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Aaron-UK
12-08-2005, 02:47 PM
First to give me the correct long & lat (within a margin of .1 N/S & .1 E/W) will win 1000 geos...

It'll be 1969 to see
a squared circle of authority
Cheops gets the point I mean
but only the bare bones are seen...


Good luck guys...

Timmetie
12-08-2005, 04:15 PM
2958'40.90"N, 31 8'4.00"E

on the south side, something like that?

CosaNostra1977
12-08-2005, 09:31 PM
Great Pyramid of Teotihuacan
1941'31.83"N 9850'37.03"W

maxxxheimer
12-08-2005, 09:34 PM
yep, cheops pyramide me also thinks :spin:

Timmetie
12-08-2005, 09:42 PM
well i was thinking of this boat being dug up in 1969, which is now housed in an museum at my given location which is actually a erm, hectagon (6 corners), which is essentially a circle with corners.

ive chosen to ignore the authority and bones thing :D

maby thats what CosaNostra went for.

CosaNostra1977
12-08-2005, 09:59 PM
Wrestling Women vs. Aztec Mummy
The first time you could the Movie was 1969
Wresting is referred to as the Squared Circle
The pyramid in the movie is called the Great Pyramid of Teotihuacan, Cheops built the great pyramid of Giza
Bare bones refers to the mummy

I guess we'll find out whenever aaron logs back on.

Timmetie
12-08-2005, 10:06 PM
jesus christ, that has more logic to it..

but a isnt the idea of a mummy NOT to have bare bones?

and the link between cheops and the other piramid is that cheops build a pyramid as well?

wobly wobly!

;)

Aaron-UK
12-09-2005, 11:15 AM
Hi guys...

As the great Roy Walker says... "Its good but its not right"

Time for a clue maybe...

Line 1 - not a year and I might have (deliberately) mis-spelt a word...

Line 2 - the last word is the key and I perhaps should have said 'a square and a circle'...

Line 3 - You're all on the right lines thinking pyramid... and it's the peak of a pyramid that is the grid ref I'm after...

Line 4 - Now if you can only see the bare bones of something...


Of course, I really should decrease the prize but I'm really hungover at the moment and not feeling particularly mean so I'll give you all a few more hours before I do... I'm online now for the rest of the day so I'll keep checking in...


Good luck!

sinner
12-09-2005, 10:01 PM
29 58′41″N, 31 07′53″E

In 1954 two intact Egyptian ships were found at the foot of the Great Pyramid.

Around 2600 BC, during the Old Kingdom, the two planked ships were dismantled and buried in two pits, just outside the great pyramid of Pharaoh Cheops (Khufu). Each pit is 30 m long, carved in the rock and covered with a lid of large stone blocks.

Cheops 1 was assembled 1969-71 and is on public display at the Cheops pyramid outside Cairo, where a museum building was created for the ship in 1982.

The pit believed to contain the second ship, Cheops 2, is still not excavated, but there are plans to open the pit and assemble that ship in the future, when there is enough experience from the treatment of the first ship.

The pits were found intact and all pieces of the first ship carefully recovered. The ships are nowdays known as the "Cheops ships", "Khufu ships", "Solar ships" or "Cheops boats". They may have been the private ships of the pharaoh, buried in the pyramid

sinner
12-09-2005, 10:14 PM
http://www.circlesquare.org/

Circle in the Square Theatre School ...

40 degrees, 45', 41.93" N x 73 degrees, 59', 02.65 W

tony bennett
12-09-2005, 11:12 PM
It all sounds Masonic to me ;)

blitzkrieg
12-10-2005, 12:42 AM
It all sounds Masonic to me ;)

Well then it would be the Hammer in the Sickle Theatre School.

tony bennett
12-10-2005, 12:41 PM
Well then it would be the Hammer in the Sickle Theatre School.

Eye Eye :lol: