pyramidology


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pyramidology

(ˌpɪrəmɪˈdɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) a belief system based on the supposed occult significance of the Egyptian pyramids
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According to made-up source Orion Bauval, an expert in pyramidology (not made up), the three cities create an arrow-shaped triangle, pointing directly at California, home of the Google Kingdom.
John Taylor do confirms this perception in his A Case of Science, Pseudo Science and Religion Pyramidology (see www.GreatGreen.com/Pyramid.hem).
Ruskin's implicit, tactful transaction with the heterodox scientific subject of pyramidology, given momentum by arguments about weights and measures in Parliament in 1864, just before the book was written, imparted depth as well as contemporaneity to his formulation of the spirit of life as associable with human personality in The Ethics.
It was a challenging procedure initially tested in the transmutation of Pyramidology in The Ethics.
(36) It was this conviction that found covert expression in the silent negotiation with Pyramidology in The Ethics of the Dust in a way that was articulate of a broader fact about his intellectual and emotional life in the wake of Unto this Last.
Fads and fantasies come and go: psychic spoon-bending, pyramidology, faces on Mars, poltergeists and, most recently, quantum healing, the UFO "cover-up," and alien abductions which, according to a recent Time/CNN poll, an incredible 64 per cent of Americans now believe possible.
Mubarak did not pursue the measurements theory, certainly one of the great tangled webs of (at least Western) pyramidology, as far as many others did.