Once used as a ceremonial spot for the followers of a secretive religious sect, these are the underground caves offering safe haven after leaders of the free world brutally dismantled the group's power base
Consider the placement of geodetic centers on the globe. A geodetic center is the 'navel' from which measurements are made in a certain culture. Today, the accepted center is located at Greenwich, England. Apparently the Romans had a stone that is still in London that they used for measurements there. In Egypt the geodetic center was once located at Thebes (Karnak Temple), and in Greece it had been at Delphi.
Curiously we find that if we divide ninety by seven, then multiply by 2 we get Thebes latitude, multiply by 3 and we arrive at the latitude of Delphi, and (90/7) x 4 equals the latitude of Greenwich. Delphi is at 38 27 north latitude, about 38.5 degrees. You will note that Jefferson located Monticello at 38 north, and that the north point of the district is located very near 39 north; one degree straddling the Delphi latitude. Monterrey, Mexico is parallel to Thebes.
Exciting new discoveries on the Eston Hills dates life on Teesside at more than 10,000 years old.
Archaeologists digging on the hills have discovered what’s believed to be an ancient henge - evidence of mesolithic life, along with flint and other materials, dating back to around 8,500BC.
Most test pits uncovered flint tools, with three hearths and a post hole uncovered. Further geophysical work needs to be carried out to identify other features.
But the 90m diameter henge - which was discovered after a layer of peat and then clay was found on top of more peat - is the most impressive.
“That points to a society,” said Adam. “The number of people that would be needed to move that amount of earth would be incredible.
“It points to a much larger settlement than we thought.
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