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Graham Hancock Award CPAK October 2012 April Marie Vihilidal's Podcast

    • Education

In August of 2012 I discovered the Archeo-astronomical find of the time using Google Earth and time lapse photography. I discovered it in Escondido, California in front of my computer after five years of research. I have labeled my find, ’The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’.

It is interesting to note that Escondido, California is nearly half way around the globe from the Sphinx in Giza, Egypt.

Escondido is 117.0856° West longitude and the Sphinx in Giza Egypt is 31.1378° East longitude. Also consider that there are only 3° of latitude that separate the two locations on the globe.

Decimals Escondido CA Sphinx of Giza Egypt
Latitude 117.0856° West 31.1378° East
Longitude 33.1192° North 29.9753° North

Minutes Escondido CA Sphinx of Giza Egypt
Latitude 117° 05’ 08” West 31° 08’ 16” East
Longitude 33° 07’ 09” North 29° 58’ 31” North

Early in the morning, Thursday November 22nd, on Thanksgiving Day of 2012, my colleagues and I gathered together, many hours before our Thanksgiving Day Dinner. As the sun was rising, we all stopped to view the grace blessed
beauty of that precious miracle we can so easily take for granted each morning. The scene was absolutely breath taking in the crisp autumn air. As we all gazed upon that unique sunrise, a masterpiece of perfectly blended color and symmetry, painted by the hand of God in Nature, one of my colleagues turned to me and asked me what I was most grateful for in 2012. I told all that were gathered together that I was very grateful for having been awarded the prestigious Graham Hancok Award for my Archeo-astronomical find of 2012.

After a few paces in silence, the entire group turned in synchronization to the chirping birds nestled in the naked trees surrounding us from above. Suddenly, the silence broke when all present began to prompt me; singing out their unique version of how I could show my appreciation for being awarded the Graham Hancock award at CPAK 2012 for my Archeo-astronomical find.

As we continued hiking in our closely knit pack, swirls of crimson, gold and rusted-brown leaves danced at our boots. My husband, John and our two labs briskly forged the lead. Somehow, as our varied strides synchronized once again, we collectively arrived at the idea to create a thank you video.

We all decided that it would entail thanking Walter Cruttenden of CPAK, Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge for awarding me the Graham Hancock Award. The plan discussed that morning included adding information concerning my theory on Precession of the Equinoxes and a calibrated zodiac,
‘A New Paaradigm for Precession:
Precession and Procession of the Equinoxes.
As we culminated the creative plan and neared the end of our trail our black labs, Serrena and Shakuntal barked, wagged their tails, and shook in agreement with their tongues hanging in little white puffs of chilled crisp air. As the majestic fall sunrise spread out over the horizon and finally faded we were all filled with inspiration.

After that morning of mental deliberation and physical exhilaration, in a mode of thanksgiving, an afternoon full of creativity followed!

What you will now see is the two part video my colleagues and I manifested on Thanksgiving Day 2012.

In August of 2012 I discovered the Archeo-astronomical find of the time using Google Earth and time lapse photography. I discovered it in Escondido, California in front of my computer after five years of research. I have labeled my find, ’The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’.

It is interesting to note that Escondido, California is nearly half way around the globe from the Sphinx in Giza, Egypt.

Escondido is 117.0856° West longitude and the Sphinx in Giza Egypt is 31.1378° East longitude. Also consider that there are only 3° of latitude that separate the two locations on the globe.

Decimals Escondido CA Sphinx of Giza Egypt
Latitude 117.0856° West 31.1378° East
Longitude 33.1192° North 29.9753° North

Minutes Escondido CA Sphinx of Giza Egypt
Latitude 117° 05’ 08” West 31° 08’ 16” East
Longitude 33° 07’ 09” North 29° 58’ 31” North

Early in the morning, Thursday November 22nd, on Thanksgiving Day of 2012, my colleagues and I gathered together, many hours before our Thanksgiving Day Dinner. As the sun was rising, we all stopped to view the grace blessed
beauty of that precious miracle we can so easily take for granted each morning. The scene was absolutely breath taking in the crisp autumn air. As we all gazed upon that unique sunrise, a masterpiece of perfectly blended color and symmetry, painted by the hand of God in Nature, one of my colleagues turned to me and asked me what I was most grateful for in 2012. I told all that were gathered together that I was very grateful for having been awarded the prestigious Graham Hancok Award for my Archeo-astronomical find of 2012.

After a few paces in silence, the entire group turned in synchronization to the chirping birds nestled in the naked trees surrounding us from above. Suddenly, the silence broke when all present began to prompt me; singing out their unique version of how I could show my appreciation for being awarded the Graham Hancock award at CPAK 2012 for my Archeo-astronomical find.

As we continued hiking in our closely knit pack, swirls of crimson, gold and rusted-brown leaves danced at our boots. My husband, John and our two labs briskly forged the lead. Somehow, as our varied strides synchronized once again, we collectively arrived at the idea to create a thank you video.

We all decided that it would entail thanking Walter Cruttenden of CPAK, Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge for awarding me the Graham Hancock Award. The plan discussed that morning included adding information concerning my theory on Precession of the Equinoxes and a calibrated zodiac,
‘A New Paaradigm for Precession:
Precession and Procession of the Equinoxes.
As we culminated the creative plan and neared the end of our trail our black labs, Serrena and Shakuntal barked, wagged their tails, and shook in agreement with their tongues hanging in little white puffs of chilled crisp air. As the majestic fall sunrise spread out over the horizon and finally faded we were all filled with inspiration.

After that morning of mental deliberation and physical exhilaration, in a mode of thanksgiving, an afternoon full of creativity followed!

What you will now see is the two part video my colleagues and I manifested on Thanksgiving Day 2012.

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