1760 is the base of the GP in cubits
560 is twice the height so the GP is a Pi pyramid based on the sekhed
1760 is the saros cycle based on 6600/2100 instead of 1760/560 (6600 is saros plus 14.666r)
560 is obviously lunar so lunar diameter solar circumference.
52 is a solar number but 520 x 2/3 is 346.666r and this approximates very nicely to a lunar cycle.
If Pi is taken as 1632/520 then 346.666r x 1632/520 = 1088 and this number is also soli lunar
365.25 - 10.88 = 354.37 / 12 = 29.5308
So to say categorically that astronomical units are not in the design of the GP ignores this kind of evidence.
The pi pyramid is often referred to as the Sun pyramid and for quite obvious reasons but actually it is a soli lunar pyramid because the eclipse unit is 14.666r/4.666r = 22/7 or 1760/560.
52 x 56 = 2912 and this is 8 x 364 / 7 = 52 x 0.666 = 34.666r so it is not difficult to get to units with astronomical meaning.
Because Michell gives his canon in imperial units Pi as 22/7 is in the canon of ancient measure.
If you look at Thom's work at Avebury it is all about the number 52 and his final perimeter is 3647 units and this divided by 7 is 521.
52 x 56 is not coincidence it is a lunar diameter and multiplied by pi gives 91520 and this in miles is 17.333r miles or 1760 feet (the base of the GP) x 52.
17.333r miles is the distance from SH to Avebury on a back bearing of 176 degrees exactly using google earth.
it is all about soli lunar numbers interpreted via PI until the canon kicks in then it is about soli lunar numbers translated into circle circumferences that feather towards the Earth circumference the closer one gets to 365.2 solar days.
365.2 x 360 x 1000 = 24900 imperial miles.
Based on this calculation the modern metre represents 364.537037 solar days and the ancient metre represents 364.5833333 days exactly(a Rodzzz number), both infinite repeating numbers one based on 100/99 the other on 10/9.
And the thing is, PhiPiandI started this thread with the number 1728 and this x 100 is the number of barleycorns in one mile and it is 12 x 12 x 12 x 100. So a perfect mathematical cube as well as being an eclipse systemand a calculator of the circumference of the Earth.
If the barleycorn represents one second the day is 6 miles in distance converted from time
Edited 8 time(s). Last edit at 18-Mar-18 02:05 by DavidK.