I have now come across new information on how the Great Wall of Jerusalem,Kaaba,Angkorvat and Serpent in Ohio are intricately aligned.
Here it is.
The distance from the point marked by the square and compass to the center of the Kailash Temple of Ellora is exactly 6666.66 nautical miles.
Related to my research in It’s About Time, and the Verne Code in Quantification I deduced that 111111 x 111111 millimeters = 6666 nautical miles. That fact seems to tie in with the repdigits and divisibility by 11’s in McMahon’s research. Repdigits are keys. By the way, the square root of 111111 = 333.333.
The Kailash Temple is designed to recall Mount Kailash, the home of Lord Shiva. It is a megalith carved out of one single basalt crystalline rock. It was built in the 8th century by King Krishna I.
5 days ago Facebook friend David Smith shared an image of “AMAZING ELLORA CAVES” on my wall (thank you David). I learned about them in university years ago as an example of subtractive architecture, where rock was removed to reveal the temple, much like a giant sculpture. Abu Simbel in Egypt and Petra in Jordan come to mind. I measured the distance from Ellora to these other subtractive architectures but nothing of significance comes up.
Yesterday Christel Pilz listened to my interview on Alchemy radio and decided to send me a message on Facebook, “So many scholars and researchers seem to ignore ancient sites in Asia such as the Kailash rock Temple at Ellora in India, which seems to be one of the special place on earth. Its origin going back much further than what conventional archaeology keeps saying.” She asked me to look into it and sent me a beautiful essay she wrote about it. I would like to discover more about Asian secrets in plain sight of which my knowledge is sadly lacking.
Also yesterday, and completely independently, Urban Asplund sent me an email saying he felt that places like Serpent Mound in Ohio, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and Ellora in Indianeed more attention. OK, I get it. With so many independent references to Ellora in a short period of time I felt I had better look closer, so I measured the distance from Ellora to Angkor Wat and discovered that it is 3141 km, recalling Pi. I felt that there was something still missing however.
I found it today so here it is: the distance from the Kailash Temple at Ellora to the Kaaba in Mecca has a map length of 33.0°. I finally see that three of the most sacred places in the world are in alignment, located precisely to encode specific distances. This is what I was meant to perceive, and you who are reading this as well. Think about it.
I have seen before that the Kaaba is 666.6 nautical miles from the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the most sacred place in Judaism. This is from Quantification, page 59:..