My apologies for my absence.
Cyrellys, you have written quite a bit. I will have to make sure to have the others look at your post. I'm going to respond to certain parts, but not everything at this time. You have some good ideas here, and we would love you have you join us in the IRC!
For those of you just coming across this thread and are interested in the photo I posted in the original post, here is a link that will direct you to all of our current theories concerning it: http://432hunabku.referata.com/wiki/the_first_lesson#The_Abducted_Preceptor
Also, we have gotten several new images since I posted this thread. All of which have been posted to the wiki with our most up to date theories. The most recent being the second lesson which we have pretty much completely figured out except for two minor details.
Cyrellys wrote:the following is just a personal relay of my mental meandering on it, and you need not take it worth more than a grain of salt especially if you've already come to your own conclusions about it
I come here with the intention to take all input with.. well.. whatever saying that is the antonym of "grain of salt"
Cyrellys wrote:23038 X 2 then divided by 100 in simplistic terms gives 460.76
Yes, the main problem is whether or not y=2r/100 and also what u signifies.
Cyrellys wrote:Your planet-like U object looks remarkably like a navigational sight.
Interesting idea. We have not yet concluded what u means. We don't know if it is actually a unit, or if it holds a value in the same way we have been able to apply a value to r, e and i.
Cyrellys wrote:with regards to the trajectory of the cone which narrows to the planet-like object that a celestial object approaches us from behind the sun from that direction
Very interesting point of view on this. We will have to give it some more thought and research.
Cyrellys wrote:And why would you jump from circumference "e" to circumference "i" in order to arrive at (y)"u"?
We're not entirely sure. We are pretty sure that e-i = the speed of light. So, (y)u could actually be (m)s as in the speed of light. Until we can define u based on the three notched circles around u, it'll be a question unanswered.
I highly recommend checking the wiki again. We have added many new theories/sources to the different images. Like I said above, we'd love to have you join us on the IRC to discuss it all in real time. Everything we put on the wiki comes from the group discussion.
Cyrellys wrote:Again thank you for the post and invitation to the members and observers of our small community here.
Thank you all for providing a forum for free, open minded discussion for things like this. I've attempted to bring some of these images to other forums and received nothing but negative commentary.
I really hope that some bright minds from this community can help solve all these images.
I will attach the latest image to this post.