Brook Brook Posts: 3440 Join date: 2010-08-21 Age: 62 Post n°51 Re: Egyptian Folklore II Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:04 pm Lets revisit Jupiter for a moment: In this thread I've outlined a whole bunch of alignments and lines of sight to Jupiter no? So what is the significance to that and possible time travel and traversable worm holes? Enter Kip thorn and expert on wormholes and whose work was expressed in the move Interstellar noting the tesseract and it's dimensions : The resistance of magnetic flux to gravitational collapse http://www.its.caltech.edu/~kip/scri...cans/II-11.pdf So Jupiter creates a magnetic field 450 million miles long? Is this not significant to the dynamics of an Einstein-Rosen Bridge better know as a wormhole? And what about Aldebaran being center stage in that tomb ceiling? In Science Aldebaran is know as: Aldebaran (α Tau, α Tauri, Alpha Tauri) Aldebaran.... a Tau... also known as Alpha Tau Alpha: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 1. In English, the noun "alpha" is used as a synonym for "beginning", or "first" (in a series), reflecting its Greek roots. Tau: Greek letters in math.... (tau) τ (lower-case) represents: an interval of time So Alpha Tau = First Time First time for what? First time travel and proof of the unproven theorem? ~ Least we not forget the Land of MU.... Noting Astronomical Simulations as the Main Clue: Part 2...Page 6 & 7 of PDF Aldebaran you say?: August 10 or August 11 was an important date in the Mataveri calendar. It is possible that the natives waited for the helical rising of the bright star Pollux (β Geminorum). It happened on August 10 from A.D. 1690 to A.D. 1720, and on August 11 from A.D. 1721 to A.D. 1796. I believe that on that day many warriors and priests met there and at Orongo. Let us try to decipher them. For example, choose the year A.D. 1775. On December 20 (near the summer solstice) the azimuth of Aldebaran was 339.1° (23:44). On December 21 the azimuth of this star was 322.0° (00:44; the same night for the natives). The azimuth of Canopus was 177.5° (00:31) that night (Rjabchikov 2010a). It is obvious that the priests-astronomers looked at both stars during that and other nights. http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1309/1309.6056.pdf And all those dates aligned with Jupiter as I've presented thus far? Things they don't want you to know? Let me direct you to the Metropolitan Museum in New York. On the Wiki page for this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astron...f_Senemut_Tomb I direct you to the External links where they say: Metropolitan Museum has a full scan of the ceiling Well, they may have but funny thing....those images are not available. I've presented probably the only one's you'll be able to find or copies of. FULL SCANS are unavailable as it stands...so to decipher that ceiling from something other than a copied image you would have to go the the site of the tomb and actually take photos to decipher it. This tells me they really don't want people doing that now do they? And why not said the rabbit to Alice? So...I further the investigation...Guess what found? Last edited by Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:38 pm; edited 1 time in total Brook Brook Posts: 3440 Join date: 2010-08-21 Age: 62 Post n°52 Re: Egyptian Folklore II Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:09 pm An important distinguishing feature between a qubit and a classical bit is that multiple qubits can exhibit quantum entanglement. Entanglement is a nonlocal property that allows a set of qubits to express higher correlation than is possible in classical systems. Entanglement is a necessary ingredient of any quantum computation that cannot be done efficiently on a classical computer. Many of the successes of quantum computation and communication, such as quantum teleportation and superdense coding, make use of entanglement, suggesting that entanglement is a resource that is unique to quantum computation. Now I took that information straight from Wiki. And here is the thing: I want to make this VERY clear. I am not suggesting that someone physically traveled back in time to produce that ceiling in the tomb. What I AM SUGGESTING is INFORMATION was transferred via quantum teleportation using wormhole physics to transport that information and produce that information in a tomb. Now they could have used and i think this is VERY possible holographic technology to convey this information to whoever produced this tomb back in time. Containing the code and information to produce this ALPHA TAU/FIRST TIME information transfer via quantum teleportation which is VERY 100% possible. What is not proven possible is transferring this information back in time hence using the unproven paradox as a first time transfer. Here is a layman's version: http://lightlike.com/teleport/ In that link they talk about is it possible to physically time travel a human being. Personally I think its quite possible but I don't suggest this in the tomb. Again what I AM suggesting is information transfer that is published on a ceiling as proof of the unproven paradox. This block is what is termed the WATERMARK. In cryptography, a watermarking attack is an attack on disk encryption methods where the presence of a specially crafted piece of data (e.g., a decoy file) can be detected by an attacker without knowing the encryption key. