The first phase of Stonehenge the Aubrey circle is 56 postholes with an assumption of 10 units between each so 560 x 22/7 = 1760 the imperial miles in yards or the GP base in cubits. Why 10 units, Professor Thom suggested base 10 or 100 or 1000 etc was universally sacred.
Thom also suggested they wanted to predict eclipses and that is what the Aubrey circle does according to the book 'On Stonehenge ' written in the 1960's by Professor Sir Fred Hoyle. He suggested only one number is required to be known to be able to predict an eclipse and that is 6585.3333r being 14.6666r units short of 6600 being 5280/0.8.
The imperial at 5280 feet is the a clue in that divided by 360 it gives the eclipse unit of 14.666r.
This is a base 10 unit as follows 14.6666 /22 x 7 = 4.666r difference = 10 units.
After analysing some of Jacob's posts it became very clear that 22/7 works with a complementary version of Pi as 22/7 x 9800/9801.
Jacob uses root 2 as 99/70 and also 140/99 in his diagrams.
140/99 x 9801/9800 = 99/70 no question about this.
99/70 = 1.414285714 this is a base 99 unit
140/99 = 1.414141414r this is a base 100 unit
difference = 0.0001443
1.414285714 / 0.0001443 = 9801
1.4141414141r / 0.0001443 = 9800.
Each of these two root 2 versions when multiplied by 2.222r produces a version of Pi
3.142857143 and 3.142536476
99/70 x 140/99 = 2 so add them together and divide by 2 to get real root 2 x 2.222r or 20/9 = 3.142696805 squared = 9.87654320987654320r and the suggestion is the designers knew this and it runs through the framework of the GP inside the 1760/280 framework.
the sequence from the parallel strands is
19600 pi is 22/7 x 19600/19602
19601 pi is 22/7 x 19601/19602
19602 aligning with 22/7 so the complementary versions of Pi can be worked out per above.
This is the hidden element of the GP design possibly.
Why would they want to predict eclipses? An eclipse was possibly considered to be a sacred experience, if you have experienced one you will know just how fantastic they can be, and quite eerie. Why else - control over the population to facilitate massive civil engineering projects in megalithic times.
Finally back to Stonehemge and applying the 19600 and 19602 versions of Pi
1760 / 178.2 = 9.87654321.It is hidden within 560, as 5600/567.
Jacob does not accept the builders used Pi at the GP but they certainly did at SH Aubrey. Professor Thom confirmed it.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 30-Nov-18 15:45 by DavidK.