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Message Subject Can anyone help me decipher what this "sign" says? I found this "Tomb" in the cemetary... It may have an important message for me!
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1. The creature is NOT a griffin, but a Lamassu, a winged lion from the Sumarians. Classically, these are the gatekeepers and in this instance this is the gatekeeper of Christianity by virtue of the cross.
2. Schumann was a composer who was particularly famous for one particular concept, the "Scherzo" or musical joke. A "musical joke" is where a piece of music has special properties, such as...if you turn the score upside down it sounds the same or if you play it backwards it plays the same or it is composed of just one bar which is repeated by being played upside down, backward or rotated by say 180 degrees or where the notes spell out a word. It would give me the impression that there might be a special meaning to this that can only be discovered if the photos are, say turned upside down or say, developed in only red and green with yellow missing or with a bllue filter or in balc and white etc.
3. The x and y axis might not be normal Cartesian coordinates. It is interesting to note that it is not divided into 1/8ths but into 12 pieces. and a rotation is given. THis gicves the impression of a diagram of a complex number, ie a multiple of the square root of a negative numner. In this instance, as it is in 12 pieces, it would give the imopression of being a 12th root of a number. ALSO, as each slice is a 60 degree rotation, each slice marks out the unique angle where the sine tangent is precisely 0.5 - could this be linked to spherical astronomy?
4. The equation has there variables theat are taken to the second power. All x2 + y2 = z2 mark out some form of circle or ellipse. This would give an indication that it is giving the coordinates for an orbiting body which would fit with the diagram of the orbiting planets.
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Alot of interesting insight here as Well! Thanks again for your input and EVERYONE who has contributed. I have alot more leads with research to go on from all this now. I knew I could count on my fellow GLP'ers! :)