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Thanks Jacob

You need to read my book 'Stonehenge the Eclipse' to see where I am coming from and I don't think you have read it. Once the project was completed the next stop was always going to be the GP because of Hugh's work. My driver has and always will be promoting the work of Alexander Thom because his work is on a completely different level and the treatment meted out to him by academia was absolutely shocking.

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The sekhed is obviously a superior unit than Pi within the design of the GP and I learned this from you. It works three dimensionally. So why would they focus on 22/7, they used 256/81 and 22/7 is naturally built into the design of the GP by using the sekhed.


Using 256/81 shows that they used the diameter to relate to the circle so they would have known 22/7. What happens at Stonehenge is that the Aubrey circle works as a Pi manipulation device centred on two versions of Pi 1760/560 and 1632/520. Real pi lies in between but they used 31416/10000.

1760/560 leads to the GP but it is 1760/280 per your analysis. This is why the base will always be divisible by 1760 to produce the cubit in inches, because the GP is designed in feet and inches as Hugh has demonstrated.


This version of Pi (Thom Pi) can be varied without changing the Pi number. It can be 5440 / 1733.333r or 1632/520 keeping the Pi relationship intact. There is a reason for this. The nodal cycle of the Moon is 6800 days or 5440 / 0.8.


Eclipse danger periods occur every 173.333r days so 3 periods every 520 days. The designers of the monuments were very interested in the Eclipse, this is common knowledge.


When this investigation started it was necessary to set a framework out to direct the focus and is my first book and it only looks at Stonehenge. I knew nothing about it or how to predict eclipses but I do now.


This is what the book laid out and it was written with virtually a zero knowledge base. The guy who reviewed it said it was not clear to him what the book was trying to do. He obviously did not read chapter two 'Searching for Clues'

'For clarity, proposals that will be followed up in this book are outlined here, based on a review of Professor Thom's findings.

The first is that they used the foot and the mile as well as the megalithic yard, this is covered in chapter three.

The second is that they developed a set of divine numbers based on their understanding of the natural universe and the mathematical studies they worked on and that these numbers were used to plan an build the monuments to embed spirituality into the designs. This is covered in chapter four.


The third is that they used a simple four season calendar of 91 days per season to provide constant comparable years. This is covered in chapter five.


The fourth is that they developed the modern time system by experimentation at the Greater Cursus and Woodhenge. This is covered in chapter seven.

These proposals are as a result of reviewing Professor Thom's findings.The assumptions are that they were capable of doing all these things as outlined by the professor's work.'


I am still doing this and the initial assumptions have proved to be, in the main, proven at Stonehenge. When I wrote the book it had not been possible to link the imperial system to the one Thom had discovered but just after publishing the relationship surfaced and led to an investigation of the primes within the designs. I had them as 1-13 in the book but had missed the base prime of Thom's system number 17.


Your assumptions of what I am trying to do at the GP are way off beam. my objective is to demonstrate that it is designed against the megalithic yard and that the megalithic yard is expressed via the cubit which was used instead of the megalithic yard. Most probably the reasons for using the cubit outweigh using the megalithic yard just as using the sekhed outweighs the use of 22/7.


It is not possible to do any of the above without using fractional mathematics.


The findings at Stonehenge drive the investigation on this website.


The key is that the cubit x 1.584 = the megalithic yard if 1760 cubits are in the GP base. The GP height is 280 cubits.


1760 and 280 are imperial bases, no question.


You have shown that 1760 is not fixed, different cubits can give a higher figure, eg 20.25 inches and Michell did the same, but the cubits being looked at in the investigation always have 1760 in the base.

So for example working down from the top of the pyramid 20.25 gives a base of 35640 inches and height of 5670 inches. So we are a distance from the base, 101.1818181818r inches to be precise. Jim can explain the importance of these numbers and they are lunar based.

