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DUNE
Back to the Moon. DPP
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
DUNE
Further to my previous post on G2's coffer. Petries findings on G2's coffer On G1's coffer. Jim , Molder has previously noted a volume ratio between G1's coffer and G1's full size, and then wondered if the coffer is also related to its outside measurements. I would say definitely yes, as if we take the coffers length at 90" and G1's South side at 9072 then the ratio is 100.
Forum: Mysteries
2 days ago
DUNE
gjb wrote, "Unfortunately, I’m having to completely revise my work and recalculate on discovering that the builders didn’t use Egyptian units of measure, but British Imperial units." Ok i think most will get what you are "Really" saying there. When the evidence is so overwhelming for the use of a unit "equivalent" to the inch being used , and based on the 12
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
DUNE
I find it interesting that Petrie says G1's coffer is not as well made as G2's. He says, " It is not finely wrought, and cannot in this respect rival the coffer in the Second Pyramid. On the outer sides the lines of sawing may be plainly seen: horizontal on the N., a small patch horizontal on the E., vertical on the S., and nearly horizontal on the W.; showing that the masons did not h
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
DUNE
Here's a question for anyone out there who can decipher Petries writings . He lists his mean results for the sarcophagus Then he has a smoke of something and then goes off and writes up something that seems to suggest the sarcophagus is slightly larger than his mean figures. So can 90" be fairly used for the maximum length of the coffer. And on the question of working in inches
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
DUNE
Someone needs to check their BS meter, or at least put their glasses on lol, DPP
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
DUNE
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Your 875.043 inch figure, which you derive from > √π x 432,000 in your proposed premeditated > design principle, is composed of the following sum > of distances obtained from the filleted chamber: > > 230.4 inch + 412.143 inch + 232.5 inch. > > The 232.5 inch figure you got from the 2 inch &g
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
DUNE
When the designer of G1 decided to build the King's chamber did he work from a brief diagram scribbled on the back of a piece of papyrus , seeing as most of us believe the King's chamber encodes a multitude of mathematical equations , then it stands to reason a lot of thought was put into its inception, that being the case then one has to come to the conclusion that there was a very detailed blu
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
DUNE
Sometimes information can be recovered not by what's there but by what's not there , a case in point is the empty space of the Kings chamber. Let's fill it up with one big lump of Granite. Using an online Stone Calculator we find some interesting numbers. DPP
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
DUNE
Hi Jacob, Well from my perspective that proof you ask for is in all of my posts over the last ten years. Here's some more, er proof. The Lunar Tic strikes again. DPP
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
DUNE
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- actual floor > 1691.4 to 1693.7 ± .6 above pavement; ceiling > 1921.6 to 1923.7 ± .6 above pavement. > (bold numerals are mine) > > Jacob Hi Jacob I have always maintained that there must be some numerical significance to the levels above base for these internal structures in the great pyramid.
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
DUNE
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Dennis, > > You might want to check your figures. Petrie > wrote: Base of walls 1686.3 to 1688.5 ± > .6 above pavement; actual floor 1691.4 to > 1693.7 ± .6 above pavement; ceiling > 1921.6 to 1923.7 ± .6 above > pavement. > > You do know there is a tilt to the floor of the &g
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
DUNE
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Jim, > > You wrote: There is a coincidence however as in > some publications which I have read, but not > checked tonight. the Height of the Kings Chamber > is quoted as 11.2 Royal cubits in height. > > Not really! Petrie writes: The position of the > King's Chamber in the Pyramid
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
DUNE
Hi Spacey. We do seem to have some differences in those measurements. Take for instance your line of sight distance between G1 and G3 as you call it, you say its 1787.3 cubits, im assuming your using the Royal cubit as does Legon at 20.62" , then in inches its 36854" , 4 inches shorter than Petries stated figure, and ten inches shorter than my prefered 36864" figure. Belo
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
DUNE
Hi Spacey . Just a pic to confirm your initial analysis on G2's NW corner and that line correlation . Having lost that corner connection i still think there is a valid line connection between the 9 Oclock line to 11 Oclock, ok it's not perfect , but its dam close. Couldnt show the 9 Oclock point but i can assure you its spot on that time, the image was too large to put it in D
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
DUNE
