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Previously I wrote:

< Now where do you suppose this acreage is located? That would correspond to the AE cubit of 1134/55 x those previous mentioned perimeter values of the Giza grid rectangle. Or I could multiply that value by 3025/3024 to obtain the Saxon derived cubit 20.625 in. also as 154.6875 acres.>

As an addendum to this aforesaid distributional grain metrologic system, it should be noted that this last figure of 154.875 acres of the Gizamid Grid, is likewise scalar by binary multiplication as, x 16 = 2475 acres, and x 128 = 316,800. This last figure corresponding to a longitude degree length at the Giza plateau in Ft. units once again. Which figure is further recognizable as the square of 7920 Mi. Canonical Diameter of the Earth, x 40. It would appear that both of these two derived AE cubit values are inseparably intertwined. You can't use one without defining the other and vice versa.

Best regards,

Stephen

< Now where do you suppose this acreage is located? That would correspond to the AE cubit of 1134/55 x those previous mentioned perimeter values of the Giza grid rectangle. Or I could multiply that value by 3025/3024 to obtain the Saxon derived cubit 20.625 in. also as 154.6875 acres.>

As an addendum to this aforesaid distributional grain metrologic system, it should be noted that this last figure of 154.875 acres of the Gizamid Grid, is likewise scalar by binary multiplication as, x 16 = 2475 acres, and x 128 = 316,800. This last figure corresponding to a longitude degree length at the Giza plateau in Ft. units once again. Which figure is further recognizable as the square of 7920 Mi. Canonical Diameter of the Earth, x 40. It would appear that both of these two derived AE cubit values are inseparably intertwined. You can't use one without defining the other and vice versa.

Best regards,

Stephen

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