 646CE. He
was persecuted by the Merovingian king Dagobert I.
However Bourges Cathedral was begun by Saint Sulpice de Bourges in the 7th century. He died on the 17th January 646CE. He was persecuted by the Merovingian king Dagobert I.
He is mentioned in the Dossiers
He is mentioned in the Dossiers Secrets.
Saint Sulpice is not to be confused with
|665.67 Miles measured on Google
earth from the centre shown right
This is a mere 580 yards from 666 Miles.
|The avenue going north is called Avenguda Meridiana|
Delambre/Méchain measuring point was the Tour de Dunkerque. However their drawing of the tower is different from the tower we see today. It is important to remember that a lot of fighting took place in Dunkirk during WWII and the town was extensively bombed.
This building no longer exists.
|The fort of Marduck was constructed in 1622 by architect Jean Gamel. It was built for the Spanish who ruled Flanders at the time. The fort was captured, lost, and captured again by the French between 1644 and 1658. After the Battle of the Dunes (June 14, 1658) the fort came under the control of the English Commonwealth, in accordance with the terms of their involvement. After having bought Dunkirk and the fort of Mardyck from the English in 1662, King Louis XIV of France ordered that the fort be dismantled. On 12 February 1867, a French imperial decree established Fort-Mardyck as an independent municipality.|
Marduk, sun god of Babylon, with his thunderbolts pursues Anzu after Anzu stole the Tablets of Destiny.
In the perfected system of astrology, the planet Jupiter was associated with Marduk by the Hammurabi period
Dunkerque - Barcelona (i.e.
Paris Meridian) = 666 miles
Dunkerque - Barcelona (i.e. Paris Meridian) = 666 miles
Skellig Michael to Bourges Cathedral = 666 miles
The angle of intercept is 66.6 degrees. (That's 90 degrees minus the tilt angle of the earth 23.4º)
Skellig Michael to Bourges Cathedral = 666 miles
So why are the French laying out their meridian markers using the Statute Mile not kilometers?
Well consider this:
Remember the parchment phrase
P = Π = 80
A = Α = 1
X = Х = 600
P A X = 80 + 1 + 600 = 681
P A X = 80 + 1 + 600 = 681
Gematria is a Greek & Hebrew way of interpreting figures using letters and was
developed from an older more eastern tradition developed from the 3rd
century BCE. Remembering that there were no Arabic figures to represent 1, 2, 3
etc until much later and so letters had to be used. No suggestion of talking in
a secret code here, Gematria sprang from necessity. According to Frederick Bligh
Bold, who placed the Vesica Pisces over the Chalice Well at
It has already been shown that a square of dimensions 681 Rood by 681 Rood (681 Poles squared) has a diagonal of three miles (to the nearest integer) or One English League with an error of around 0.6% to the modern English statute mile.
681 Poles = 3745.5 yards
Using Pythagoras Theorem.
3745.5² =14028770 yards²
14028770 yards² + 14028770 yards² = 28057540 yards²
√28057540 yards² = 5296.9368 yards
5296.9368 yards/1760 yards = 3.0096231 miles
or 3 miles 16yards 2feet 9.7inches
One must remember that the Abbé Jean
Picard had measured the length of a degree of longitude and computed the size of
the earth in 1655, the year Poussin painted his first version of the
Of course 2640 is quite a unique number; for instance one and a half times 2640 is 3960.
The Golden Ratio is PHI named after Phidias
The Golden Section
The "Scientific View on the Fibonacci sequence in Nature"
According to this "Scientist's" view
everything written down 400 years ago is fact
and everything written on the Internet today isn't.
And because Mathematics is empirically provable or disprovable then everything else a Mathematician says MUST be true by association, even unrelated historical events. Even if it was written 400 years ago (or in Fibonacci's case 800 years ago during the Crusades when the Holy Roman Church was murdering everyone who didn't agree with them).
The caveat "Provable beyond reasonable doubt" is invoked
and they then decide the threshold where "reasonable doubt" ends and the unreasonable begins.
This of course is governed by "Common Sense"
"Common Sense is a collection of prejudices acquired by the age of eighteen"
- Albert Einstein.
So "reasonable doubt" is an act of faith governed by an indoctrinated sense of what is right and what isn't. We are indeed taught what to think up to the age of eighteen.
Leonardo Pisano Bigollo (Fibonacci) lived during the Holy Roman Church's persecution of the Cathars and during the Crusades, a term which encompasses this Holy Roman Church's campaign against anything else they considered to be Pagan. They considered anything and everything pagan that undermined their position on earth.
His father, Guglielmo Bonaccio, was a customs officer for Pisa in the North African port town of Bugia (present-day Bejaia, Algeria). Fibonacci (The name Fibonacci means Son of Bonnacio), lived there as a teenager, recieved an education from the Moors. A reminder that this was during the Crusades so Fibonacci's father was dealing with the enemy so to speak. Fibonacci gave to the world of Mathematics Arabic numbers and also decimal numbers instead of the cumbersome Roman numerals.
The Golden Spiral
One might be tempted to think that someone found these numbers (and numerology in general) sacred, but we have to understand that the exercise of making sense of the world around them was indeed an almost religious concept to person from the Middle Ages. To create order from apparent chaos was a means of chaining the Lord of the Earth – Rex Mundi. If this can be done by use of the Angel of the Lord – Michael – Aldebaran then it will truly be a sacred exercise.
