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DavidK Wrote:
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> Geoff said
>
> 'Now for the howls of protest!
>
> It's generally held that the dimensions of G1 make
> good sense with respect to the observed ratios.
> However, this does not apply well to G2 as I’ve
> described it above. Should this specification be
> correct then it might be suggested that a height
> of 272 cubits and a base of 408 cubits would be
> more in keeping with the design. However, this
> would suggest a G2 cubit of 528mm. '

>
>
> To me this is a quite stunning analysis of G2. It
> uses fractional math and it must do and explains
> the angles which it must do.
>
>
> Does it fit Petrie's analysis? I don't know
> anything about G2 except what you guys and Dune
> keep posting so your figures have to be used. I
> know enough to be able to place some reliance on
> them.
>
>
> I keep reading that G1 is not as important within
> the overall design as G2 because it is the central
> pyramid.
>
>
> Based on the figures you are producing first off
> G2 using Geoff's figures is designed as a base 100
> pyramid and the Pi ratio is 3 and the megalithic
> yard is used disguised within the size of the
> cubit.
>
>
> Using Jim's figures G1 is designed as a base 99
> pyramid and the Pi ratio is 22/7 and the imperial
> foot is used disguised within the size of the
> cubit.
>
>
> Once the cubits are taken out of play the figures
> become very simple as Geoff shows.
>
>
> 272/408 = 2/3 or 100/150 if the base unit is 2.72
> cubits. So the design is base 100.( against the
> megalithic yard x the cubit)
>
>
> 280/440 = 7/11 =63/100 x 100/99 so a base 99
> design.
>
>
> the problem with Jim's analysis is he goes beyond
> Petrie's base of 3023 imperial feet or 36276
> imperial inches but there is a reason for this
> based on the numbers being produced by yourselves
> and Dune ( who has also found the megalithic yard
> in the G1 analysis.).
>
>
> Petrie 3023 feet 36276 inches (also Hugh
> Franklin's analysis)
>
> Dune 3023.1666r feet 36278 inches
>
> Jim 3025 feet 36300 inches.
>
> 36300 / 99 = 366.666r the ancient solar year found
> using base 99.
>
> This is only found when Jim's cubit is used but it
> is way past Petrie's first set of Figures
> somewhere between 36276 and 36278 according to
> Petrie, Cole and Dash.
>
>
> Using Hugh's figures the GP is designed against
> real root 4/3 x real Pi using the Hugh Franklin
> megalithic yard.
>
> the G1 ratio is 1760/280 and the G2 ratio is
> 1632/272 or 22/7 and 21/7 the difference being 1/7
> and this is one day as the MOD ( the megalithic
> one day unit ) that can be found within the SH
> design. 22/7 is three weeks and one day.
>
>
> Because the cubit is variable but the ratio's are
> fixed the cubit length does not affect the
> calculations between the fixed ratios, it becomes
> irrelevant.
>
>
> cheers happy new year
>
> Dave

Ive outlined in my post here I think the AE measured the height of G1 in palms. 2000 palms to be precise which in Royal Cubits is 10/11 x Pi x 100 where Pi is 22/7 or ~285 RC.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04-Jan-19 10:21 by engbren.

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Giza: G2 and Pi? 736 gjb 03-Jan-19 23:33
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 159 molder 04-Jan-19 03:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 178 gjb 04-Jan-19 04:05
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 155 molder 04-Jan-19 04:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 135 DavidK 04-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 146 engbren 04-Jan-19 09:53
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 146 Sirfiroth 04-Jan-19 16:58
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 134 DavidK 05-Jan-19 14:54
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 164 gjb 04-Jan-19 16:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 153 DavidK 04-Jan-19 18:10
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 139 molder 04-Jan-19 22:55
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 168 gjb 05-Jan-19 01:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 146 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 02:19
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 187 gjb 05-Jan-19 13:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 156 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 16:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 137 molder 05-Jan-19 22:38
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 144 engbren 05-Jan-19 23:14
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 154 gjb 06-Jan-19 01:09
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 148 engbren 06-Jan-19 03:30
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 151 DUNE 05-Jan-19 23:36
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 178 gjb 06-Jan-19 08:32
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 DavidK 06-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 165 DUNE 06-Jan-19 12:20
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 172 cloister 06-Jan-19 13:21
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 169 DUNE 06-Jan-19 13:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 143 Gary Osborn 07-Jan-19 04:40
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 143 DUNE 07-Jan-19 10:28
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 177 gjb 06-Jan-19 22:56
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 137 DavidK 07-Jan-19 21:00
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 DUNE 07-Jan-19 21:31
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 202 DUNE 09-Jan-19 21:50
The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 143 DavidK 07-Jan-19 23:11
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 147 DavidK 08-Jan-19 09:45
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 150 molder 08-Jan-19 10:15
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 150 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 149 molder 07-Jan-19 11:18
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 183 gjb 07-Jan-19 13:23
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 155 DUNE 07-Jan-19 16:49
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 136 DavidK 08-Jan-19 14:12
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 153 molder 08-Jan-19 10:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 185 engbren 09-Jan-19 04:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 149 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:10

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