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Hi a-m,

The researchers might have been barking up the wrong tree with the Maier work.

Make of the man and woman a Circle, of that a Quadrangle, of this a Triangle, of the same a Circle and you will have the Stone of the Philosophers. [This is in conjunction with plato reference]

Make of a man and of a woman a circle.
If G3 [phi based] sits upon G1 Pi based.
Phi = female , Pi = male.

the quadrangle and PERFECT triangle go hand in hand. Inscribing 2 canted squares = inscribing equilateral triangle.
cos 45 x cos 45 = cos 60.

Then the Triangle will be perfect, but this again must be changed into a Circle; that is, into an invariable rednesse, by which operation the woman is converted into the man and made one with him, and six the first of the perfect numbers is absolved by one, two having returned again to an unity in which there is Rest and eternall peace.

Perect trinity man woman and child. 6 as to 1 is a hexagram reference
THE RADIUS = EACH of the 6 SIDEs

Basically combine Two equilateral triangles to form a hexagram, with a pentagram, such they have the same radius and are as one. Which takes us back to my original geometry for the plateau.

Maiers' philosophers stone has two circles in the ratio 3:8 [3:5:8 fibonacci]. The large circle will sit in another radius 12. It is the radius 12 circle that will have the perfect triangle [hexagram] and pentagram within.


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Re: Atalanta Fugiens & Giza, based on Gruais/Mouny's work 124 Anne-Marie 26-Jun-04 13:22
Re: Atalanta Fugiens & Giza, based on Gruais/Mouny's work 160 Anne-Marie 26-Jun-04 16:11
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