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    Great Pyramid Prime Meridian Measuring Longitude Ancient Timekeeping Celtic Wheel Cross Ancient Azimuthal Equidistant Cartography Piri Reis Portion Archaic World Atlas Mountains of Centaur Chiron Chronus Patriarch Ham Biblical Proofs Genesis

    You can quite well determine latitude by the position of the sun on the horizon at sunrise or sunset, which moves north then south through the course of a year, however, accurate longitude measures, meeting at the poles, require timekeeping, not possible in ancient times, at least not by solar transit time (as practiced today for nautical mile mapping), but the ancients utilized the much slower rate of precession time, the rate of the slow wobble of the earth’s axis which would wobble one full cycle in 25,920 years, the ancients having realized the geometric relevance of the special number 72 years/degree rate, the number 72 of conspirators against the mythical egyptian god of the dead, Osiris, of the underworld, selected from the ancient mapping method explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com

    With that ancient precession mapping method, the ancients charted the earth, actually during the Ice Age, proven with (for instance) the Piri Reis Map, one of the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood), which shows Antarctica early in the Ice Age, Piri Reis having stated on the map that it was a compilation of ancient source maps, not well put together actually, but the shorelines and mountain ranges of Antarctica accurately depicted, those features now under thousands of feet of snow and ice, prove that those explorers were there early in the Ice Age, unbelievable to many, but with the biblical model, it all falls into line, as Atlas, the map man, namesake of the Atlas Mountains, and the Atlantic, and Atlantis, was (according to Plato) a son of Posidon, who was Sidon, a son of Canaan, a son of Ham, anciently known as Chronus, or the centaur Chiron, or Chronos, the time man, from whom we get the word chronology, of time, precession time.

    The Piri Reis Map shows an arc of five mapping nexus points down across the south Atlantic, the reference points from which the eastern coastlines of the southern part of the western hemisphere and Antarctica were measured and drawn on the source maps, which were less than precisely joined by Reis, because after all, he didn’t even know Antarctica existed at that time, but there it was on those obviously very accurately drawn maps, actually from the ice age times.  The radii back to the center from the nexus points in the Atlantic track back to Alexandria, Egypt, but actually, back to Heraklion and Menouthis, now submerged near Alexandria, plainly the center point of reference for ancient global mapping during the Ice Age, with the measuring standard just upstream at Giza, the Great Pyramid.

    See http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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