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Pateo TV #01: The Clock of Giza

TheClockOfGizaIn this first live online broadcast of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp explained once more the Clock of Giza. In 2011, he discovered this “clock” that lies as a hidden circle on the Giza plateau near the Egyptian capital Cairo, as described in the paper “Solving the Gizeh Puzzle“. About a year later, he corrected his understanding of the transition from the Iron Age to the Golden Age on this Clock of Giza, as explained in the paper “The Clock of Giza“.

The Clock of Giza shows the time in third temporal dimension. Plato referred to this third dimension of time as the Great Year. It is also known as the axial precession, or the precession of the equinoxes. In this first episode of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp explained that this third dimension of time is caused by the energetic dance of our sun Helios with the stars of the Sirius solar system. (more…)

About Johan Oldenkamp

Johan_Oldenkamp (staand)Dr. Johan H. Oldenkamp was a professor of knowledge transfer, innovation and entrepreneurship at the Stenden Univerisity. In the autumn of 2008, he consciously resigned that appointment, in order to devote all his time, energy and savings to the further development of Wholly Science. Since then, he lives (by his own choice) without income from a job or unemployment benefit. Before his professorship, Johan worked as a researcher and lecturer at the University of Groningen, as a member of the scientific staff of the Dutch Telematics Institute, as a management consultant at Ernst & Young Consulting (and its successors), as a freelance trainer, teacher, consultant, and coach, and also as a martial arts teacher. Johan graduated in cognitive psychology. Next, he completed a postgraduate education in knowledge engineering, and he got a PhD for researching how to combine artificial intelligence heuristics with operations research algorithms. (more…)

The Clock of Giza

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The content of the first two parts of the video presentation titled “The Clock of Giza” is not entirely correct. The additional third part corrects this mistake. To read more about this, click here. (more…)