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A ley line connecting Stonehenge with Amphipolis
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Diana Wright
2014-10-14 23:23:56 UTC
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Ivan Van Laningham
2014-10-14 23:30:28 UTC
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Well, I can see why my gmail dumped Diana's message into spam.

Metta,
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Ralph Hancock
2014-10-14 23:48:43 UTC
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Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
confection:

Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the Ancients
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious Stonehenge
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.

2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.

The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
Stonehenge, narrated:

"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "

The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not found
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link between
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the two
monuments.

-----

RH
Diana Wright
2014-10-14 23:57:02 UTC
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I think "elusive" is right on.

DW
Post by Ralph Hancock
Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the Ancients
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious Stonehenge
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.
2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.
The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "
The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not found
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link between
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the two
monuments.
-----
RH
Charles E. Jones
2014-10-14 23:57:42 UTC
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With apologies in advance (but bear with it)

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Subject: Re: [CLASSICS-L] A ley line connecting Stonehenge with Amphipolis

Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
confection:

Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the Ancients
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious Stonehenge
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.

2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.

The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
Stonehenge, narrated:

"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "

The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not found
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link between
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the two
monumen
Steven Schuster
2014-10-15 00:17:38 UTC
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With no apology:

Spinal Tap




Steven
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With apologies in advance (but bear with it) http://youtu.be/mbyzgeee2mg
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Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: [CLASSICS-L] A ley line connecting Stonehenge with Amphipolis
Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the Ancients
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious Stonehenge
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.
2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.
The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "
The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not found
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link between
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the two
monuments.
-----
RH
Scot Mcphee
2014-10-15 00:25:33 UTC
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In ancient times, hundreds of years before the dawn of history, an ancient
race of people... the Druids. No one knows who they were or what they were
doing...

*Scot Mcphee. *
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Post by Steven Schuster
Spinal Tap
http://youtu.be/HMofDWzfA6A
Steven
Post by Charles E. Jones
With apologies in advance (but bear with it)
http://youtu.be/mbyzgeee2mg
Post by Charles E. Jones
________________________________________
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: [CLASSICS-L] A ley line connecting Stonehenge with
Amphipolis
Post by Charles E. Jones
Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the
Ancients
Post by Charles E. Jones
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious
Stonehenge
Post by Charles E. Jones
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.
2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.
The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "
The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not
found
Post by Charles E. Jones
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link
between
Post by Charles E. Jones
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the
two
Post by Charles E. Jones
monuments.
-----
RH
Patrick T. Rourke
2014-10-15 00:34:44 UTC
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I think this thread has been turned up to 11.

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P. T. Rourke
Post by Scot Mcphee
In ancient times, hundreds of years before the dawn of history, an ancient
race of people... the Druids. No one knows who they were or what they were
doing...
*Scot Mcphee. *
*Computer programmer. Classics PhD.*
p +61 412 957414
w http://autonomous.org/
Post by Steven Schuster
Spinal Tap
http://youtu.be/HMofDWzfA6A
Steven
Post by Charles E. Jones
With apologies in advance (but bear with it)
http://youtu.be/mbyzgeee2mg
Post by Charles E. Jones
________________________________________
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: [CLASSICS-L] A ley line connecting Stonehenge with
Amphipolis
Post by Charles E. Jones
Google's automatic translation of the text adds the final touch to this
Enviable and elusive is the mathematical precision with which the
Ancients
Post by Charles E. Jones
have calculated positions of ancient cities and monuments.
A line connects the large tomb of Amphipolis and the mysterious
Stonehenge
Post by Charles E. Jones
in England. Inconceivable that exist these two monuments with reverence
while obeying the dictates of the map.
2720 ​​km separating the two historical parties if we divide by n = 3.14
and the golden number phi = 1.618 shows the result of 535 in a jiffy. 535
if you divide that by the number of ancient favorite 7 and multiply by
4.25, which is the point you were stuck indicators of the Antikythera
Mechanism, resulting in 323, which is the date of death of Alexander the
Great.
The "coincidences" does not stop there! The word Amphipolis has eight
letters and the word Stonehenge has 11 Together they have 19 letters, and
what the word Tzitzimintsikotsira. Asked the famous composer Giannis
Kotsiras of what could be joining his family name Amphipolis and
"I still remember the thrill and history tells me that my grandfather
micro. An ancient ancestor had taken us to connect underground Amphipolis
with Stonehenge. He started digging from England a guy called GG and from
Greece the propropropropropropappous, my Kotsiras. When they met in the
middle of the tunnel dug by two men, the historian of the time wrote: GG
meets Kotsira. "
The underground tunnel has not been discovered yet, but if it is not
found
Post by Charles E. Jones
soon, the company that makes Athens Metro successfully the Thessaloniki
Metro in the last 10 years, is willing to take the underground link
between
Post by Charles E. Jones
Amphipolis and Stonehenge, to rebuild the online Antiquity between the
two
Post by Charles E. Jones
monuments.
-----
RH
Ralph Hancock
2014-10-15 02:41:36 UTC
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I think this thread has been turned up to 11.
And someone has confused feet with centimetres.

RH
Ivan Van Laningham
2014-10-15 03:09:54 UTC
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And someone has confused feet with centimetres.
That's the least of their worries.

Metta,
Ivan
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God N Locomotive Works
http://www.pauahtun.org/
http://www.python.org/workshops/1998-11/proceedings/papers/laningham/laningham.html
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Lorenzo Smerillo
2014-10-15 04:36:23 UTC
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Since when did Alexander III die in 323? He died in the 114th,2 Olympiad.
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Post by Ralph Hancock
And someone has confused feet with centimetres.
That's the least of their worries.
Metta,
Ivan
--
Ivan Van Laningham
God N Locomotive Works
http://www.pauahtun.org/
http://www.python.org/workshops/1998-11/proceedings/papers/laningham/laningham.html
Army Signal Corps: Cu Chi, Class of '70
Author: Teach Yourself Python in 24 Hours
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