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Hi Jim

Thanks

We found it, it is coming from your analysis and Hugh's and I have been comparing the two and looking for commonalities. It seems to be a certainty now. Also looking at Witteeven's work which is quite something and our calculations support his. He uses 3.1416.

For me the tipping point is Petries 755.75 imperial feet and most of my time has been spent working on why this only gives 36276 inches but you find a larger cubit at 20.625. It is a real conundrum but your calcs are certainly correct.

Also Petrie's second set of figures slots exactly into place finding 111.111r imperial miles using the canon.

33333.333r imperial feet as a unit of measure is pretty irresistible especially when the Nippur cubit and Egyptian pi multiplied together is the base unit in the imperial system.

it gives (5 to the power 4) x 10 Thom's sacred unit.

It seems that the imperial inch holds to 755.75 then the variable inch comes into play. The megalithic yard is there all the time as a variable. You have it at 275 being 100 variable MY. The GP, very probably, is an infinite design, it has to be.

Perhaps we have to imagine it continuing through the Earth and coming out the other side and just carrying on forever but that is beyond the scope of what we are looking at.

The Petrie measurement could be adjusted to 9068.8888r x 4 = 36275.55555r

So in feet 36666.666r imperial inches = 3055.555r imperial feet and 36275.555r = 3022.962963
difference is 32.59259259 and divided by 1.11111r = 29.3333r exactly one lunar eclipse month.

This calc is 0.0888r away from Petrie's measure but we are looking for eclipse calculation intention and it is there.

You can't find 29.333r there unless you know what to look for, just look how completely the designers have hidden it using 1.111r the UOIO. We are not making this up it is there, and was in the original design.

cheers

Dave

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 09-Jan-19 13:19 by DavidK.

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Giza: G2 and Pi? 746 gjb 03-Jan-19 23:33
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 164 molder 04-Jan-19 03:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 183 gjb 04-Jan-19 04:05
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 161 molder 04-Jan-19 04:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 140 DavidK 04-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 151 engbren 04-Jan-19 09:53
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 Sirfiroth 04-Jan-19 16:58
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 139 DavidK 05-Jan-19 14:54
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 171 gjb 04-Jan-19 16:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 158 DavidK 04-Jan-19 18:10
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 144 molder 04-Jan-19 22:55
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 173 gjb 05-Jan-19 01:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 152 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 02:19
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 193 gjb 05-Jan-19 13:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 164 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 16:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 142 molder 05-Jan-19 22:38
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 150 engbren 05-Jan-19 23:14
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 161 gjb 06-Jan-19 01:09
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 153 engbren 06-Jan-19 03:30
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 181 DUNE 05-Jan-19 23:36
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 183 gjb 06-Jan-19 08:32
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 154 DavidK 06-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 169 DUNE 06-Jan-19 12:20
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 175 cloister 06-Jan-19 13:21
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 174 DUNE 06-Jan-19 13:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 151 Gary Osborn 07-Jan-19 04:40
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 148 DUNE 07-Jan-19 10:28
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 184 gjb 06-Jan-19 22:56
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 143 DavidK 07-Jan-19 21:00
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 155 DUNE 07-Jan-19 21:31
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 208 DUNE 09-Jan-19 21:50
The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 149 DavidK 07-Jan-19 23:11
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 153 DavidK 08-Jan-19 09:45
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 157 molder 08-Jan-19 10:15
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 156 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 154 molder 07-Jan-19 11:18
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 189 gjb 07-Jan-19 13:23
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 162 DUNE 07-Jan-19 16:49
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 141 DavidK 08-Jan-19 14:12
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 158 molder 08-Jan-19 10:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 193 engbren 09-Jan-19 04:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 154 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:10

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