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2 days ago
molder
The ancients used a simple system to link a foot measure and cubit. For example 16 digits = 1 foot. And 24 digits = 1 cubit a standard if 1.5 feet not the Royal cubit which comes from the Indus measure. For interest how other pyramids are connected simply by number. In the imperial foot of 12 inches each digit = 0.75 inches so 0.75 digits x 16 = 12 inches. With the GP 756 feet X 16 =
Forum: Mysteries
2 days ago
molder
We don't have everyone vaccinated and a couple of days ago a guy tested positive. The race is on. Today genomic testing linked the man's infection to a returned traveller from the United States who had been staying in one of the city's quarantine hotels. No link yet but the guy went shopping over the last few days. Everyone now used QR codes when entering stores and they have tracked
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
molder
August Friday the 13th 2021 is our first friday the 13th for this year. It was on August Friday the 13th 1521 Cortes captured Cuauhtemoc, the ruler of Tenochtitlan. Jim
Forum: History
3 days ago
molder
In the OLD days about 100 years ago to double the volume of a cube was time consuming to say the least. For instance if a cube measured 1 foot or 1 metre in length then that easy as it's volume = 1 cubic whatever foot, metre, cubit. Now double it to 2 cubic feet. What is the length of the cube? We have a calculator and know it is 1.25992... metres or feet ok. Would the ancients hav
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
molder
Hi If there are a couple of things that really jog our minds on Saturn for me at least.Here are just 2 that come to mind 1. A complete revolution around the sun is about 29.5 years and the moon 29.5 days. 2. Its Synodic period or the interval between opposition is 378 days. And that is 756. Thanks for the post . Jim
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
molder
Quote'Was it this, 4156.922 X 4156.922 = 17280000' Yep thanks Dune and And ,the sqrt of 12 at 3.464101615 We are getting there. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
molder
Hi Dune I can't reply to your last post directly so will do it this way. Your base measure 4156 for the third pyramid. 346.3333 feet. This number pops up and in the coffer especially. The volume of the coffer is connected to the volume of the GP and Petrie gives the volume as 72030 cubic inches or 71960 cubic inches. If the volume of the coffer originated as a cube then each si
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
molder
Who knows how this thing will pan out. You know at the beginning of of last year I organised a speaker on the Spanish Flu for our history group. He had been given a grant by Brisbane City to write a book on the pandemic 100 years before. In 1919 500 million people a third of the world's population at the time caught the virus. 50 million died. Let's hope we avoide that. Though the
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
molder
Hello Derek You can site me that is fine. Quote'5760 increased hence the GP volume of 91445760 cubic Feet' I am still on my phone but looking on the volume number. It is also the area of a square based on a rectangle from the centre of the GP to the centre of the third pyr West then South. The solution to the Giza rectangle is the pyramid base X 4 3024 squared 9144576 squ
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
molder
Hello all am now back in the world of the www. Been out near Chillago seen some great caves. Dune the ball court if your right then 484 X 216 = 104544 square feet 2.4 acres exactly. Using the imperial measure to find an acre divide by 43560 square feet. However with Indus Valley use 36000 as there are 36000 square Indus feet in an acre. 2.4 acres x 36000 = 86,400 square feet and the d
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
molder
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > molder Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Thanks Dune yes you had a good stab things get > > lost. > > > > Am going up the Cape tomorrow first flight in > over > > a year will have a few days and a few days > driving > > will be
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
molder
Thanks Dune yes you had a good stab things get lost. Am going up the Cape tomorrow first flight in over a year will have a few days and a few days driving will be good to think this over. Thanks again .. width of ball court should be ok ...anyway will get back. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
20 days ago
molder
Dune if your reading these posts would you please look at base measures for El Castillo and perhaps the ball court width especially on the same site at Chicken Itza. At least that site is clear. No problems if your busy ....and diagonals. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
20 days ago
molder
Mentioned this in China virus but deserves recognition. This year 2021, turns out to be quite an important anniversary. I found the following timeline interesting. Five hundred years ago the major powers of the Old World were engaged in the conquest, not just of Mexico and the New World, but of the entire known world. 1518: a Smallpox epidemic broke out in Spain. 1519:
Forum: History
21 days ago
molder
The base of El Castillo is given as 55.3m or 181.4ft. The GP base = 440 Royal cubits and if a RC is 20.625 inches then the base = 756.25 ft. This we have been over many times. I would like to suggest that the area of El Castillo base = .75625 acres? Same numbers 75625. .75625 acres x 43560 = 32942.25 square feet. Side/base then = 181.5 imperial feet same as El Castillo. Look at the
Forum: Mysteries
21 days ago
molder
Here in Australia or vac program is way behind schedule. Astra Zeneca blood clots and press reporting have spooked people. My wife and I got our 1st shot last week next one in July. I seem to remember that when flying there was a 1 in 6000 chance of thrombosis Everyone still flew. For interest Fauci warns Oz but also warns US on getting vaccine. Well considered lecture.
