Thursday, September 10, 2020

Episode #165: The Giza Template with Ed Nightingale

 This week we are joined by Ed Nightingale to discuss his extensive work on the layout of the Giza monuments. Ed has uncovered a "master plan", a kind of architectural mathematical layout of the Giza plateau that incorporates sacred geometry and encodes precessional numbers and universal constants like pi, phi, and the speed of light.

The concepts themselves are relatively simple geometric processes, but they are difficult to explain using only words, so Ed shows us some slides during the show. These slides will be available in the YouTube version of the show, we encourage you all to watch it!

We will be having Ed on in future shows to get more into the material, as this show was mostly an overview of the process and a quick look at some of the geometry.

Ed's website: The Giza Template

Get Ed's book from Amazon: The Giza Template



Brothers of the Serpent Episode 165

5 comments:

  1. can't fin the video on youtube, i'm guessing not uploaded yet? good stuff guys!!!

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    1. Will be soon. It is more difficult to make because of the separate recordings of audio and slides. Thanks!

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  2. Sometime in the future will there be an overview that's lite on the math and geometry and that just talks about the results of that math? I know I share this right-brained-ness with many other people who want to know this stuff but whose eyes start rolling back in their head a few minutes after 'squaring the circle' is said lol. Im very much a right brain person and this stuff has taxed my tiny 4th grade math ability from Peter Tomkins books in the early 70's right up to some of Randells explanations. Just a thought. Great show as usual, thanks guys!

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  3. Sometime in the future will there be an overview that's lite on the math and geometry and that just talks about the results of that math? I know I share this right-brained-ness with many other people who want to know this stuff but whose eyes start rolling back in their head a few minutes after 'squaring the circle' is said lol. Im very much a right brain person and this stuff has taxed my tiny 4th grade math ability from Peter Tomkins books in the early 70's right up to some of Randells explanations. Just a thought. Great show as usual, thanks guys!

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  4. I listened to every episode but now you guys are on another level with this guest! Snakes!

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