Thursday, 10 October 2013

Ness of Brodgar -with reference to Giza

I was looking at a youtube video of Carl Munck's grid work and to test his system out I decided to check out the Ness of Brodgar which had been the subject of a BBC programme with Neil Oliver an archeologist/historian, concerning the finds at the Ness.  Opinion being that it turns the pre-history of the UK on its head in that it would appear that it is at least as important as Stonehenge with a lot more to un/dis-cover!  I wanted to see if the latitude and longitude of the Ness showed any correspondencies to what Munck was showing.  I had found that his figure for the latitude of Stonehenge did not match that of Google Earth.  I used the figurs for the Ness anyway and found a striking correlation with phi squared(2.618) in the latitude(34d20m55.44s) and an adjustment south in the longitude of a mere 32ft from the central spot I chose gives an exact square root three harmonic in the longitude(58d59m50.9388s - 58d59m506152s)using Muncks method of multiplying degrees, minutes and seconds together.  Feeling rather pleased with this finding I decided to run lines from the Brodgar sites to the system I had been working on to the south and found some interesting points along the way, including Castle Mey, Balmoral/Lochnagar, East Lomond Hill/Falkland, all in the corridor between Ring of Brodgar and Maes Howe, and then in Edinburgh a spread from Caerketton in the Pentlands of which Hillend is attached and Blackford Observatory on Blackford Hill, and including the centre of the pentagonal system shown in the previous posts.  Further south Cademuir Hill south of Peebles and Dunrig are found.

Castle mey in the above image and Balmoral/Lochnagar in the image below

Balmoral and Lochnagar
East Lomond Hill and Falkland Palace

interesting intersect point at Auchmuirbridge, on the 27.7+mile circumference circle with the 3by1 pentagonal axis in yellow.  The grid diagonal is in green.

the two outer lines of the three showing Tron Kirk and Blackford Observatory on the eastern and the penta-cantre close by the western.

The eastern line continued south past St. Mary's chapel on to Caedmuir Hill and Dun Rig.

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