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'I looked at the number 6875 and said yeah that is the base of the pyramid in Indus feet 687.5 x 16 = 11,000 digits / 25 = 440 Royal cubits. 756.25 imperial feet no need to adjust the Royal cubit it is simply part of the system of measures 20.625 inches.

I get the feeling I am making this as clear as mud so I will stop. '

Not at all

20.625 x 440 = 9075 one side of the GP so 4 sides 36300 inches and 100 inches represents one solar day so 363 days represented 363 is 33 x 11 or 3 x 11 x 11 vase 11 and base 3.

If the relationship between the metre and the cubit is 60 inches the metre is 39.375 ex actly as magisterchessmut has it.

If the cubit / the metre x 6 = Pi then

20.625/39.375 x 6 = 22/7 exactly

The earth circumference can be calculated using the canon as 363 x 360 x 1000 / 5280 = 24750 miles / 360 = 68.75 miles.

So this is how the GP works as a Pi calculation device

GP side in inches / 440 = cubit

60 - cubit = metre

cubit/metre x 6 = Pi

This is the design model using 100 inches as 1 solar day producing Pi as 22/7.

24750 Earth circumference miles

9075 GP base side

20.625 Cubit

39.375 Metre

0.523809524 cubit/metre

3.142857143 cubit/metre x 6 ( based on Jacob' findings this is probably better as x 12)

3937.5 Earth radius in milrs

68.75 One degree of circumference miles

130680000 Earth circumference x 5280

363000 One degree of circumference feet

This is what Michell uses

24741.81818 Earth circumference miles

9072 GP base side

20.61818182 Cubit

39.38181818 Metre

0.523545706 cubit/metre

3.141274238 cubit/metre x 6

3938.181818 Earth radius in miles

68.72727273 One degree of circumference miles

130636800 Earth circumference x 5280

362880 One degree of circumference feet

This is using the meglithic yard

24727.27273 Earth circumference miles

9066.666667 GP base side

20.60606061 Cubit

39.39393939 Metre

0.523076923 cubit/metre

3.138461538 cubit/metre x 6

3939.393939 Earth radius in miles

68.68686869 One degree of circumference miles

130560000 Earth circumference x 5280

362666.6667 One degree of circumference feet

So Pi is a dependent variable within this model that uses 100 inches to represent one solar day which translates from the Earth circumference to one quarter of a solar day as the GP base side.

9075 - 9066.666666666666 = 8.3333r x 12 = 100 the relations ship between 22/7 and 408/13 is very specific.

The difference in Earth circumference gives

22.72727273 Earth circumference miles

8.333333333 GP base side

0.018939394 Cubit

59.98106061 Metre

0.000315756 cubit/metre

0.001894537 cubit/metre x 6

5998.106061 Earth radius in miles

0.063131313 One degree of circumference miles

120000 Earth circumference x 5280

333.3333333 One degree of circumference feet

If a 12 hour day is used this difference represents one hour as 8.333 inches in the GP base side.

I suspect tha the design hides the fact that 363/99 x 100 = 366.666r x 4 = 1466.666r the eclipse unit.

So to really understand the model 99 inches can also represent one solar day.

363000 / 99 = 366.666r.

So the actual base and height of the GP lies somewhere in between 363 and 366.666r and between 99 and 100.

The standard suggested in my last book is

25000 Earth circumference miles

9166.666667 GP base side

20.83333333 Cubit

39.16666667 Metre

0.531914894 cubit/metre

3.191489362 cubit/metre x 6

3916.666667 Earth radius in miles

69.44444444 One degree of circumference miles

132000000 Earth circumference x 5280

366666.6667 One degree of circumference feet

And the equatorial circumference is 100 miles less

24900 Earth circumference miles

9130 GP base side

20.75 Cubit

39.25 Metre

0.52866242 cubit/metre

3.171974522 cubit/metre x 6

3925 Earth radius in miles

69.16666667 One degree of circumference miles

131472000 Earth circumference x 5280

365200 One degree of circumference feet

In this system you only start getting to real Pi after 9075 and by 9066.666r you have gone past it and are also past Petries and Coles GP base findings.

'When I first obtained Cole's paper I looked at his mean base General Mean ...230ยท364m 755.7874 imp ft 9069.4488 inches perimeter = 3023.1495 imp feet. I wanted to test a theory that I had first read in a book by W M Fix Pyramid Odyssey in which he stated that the perimeter of the pyramid equalled 30 seconds of latitude at the equator. '

24734.86036 Earth circumference miles

9069.4488 GP base side

20.61238364 Cubit

39.38761636 Metre

0.523321428 cubit/metre

3.139928567 cubit/metre x 6

3938.761636 Earth radius in miles

68.70794545 One degree of circumference miles

130600062.7 Earth circumference x 5280

362777.952 One degree of circumference feet

and Pi at 3.14

24735.23 Earth circumference miles

9069.584333 GP base side

20.61269167 Cubit

39.38730833 Metre

0.523333341 cubit/metre

3.140000047 cubit/metre x 6

3938.730833 Earth radius in miles

68.70897222 One degree of circumference miles

130602014.4 Earth circumference x 5280

362783.3733 One degree of circumference feet

cheers

Dave

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jul-18 10:49 by DavidK.

