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The prior post info on "the pace" is essentially useless in the discussion.

EA, you should go back and review:

The Ancient Math Lesson,

then you might realize why the Megalithic Yard of 2.72 feet was used, where it was used.

You do not grasp how unique and special that rectangle is.

Megalithic yards probably did vary in different cultures.

The Indus short yard mentioned of 33 inches is a construct of cubit 20.625.

It is also fibonacci in nature.

20.625

divided by

33 inches

equals ---------- 0.625 = 5 / 8 = 365 day Earth year / 584 day Venus synod {ancient cycle}.

The ancient Indus "short yard" of 33 inches

actually could be called:

The Megalithic Yard of 2.75 feet {12 inch feet}

In that regard both units of measure are competent and real. {2.72 feet and 2.75 feet}

It depends on which - prime multiple - each culture wants to employ in their "sacred geometry".

2.75 feet

aligns with the 11 multiple ... 11 x 25 = 275

2.72 feet

applies to the 17 multiple. 17 x 16 = 272

it also aligns the math with ancient Pi value 3.1416 ---- 1155 x 2.72 = 314160

1155 --- of course -- = 56 x 20.625 cubit

The ancient Pi value 3.1416,

thus creates a huge versatility in manipulating important primes:

31416 = {primes 7 x 11 x 17} then x 24

note that primes 11 x 17 = 187 <---> 187. 0006134 = {100 Pi x Phi} / e

where

e = 2.718281828 {Euler's math constant}

31416 = 187 x 168

Note that 187 and 272 are numbers functioning with 3.1416 <----

allowing decimal shift:

1870 / 2.72 = 687.5 ... divided by 33.33333333~ = 20.625 cubit

Pi value 3.1416 has it's own unique place in the Khufu Pyramid numerological infrastructure.

It also emerges from the ancient Pi progressions.

3.1416 was likely a Pi value of used in earliest Stonehenge era <--- which is why I employ it.

The versatility of the Pi value 3.1416 in that era of cultural numerology,

may be the key as to why 2.72 feet was used there in early Stonehenge influenced England,

and inherent within the Khufu Pyramid also, due to Pi value 3.1416.

Thom was correct within the framework of his studies of sites in England.

THAT megalithic yard was 2.72 feet,

and both 2.72 and 2.75 as feet in yards,

are utilized in ancient Khufu pyramid math and geometry.

2.72 feet is the classic ancient Megalithic Yard.

That foot measure is what allows the Ancient Math Lesson {my two posts back},

to facilitate the square root two and square root phi functions in the rectangle.

You cannot replicate that geometry with whole numbers ... using 2.75 feet <---as the MY.

Here is an interesting application of the ancient math:

Khufu Pyramid -- Apex Angle {Side Faces} -- tangent = 14 / 11

Apex Angle tangent:

= 4.106666666~ = 31416 / 7650 = {1155 x 2.72 MY} / 765 = {77 x 2.72 MY} / 51

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The prior post info on "the pace" is essentially useless in the discussion.

EA, you should go back and review:

The Ancient Math Lesson,

then you might realize why the Megalithic Yard of 2.72 feet was used, where it was used.

You do not grasp how unique and special that rectangle is.

Megalithic yards probably did vary in different cultures.

The Indus short yard mentioned of 33 inches is a construct of cubit 20.625.

It is also fibonacci in nature.

20.625

divided by

33 inches

equals ---------- 0.625 = 5 / 8 = 365 day Earth year / 584 day Venus synod {ancient cycle}.

The ancient Indus "short yard" of 33 inches

actually could be called:

The Megalithic Yard of 2.75 feet {12 inch feet}

In that regard both units of measure are competent and real. {2.72 feet and 2.75 feet}

It depends on which - prime multiple - each culture wants to employ in their "sacred geometry".

2.75 feet

aligns with the 11 multiple ... 11 x 25 = 275

2.72 feet

applies to the 17 multiple. 17 x 16 = 272

it also aligns the math with ancient Pi value 3.1416 ---- 1155 x 2.72 = 314160

1155 --- of course -- = 56 x 20.625 cubit

The ancient Pi value 3.1416,

thus creates a huge versatility in manipulating important primes:

31416 = {primes 7 x 11 x 17} then x 24

note that primes 11 x 17 = 187 <---> 187. 0006134 = {100 Pi x Phi} / e

where

e = 2.718281828 {Euler's math constant}

31416 = 187 x 168

Note that 187 and 272 are numbers functioning with 3.1416 <----

allowing decimal shift:

1870 / 2.72 = 687.5 ... divided by 33.33333333~ = 20.625 cubit

Pi value 3.1416 has it's own unique place in the Khufu Pyramid numerological infrastructure.

It also emerges from the ancient Pi progressions.

3.1416 was likely a Pi value of used in earliest Stonehenge era <--- which is why I employ it.

The versatility of the Pi value 3.1416 in that era of cultural numerology,

may be the key as to why 2.72 feet was used there in early Stonehenge influenced England,

and inherent within the Khufu Pyramid also, due to Pi value 3.1416.

Thom was correct within the framework of his studies of sites in England.

THAT megalithic yard was 2.72 feet,

and both 2.72 and 2.75 as feet in yards,

are utilized in ancient Khufu pyramid math and geometry.

2.72 feet is the classic ancient Megalithic Yard.

That foot measure is what allows the Ancient Math Lesson {my two posts back},

to facilitate the square root two and square root phi functions in the rectangle.

You cannot replicate that geometry with whole numbers ... using 2.75 feet <---as the MY.

Here is an interesting application of the ancient math:

Khufu Pyramid -- Apex Angle {Side Faces} -- tangent = 14 / 11

Apex Angle tangent:

= 4.106666666~ = 31416 / 7650 = {1155 x 2.72 MY} / 765 = {77 x 2.72 MY} / 51

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