04-26-2019, 01:09 AM

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This is the wrap up of the Pyramid Indentations section.

Starting with Graham Hancock's model,

and his 36 inch setback,

producing the interior square base of 9000 inches per base length,

of the interior formed pyramid.

It is a good model to evolve from.

My suggestion of using the 42 inch setback,

produced the superior measurement of 8988 inches.

This revealed not only the Venus sidereal at 224. 7 days,

but it also produced the premier Khafre Pyramid base length:

8988 inches = 40 x 224.7 Venus sidereal

8988 inches = Khufu Pyramid slope tangent {14 / 11} x 7062 <---

with 706.2 feet,

being the premier Khafre Pyramid base length:

706.2 = aPi x 224.7 Venus sidereal --- aPi = {22 / 7}

Another optimum choice was proposed,

with a 48 inch setback --

producing mathematics revealing the ancient megalithic yard of 2.72 feet.

An extremely unique model of the centralized setback square,

was presented to produce a perfect interior square base of 8988 inches per base length,

yet,

still incorporating Hancock's 36 inch setback,

the Venus sidereal setback - 42 inches,

and the megalithic yard setback of 48 inches.

This is probably the best model that I found to display possibilities.

Hancock's 9000 inch model is preserved in this concept,

along with possibly more important considerations,

especially the Venus sidereal - Khafre Pyramid setback I developed.

My idea is thus that the Indentations could easily be variable in depth,

to express more ancient content. Maybe so, maybe not, these are developing theory models.

What Hancock's model does,

is produce a full 36000 inch square base perimeter.

{4 x 9000 inches per base length}

Not that this is necessary, but it is pretty and consistent with his approach.

So the next step {image 1} was to try to develop a multiple setback scheme,

for each Indentation,

that still adds up to 36000 inches in the perimeter <---

A surprise unbeknownst to me prior was discovered <---

Image 1:

shows exactly a full 36000 inch perimeter length,

using FOUR different setbacks!

The original 36, 42, and 48 inch setbacks are still incorporated,

all from the previous design,

and the math thus eliminated all other possibilities to add up to 36000 inches,

with the last setback base length:

18 inches <--- :

Thus creating an interior half base length of:

4518 inches -- or 9036 inches total if only this setback length were employed.

So I look at the 9036 inch length and am totally puzzled at the time.

Now look at 9036 inches and 4518 inches and find the base prime number.

4518 = 18 x 251

9036 = 36 x 251

So the key value here ... is the prime 251

That prime number does not ring a bell in any of my past harmonic code.

So I was stumped.

I had the 36000 inch perimeter,

but with a 4518 inch base length that made little sense.

So I typed the word search number "251 prime number" into google search

Bingo.

An ancient and important lunar cycle -- "251 lunations" -- or 251 synodic months.

I then took that clue {251 lunations}

and tried to see if that would work as a multiple <---

for the Lunar Month of 29.53059 days.

Bingo.

A spectacular Lunar Month cycle with the Earth sidereal year is found.

Every 2259 Earth sidereal years {9 x 251}

there are:

27941 Lunar Months.

accuracy: 0.9999999 <---

with a Lunar Month off by only ---> 0.3 seconds <--- spectacular accuracy

Lunar Month -- 29.53059 days

Convergent --- 29.53058649

https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknFiJnK...cycle.html

see: Matching synodic and anomalistic months

So the issue of validity of the 4158 x 2 = 9036 inch interior base length,

is fulfilled by the extreme accuracy lunar cycle.

Now we have a 36000 inch perimeter interior base,

or 18000 inches total,

using all four -- half base lengths -- from the center point.

The interior pyramid slope angle tangent,

produced by the 4518 inch -- half base length:

140 x 20.618 18 18~ cubit

divided by

9 x 251

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This above diagram is an exceptional design but has one possible flaw.

Though it produces the 36000 desired inches,

we get two full base lengths,

{developed from combining half lengths}

of:

2 x 8988 inches

and

2 x 9012 inches. --- the 9012 inch length produces the prime 751

9012 = 12 x 751,

which is a rare prime in research,

but still to be clarified into the ancient numerology.

So I still like my prior design,

of the 8988 inch interior square better,

until something more develops with the prime 751.

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The 9009 inch base length model.

An alternate design is offered only to point to the fact,

that a plethora of unique possibilities of setbacks,'

can produce valid associative ancient correlations.

This design eliminates the 4500 inch half base length,

and replaces it with

4521 inches,

4521 = 33 x Kabbalah 137 = 1.6 x cubit 20.625 x 137.

That half base length of 4521 inches,

is combined with the megalithic yard defined base length of 4488 inches,

to total:

4488 + 4521

9009 inches

This is an awesome number in the ancient cultural sacred geometry and math.

In the Menkaure Pyramid,

one of Petrie's base measures is extremely close to 4158 inches,

a cubit 20.625 construct.

4158 inches = 346.5 feet <---

Now,

look at the new combined base length of 9009 inches,

and use a decimal variation.

