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Sirfiroth Wrote:
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> Hi Rod,
>
> As an individual trying to understand your posts I
> wouldn't object to a little more context for the
> terms used in derivation of numbers, which could
> be beneficial to all and possibly receive more
> responses.
>
> Regards,
> Jacob

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Hi Jacob


an ancient principle based on ratio : "a day for a year"


24:25 =2 years
12/12,5=1 year


an ancient principle based on ratio : cubit from Nippur and royal cubit

51,84(cubit from Nippur)*7=362,88

[51,84(cubit from Nippur)/1,008]*7=51,42857142857143*7=360

51,42857142857143*10=514,2857142857143
514,2857142857143*24=12342,85714285714

514,2857142857143*7=3600
3600*24=86400




6,75(moon phases)*52,5(royal cubit)=354,375(lunar year)

354,375*24=8505

729 days=27*27
729/13,5=54

729*24=17496
17496/162=108

17010 /162=105
17010/24=708,75
708,75/2=354,75(lunar year)


708,75/50=14,175
14,175/2=7,0875
7,0875*86400=612360
612360/1,008=607500

607500/86400=7,03125
7,03125*51,84(cubit from Nippur)=364,5(tropical year)

7,03125*50,4=354,375(lunar year or Winter Solstice)
354,375(lunar year or Winter Solstice)+10,125=364,5(tropical year)


168*50=8400
8400/4,05=34020
34020/24=1417,5
1417,5/4=354,375(lunar year)
354,375(lunar year)/12 month=29,53125(month synodic b)


29,53125(month synodic b)/1,0125=29,16666666666667(month synodic a)
29,16666666666667(month synodic a)/1,0125=28,80658436213992(month synodic a1)

28,80658436213992(month synodic a1)*12,5=360,082304526749

360,082304526749*1,62=583,3333333333334(20 months synodical typ a)


583,3333333333334(20 months synodical typ a)/1,6=364,5833333333333(tropical year)


583,3333333333334(20 months synodical a)/1,111111111111111=525 | 52,5(royal cubit)*10
525 /2=262,5(autumn equinox)


583,3333333333334(20 months synodical a)/2=291,6666666666667(10 months synodical a)- 29,16666666666667=262,5(autumn equinox)


imperial system (application to chronology)+ an ancient principle based on ratio : "a day for a year" )
583,3333333333334(20 months synodical a)*1,008=588***(38 year reign of Nebuchadnezzar)



354,375(Winter Solstice) + 10,125 + 31 + 28 + 20(spring equinox)=443,5/444,5(leap year)

443,5/444,5(leap year)-364,5(tropical year)=79/80(spring equinox)


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729/27=27(sideral period)
729 / 27,33750000000001(sideral period)=26,66666666666666
26,66666666666666*13,5=360
27(sideral period)*13,5=364,5
27(sideral period)*13,33333333333333=360

27(sideral period) * 24*13,5=8740 | 8748(hours)*360=3149280(tropical year)
27(sideral period)*1,008=27,216 27(sideral period)

27,216(sideral period)*13,5=367,416
27(sideral period)*13,5=364,5(tropical year)

27,00617283950617(sideral period) *24*13,5=8750
26,66666666666667(sideral period)*24*13,5=8640

27,22222222222222(sideral period)*24*13,5=8820

8820*360=3175200
3175200/8750=362,88
3175200/8740=362,962962962963

363-362,962962962963=0,037037037037

1/27=0,037037037037037
1/9=0,1111111111111111
10/9=1,111111111111111

360/20=18




40007,52(prime meridian)/50,4=793,8
793,8 / 52,5(royal cubit)=15,12
787,5/52,5(royal cubit)=15

40007,52(prime meridian) / 7,56=5292
5292 /12=441
441/18=24,5
24,5*3600=88200



40007,52(prime meridian) / 7,5=5334,336

40007,52 / 3333,333333333333=12,002256
12,002256*2=24,004512

40007,52 /24,004512=1666,666666666667
1666,666666666667*60=100000

1,666666666666667*60=100

0,1666666666666666*60=10
0,01666666666666666*60=1
0,001666666666666666*60=0,1


144*0,001666666666666666=86400
86400/24=360

360/24=15

360/7=51,42857142857143
3600/7=514,2857142857143

514,2857142857143*24=12342,85714285714

40007,52(prime meridian)/12342,85714285714=3,24135

12600 * 3,1752=40007,52(prime meridian)

34,72222222222222 * 360=12500

39690(the circumference of the Earth)/12600=3,15(ancient pi)

40007,52 (prime meridian)/ 3,15(ancient pi)/1,008=12600(diametr of the Earth)
39690 *1,008=40007,52 (prime meridian)


