Swede, on 02 October 2013 - 12:44 AM, said:

Bert: Merely a note or two+:

- Has it ever entered your "sphere of research"/mentality to actually investigate/acknowledge the rather extensive information with which you have already been presented (courtesy of numerous worthy contributors) ?

- Did you actually take the time to read the clear rebuttal to the arguments presented by Bee?

- Did you actually take the time to read and digest the extensive rebuttals to virtually every single fanciful "point" of your spurious position?

- Do you have the internal capacity to realize that you repeatedly cite a fraud

- Do you have the personal courage to acknowledge that your understandings of simple mathematical functions are sorely lacking and are based upon the mathematical inadequacies of a demonstrable fraud?

And lastly,

**and most emphatically**, do you, in any manner, understand the definition of the term

redundancy?

Please do address the above in detail.

Edit: Format.

1. Worthy contributors ?

or debunkers who some reason do not want to accept that the height to base ratio of the Great Pyramid

is 7 / 11 or that Pi as demonstrated as a key to the pyramid message of the 'circle'.

Once again - height 481ft divided by 7 = 68.71ft

How many 68.71 units fit the base dimension of 756 ft ?

68.71ft x 11 = 755.85 ft (756)

We can now with confidence use the 7 / 11 ratio to take the shape of the Great Pyramid and, as David Furlong

did, see how it fits the twin circle landscape geometry he had discovered on the Marlborough Downs.

This ratio was used twice by the 'designers / builders' of the Furlong discovery, in the pyramid shape and in the

vesica formed by his circles in which the pyramid lies.

This leads to Temple Farm as a significant location.

2. The 'bee' named 'head' exists very close to Temple Farm and we can at present only speculate if that is linked

to Temple Farm and this ancient Knights Templar base.

3. Covered by point 1.

4. I am just looking at the work of a published author and have done a little research to see what we might be able

to learn from his work, clearly over many years, and discoveries leading to Temple Farm.

Your use of the word 'fraud' is disingenuous and in my opinion false.

5. See point 4

This thread on UM points out certain facts of which other UM users might not be aware or the significance of which

might have been overlooked.

Another UM user has already added to my knowledge with further data and I fully expect others to take up the story

and maybe come up with further useful information in the future.

My contribution is just another piece in a long running jigsaw puzzle for other UM users to consider.

I am not asking them to believe anything but just to note the facts on which they can then maybe reach

an informed opinion.