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25800 divided by 12 = 2150. The month of our solar year is represented by the moon. 2160 is a number associated with the moon also. (It's diameter) I remember reading that the month of the great year was 2160 x 12 = 25920. Perhaps the Younger Dryas Event shifted our pole (It was until then at Hudson Bay) and axis of rotation, changing the times and numbers I've just listed. If you want to know more about the Pyramids, look up Randal Carlson on Sacred geometry international. Incredible details and knowledge for you all to absorb.

I've seen a lot of the work I've done over the last 9 years showing up here and there with other peoples ideas about what it means. I don't personally feel that we have enough information to be sure of very much yet. See what you think.

you are confusing archaeology with hard sciences, going from point a to point be in history (thus in archaeology) is not a straight line. Anyone thinking it is not worse any other answers

Those "mountains of evidence" you refer to are actually just stacks of assumptions coated in a thin layer of evidence. Convincing from a distance, perhaps, but fails to hold up under close scrutiny. Advcocates are aware of this problem, which is why there is an ongoing effort to stifle discussion and dissuade serious research into the topic by using mockery and ridicule.
Ad hominem is strong evidence of a weak argument...in any debate.

Also, using astrology to date historical sites is not inaccurate, it's impossible. Astrology is a mystical tradition that infers meaning upon the positions of celestial objects during subjectively significant moments in time. A date must be provided for it to even begin...so it cannot possibly be used to date anything.

Astronomy, on the other hand, can be used to date things. In fact, astronomy is the branch of science from which we derive all of our metrology of time. Our calendar, for instance, is based on various astronomical cycles. and can be checked against them.

I do find it amusing that you so catgorically state that using astronomical dating methods is "almost always inaccurate". Really? Inaccurate based on what....the dates arrived at by mainstream archaeologists using conventional methods?

Begging the Question much?

You mean all the marble vase found in Egypt made in one piece who could only have been drilled by diamond drill set on CNC lathe? Or like each stone of the pyramids have been cut into different shape and yet each one has it place perfectly fit to resists almost any earthquake? The list goes on. In Peru some of gold jewelries could only been made by "fritage" (sintering in English). Of course for that you need to have knowledge of chemistry, the melting point of metals and how much pressure to give... and you have that knowledge right?