Also working down from the top of the pyramid 20.00 inches gives a base of 35200 inches and height of 5670 inches. So we are a distance from the base, 171.1818181818r inches to be precise. Jim can explain the importance of these numbers as well and they are lunar based.

171.1818181818r - 101.1818181818 = 70 for a reason

'As I see it you, like most, are so wrapped up attempting to prove their use of pi to even investigate let alone comprehend the level of significance of the 5 1/2 seked held by the Ancient Egyptians. '


Not so, well off the mark.


5.5 sekhed is 14/11 x 11/2 = 7 please see above, everyone knows how may days there are in a week.


Do you know what an MOD is? megalithic one day unit and it is 1/7 making 22/7 represent 22 days.

I am following your rules Jacob but coming from a very different angle and I really value what you have achieved and if you publish I will be first in the queue.

the circle builders in the UK were into pi and that is what Thom tells us. This version of Thom pi as 5440 / 1733.333r is my discovery that unlocks the Aubrey circle it is base 17 divided by base 13 and imperial pi is base 11 divided by base 7 the two units are designed exactly the same way and this is a fact.


A 91 day season was suggested in the first book. Eventually it surfaced within the Aubrey design.


1760/560 x 5440/ 1733.333r x 91 = 897.6 Thom's Aubrey circumference. The complexity is quite something, it is an eclipse prediction system based on Pi. the 28 and 26 day lunar cycles are being monitored against 6600 days and 6800 days the nodal cycle.


1.32 x 6800 = 897.60

1.36 x 6600 = 897.60


Dual systems where 1760/560 x 5440/1733.333r represents one solar day. It is astonishing.

3.142857143 x 3.138461538 = 9.863736264 x 91 = 897.60


And at the GP pi squared = 9.87654321.


cheers

dave



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 28-Nov-18 11:49 by DavidK.

