The Co-Incidences at Giza, Rennes le Chateau and on the canvases of Poussin

 

   Hi all. On this page rather than try to prove anything I am simply going to list and show a series of co-incidences found at and on The Giza Plateau, at Rennes le Chateau and on the canvasses of Nicolas Poussin and Jan Van Eyck.  I will leave it up to the reader to decide for themselves how many co-incidences are needed before one examines the evidence with a little more open mind and perhaps determine how many co-incidences make a fact..

 

Most recent and accurate drawing of The Giza Plateau posted by The Giza Mapping Project (1999)

 

Painting of  'Et in Arcadia Ego' by Nicolas Poussin ( as pictured in Sister Wendy's book )
1637-39
Oil on canvas, 185 x 121 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris
 

On the Poussin painting above I have started by simply drawing a horizontal and a vertical line through the eye of "The Golden Shepherdess. What follows is taken from this simple beginning. It starts off with a peculiar co-incidence. The distance from the left edge of the painting to the vertical line is in an exact proportion to The Golden Mean with an assigned value of one for the distance from left edge of painting to vertical line gives us a distance of .618033988 from vertical line to right side of painting. All in all very interesting and to the best of my knowledge never commented on before. This is co-incidence number 1. Going hand in hand with this is the fact that both staffs (staves ?) and maybe all three begin at the horizontal line which has been drawn.

 

The next exercise we are going to do is to draw vertical lines from where the staffs meet the horizontal line downward. This would give us the following configuration:

So far very simple and nothing that can be construed as out of the ordinary. The next thing we are going to do is a logical consequence of the painting itself. Our attention is drawn almost immediately to a pointing finger. Perhaps we should draw a line from the eye of the shepherdess through the pointing finger. This is what this little exercise yields.

 

To end this particular page we are simply going to draw a horizontal line from the point of intersection of the purple site line and the vertical line drawn from the tip of the staff furthest left. This gives us this configuration.

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