I get the feeling I am making this as clear as mud so I will stop. '

Not at all

20.625 x 440 = 9075 one side of the GP so 4 sides 36300 inches and 100 inches represents one solar day so 363 days represented 363 is 33 x 11 or 3 x 11 x 11 vase 11 and base 3.

If the relationship between the metre and the cubit is 60 inches the metre is 39.375 ex actly as magisterchessmut has it.

If the cubit / the metre x 6 = Pi then

20.625/39.375 x 6 = 22/7 exactly

The earth circumference can be calculated using the canon as 363 x 360 x 1000 / 5280 = 24750 miles / 360 = 68.75 miles.

So this is how the GP works as a Pi calculation device

GP side in inches / 440 = cubit

60 - cubit = metre

cubit/metre x 6 = Pi

This is the design model using 100 inches as 1 solar day producing Pi as 22/7.

24750 Earth circumference miles

9075 GP base side

20.625 Cubit

39.375 Metre

0.523809524 cubit/metre

3.142857143 cubit/metre x 6 ( based on Jacob' findings this is probably better as x 12)

3937.5 Earth radius in milrs

68.75 One degree of circumference miles

130680000 Earth circumference x 5280

363000 One degree of circumference feet

This is what Michell uses

24741.81818 Earth circumference miles

9072 GP base side

20.61818182 Cubit

39.38181818 Metre

0.523545706 cubit/metre

3.141274238 cubit/metre x 6

3938.181818 Earth radius in miles

68.72727273 One degree of circumference miles

130636800 Earth circumference x 5280

362880 One degree of circumference feet

This is using the meglithic yard

24727.27273 Earth circumference miles

9066.666667 GP base side

20.60606061 Cubit

39.39393939 Metre

0.523076923 cubit/metre

3.138461538 cubit/metre x 6

3939.393939 Earth radius in miles

68.68686869 One degree of circumference miles

130560000 Earth circumference x 5280

362666.6667 One degree of circumference feet

So Pi is a dependent variable within this model that uses 100 inches to represent one solar day which translates from the Earth circumference to one quarter of a solar day as the GP base side.

9075 - 9066.666666666666 = 8.3333r x 12 = 100 the relations ship between 22/7 and 408/13 is very specific.

The difference in Earth circumference gives

22.72727273 Earth circumference miles

8.333333333 GP base side

0.018939394 Cubit

59.98106061 Metre

0.000315756 cubit/metre

0.001894537 cubit/metre x 6

5998.106061 Earth radius in miles

0.063131313 One degree of circumference miles

120000 Earth circumference x 5280

333.3333333 One degree of circumference feet

If a 12 hour day is used this difference represents one hour as 8.333 inches in the GP base side.

I suspect tha the design hides the fact that 363/99 x 100 = 366.666r x 4 = 1466.666r the eclipse unit.

So to really understand the model 99 inches can also represent one solar day.

363000 / 99 = 366.666r.

So the actual base and height of the GP lies somewhere in between 363 and 366.666r and between 99 and 100.

The standard suggested in my last book is

25000 Earth circumference miles

9166.666667 GP base side

20.83333333 Cubit

39.16666667 Metre

0.531914894 cubit/metre

3.191489362 cubit/metre x 6

3916.666667 Earth radius in miles

69.44444444 One degree of circumference miles

132000000 Earth circumference x 5280

366666.6667 One degree of circumference feet

And the equatorial circumference is 100 miles less

24900 Earth circumference miles

9130 GP base side

20.75 Cubit

39.25 Metre

0.52866242 cubit/metre

3.171974522 cubit/metre x 6

3925 Earth radius in miles

69.16666667 One degree of circumference miles

131472000 Earth circumference x 5280

365200 One degree of circumference feet

In this system you only start getting to real Pi after 9075 and by 9066.666r you have gone past it and are also past Petries and Coles GP base findings.

'When I first obtained Cole's paper I looked at his mean base General Mean ...230ยท364m 755.7874 imp ft 9069.4488 inches perimeter = 3023.1495 imp feet. I wanted to test a theory that I had first read in a book by W M Fix Pyramid Odyssey in which he stated that the perimeter of the pyramid equalled 30 seconds of latitude at the equator. '

24734.86036 Earth circumference miles

9069.4488 GP base side

20.61238364 Cubit

39.38761636 Metre

0.523321428 cubit/metre

3.139928567 cubit/metre x 6

3938.761636 Earth radius in miles

68.70794545 One degree of circumference miles

130600062.7 Earth circumference x 5280

362777.952 One degree of circumference feet

and Pi at 3.14

24735.23 Earth circumference miles

9069.584333 GP base side

20.61269167 Cubit

39.38730833 Metre

0.523333341 cubit/metre

3.140000047 cubit/metre x 6

3938.730833 Earth radius in miles

68.70897222 One degree of circumference miles

130602014.4 Earth circumference x 5280

362783.3733 One degree of circumference feet

cheers

Dave

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jul-18 10:49 by DavidK.

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