Forum: Global Village
22 days ago
molder
Hi think Quote'Here is my diagram of El Castillo labelled with Maler's data, wherein we can see the total width of the staircase on this side of the pyramid comes to an estimated 1184 cm = 38.84514436 ft' The enc Brit tells us 13.2 inches found in New Mexico. 35.4 Indus feet = 38.94 imperial. They are using Indus feet. 25.92 Indus feet = 28.512 imperial Best Jim
Forum: Mysteries
23 days ago
molder
'Hi Jim. If I may, you could calculate with a Synodic Month of exactly 29.530588853.' Derek thank for your post. When I began I did not get the exact Synodic month 29.5305888. I began with the number 94. And then multiplied it by true pi. I got 295.3097094 should have used 9.4. In any case it's close to a Synodic month about 33 seconds difference. Pretty close. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
27 days ago
molder
They new the length of the year but 360 gelled with the sun and moon. There are 360 degrees in a circle, and we know this has an ancient origin. We know the year is about 360 days in length. The remarkable thing is that the number 360 can be measured in a day, and it may be that this was the reason to choose this number above all others as the basis of a system. I found this quote in The E
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
molder
Quote *Harry and Megan are being treated fairly for the most part by US press (did you see the interview they did with Oprah?" Yes the US press are a lot kinder than some in the UK and other Commonwealth countries. Harry is wasting his time in Hollywood as the article showed he and Meghan were smash hits in the Pacific. The Chinese presence has to be countered in the South Pacific a
Forum: Global Village
28 days ago
molder
You know I met Prince Philip once on board the Royal Yacht Britannia. I was in the army reserve and 6 of us were told to dress up and hop over to the ship and accept an award. Very nice bloke but what interested me and got me thinking was when walking back to leave the ship we passed the Queen's cabin. Bigger than normal window and looking in, as you do, I noticed the bed 2 or 3 feet abo
Forum: Global Village
29 days ago
molder
This is the best explanation I have found on 360. And it works!. Jim
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
molder
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow Jim. I didn’t know you had negative rates > in Australia. What is the charge to keep you > money in a bank? Thanks, Hi Eddie No charge YET to keep money I am making 0.44 percent. Retirees are burning savings. Good for youngsters buying a new home though house prices are rising as t
Forum: Global Village
30 days ago
molder
This was sent to me from a friend. Don't know if same thing happening in US Europe Asia. Have shared a link below which I found interesting and it isn't the first time I have seen this reported. There seems to be an increasing number of $50 & $100 Australian bank notes which are being required to be created by the RBA "Reserve Bank of Australia" and it isn't because we are usi
Forum: Global Village
4 weeks ago
molder
I do not know if anyone has looked at this previously so I would like to claim copyright if not. The Second Pyramid height. The day has 24 hours or 1440 minutes. I suggest the height of the second be 144 metres which is within Petrie's 5664 +- 13ins. If pyr is 3 4 5 then with height 144m base = 216m 216m = 708.661 imperial feet certainly longer than Petrie. A Synodic year 354.3
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
molder
Audrey and all here attached is the best discussion on the history and discoveries in regard to the Royal cubit. I will ask all to read it or at least some as it is quite long. Moyer keeps coming back to the digit...is it 24 or 28 etc to a cubit. What he and others were not aware of was the existence of the Indus and Saxon foot at least no mention. You see it solves the problem 13.2 i
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
molder
Hi Merc Manu Yes this is a bit by a murder mystery but finding the measure at the scene of the crime is a beginning. This from Jacob about 7 years ago. Warning do not click on the website given apparently it has changed.I have deleted the web address. Go to Ernest Moyer. "Author: Sirfiroth () Date: August 12, 2013 12:04PM Hi Patricia, Wikipedia assessment and statements
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
molder
Dr T This thing is not about English inches ..Its about ancient measures and Modern measures. 'Lunar and solar years In Mesopotamia, where the Babylonians are the leading astronomers, the calendar is a simple lunar one. So probably is the first Egyptian calendar. And a lunar calendar is still in use today in Islam. But such a calendar has one major disadvantage. The length of a l
Forum: Mysteries
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