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Hello GHMB.

It's time once again to present some more of my investigations on the subject of whether any ancient civilization but particularly the Ancient Egyptians could have known and utilized the properties of Light in their construction activities. The numerical value of the word Light in the later Greek alpha/numerical system of notation is Phi-500 + Omega-800 + Sigma-200 = 1500. Later, I will try to shed some light on this value's connection to the Speed of Light. But first I have to define that value once again, as I have mentioned over the years in terms of an Old Meter unit of 39.375 or 39 3/8ths. inches, just to please Jacob's fractional penchant for describing units of measure. My equation for the Speed of Light is a simple one of 3 x 10^8 of these Meter units, deducted by a 1225th part, or x 1224/1225 = 299,755,102 OM's. That translates to 186,282.4675 Miles per second, which is a reasonably accurate figure. But it is what this measurement reveals in a certain AE cubit of 12/7 ratio to the Imp.Ft., or 144/7 = 20 4/7th. ins., or decimal 20.571428 etc. ins., that I wish to call attention to further. And the answer to that calculation is 573,750,000 RC units. This to me is a very remarkable figure in it's clean composition. But what other properties does this value contain? How about I divide this figure by .17 to obtain an even larger figure of 1500^3= 3,375,000,000. This large figure is known as the Cube of Phos-1500 in a very arcane esoteric document found here.

[www.odeion.org]

I've studied this synopsis over the years and although it's mystical numerations seem to be just a bunch of mumbo jumbo to most,,, it still intrigues me just the same. The next post on this presentation will be to examine this AE value of the Speed of Light in terms of a Radian unit function, as haphazardly proposed by another Metric researcher named Mark Musgrave found here.

[mathforum.org]

Best regards,

Stephen

It's time once again to present some more of my investigations on the subject of whether any ancient civilization but particularly the Ancient Egyptians could have known and utilized the properties of Light in their construction activities. The numerical value of the word Light in the later Greek alpha/numerical system of notation is Phi-500 + Omega-800 + Sigma-200 = 1500. Later, I will try to shed some light on this value's connection to the Speed of Light. But first I have to define that value once again, as I have mentioned over the years in terms of an Old Meter unit of 39.375 or 39 3/8ths. inches, just to please Jacob's fractional penchant for describing units of measure. My equation for the Speed of Light is a simple one of 3 x 10^8 of these Meter units, deducted by a 1225th part, or x 1224/1225 = 299,755,102 OM's. That translates to 186,282.4675 Miles per second, which is a reasonably accurate figure. But it is what this measurement reveals in a certain AE cubit of 12/7 ratio to the Imp.Ft., or 144/7 = 20 4/7th. ins., or decimal 20.571428 etc. ins., that I wish to call attention to further. And the answer to that calculation is 573,750,000 RC units. This to me is a very remarkable figure in it's clean composition. But what other properties does this value contain? How about I divide this figure by .17 to obtain an even larger figure of 1500^3= 3,375,000,000. This large figure is known as the Cube of Phos-1500 in a very arcane esoteric document found here.

[www.odeion.org]

I've studied this synopsis over the years and although it's mystical numerations seem to be just a bunch of mumbo jumbo to most,,, it still intrigues me just the same. The next post on this presentation will be to examine this AE value of the Speed of Light in terms of a Radian unit function, as haphazardly proposed by another Metric researcher named Mark Musgrave found here.

[mathforum.org]

Best regards,

Stephen

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