RE: Theos-World Who & what TimeStar is
Feb 28, 2006 04:49 PM
by W.Dallas TenBroeck
Universal measurements and glyphs:
SUN EARTH ORBIT ZODIAC TIME
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 2:14 PM
Who & what TimeStar is
Thanks for your comment and reply. That's a great question and it makes
me chuckle also. I see your point clearly, that is why in my earlier post I
said it fascinates me that they knew these values in ancient times. Somehow
it or not these numbers are there back then and both then and now relate to
Sun-Moon-Earth aspects. They measured with a precision is true. Even at
Tiahuanaco (15,538 BC) integrated through symbol-glyph astronomical system
observation and measurement of movement of celestial objects. So did, it
civilizations to today.
There are a plethora of "Standards" of measurement that
Cultures utilized. Cubits were variously slightly different from another
A Roman Cubit was a slightly different from an Egyptian Cubit and so forth
about Chaldean, Hindu, Persian, Early and Later European, Greek, etc. But it
seems some of the standard adoptions were from typical human physiognomy,
from the elbow to the fingertip (Cubit), or fingertip to fingertip with the
arms spread wide. Sighting with water tables and sighting tools to measure
degree and angles were used at Tiahuanaco and by the ancient Hindu also even
though greatly separated in time.
One figure on the headdress of the winged figure
at Tiahuanaco is a "snail shell" this uniquely portrays the positioning of
Astronomer who is placed at the center of the four directions extending to
the horizon in all directions.
The "cone" of the " snail shell" surrounds him
and extends to the vertical "zenith" perpendicular to him piercing through
top of his head and extending to infinity. On the outside of the snail shell
a "spiral" this "spiral" in indicating the "elevation from the Horizon" of
the view of the Astronomer relative to the heavens and the objects he is
in observing, demarcating approximate 30 degree segments as scribed.
At the very top of the snail shell the "curl" of the "spiral" is imagined to
the center of the "cone" the four directions are imagined scribed
intersecting perfectly in the center with the "curl" this then serves as the
"Transit" section of the cone of the snail shell that marks the "significant
passage of the celestial body (in this case the Sun or the Moon before our
moon. and a cone of only a few degree of the heaven).
Each and every Glyph and each and every small part or sub-sign of the glyphs
provide a measurement caliper. Although appearing as a novel and strange
agglomeration from some
strange culture what is actually there is genius of organization and
accurate portrayal of this "science" that is made to appear as "art." We
have much to relearn from our parents of the past.
SURFACE AND MEASUREMENTS OF THE SUN. DOC
The Surface Of The Sun, The Photosphere And Solar Flares
The sun's photosphere is often mistakenly referred to as the surface
of the sun.
In reality however, the sun's photosphere is only a
"liquid-like" plasma layer made of neon that covers the actual
That visible layer we see with our eyes is more commonly
known as penumbral filaments. This visible neon plasma layer, as
well as a thicker, deeper plasma layer of silicon, entirely covers the
actual calcium ferrite surface layer of the sun.
The visible photosphere covers the transitional layer that is the surface of
sun, much like the earth's oceans cover most of the surface of the
DIAMETER DISTANCE FROM EARTH
From: Jacques Mahnich
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 2:31 PM
Subject: Theos-World Sun metrics
Considered as a sphere, the sun has an apparent diameter of 32'. Due to
Earth movement around sun's elliptic orbit, this value is varying from 31'
31" on July 1st up to 32' 35" on January 1st. The average radius recognized
by international committees is 695 500 km which give an average diameter of
1 391 000 km (869 375 miles).
Distance from the Earth is 149 598 845 km (93 499 208 miles).
From the Siva Purana, one can read (UMASAMHITA - Chapter 19, 2-3) that
"The sun's sphere is situated a hundred thousand Yojanas from the earth. One
Yojana being equal to 7.56 km (4.95 miles), it makes 756 000 km (495 000
...again missing some clues to read properly the old texts.
DENNIS KIER <email@example.com> wrote:
Just wondering a bit about this. You mention that the sun is 864,000 miles
in diameter, and that value was known to them in ancient times. But the
"mile" value has not been in existence for more than a couple hundred years,
has it? How could the ancients have measured in "miles" and held the value
of 864,000 "miles" in such high regard?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 5:58 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Who & what TimeStar is
> Thanks for your reply and comments.
The Sun is 864,000 miles in diameter this value was known to the ancient
astronomers of India.
the values 864, 432, 216, 108 etc. are ubiquitous and are multiple use
A sign of the Zodiac is 2160 years long (216 or 6x6x6x10).
The Kings chamber (PYRAMIDS) has a volume of 1296 cubic feet a multiple of
and 1296 is 1/20 of the solar year of 25,920 years.
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