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The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 2260 DavidK 11-Jan-18 10:02
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 278 molder 11-Jan-18 11:09
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 296 DavidK 11-Jan-18 12:03
Jim Wakefield's Egyptian Pi. 275 DavidK 01-Feb-18 23:58
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 124 DavidK 14-Nov-18 08:34
23040 83 DavidK 22-Nov-18 21:54
Re: 23040 76 molder 22-Nov-18 22:45
Re: 23040 83 Sirfiroth 23-Nov-18 00:38
Re: 23040 86 molder 23-Nov-18 02:43
Re: 23040 84 Sirfiroth 23-Nov-18 13:36
Re: 23040 107 Manu 23-Nov-18 18:46
Re: 23040 91 molder 23-Nov-18 22:44
Re: 23040 87 Manu 23-Nov-18 23:10
Re: 23040 66 DavidK 24-Nov-18 00:11
Re: 23040 82 molder 24-Nov-18 01:30
Re: 23040 80 molder 24-Nov-18 03:14
Re: 23040 89 Manu 24-Nov-18 04:47
Re: 23040 80 DavidK 24-Nov-18 10:02
Re: 23040 91 molder 24-Nov-18 11:04
Re: 23040 90 Manu 24-Nov-18 15:01
Re: 23040 80 Sirfiroth 24-Nov-18 17:16
Re: 23040 74 Manu 24-Nov-18 19:45
Re: 23040 83 DavidK 24-Nov-18 21:08
Re: 23040 86 Manu 24-Nov-18 22:13
Re: 23040 75 DavidK 25-Nov-18 23:36
Earth combined in sphere & octahedron 95 hendrik dirker 27-Nov-18 12:10
some thoughts 86 hendrik dirker 29-Nov-18 16:56
an anecdote 69 hendrik dirker 01-Dec-18 10:42
Re: Earth combined in sphere & octahedron 84 Sirfiroth 29-Nov-18 22:03
Re: Earth combined in sphere & octahedron 94 hendrik dirker 30-Nov-18 07:33
Re: More than one value for pi used 88 molder 24-Nov-18 23:37
Re: More than one value for pi used 88 Manu 25-Nov-18 18:56
Re: More than one value for pi used 89 DavidK 25-Nov-18 23:12
Re: More than one value for pi used 62 Manu 26-Nov-18 14:33
Re: More than one value for pi used 60 DavidK 27-Nov-18 10:08
Re: More than one value for pi used 75 Manu 27-Nov-18 11:15
Re: More than one value for pi used 64 molder 27-Nov-18 22:41
Re: More than one value for pi used 64 Manu 27-Nov-18 23:12
Re: More than one value for pi used 61 DavidK 27-Nov-18 23:35
Re: More than one value for pi used 65 Manu 27-Nov-18 23:50
Re: Holes in Grand Gallery ramps 75 M. J. Thomas 28-Nov-18 11:28
Re: Holes in Grand Gallery ramps 62 molder 01-Dec-18 12:55
Re: More than one value for pi used 63 molder 26-Nov-18 11:47
Re: More than one value for pi used 70 Manu 26-Nov-18 12:11
Earth depicted in the sky 125 hendrik dirker 24-Nov-18 17:28
Re: Earth depicted in the sky 69 molder 24-Nov-18 23:21
Re: Earth depicted in the sky 90 DavidK 25-Nov-18 08:35
Re: Earth depicted in the sky 21600 flagged 66 DavidK 26-Nov-18 11:31
Re: Earth depicted in the sky 21600 flagged 109 hendrik dirker 26-Nov-18 17:23
Re: Earth depicted in the sky 21600 flagged 61 DavidK 27-Nov-18 10:42
I dunno 66 hendrik dirker 29-Nov-18 16:22
Re: 23040 92 Sirfiroth 23-Nov-18 00:41
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 101 DavidK 23-Nov-18 09:53
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 67 Sirfiroth 26-Nov-18 14:06
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 70 DavidK 26-Nov-18 15:24
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 73 Sirfiroth 26-Nov-18 21:13
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 60 DavidK 27-Nov-18 09:16
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 66 Sirfiroth 28-Nov-18 01:10
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 67 DavidK 28-Nov-18 11:39
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 73 Manu 28-Nov-18 14:25
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 70 DavidK 28-Nov-18 16:14
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 68 Manu 28-Nov-18 17:20
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 63 Sirfiroth 30-Nov-18 00:52
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 62 Manu 30-Nov-18 02:12
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 66 Sirfiroth 28-Nov-18 17:04
Re: 23040 and writing real Pi 60 DavidK 28-Nov-18 20:02
Really loving Jim's 23040 and root 5 96 DavidK 23-Nov-18 16:29
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 264 DavidK 19-Mar-18 09:43
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 225 DavidK 08-May-18 10:31
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 149 DavidK 12-Nov-18 17:14
