Published on Oct 13, 2016
What has been discovered is that the Celtic cross was a ancient mathematical measuring instrument that allows any observer, with sufficient knowledge, to find their geographical position anywhere in the world. You could say it was the world's oldest computer, certainly the working cross still is an instrument that can be used for remarkably accurate navigation, astronomy and surveying.
Research into the cross as an ancient instrument of navigation throughout history discovered that there are actual artifacts of this instrument in the Great Pyramid of Khufu at Giza, Egypt. Thus proving that pyramids all over the world could not exist without the cross and therefore the cross is older than the pyramids. This excellent research shows how the Ancient Egyptian knowledge was derived from the skills of even more ancient sea going people that crossed the Atlantic and other oceans of the world long before Christopher Columbus.