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Stephen

your workings are tremenously impressive and now you are into base 2.

My Stonehenge calcs are base 2 to the power 10 used twice as base 2 power 5 then later in the sequence used again as base 2 power 5.

As I say the imperial system appears to have been misunderstood as it is a base 100 unit the foot plonked on a base 99 system. The unit of translation is 0.99 feet giving 5333.333r units in the mile and this x 2.5 = 13333.333r or 1320 x 100/99.

This is 4/3 x 10000 or 100 x 100 so is squared.

If my calcs are helping you that is a real bonus and my theory or whatever you want to call it is developing into an ancient understanding of natural numbers expressed via the UK monuments and expressed at Giza in s lightly different ratio as 27207/27200.(27207 is the Hugh Franklin Megalithic Yard.)

Hugh Franklin uses root 4/3 and root 3/4 at Giza to define the dimensions of the Great Pyramid.

That 4/3 comes into your calcs to me is what is to be expected.

Hugh has identified that the unit used at Giza is derived from the hexagon produced by bees building hives and the barleycorn unit tells u the time at stonehenge as 86400 barleycorns are Michell's 31680 units within the canon.

31680 x 34/33 is 32640 Thom's megalithic yard expressed in inches.

So lots falling into place since i have had access to your workings.

31680/86400 = 0.36666r and this is the ancient barleycorn and 40 of these produce the eclipse unit as 14.666r.

The distance between old sarum and Stonehenge is 31680 feet or 6 miles and English Heritage have this in their literature.

The suggestion is Old Sarum as the namme suggests represents the sun or Eye of horus if you look at Old sarum from above.

Old Sarum was possibly the centre of the UK megalithic world and Brodgar the extremity. This is exactly the opposite to what our archaeos suggest.

I will post on this on the Cracking the Megalithic Code thread at some stage. the ley line from Old Sarum to Brodgar i a real stunner.

[drive.google.com]

If you do not believe this level of accuracy is possible I am collaborating with bill Wilkinson, take a look at his findings

[www.youtube.com]

[www.youtube.com]

[www.youtube.com]

cheers

dave

you say

'241.77777r. Does this value ever show up in your Megalithic calculations? How about if I factor it further x 9/2 ratio = 1088. .

241.777777777777777777r is infinite repeating same number and can be deciphered using 10/0 or 1.111111111111111111111111r

This is a megalithic number 217.6 x 10/9. I can explain why this ratio works, it is part of Michell's canonical system but I haven't got that far yet.

You guessed it it is a Thom number divide by 0.17 and see what you get.1280 / 2 = 640 base 2.

Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 04-Jan-18 11:26 by DavidK.

your workings are tremenously impressive and now you are into base 2.

My Stonehenge calcs are base 2 to the power 10 used twice as base 2 power 5 then later in the sequence used again as base 2 power 5.

As I say the imperial system appears to have been misunderstood as it is a base 100 unit the foot plonked on a base 99 system. The unit of translation is 0.99 feet giving 5333.333r units in the mile and this x 2.5 = 13333.333r or 1320 x 100/99.

This is 4/3 x 10000 or 100 x 100 so is squared.

If my calcs are helping you that is a real bonus and my theory or whatever you want to call it is developing into an ancient understanding of natural numbers expressed via the UK monuments and expressed at Giza in s lightly different ratio as 27207/27200.(27207 is the Hugh Franklin Megalithic Yard.)

Hugh Franklin uses root 4/3 and root 3/4 at Giza to define the dimensions of the Great Pyramid.

That 4/3 comes into your calcs to me is what is to be expected.

Hugh has identified that the unit used at Giza is derived from the hexagon produced by bees building hives and the barleycorn unit tells u the time at stonehenge as 86400 barleycorns are Michell's 31680 units within the canon.

31680 x 34/33 is 32640 Thom's megalithic yard expressed in inches.

So lots falling into place since i have had access to your workings.

31680/86400 = 0.36666r and this is the ancient barleycorn and 40 of these produce the eclipse unit as 14.666r.

The distance between old sarum and Stonehenge is 31680 feet or 6 miles and English Heritage have this in their literature.

The suggestion is Old Sarum as the namme suggests represents the sun or Eye of horus if you look at Old sarum from above.

Old Sarum was possibly the centre of the UK megalithic world and Brodgar the extremity. This is exactly the opposite to what our archaeos suggest.

I will post on this on the Cracking the Megalithic Code thread at some stage. the ley line from Old Sarum to Brodgar i a real stunner.

[drive.google.com]

If you do not believe this level of accuracy is possible I am collaborating with bill Wilkinson, take a look at his findings

[www.youtube.com]

[www.youtube.com]

[www.youtube.com]

cheers

dave

you say

'241.77777r. Does this value ever show up in your Megalithic calculations? How about if I factor it further x 9/2 ratio = 1088. .

241.777777777777777777r is infinite repeating same number and can be deciphered using 10/0 or 1.111111111111111111111111r

This is a megalithic number 217.6 x 10/9. I can explain why this ratio works, it is part of Michell's canonical system but I haven't got that far yet.

You guessed it it is a Thom number divide by 0.17 and see what you get.1280 / 2 = 640 base 2.

Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 04-Jan-18 11:26 by DavidK.

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