Hi Spacey . Ive just done the biggest scale drawing of Giza and that circle my PC can handle , i can confirm your first result of that line heading past G2's NW corner, and yes i also have a miss South of the corner by some 6 cubits, im not too downbeat as i still think the geometric relationship between G1 and G2 is still there via G1's diagonal line heading South East to the point where it
Forum: Mysteries
9 days ago
DUNE
Hi Spacey, Nice work, I can't fault your results, but all i would say is your working with John Legon's Model, and his rounded cubits, and my model is different, so yes your results are correct to that particular model. Now ive never claimed my G2 NW corner correlation was perfect , but i feel it's line must connect to the 10 Oclock position on that clock face, whether it was meant to
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
DUNE
Now the measure from the two outer centers to the middle. Adding the two together in feet and dividing by 5280, we get 0.9295587 miles , you could take those numbers for the Earth's mean distance from the Sun, if this wasn't their intention then it should have been. DPP
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
DUNE
Taking another look at Thornboroughs layout . Given that the Moon was one of the main reason for why these henges are so designed then it stands to reason their geometric layout could encode specific Lunar information. The result between the two centers of the Henges was 2449.39 ft , that's quite exact , but i did spend a lot of time determining their center points by various Google Earth
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
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Hi Merc Ahh yes , now i see it, yea thats neat, Kilometers hmmm , ducks down to avoid the full Nelson lol. Thanks for the links, will check out those circles. Just a quicky on Teotihuacan , and how it can suck you into applying our favourite unit of measure to their structures. The pic below shows a measure between two of their platforms that = 1870.08 ft / 5.12 = 365.25 Agai
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
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Hi Merc Yea Teotihuacan was a great couple of days spent there based from Mexico city , and then the rest in Acapulco , i often go on Googles Street View for their walk around the site , try it im sure you will find it interesting, you can see close up how they channeled water along the Avenue of the dead into separate sections of the Avenue , would love to go back there someday. I am not f
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12 days ago
DUNE
Hi Merc I did eventually find your sites ,, and yes 248.83 looks good, and that 8400 ft figure also looks good. You mention the Sun Pyramid at Teotihuacan,,i was lucky enough to have spent the day there some years ago , it's another site that can send you round the bend trying to apply units of measure that work with the structures . Anyway i thought i would see what Google Earth gives
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
DUNE
I don't believe i have measured this particular line before. Again it just cements my hypothesis that Giza has been designed from a single geometric plan , see "The Giza Clock" ; From the center point C to G2's North West corner = 1536 ft , which is exactly the half base of the Equilateral triangle of 3072 ft I wonder if it was meant to be 1536.02 ft as 1773.62 ft minu
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
DUNE
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Dune, > > I like your thinking! > Here are some similar ones I had already, but > you've inspired me to look for more later: > > Saint Michael's Mount to Silbury Hill: 962,800 > feet, 59.05 degrees > 29.53059 x 12 x 2716.9 = 962,800 (AMY = 2.715 > feet, MY = 2.72 feet - a link?
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
DUNE
Hi Merc, Just seen your post, those connections looks interesting , will check them out later for additional info , if any . Here's an interesting "coincidence", The Great Pyramids perimeter in inches = 36278" , and the best fit cubit for that perimeter will be 20.6125" x 1760. Now if you project a line from the center of my Giza triangle / Clock face to the Equ
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
DUNE
Is it possible to measure over such long distances ? If it is then this may have been their intention. From the edge of Avebury to the edge of Thornborough , heading 3.6 degrees = 1014504 feet / 10000 ft = 1 Arcsecond in ft at 101.4504 ft DPP
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
DUNE
Going off peak for a bit. I have always felt these ancient sites were land markers that connect to other sites, as im sure some posters here have already come to that conclusion , re Mercurial, Glass Jigsaw and others, so looking again at Avebury Henge in Wiltshire i wanted to see if they had gone further with the site to site correlation and connected Avebury to the Earth's North Pole and
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
DUNE
Hi Think Could Silbury Hill be a guachimontón ? DPP
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
DUNE
I guess the diagram speaks for itself. John Michell has an interesting piece on this number in his "The Dimensions of Paradise" (The Proportions and Symbolic Numbers of Ancient Cosmology ) P 107 DPP
Forum: Mysteries
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