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 83 DavidK 28-Nov-18 20:25
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 77 hendrik dirker 29-Nov-18 17:12
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 79 DavidK 30-Nov-18 15:28
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 81 Sirfiroth 30-Nov-18 16:52
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 69 molder 30-Nov-18 22:22
Re: The Work of Hugh Franklin at the GP and Stonehenge 78 DavidK 30-Nov-18 22:45
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge 92 hendrik dirker 01-Dec-18 08:13
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 78 DavidK 01-Dec-18 10:49
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 65 molder 01-Dec-18 12:28
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 70 Sirfiroth 01-Dec-18 14:25
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 80 rodz111 01-Dec-18 18:36
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 73 DavidK 01-Dec-18 20:53
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 70 Sirfiroth 02-Dec-18 20:09
Re: eclipse & Stonehenge and Pi 64 DavidK 02-Dec-18 22:55
Really that dense? 63 Sirfiroth 03-Dec-18 02:29
Re: Really that dense? 63 rodz111 03-Dec-18 03:40
Re: Really that dense? 70 Sirfiroth 03-Dec-18 14:37
Re: Really that dense? 65 rodz111 04-Dec-18 03:43
Re: Really that dense? 78 Sirfiroth 04-Dec-18 05:06
Re: Really that dense? 65 DavidK 04-Dec-18 10:13
Re: Really that dense? 60 Sirfiroth 04-Dec-18 15:01
Re: Really that dense? 54 DavidK 04-Dec-18 16:17
Re: Really that dense? 69 molder 04-Dec-18 10:27
Re: Really that dense? 63 DavidK 04-Dec-18 13:06
Re: Really that dense? 86 Sirfiroth 04-Dec-18 16:42
Re: Really that dense? 62 rodz111 04-Dec-18 21:38
Re: Really that dense? 64 Sirfiroth 04-Dec-18 23:38
Re: Really that dense? 70 DavidK 05-Dec-18 00:06
Re: Really that dense? 53 rodz111 05-Dec-18 16:32
Re: Really that dense? 52 rodz111 09-Dec-18 04:17
Re: Really that dense? 91 DavidK 03-Dec-18 09:19
Re:Egyptian value for pi in GP 84 molder 05-Dec-18 21:40
Re: Re:Egyptian value for pi in GP 78 DavidK 05-Dec-18 23:01
Re: Re:Egyptian value for pi in GP 89 cloister 05-Dec-18 23:38
uhmm... every day? 66 hendrik dirker 06-Dec-18 06:42
Re: uhmmm... every day? 67 cloister 06-Dec-18 08:37
Re: uhmmm... every day? 73 hendrik dirker 06-Dec-18 09:06
Re: uhmmm... every day? 60 cloister 06-Dec-18 11:25
Re: Re:Egyptian value for pi in GP 83 DavidK 06-Dec-18 10:04
Quite Simply! 89 Sirfiroth 06-Dec-18 13:55
Re: Quite Simply! 83 DUNE 07-Dec-18 11:24
Great Assumption! 80 Sirfiroth 07-Dec-18 14:44
Re: Great Assumption! 76 DUNE 07-Dec-18 16:49
Re: Great Assumption! 81 Sirfiroth 07-Dec-18 17:52
Re: Great Assumption! 65 Thanos5150 08-Dec-18 02:28
Re: Great Assumption! 51 DUNE 08-Dec-18 09:05
Re: Great Assumption! 66 Thanos5150 08-Dec-18 15:57
Re: Great Assumption! 69 DUNE 08-Dec-18 17:51
Re: Quite Simply! 75 DavidK 07-Dec-18 14:57
Re: Quite Simply! 70 DavidK 07-Dec-18 20:27
Re: Quite Simply! 66 DUNE 07-Dec-18 22:26
Re: Quite Simply! 73 DavidK 07-Dec-18 22:37
a load of numbers under scrtutiny 108 hendrik dirker 12-Dec-18 13:30
Papyrus of Pffft.... 82 cloister 12-Dec-18 16:01
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Re: Papyrus of Pffft or the pre-Columbian cultures 66 rodz111 15-Dec-18 08:54
Re: Papyrus of Pffft or the pre-Columbian cultures 64 molder 18-Dec-18 22:18
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 86 DavidK 12-Dec-18 20:16
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 76 DUNE 12-Dec-18 21:51
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 74 cloister 12-Dec-18 22:59
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 76 gjb 13-Dec-18 01:53
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 82 DavidK 13-Dec-18 10:35
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 57 cloister 13-Dec-18 12:22
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 58 DavidK 13-Dec-18 12:39
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 65 cloister 13-Dec-18 13:04
Re: a load of numbers under scrtutiny 72 gjb 13-Dec-18 12:54
440 & 280 85 hendrik dirker 13-Dec-18 06:51
Re: 440 & 280 71 hendrik dirker 21-Dec-18 11:51
Re:-Stop the World for a word... 76 rodz111 13-Dec-18 19:57
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