1749,6 * 222,2222222222222=388800(distance Earth-Moon )
1750*222,2222222222222=388888,8888888889(distance Earth-Moon)

360/54=6,666666666666667
6,666666666666667*24,3=162
6,75*24=162

162*52,5=8505
8505/24=354,375(lunar year)

an ancient principle based on ratio : week (moon phases) ; new moon/full moon(14 Nisan Passover)=2 period of week

25*2 week (new moon/full moon and the first quarter / third quarter)=50(moon phases)

an ancient principle based on ratio : 1,08 =29,16(month synodic)/27(eclipse month)
588/583,3333333333333=1,008

29,4 / 1,008/1,08=27,00617283950618(sideral period)
29,4 /0,9955555555555556= 29,53125

29,53125/1,0125/1,0125=28,80658436213992
28,80658436213992*12,5=360,082304526749

360,082304526749*1,0125=364,5833333333334(tropical year)

364,5833333333334-364,4=0,0833333333333625
0,0833333333333625*24*60=120
120/60=2 hours***





Belt of Venus The planet Venus, when visible, is typically located in the Belt of Venus.

Earth's shadow is as curved as the planet is, and its umbra extends : (87480*10)*1,6=1399680 km
(87500*10)*1,6=1400000 km

(86400*10)*1,6=1382400

(85050*10)*1,6=1360800

1360800/1,008=1350000

1382400 / 3,6=384000 km average distance from Earth to Moon



29,53125*12=354,375(lunar year)


360*1,0125=364,5(tropical year)


The moon seems to move completely around the celestial sphere once in about 27 days, as seen from the Earth (month-lateral month) and reflects the corresponding circulation period of 27 days(sideral period)*1,0125=27,3375(sideral period)

27(sideral period)*1,008=27,216(sideral period)

588 / 20=29,4
29,4/1,08=27,22222222222222(sideral period)

588 days(20 cycles synodical of the moon)/21,6=27,2222222222222(sideral period)

588 days(20 cycles synodical of the moon)/1,008=583,3333333333333(20 cycles synodical of the moon)


The moon takes 29.53125 days to return to the same point in the celestial sphere, with reference to the sun, due to the movement of the earth around the sun (synodic month).Moon phases observed from Earth are correlated with the synodic month.





360/7(eclipses)=51,42857142857143
360*3=1080

1080/51,42857142857143=21(eclipses)
21(eclipse)/7(max.)=3
24(eclipses)/8(max)=3

21*24=504




1400000(diametr of Sun) / 12600(Diametr of the Earth)=111,1111111111111
1400000(diametr of Sun) / 12500(Diametr of the Earth)=112

1400000 (diametr of Sun)/ 3500(diametr of moon)=400

12600(Diametr of the Earth)/3500(diametr of moon)=3,6


151200000(distanse Sun Earth) /12600(diametr of Earth)=12000
151200000(distanse Sun Earth) /12500(diametr of Earth)=1209,6

42000000 / 1111,111111111111=378000(distnse Earth/Moon)
42000000 / 112=375000(distnse Earth/Moon)
375000(distnse Earth/Moon) * 400=150000000

375000(distnse Earth/Moon)*405=151875000(distanse Sun Earth)
375000(distnse Earth/Moon)*400=150000000(distanse Sun Earth)

150000000(distanse Sun Earth) - 42000000=108000000(distanse Sun Venus)
108000000/ 8640=12500(diametr of the Earth)
12600(diametr of the Earth)/1,008=12500

108864000/8640=12500(diametr of the Earth)


108864000/8640=12600(diametr of the Earth)


12000*3500(diametr of moon)=42000000


12000*12600(diametr of Earth)=151200000(distanse Sun- Earth)

151200000(distanse Sun- Earth)-42000000/100=



151200000(distanse Sun- Earth) /43200=3500(diametr of moon)
150000000 (distanse Sun -Earth)/ 43200=3472,222222222222(diametr of moon)

1/2 diamert Earth of Moon=6300(radius of the Earth)

6300(radius of the Earth)*3600=22680000


22680000/60=378000(distanse Earth -Moon)


Various calendar systems have been developed by men in the past, and a number continue in use today. Early calendars were mainly lunar calendars, that is, the months of the year were counted by complete cycles of the moon, as, for example, from one new moon to the next new moon. On the average, such lunation takes 29 days, 12 hours, and 45 minutes.

Regards,
Rod

I do not speak English, that's why I use a google translator. I hope that in time this will be more accurate.Greetings to all of you from Poland.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 30-Jun-18 09:09 by rodz111.

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