Giza & the Great Light
In 1975, a mathematician named Dr. Wesley H. Bateman, Ph.D, began studying the measurements of the Great Pyramid of Giza, in Eqypt. His work spanned a total of 32 years, during which he discovered that there is a sophisticated mathematical system that was used by the original architects when they defined the measurements of the shape of this ancient structure. During his research, he also learned that it is the same mathematical system that was used to define the ancient Mayan Pyramid of the Sun in southern Mexico.
The accuracy of the workmanship that went into the construction of the Great Pyramid is such that the four sides of its massive 5.3 sq. km. base are only one minute in angle off of a perfect square. There are at least nine mathematical formats in its measurements, each…
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