10-13-2018, 01:07 PM

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Be sure to review my last few posts and images,

for these two pyramids.

Grand Unification of Ancient and Modern Math and Geometry

The Versatility of Ancient Cubits

Cubits can be created or assigned in a multitude of applications.

They are not limited to interpretation constrained by just length and height measurements.

Each cubit can represent a plethora of ancient or modern designations.

Cubits can apply to ancient pi values, {and modern pi}

megalithic yards applications,

planetary timelines,

and universal constants can have specific cubits to define them,

just to name a few.

For instance,

utilize the Masonic Code architectural design at the Philly Grand Masonic Lodge,

{see earlier posts for that in this thread}

and the ancient Sumerian designs:

16 pointed star.

16 squared ---> times ---> Lunar Month 29.53059 days = 7559.83104 <--- use this value.

float the decimal:

755.983104 ---> assign as feet ---> 9071.797248 inches ---> = cubit 20.61772102 x 440

We now have a distinct cubit that defines a measurement,

which also defines the Earth Lunar Month.

An argument can be made that 9071.797248 inches ... cannot be measured.

Tell that to the aliens with their flying tic tacs manufactured on Planet Ecks.

EXACT measurement and calculation creates skyscrapers and football stadiums,

and ancient pyramids.

What is designed on paper to be built -- are the ancient and modern --- codes -- .

If you want to express this base length:

9071.797248 inches

you measure out ---> 9071.8 inches <--- and Khufu said ... close enough,

and nobody argued with him.

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This cubit processing can be applied to universal constants as well.

let's try:

Phi squared = 2.618033989

Exactly:

346.5 x 2.618033989 = 907.1487772 ---> float the decimal ---> 9071.487772 {assign as inches}

and,

your new cubit is: 440 x 20.61701766 inches = 9071.487772 inches.

WHY IS THIS CUBIT VALID AND IMPORTANT?

look at the multiple!

346.5

346.5 feet = 4158 inches = 201.6 x cubit 20.625

PETRIE

Menkaure Pyramid base measure:

4157.8 inches

is obviously:

4158 inches

4158 ---> then facilitates the premier ancient square root 2 fraction!

58803 / 41580 = square root 2

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The Versatility of Ancient Cubits

The Megalithic Yard of 2.72 feet,

facilitates complex convergence dynamics in a variety of cubit system applications.

Though the measurement itself may seem oddball,

as 2.72 feet = 32.64 inches,

it seems unmeasureable in the limited sense.

However,

there are a series of megalithic yard measurements that standardize the yard into specific lengths,

which create numerous unique geometries,

that have excellent convergencies to geometries using modern universal constants as constructs.

The 187 Pyramid

displays what is discussed above.

A specific cubit is found in the angle tangents of the pyramid apex geometries,

by processing the tangent directly into a cubit form.

The extreme convergence of angles, angle tangents, and cubits is most exceptional <----

This convergence dynamic,

portrays the importance of the ancient number 187,

and the fraction of universal constants:

{pi x phi} ---> divided by ---> Euler's constant e.

This is not a coincidence or random chance assimilation of numbers.

It is direct evidence of ancient cultural math sciences understanding these universal constants,

and how they assimilate and reflect the ancient math progressions and cubit systems.

In the image diagram -- we see the height at 748 feet <---

that is:

275 megalithic yards <---> 8976 inches = 435.2 cubits of 20.625 inches,

all very easily measured and constructed.

To actually construct an ancient pyramid with these measures,

that height of 748 feet,

with the short base of 400, may have been too hard to build.

Simply reverse the dimensions -- 400 foot height -- 748 foot base --- Piece of Khufu Cake.

What should be looked for,

in the variety ancient pyramid measured geometries,

would be that exact geometry from those measures <---.

Masterpiece Ancient and Modern Pyramid Geometry

...

Be sure to review my last few posts and images,

for these two pyramids.

Grand Unification of Ancient and Modern Math and Geometry

The Versatility of Ancient Cubits

Cubits can be created or assigned in a multitude of applications.

They are not limited to interpretation constrained by just length and height measurements.

Each cubit can represent a plethora of ancient or modern designations.

Cubits can apply to ancient pi values, {and modern pi}

megalithic yards applications,

planetary timelines,

and universal constants can have specific cubits to define them,

just to name a few.

For instance,

utilize the Masonic Code architectural design at the Philly Grand Masonic Lodge,

{see earlier posts for that in this thread}

and the ancient Sumerian designs:

16 pointed star.

16 squared ---> times ---> Lunar Month 29.53059 days = 7559.83104 <--- use this value.

float the decimal:

755.983104 ---> assign as feet ---> 9071.797248 inches ---> = cubit 20.61772102 x 440

We now have a distinct cubit that defines a measurement,

which also defines the Earth Lunar Month.

An argument can be made that 9071.797248 inches ... cannot be measured.

Tell that to the aliens with their flying tic tacs manufactured on Planet Ecks.

EXACT measurement and calculation creates skyscrapers and football stadiums,

and ancient pyramids.

What is designed on paper to be built -- are the ancient and modern --- codes -- .

If you want to express this base length:

9071.797248 inches

you measure out ---> 9071.8 inches <--- and Khufu said ... close enough,

and nobody argued with him.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This cubit processing can be applied to universal constants as well.

let's try:

Phi squared = 2.618033989

Exactly:

346.5 x 2.618033989 = 907.1487772 ---> float the decimal ---> 9071.487772 {assign as inches}

and,

your new cubit is: 440 x 20.61701766 inches = 9071.487772 inches.

WHY IS THIS CUBIT VALID AND IMPORTANT?

look at the multiple!

346.5

346.5 feet = 4158 inches = 201.6 x cubit 20.625

PETRIE

Menkaure Pyramid base measure:

4157.8 inches

is obviously:

4158 inches

4158 ---> then facilitates the premier ancient square root 2 fraction!

58803 / 41580 = square root 2

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The Versatility of Ancient Cubits

The Megalithic Yard of 2.72 feet,

facilitates complex convergence dynamics in a variety of cubit system applications.

Though the measurement itself may seem oddball,

as 2.72 feet = 32.64 inches,

it seems unmeasureable in the limited sense.

However,

there are a series of megalithic yard measurements that standardize the yard into specific lengths,

which create numerous unique geometries,

that have excellent convergencies to geometries using modern universal constants as constructs.

The 187 Pyramid

displays what is discussed above.

A specific cubit is found in the angle tangents of the pyramid apex geometries,

by processing the tangent directly into a cubit form.

The extreme convergence of angles, angle tangents, and cubits is most exceptional <----

This convergence dynamic,

portrays the importance of the ancient number 187,

and the fraction of universal constants:

{pi x phi} ---> divided by ---> Euler's constant e.

This is not a coincidence or random chance assimilation of numbers.

It is direct evidence of ancient cultural math sciences understanding these universal constants,

and how they assimilate and reflect the ancient math progressions and cubit systems.

In the image diagram -- we see the height at 748 feet <---

that is:

275 megalithic yards <---> 8976 inches = 435.2 cubits of 20.625 inches,

all very easily measured and constructed.

To actually construct an ancient pyramid with these measures,

that height of 748 feet,

with the short base of 400, may have been too hard to build.

Simply reverse the dimensions -- 400 foot height -- 748 foot base --- Piece of Khufu Cake.

What should be looked for,

in the variety ancient pyramid measured geometries,

would be that exact geometry from those measures <---.

Masterpiece Ancient and Modern Pyramid Geometry

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