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This is a quite stunning 'reveal'

Thom's Aubrey using 100 units to a foot is 89760.


divide by 561 to get exactly 160.



5280 /33 = 160 imperial


5440/34 = 160 Thom


89760 / 5280 = 17


89760 / 5440 = 16.5


17 x 16.5 x 2 = 561.


89760/561 x 560 = 89600


obviously 280 x 560 and straight lunar cycle counting with 28 days between each Aubrey circle marker.


The point being unless there is an awareness that n/(n-1) was being used then this unit 561 would not be considered yet it is quite obvious once discovered.


What does 561 do?


It works against the two systems embedded in 89760 being the imperial and Thom's systems.

The imperial is base 33 and Thom base 17

17 x 33 = 561.

By dividing it removes these two bases from 89760 and replaces them with 8 x 7 x 10 =560.


So the lunar counting cycle is revealed.

So units produced using n/(n-1) manipulate and change the prime numbers in the table

base/system

37 Scottish mile = 5920 feet from Edinburgh Castle to Holy Rood House the holy rood is 111 feet
36 English mile x 12/11 = 5760
35 Roman mile = 5600 feet a lunar unit x 5/4 = 7000 / 7 = 1000 weeks
34 Thom = 5440 feet x 5/4 =6800 feet the nodal cycle
33 English = 5280 feet x 5/4 = 6600 the eclipse system 6600/7 = 942.87 weeks or 150 x 44/7
32 Welsh = 5120 feet - all systems are base 32 so this becomes the first system as 32/32

So each number needs to be analysed into its primes.

89760

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it can be seen at once that the two missing primes are 7 and 13 and this is because they are denominators in Thom and imperial pi.

7 x 13 = 91 one season in the Asimov calendar.

So 4 is missing to give one year and 8 is missing to give the 8 year cycle of 2922 -10 days = 8 Asimov astronomical years.

91 x 4 x 8 = 2912 solar days.


2912 x 89760 = 261381120

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2 to the power 10 is being used that is 32 squared x primes from 3 to 17

This analysis is in my book 'The Eclipse'

It is a simple matter to get from 28 days to 29.333r days the eclipse month using n/(n-1) as 4/3

22 x 4/3 = 29.333r x 12 = 352 lunar eclipse year in solar days
21 x 4/3 = 28

so n/(n-1) becomes 22/21

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It is important to understand the structure of each number if base 17 appears then it is Thom.
Michell analyses the uk landscape between the 51st and 52 parallels

51/3 = 17

51/52 x 32 is Thom pi using n/(n-1) inverted

If SH represents 2912 solar days then Brodgar represents 2912 / 0.84 solar days = 3466.666r days 10 lunar yearly cycles based on Thom's analysis on page 47 of his first book.



Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jun-18 07:09 by DavidK.

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Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 711 DavidK 10-Jun-18 09:11
The n/(n-1) ancient systems 103 DavidK 11-Jun-18 06:24
the ancients are laughing at us 118 DavidK 11-Jun-18 06:57
Stonehenge using 561/560 117 DavidK 12-Jun-18 06:25
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 97 magisterchessmutt 16-Jun-18 06:26
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 101 DavidK 17-Jun-18 06:27
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 115 Manu 17-Jun-18 17:04
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 96 DavidK 18-Jun-18 12:34
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 92 rodz111 18-Jun-18 19:02
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 85 Manu 18-Jun-18 19:56
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 84 DavidK 18-Jun-18 22:13
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 89 Manu 19-Jun-18 03:19
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 96 DavidK 19-Jun-18 05:38
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 81 Manu 19-Jun-18 07:04
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 91 DavidK 19-Jun-18 10:42
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 117 Manu 19-Jun-18 18:11
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 158 DavidK 20-Jun-18 19:12
Understanding “n/n-1” 111 Dr. Troglodyte 11-Jun-18 16:50
Re: Understanding “n/n-1” 110 DavidK 11-Jun-18 18:35
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 230 rodz111 12-Jun-18 19:48
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 93 DavidK 13-Jun-18 07:08
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 97 DavidK 13-Jun-18 07:30
GP perimeter using n/(n-1) 106 DavidK 13-Jun-18 13:38
The sekhed using n/(n-1) 126 DavidK 13-Jun-18 09:14
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 110 Sirfiroth 19-Jun-18 00:17
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 89 DavidK 19-Jun-18 20:17
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 90 Sirfiroth 20-Jun-18 03:12


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