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Engbren says

'The fish pendant of new-turquoise is at the bottom of the lake. The first phonetic character in the fish pendant is a zig-zag line with 7 peaks. So we have 22 people on the boat which is on top of the fish pendant with 7 peaks in its first phoneme.'

fully agree with this and the imagery if very vivid. This zig zag line also has six valleys between the peaks so 22/7 and 22/6 are represented, thanks for posting it.

22/6 is 3.666r or ten barleycorns and 400 barleycorns are 146.66r and this has been associated with the height of Sun pyramids by Jim. Also no coincidence that the chain is 22 yards.

Also 1760 / 12 = 146.666r the GP base in cubits.

7/6 is 1.1666r and into 10 barleycorns gives Pi as 22/7

1320 Babylonian she's of 1/360 give ten barleycorns and the ancient systems meld into one another within the design of the imperial system.

22 yards is 100 links and this is the base 100 sacred circle, possibly or probably the intent of the ancient designers. AE inspired?

If you look at the thread on the Royal Egyptian Eclipse cubit you will see that 10/9 is represented by 10 peaks and 9 valleys and the zig zag line represents n/n-1 being 1.111r an infinite unit that they (The AE's or the secret priesthood)were surely aware of. The REEC is an invention but the logic behind it stacks up. It is 146.666r / 7. 400 barleycorns / 7.

It is the accumulation of evidence from so many different sources that is being produced.

3.1416 / 7 and also by 6 is the measure used by Witteeven (0.5236)
and by Bauval and this seems to be the most significant version of Pi in all the analyses.

22/7 / 10000 x 9996 = 3.1416 but 22/7 is the base 10 version of the two.

Also the significance of four loaves and seven fishes is hard to ignore.

cheers

dave

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 09-Jan-19 09:20 by DavidK.

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Giza: G2 and Pi? 737 gjb 03-Jan-19 23:33
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 160 molder 04-Jan-19 03:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 179 gjb 04-Jan-19 04:05
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 156 molder 04-Jan-19 04:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 136 DavidK 04-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 147 engbren 04-Jan-19 09:53
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 147 Sirfiroth 04-Jan-19 16:58
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 137 DavidK 05-Jan-19 14:54
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 166 gjb 04-Jan-19 16:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 154 DavidK 04-Jan-19 18:10
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 141 molder 04-Jan-19 22:55
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 169 gjb 05-Jan-19 01:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 147 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 02:19
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 188 gjb 05-Jan-19 13:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 158 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 16:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 139 molder 05-Jan-19 22:38
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 146 engbren 05-Jan-19 23:14
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 155 gjb 06-Jan-19 01:09
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 150 engbren 06-Jan-19 03:30
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 152 DUNE 05-Jan-19 23:36
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 178 gjb 06-Jan-19 08:32
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 152 DavidK 06-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 167 DUNE 06-Jan-19 12:20
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 172 cloister 06-Jan-19 13:21
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 170 DUNE 06-Jan-19 13:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 146 Gary Osborn 07-Jan-19 04:40
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 144 DUNE 07-Jan-19 10:28
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 179 gjb 06-Jan-19 22:56
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 138 DavidK 07-Jan-19 21:00
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 151 DUNE 07-Jan-19 21:31
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 203 DUNE 09-Jan-19 21:50
The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 145 DavidK 07-Jan-19 23:11
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 148 DavidK 08-Jan-19 09:45
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 151 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. 150 molder 07-Jan-19 11:18
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 184 gjb 07-Jan-19 13:23
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 156 DUNE 07-Jan-19 16:49
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 138 DavidK 08-Jan-19 14:12
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 155 molder 08-Jan-19 10:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 187 engbren 09-Jan-19 04:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 151 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:10

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