After over four years of research as an Archeo-astronomer, by avocation, I discovered the Archeo-astronomical find of the time in August 2012. In October 2012 I presented my findings and was awarded the prestigious, ‘Graham Hancock Award’ at CPAK 2012 (Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge) in Rancho Mirage California. I have labeled my Archeo-astronomical find, ‘The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’. My find was discovered using Google Earth and time lapse photography.
This pod cast was originally the You Tube I made to mark, in time, the aforementioned Archeo-astronomical find for CPAK 2012.
Now, six months later I have made yet another amazing Archeo-astronomical find concerning Pi being encoded into the latitude of the Sphinx. This is very interesting to me because what led me to my discovery of, ‘The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’ was studying Ancient Pi or 3.142857142857142857142857 and the shadow phenomenon that takes place every February 21st and October 21st on the right paw of the Sphinx, one month prior the Vernal Equinox and one month following the Autumnal Equinox respectively. My recent find intrigues me because my study of Ancient Pi and the Geodesic co-ordinates of the Sphinx 'paved the way' for me to discover ‘Modern Pi’ ‘ENCODED’ at the Latitude of the Sphinx! (Yes, some history books may need rewriting.)
I was preparing for Pi day at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in San Diego California with the intent of sharing my work on Ancient Pi and ‘The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’. In the process of that preparation an entirely new Archeo-astronomical find was discovered! This new Archeo-astronomical find, concerning Modern Pi encoded at the latitude of the Sphinx, will be the subject of my fourth pod cast.
Before I publish my fourth pod cast and my newest Archeo-astronomical find concerning ‘Modern Pi’ ‘ENCODED’ at the Latitude of the Sphinx, I am now, on 2/23/2013, publishing my October, 2012 You Tube as a pod cast for my pod cast viewers. Some of my pod cast viewers may not know what my Archeo-astronomical find entailed, ‘The Shadows on the Face of the Sphinx Phenomenon’ is.
My fourth pod cast will be published before Pi Day, March 14th
in honor of our visit to the Rueben H. Fleet Science Center, San Diego, California on 3.14 Day. There will be a celebration entitled, ‘Pizza, Pinot and Pi at the San Diego Rueben H. Fleet Science Center on March 14th.
That's all for now my star gazing friends, this is April Vihilidal leaving you with this thought, 'may the Sphinx smile upon you'!