Monday, August 20, 2012
No, there will not be planets aligned over the top of the pyramids
There is a picture doing the rounds at the moment that allegedly shows a simulation in Starry Night Pro of how the pyramids will look on December 3, 2012. Each pyramid has a planet glowing over their tips. This is the blurb that accompanies the image.
Planetary alignment that will take place Dec 3, 2012 is dead-on alignment with the Pyramids at Giza. Night Sky in Giza, Egypt on December 3, 2012, local time … one hour before sunrise compared with the Pyramids at Giza.There is only one teeny tiny problem ... the sky over Giza will look nothing like this on 3 December, 2012 one hour before sunrise.
Stellarium simulation of the view from Giza to the left (click to embiggen)).
The second is the Pyramids orientation in the alleged simulated image. The image shows the planets floating over the Pyramids ... to the north-west! The planetary alignment will be in the south-east, you just won't see them like that.
Tip of the hat to David Greg who pointed the non-alignment out first.
Wikimedia commons (click to embiggen)
The orientation of the pyramids at Giza, the only way for the pyramids of the Queens to show up in the alleged simulated image is if you are looking north-east up the line of pyramids. For the planets to line up with the tips of the pyramids they would need to be in the north-west.
Which is impossible as the planets rise in the south east.
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The windows of this view will be just an hour before sunrise.
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For the record, I did not create the picture presented here, (shared with the world just days after it was fused to my blog after a full year quietly being viewed by hundreds of people a day….) however I am responsible for the information that will be found beneath that picture, and all subsequent responses below in the comments section that, as of this date August 28, 2012, bare my name.
I found the picture in question on another website that was mirroring my '2012 and the Pyramids at Giza' blog, and down in the comments section I wrote, "...here is an artist’s idea of what December 3, 2012 planetary convergence will look like one hour before sunrise.
Before the posting of that comment that picture was not fused with my blog. I was not even asked if that picture should be placed within my blog... truth is if the people at world-mysteries.com had asked, I would've said, "why not... it’s an awesome picture." For you see, if you actually take the time to read my entire blog, and my comments below, you will learn the planetary alignment on December 3, 2012 is just the beginning. Its up to the reader to decide if they want to see or not... I'm not interested in making anyone believe or disbelieve what I had to say. I'm only interested if they're willing to see. What I do find interesting however, is how the rest of the information found within that blog has been completely ignored by all and only the "new header picture" is being torn apart all across the Internet while internet news site after internet news site keeps calling me a hoaxer. Very interesting indeed. Perhaps, just perhaps using the picture in question is an attempt to harden people from looking just below the surface by some… for if a person is willing to do just a little bit of work… the information that they will in fact find... it just might force the whole world to re-examine everything we've ever been told to believe in.
Outside of that, thank you for taking the time to share my blog with your readers and your concerns.
They won't be overlapping each other, but it does appear that one could find an eyepoint where the planets were above each pyramid (though it looks as if terrain would require that the eyepoint be above the ground).
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