This page from the book "The
Mystery of the Calendar — The Message to the Unborn"
The Pacific Map on the Giza Plateau
"I have given him [Osiris] the desert,
In 2000, I published the article "Giza plateau - World map?" where the partial analysis of the Giza plateau topography was made. After the discovery of "The Land of the Gods", I have returned to this article and I have made a more detailed analysis of all elements of the Giza plateau topography. Further, my findings are submitted as follows.
After the publication of my article about the image "The Head of Oannes", encoded in the Calendar Message, I received the letter from Alexander Volenski. He wrote:
"Vladimir — the 'image' from OANNES, 'head' of the fish — overlay onto Giza map — the eye of fish should aline to TOPOGRAPHICAL AREA on Giza map; lower right corner"
I have understood it so, that he sees a similarity between the image of "The Head of a Fish" on my webpage "Oannes", and the image of topography of the Giza plateau on the webpage of the Oriental Institute (University of Chicago). Look at the image from the webpage Giza Plateau Computer Model.
GIZA PLATEAU COMPUTER MODEL
Wireframe Topography and Rendered Structures in Plan View
(North at the top)
Here the topography of the Giza plateau is shown, the home to the three Great pyramids. This image was made based on a computer model of the Giza plateau.
As you remember, in the chapter "The North American continent" I have guessed that the image "the head of a fish" contains a topographical map of The North American Continent also. You can recollect the outline of North American continent, having looked at the modern map.
North American continent
Then I have made a negative grey-scale image from the image (fig. 3). Look at the result below.
Then, I turned the image of the Giza plateau (fig. 4) 90° counter-clockwise.
Look at the result.
Look closely at the contours appearing on the right side of this image.
Having attentively studied this relief I have come to a conclusion that, probably, the North American continent is represented here. That is, someone has created a volumetric model of The North American Continent Map on the Giza plateau; as it appeared before the global catastrophe, thousands of years ago.
Look at the right side of the topographical map of the Giza plateau (fig. 5) with my explanations of it.
The East Pacific Rise traverses the floor of the Pacific Ocean along the intersection of the Pacific Plate with the Nazca and Cocos plates. Now, with the exception of Easter Island, no portion of the East Pacific Rise reaches near sea level.
On the map of the Giza plateau, the characteristic form of the western seaboard of North America is easily visible.
The interesting fact — the orientation of The North American Continent on the map of the Giza plateau is perpendicular to the modern direction to North. I have already written about this feature in the chapter "The North-American Continent".
The big island near the eastern seaboard of North America can be accepted as Atlantis.
Now you can't find a large island here.
Then I studied a map of the ocean bed in this place and I have found the island!
Look at this fragment of the map.
Map of an ocean bed
This entire picture (fig. 6) approximately corresponds to Edgar Cayce's description. Cayce wrote:
"The eastern seaboard was the coastal region of
The distortions of the images on maps are explained by a principle impossibility to represent the surface of a sphere (or Earth's ellipsoid) on a flat plane, without distortions. Therefore comparing the images of the same object (for example, the North American continent) on maps made with different cartographical projections, you will see large differences. The outline of the continents distort beyond recognition. Therefore, before we can make an exact rating of conformity of the image on the Giza plateau, to the outline of the North American continent, it is necessary to do a cartographical analysis.
The famous Piri Re'is Map (http://www.viewzone.com/pirireis.html) is even more unusual on the face of it. However, on it is represented the American continent, before its official discovery. In addition, the Giza plateau was the center of a cartographical projection for the Piri Re'is map. Moreover, the Piri Re'is map was created based on even more ancient maps.
However, there is more to come. Now we shall look at the Giza plateau map in more detail.
© Copyright 2000 Vladimir Pakhomov
Updated: November 25, 2014
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