French units of measurement before the French Revolution
An ell (from Old Germanic *alinâ cognate with Latin "ulna"), is a unit of measurement, originally a cubit, i.e., approximating the length of a man's arm from the elbow ("elbow" means the bend or bow of the ell or arm) to the tip of the middle finger, or about 18 inches; in later usage, any of several longer units. In English-speaking countries, these included (until the 19th century) the Flemish ell (3⁄4 of a yard), English ell (5⁄4 yard) and French ell (6⁄4 yard), some of which are thought to derive from a 'double ell'.
from the tip of the outstretched finger to the ELL-BOW
An ell-wand or ellwand was a rod of length one ell used
for official measurement. Edward I of England required that every town have
one. In Scotland, the
Belt of Orion was called "the King's Ellwand."
An ell-wand or ellwand was a rod of length one ell used for official measurement. Edward I of England required that every town have one. In Scotland, the Belt of Orion was called "the King's Ellwand."
Several national forms existed, with different lengths, including the Scottish ell (≈37 inches or 94 centimetres), the Flemish ell (≈27 in or 68.6 cm), the French ell (≈54 in or 137.2 cm) the Polish ell (≈31 in or 78.7 cm) and the Danish ell (≈25 in or 63.5 cm)
In England, the ell was usually 45 in (1.143 m), or a yard and a quarter. It was mainly used in the tailoring business but is now obsolete. Although the exact length was never defined in English law, standards were kept; the brass ell examined at the Exchequer by Graham in the 1740s had been in use "since the time of Queen Elizabeth".
The Viking ell was the measure from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger, about 18 inches. The Viking ell or primitive ell was used in Iceland up to the 1200s. By the 1200s a law set the "stika" as equal to 2 ells which was the English ell of the time.
The Megalithic Yard
The Megalithic Yard
In his book from 1967 Professor Alexander (Sandy) Thom after defined
the Megalithic yard after surveying more than 600 megalithic sites in
Britain and using statistical analysis
In his book from 1967 Professor Alexander (Sandy) Thom after defined the Megalithic yard after surveying more than 600 megalithic sites in Britain and using statistical analysis
The Megalithic Yard is
The Megalithic Yard is
82.96 cm or
82.96 cm or
2 feet : 8.64 inches
2 feet : 8.64 inches
Thom, a Professor of engineering at Oxford university, said in his book:
It is remarkable that one thousand years before the earliest mathematicians of classical Greece, people in these islands not only had a practical knowledge of geometry and were capable of setting out elaborate geometrical designs but could also set out ellipses based on the Pythagorean triangles.”
According to Professor Thom using statistical analysis he concluded that most of the Megaliths throughout Britain and France had a common measurement present in the construction.
Most scientists take their normal scientific view of this that if it wasn't part of their curriculum when they received their degrees and wasn't part of their tutors curriculum and wasn't part of their tutor's tutor's curriculum (etc etc ad infinatum nauseum) then this study wasn't worth further investigation due to the fact that Thom hadn't speculated as to how Neolithic man did this. Suddenly wild speculation on the method became an essential part of the scientific process that was required to enable further belief. That it was there wasn't enough, one also had to explain (without the use of a Time Machine) how it was done. The Canon of the Priesthood of Academia had decreed that Hunting Nomads were not capable of this. This docrine was achieved without providing any proof or evidence to take such a restricting stance. Most scientists of the time had let the limited (and well defined and managed) process of schooling interfere with their education. After all, research grants had to be sought. Any activity in "fringe" subjects would end a career before it started and one had to put food in their family's mouths. The search for truth (warts an' all) had to go onto the back burner. After all there are religious issues here.
Speculation on how this measurement was achieved was set out in a later publication.
This standard unit of measurement, suggested by Knight & Lomas, to be achieved by applying the following procedure:-
There are 366 sunrises per orbit of the sun, therefore one 366th part of the horizon = 1 megalithic degree. First place two posts at 1 megalithic degree apart on the horizon. Then swing a pendulum so that it beats 366 times in the time it takes a star to travel between the posts. The length of this pendulum will be 16.32 inches in length or one half of Thom's megalithic yard.++++++++++++++
"It is important to note
here that Thom had said that his megalithic yard could well have been a
result of two measurements added together but he arrived at the
2 feet : 8.64 inches"
because this was closest to the Imperial Yard.
2 feet : 8.64 inches" because this was closest to the Imperial Yard.
Detractors of this theory say that the authors didn't say how this was to be achieved, which is actually not true and even a short modicum of further thought would arrive at the question as to how Knight and Lomas themselves achieved this measurement. Dare I say that they achieved it by experiment! Ah remember the good old days when scientists experimented instead of endlessly quoting each other?
Note: This author has experimented and it works.
"However some scientists to their credit took onboard Thom's excellent work
Notably Archaeologist Euan Mackie and Professor Colin Renfrew to name two
The BBC also did a Chronicle programme on Professor Thom's work
This can be viewed by clicking here
This was shown on 31 October 1970
Which is Samhain (Halloween)
"Neolithic man counted one winter solstice sunrise to the next winter solstice sunrise observed between two alignments. There are today 182 sunrises between the winter solstice and the summer solstice and 183 between the summer solstice and the following winter solstice.
"....setting midwinter sun. A lozenge-shape would result, its angles depending on geographical latitude and local horizon.... The fact remains that like the cross of Christianity or the crescent of Islam, the lozenge and chevron could easily have been taken over from an older symbolism and given a precise meaning, before being eventually repeated again and again without much thought of it."