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Stephen

you say ' It's one thing for someone like John Neal to cite the ratio of an Assyrian Ft. to an Imperial Ft. as 21/20, and another thing entirely to explain why and how this came about. ----- It can't be done through simple linear measurement analysis. One thing I do know, is that what we call the Imperial Metric system, and Megalithic Metric systems, are co-joined at the Vesica hip, in this evolutionary prerecorded history process.'

copy that.

i nave come into this late in life but with a plan. I watched a documentary by Mike Parker Pearson on Stonehenge and the genetics of cattle found at SH from other areas of the UK. It was a quite brilliant amalysis but the final conclusions were jaw droppingly unrelated to the findings with the flimsiest of evidence so i did some research. I stumbled upon a book called 'civilisation one' by Knight and Butler and this led me to Thom's first book. After i had read the introduction i knew immediately that 'something was rotten in the State of Denmark'

I went away for a couple of months to a warm comfortable place and analysed Thom's outputs and summarised them in my first book. It was immediately clear that he had discovered a system of measurement and that the megalithic yard was just a component.I decided the best place to have the book reviwed was the megalithic portal and paid to have a run of copies published professionally. The book lays out an audit programme to be followed that at the time of publication i belived would enable 'the megalithic code' to be cracked in particular the relationship between the imperial system and Thom's system.

The plan was to publicly record this process on the megalithic portal website as on line working papers and findings and this is now complete. In the process three more books. 'The Answer', 'Proving the Megalithic Yard' and 'The Eclipse'. All very public and at times quite fraught because i had backed myself that i could do it.

In my naivety I had no idea of the depth of the rift between Thom and the archaeology profession or that the portal was populated by very many archaeologists so it was never going to be a match made in heaven.

Anway i quickly linked the imperial and Thom's system using the ratio 33 to 34. This is a proof. If you use a unit of 33/34 imperial feet in the imperial system you get Thom's system. Thom's work has been systematically rubbished by academia using pseudo scentific evidence carrying no weight whatsoever. Thom was right.

It is ironic to be saying this on Graham Hancock's website as his work is supposedly pseudo scientific. The methods used to trash Thom are now turned on GH and he is accused of using methods already employed against Thom. It is catch 22.

Once the 99 to 102 relationship between the imperial and Thom is understood, and how the length of the unit is crtical to producing the system, the obvious base to look at is 100 as this is one step above the imperial and the 'universally sacred' base discovered by Thom. This is done in my last book.

Pi appears to go with the bases

99 is 1760/560
100 is 31416/10000
102 is 1632/520

Once it is realised that a unit of 99/102 imperial feet divided into the imperial system produces Thom's system the base 100 system can be reproduced.

This is 5280/99 x 100 = 5333.33333r the eclipse system (Universally sacred)

It is also 1320 x 100/99 = 1333.3333 base unit 1.3333 this is 4/3 or inverted 3/4.

It appears that we have been looking at the imperial system with our eyes wide shut.

In the last book the suggestion is that our ancestors so delighted and revelled in these numbers they hid the imperial system's sacred unit on top of a non sacred base 99 system. They are still laughing at us.

The imperial foot is base 100 as 100 x 0.12 and the unit that works with the imperial system is 9 x 10 x 11 x 12 = 11880 / 1000 or 11.88 inches or 0.99 of a foot.This is 99 x 0.12.

5280 / 0.99 = 5333.333r the eclipse prediction system, a naturally ocurring system.

Thom's unit is 102 x 0.12 = 1.02 feet.

5440 / 1.02 = 5333.333r the eclipse system.

All systems converge on base 100. The Welsh (Druidic), the Scottish (Pictish), and the English imperial [using the correct sacred unit on the wrong base system].

'Proving the megalithic yard' is a vital stepping stone to confirming that the imperial system is ancient.

Here is the eclipse times table.

1.333333333
2.666666667
4
5.333333333
6.666666667
8
9.333333333
10.66666667
12
13.33333333
14.66666667
16
17.33333333
18.66666667
20
21.33333333
22.66666667
24
25.33333333
26.66666667
28
29.33333333 x 12 = 352 x 15 = 5280

They did not use decimals probably.

The base unit is 4/3 and the inversion 3/4.

This unit as root 4/3 and root 3/4 explains Hugh Franklin's anaysis of the GP.

At SH they did not use square roots they used Pi squared as

1760/560 x 1632/520 x 91 = 89760 imperial feet the Aubrey circumference in units of 0.12 of an imperial foot.

This is one season of 91 days so x 4 to get the 364 day Asimov year and x 8 to get the 10 day reset period using 365.25 day years.

Happy New Year to all the people i have agreed with and crossed swords with on this journey so far, still a long way to go.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 31-Dec-17 10:51 by DavidK.

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