05-07-2017, 12:09 AM
(This post was last modified: 05-07-2017, 03:17 AM by Ancient Vizier.)

As an addendum, another curious artifact I could have included in Chapter Four is the Giza Vector.

Giza Vector = 5577.096019. Yoda gave this as the cartographic "Grid Point" value combining the "Grid Longitude" of the three small Cheops subsidiary pyramids (07.396853331" East of the Great Pyramid Apex = SYMY) and the "Grid Latitude" of the three small Mycerinus subsidiary pyramids 41252.96126, even though this intersection doesn't seem to be otherwise marked by a physical monument.

41252.96126 / 7.396853331 = 5577.096019

Isn't it amazing, you pull some absolutely boneheaded stunt like that only to discover that

360 x sqrt 240 = 5577.096019 = SRVS 887.6223994 x 2 Pi = (57.29577951 / 2) x 19.46773764 x 10

This is another piece of data I was able to extract from the generic Thom Type A flattened circle with remarkable ease.

Here's my call on the intended interpretation of the generic perimeter of the Type a flattened circle:

Total perimeter = 350.5513216 = 350.4192775 (accuracy .99962)

That's 360 / 350.4192775 = 1.027340740

Anyone recognize it? No? Let's try turning it the other way then...

1 / 1.027340740 = 97.33868822 / 100 = 194.6773764 / 200

Radian 57.29577951 / 1.027340740 = 55.77096019

Giza Vector = 5577.096019. Yoda gave this as the cartographic "Grid Point" value combining the "Grid Longitude" of the three small Cheops subsidiary pyramids (07.396853331" East of the Great Pyramid Apex = SYMY) and the "Grid Latitude" of the three small Mycerinus subsidiary pyramids 41252.96126, even though this intersection doesn't seem to be otherwise marked by a physical monument.

41252.96126 / 7.396853331 = 5577.096019

Isn't it amazing, you pull some absolutely boneheaded stunt like that only to discover that

360 x sqrt 240 = 5577.096019 = SRVS 887.6223994 x 2 Pi = (57.29577951 / 2) x 19.46773764 x 10

This is another piece of data I was able to extract from the generic Thom Type A flattened circle with remarkable ease.

Here's my call on the intended interpretation of the generic perimeter of the Type a flattened circle:

Total perimeter = 350.5513216 = 350.4192775 (accuracy .99962)

That's 360 / 350.4192775 = 1.027340740

Anyone recognize it? No? Let's try turning it the other way then...

1 / 1.027340740 = 97.33868822 / 100 = 194.6773764 / 200

Radian 57.29577951 / 1.027340740 = 55.77096019

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