“The Origins of the Master Builders, Maya Harrington’s doctoral thesis.
The devolution of human knowledge is a commonly held belief that as man progresses forward in time, layering discovery upon discovery, and knowledge upon knowledge, he has advanced both technologically and intellectually.
But what if there was once a time of great knowledge, universally shared by all. The further we move forward in time, the more remote and lost this wisdom becomes. Our most important technological discoveries are but rediscovery of things that were once widely known?
Albert Einstein agreed with Professor Charles Hapgood’s theory of a great Polar shift. The belief that the skin of the earth, or the crust as it’s called, slipped 2700 miles overnight around 10,500 B.C. As the old North Pole dropped down to a region close to Ohio, on the other side of the world, Siberia was wrested from a warm temperate climate into an arctic wasteland, and Africa was pulled up by the boot strap to where it is today.
In October of 1884, twenty-five European countries gathered in Washington DC to make the final decision for the prime meridian, the zero longitude. Though there was considerable lobbying to run the zero meridian through the Great Pyramids, the exact geographical center of the worlds land mass, due to the inordinate number of committee members hailing from across the British empire, in the end, it was decided that the city of Greenwich, England would boast the prime meridian, thus the common expression, Greenwich mean time.”
But by setting the location of the great pyramid, instead of Greenwich, as the obvious north/south zero meridian and dropping them south 2700 miles, where they would have resided prior to Hapgood’s polar shift, you form a base point for the exact center of the earths north/south and east/west zero-point axis, which not-so-coincidentally would have been the exact center of the global land mass at that time. And of course, as you get closer to the equator, the distance in miles between degrees increases substantially due to the bulge of the earth. Were lines of longitude degree at the poles may be mere miles apart, at the equator they can become hundreds of miles between each single increment.
Using the pre-shift zero baselines set prior to that great cataclysm, there is a compellingly link to the most enigmatic, ancient archeological sites from around the world, into what appears to be a systematic, geographical, global positioning system.
The ancient world’s most sacred locations appear to have been constructed according to a global master plan whose sites are keyed off of the Great Pyramids of Giza in exact measures.
A circle is cut into 360 degrees, and in the year 10,500 BC, the Great Pyramids marked the global equivalent of point zero. With the earth’s land masses at pre-cataclysmic locations upon the face of the globe, and the distance of degree between each other point of land on the globe greatly distorted from where it is today, mans most sacred centers were universally spaced at exact intervals of five and ten degrees increments from the center of the Great Pyramid.
- Easter Island 140 degrees west
- Teotihuacán and Tula in Mexico 130 degrees west
- Copan and Quirigua 120 degrees west
- Quito Ecuador 110 degrees west
- Tiahuanaco 100 degrees west
The lists goes on and on. Angkor Watt, Machu Picchu, Jerusalem, Roslyn, Nazca, Byblos, Babylon, Stonehenge. You cover every five-degree interval and 10 Pi latitudes of landmass on the planet. Not six, not four, but increments of ten degrees. Ur of the Chaldees 15 degrees east, Lhasa in Tibet 60 degrees east, and so on. Encapsulating 144 of mans most sacred sites.
Whereas one culture may appropriate another, such as the Mayans taking over the Olmecs, or the European Christians taking over ancient Druid sites, the location never change, and the sacredness remains.
Who were the architects of this great global grid? Who constructed the sacred sites? Why, what are they revealing to humanity? Do they offer hope, or a warning? This is the riddle of The Master Builders. Maya and her team sets out to discovery who they were, and what is their message for humanity in The Lion’s Gate. Book I of The Time Master Trilogy.
For more detailed information about how Maya came to these conclusions, attached are two fundamental books she used in her research. For those who want to see alternative views of mans journey across time, aka, history, these are worthy of your attention, The Atlantis Blueprint by Colin Wilson and Rand Flem-ath, and Path of the Pole by Charles Hapgood.