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Jim focusses on 21600 miles at Giza azimuth for one earth rotation. This is relevant to this thread because Hugh suggests the pyramid builders knew the speed of rotation for any given latitude and gives a barleycorn calculation to work it out.

Using the canon it is possible to work out what 21600 miles represents as follows

21600 x 5280 = 114048000 / 360 / 1000 = 316.8 knock me over with a feather. Is it a canonical proof?

take a butchers at the 'lost science of Measuring the Earth' by Heath and Michell.

In Inches 316.80 at the GP is 31680 inches and this divided by 5280 is 6 and is the distance between Stonehenge and Old Sarum in imperial feet.

If the Barleycorn is used 31680 / 0.3666r = 86400 the number of seconds in one day exactly what is required to be measured here.

So this proof is fairly comprehensive and covers both the GP SH and Old Sarum.

It also reconciles the work of Michell, Heath, Wakefield and Franklin using the imperial system and it's about time.

My first book is called 'It's About Time' because at Stonehenge the mile represents 1440 hours of 3.666r feet, when I wrote the book I didn't know about barleycorns and all that stuff so Hugh taught me.

cheers

dave

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 26-Nov-18 12:06 by DavidK.

Using the canon it is possible to work out what 21600 miles represents as follows

21600 x 5280 = 114048000 / 360 / 1000 = 316.8 knock me over with a feather. Is it a canonical proof?

take a butchers at the 'lost science of Measuring the Earth' by Heath and Michell.

In Inches 316.80 at the GP is 31680 inches and this divided by 5280 is 6 and is the distance between Stonehenge and Old Sarum in imperial feet.

If the Barleycorn is used 31680 / 0.3666r = 86400 the number of seconds in one day exactly what is required to be measured here.

So this proof is fairly comprehensive and covers both the GP SH and Old Sarum.

It also reconciles the work of Michell, Heath, Wakefield and Franklin using the imperial system and it's about time.

My first book is called 'It's About Time' because at Stonehenge the mile represents 1440 hours of 3.666r feet, when I wrote the book I didn't know about barleycorns and all that stuff so Hugh taught me.

cheers

dave

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 26-Nov-18 12:06 by DavidK.

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