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watermarking_attack http://theory.stanford.edu/~mikeym/papers/SecureQIM.pdf And this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initialization_vector Suffice it to say if this has "watermark encryption".... As the blind guy said in the movie Contact: "there's a whole lot more here". He was basically discovering a digital "image" with "sound". Which would be the primary reason to ideally decode this IN the tomb with a computer at hand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_teleportation And the Qubit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qubit So you see, and I admit I could be wrong.... using mainstream science I suggest there is computer code in this tomb. So I was questioned as to why I was so sure there was code in this tomb. Much to my surprise.....I found this: Brook Brook Posts: 3440 Join date: 2010-08-21 Age: 62 Post n°53 Re: Egyptian Folklore II Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:11 pm first thing I want to point out is this.... http://www.eng.utah.edu/~nmcdonal/Tu...archReview.pdf So if you were going to leave a coded message from the future you would definitely want to leave it before this period of 1900 B.C. right? That tomb was before the advent of such cryptography in Egypt during the reign of Hatshepsut in 1473 B.C. The tomb was discovered during the 1925-1927 excavations. So you have a discovery year to work with here and you have a time when Cryptography was not in use. Perfect for such an experiment. Brook Brook Posts: 3440 Join date: 2010-08-21 Age: 62 Post n°54 Re: Egyptian Folklore II Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:15 pm I could probably fill several pages with evidence that this tomb was tampered with in such a way as to convey the message I assert is here. Starting with the dig: Here is the first excavation. In it you see the attempt to seal it off with a thick wall. But the top is open upon excavation. Now that may not seem so strange but the time it had to be opened was before a huge pile of clay chips were deposited in front of the entrance which were from tomb 71 Senemuts other tomb. You see Senemut had two tombs. One was more of a funerary tomb which was meant for burial. However they never found a mummy there as I'm aware. That would be tomb # 71. It's tomb 353 this is in question here. When Dr Peter F. Dorman who is a renowned Egyptologist and epigrapher, philologist was doing his thesis on this dig he first of all found that the records of the dig were almost non existent. In other words missing. This dig was commissioned by the NY Metropolitan Museum of art by Herbert Winlock the person in charge of this dig would have kept daily records of the dig. They are just gone. Disappeared. However he did write a book on the dig and there is where it gets strange...because all that is there is Winlock's after the fact assertions. Which Peter F Dorman brings into great question while giving Winlock great props for the find. You see in Dr. Dorman's thesis he (who knows a great deal about deciphering Hieroglyphs) has about 40 pages on Chamber A (the chamber with the astronomical ceiling) and has worked to decipher them. The problem is it was not easy and he asserts very often two main problems: 1) The walls around this chamber are filled with "mistakes". ie from his thesis: ......."N" is missplaced? But that's not all. In this forty pages of a 284 page thesis/ turned book....he makes several distinct notes which make the wall of this chamber even stranger. 2) the hieroglyphs are "mixed' with Hieratic Script which was painted and added on to the "carved" scripts around the walls. Which as I think you might remember I asserted in earlier posts that around the false door would probably contain the actual coded message. Now Hieratic Script is not found on the walls of tombs. Let alone mixed with standard Hieroglyphs. But that's not all. There are distinct "changes" noted by several scholars who've worked to figure out this chamber. None of which make sense. From two different sources first one Dr Dorman asserts on the "water mark".... The sixth cluster is out of place indeed! but he also asserts on the writing in that cluster: In the 40 pages of decyphered texts on the wall and ceiling he as several times admitted it's been "hacked". Unusual term indeed considering my asserts. But he is not the only one to notice the hacking of the Standing Man. Here is his assertion using the term Hacked: Now, just so you know around the walls of that chamber is the Book of the Dead and it's been massively hacked with painted Hieratic Script. In fact here is some of that script painted on and they are dates. Of course Dr. Dorman is not going to write a thesis and assert this has been hacked from someone in the future right? But I am convinced it is because of the massive inconstant things within that ceiling and the walls that surround it. Not one person who has studied this tomb can make sense of the placement within that ceiling. Even Dr. Dorman asserts they "made mistakes" and he greatly attempts to make sense of it. Which I've turned around and flatly disagree with. One would be assertion on the two turtles of which his explanation makes absolutely no sense at all. So I don't know encryption or cryptography but I know there is something here and it's starts with "N". Brook Brook Posts: 3440 Join date: 2010-08-21 Age: 62 Post n°55 Re: Egyptian Folklore II Brook on Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:18 pm the Book of the Dead is very common. Hacking it with Hieratic Script is NOT common. In fact several times in those 40 plus pages he notes the misplacement of N. The fact that it was hacked into and painted upon the carved hieroglyphs of a common theme such as the Book of the Dead is also key. Many of the words were changed and don't again make sense as to the content. The Book of the Dead is very common and no great secrets to erase or change there. Which of course makes this even more interesting. Note: Here is one of the walls containing the Book of the Dead. Each one of those vertical lines of script contain carved and painted script of a different nature. One Hieroglyph the other painted on Hieratic. Now of course it's hard to see given the shadow of the photograph but it's been noted as there. If you were to take each one of those lines and extact the Hieratic script perhaps there you'll find the coded unproven theorem. added this view of one of the walls because that sure looks like the mouth of a wormhole to me. But of course that is actually the passage to the underworld.