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Nov 19, 2009 at 11:33 PM


The Paris Meridian was incorporated in 1667 into the design of the Paris Observatory, official keepers of UTC (Universal Coordinated Time), which is in turn based on atomic time, accurate to one-millionth of a second. The Paris Meridian is located2°20"14'E of the Greenwich Meridian, and 33° from The Holy Land and from Safed

The Sulpice Meridian, a.k.a. "The Rose Line," is marked by acopper line installed in the floor of the Église Saint-Sulpice in Paris. It tells the the exact moment of mid-day, the solstices and equinoxes, when struck by the rays of the sun. The Sulpice Meridian runs about 340 feet west of the Paris Meridian, though it is often confused with the latter. Modern-day alchemists consider the Sulpice Meridian to represent a profound mystery. 

Page Bryant gave full credit to her spirit guide, Albion, in identifying and interpreting the vortices of Sedona." 

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