Monday, 31 December 2012

Newgrange is 1/10th of the earth's circumference from Giza pyramids

I am drawing no conclusions from this at the moment, but it is fascinating nonetheless. Newgrange is located precisely one tenth of the earth's circumference from the Giza Pyramids in Egypt. This was apparently first noticed by James Q. Jacobs in 1991 using spherical trigonometry, and can now be easily demonstrated using Google Earth. Archaeologists don't believe there is any connection between Newgrange and the pyramids, but there are lots of people who do. This is just one of a number of correlations that have been discovered by other researchers and authors. I will leave it for you to decide whether you think this is just a bizarre coincidence or something else:

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