9009

90090 = 260 Tzolkin x 346.5 <---

900900 =

Menkaure Pyrmid height 2566.666666~ inches {using cubit 20.625}

times,

351 <---> 351 = one half the Dresden Codex number -- 702 <---

900900 = Pyramid height 481.25 {cubit 20.625} -- times -- 1872 {Mayan Long Count 1872000}

and,

the absolutely amazing factor here with 9009 inches:

9009 = 11 x 819 -- 819 is an important Mayan calendar glyph,

that:

produces the most important -- Short Term Lunar Month Cycle <---

seen at the bottom of the image.

Once again these are refined pyramid models to consider.

Other combinations of setbacks may indeed find validity.

I explored hundreds of combinations and possibilities,

but decided that this was far enough,

and maybe someone else can use the data here,

to find a better combination of base lengths and setbacks.

...

This is the wrap up of the Pyramid Indentations section.

Starting with Graham Hancock's model,

and his 36 inch setback,

producing the interior square base of 9000 inches per base length,

of the interior formed pyramid.

It is a good model to evolve from.

My suggestion of using the 42 inch setback,

produced the superior measurement of 8988 inches.

This revealed not only the Venus sidereal at 224. 7 days,

but it also produced the premier Khafre Pyramid base length:

8988 inches = 40 x 224.7 Venus sidereal

8988 inches = Khufu Pyramid slope tangent {14 / 11} x 7062 <---

with 706.2 feet,

being the premier Khafre Pyramid base length:

706.2 = aPi x 224.7 Venus sidereal --- aPi = {22 / 7}

Another optimum choice was proposed,

with a 48 inch setback --

producing mathematics revealing the ancient megalithic yard of 2.72 feet.

An extremely unique model of the centralized setback square,

was presented to produce a perfect interior square base of 8988 inches per base length,

yet,

still incorporating Hancock's 36 inch setback,

the Venus sidereal setback - 42 inches,

and the megalithic yard setback of 48 inches.

This is probably the best model that I found to display possibilities.

Hancock's 9000 inch model is preserved in this concept,

along with possibly more important considerations,

especially the Venus sidereal - Khafre Pyramid setback I developed.

My idea is thus that the Indentations could easily be variable in depth,

to express more ancient content. Maybe so, maybe not, these are developing theory models.

What Hancock's model does,

is produce a full 36000 inch square base perimeter.

{4 x 9000 inches per base length}

Not that this is necessary, but it is pretty and consistent with his approach.

So the next step {image 1} was to try to develop a multiple setback scheme,

for each Indentation,

that still adds up to 36000 inches in the perimeter <---

A surprise unbeknownst to me prior was discovered <---

Image 1:

shows exactly a full 36000 inch perimeter length,

using FOUR different setbacks!

The original 36, 42, and 48 inch setbacks are still incorporated,

all from the previous design,

and the math thus eliminated all other possibilities to add up to 36000 inches,

with the last setback base length:

18 inches <--- :

Thus creating an interior half base length of:

4518 inches -- or 9036 inches total if only this setback length were employed.

So I look at the 9036 inch length and am totally puzzled at the time.

Now look at 9036 inches and 4518 inches and find the base prime number.

4518 = 18 x 251

9036 = 36 x 251

So the key value here ... is the prime 251

That prime number does not ring a bell in any of my past harmonic code.

So I was stumped.

I had the 36000 inch perimeter,

but with a 4518 inch base length that made little sense.

So I typed the word search number "251 prime number" into google search

Bingo.

An ancient and important lunar cycle -- "251 lunations" -- or 251 synodic months.

I then took that clue {251 lunations}

and tried to see if that would work as a multiple <---

for the Lunar Month of 29.53059 days.

Bingo.

A spectacular Lunar Month cycle with the Earth sidereal year is found.

Every 2259 Earth sidereal years {9 x 251}

there are:

27941 Lunar Months.

accuracy: 0.9999999 <---

with a Lunar Month off by only ---> 0.3 seconds <--- spectacular accuracy

Lunar Month -- 29.53059 days

Convergent --- 29.53058649

https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknFiJnK...cycle.html

see: Matching synodic and anomalistic months

So the issue of validity of the 4158 x 2 = 9036 inch interior base length,

is fulfilled by the extreme accuracy lunar cycle.

Now we have a 36000 inch perimeter interior base,

or 18000 inches total,

using all four -- half base lengths -- from the center point.

The interior pyramid slope angle tangent,

produced by the 4518 inch -- half base length:

140 x 20.618 18 18~ cubit

divided by

9 x 251

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

This above diagram is an exceptional design but has one possible flaw.

Though it produces the 36000 desired inches,

we get two full base lengths,

{developed from combining half lengths}

of:

2 x 8988 inches

and

2 x 9012 inches. --- the 9012 inch length produces the prime 751

9012 = 12 x 751,

which is a rare prime in research,

but still to be clarified into the ancient numerology.

So I still like my prior design,

of the 8988 inch interior square better,

until something more develops with the prime 751.

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

The 9009 inch base length model.

An alternate design is offered only to point to the fact,

that a plethora of unique possibilities of setbacks,'

can produce valid associative ancient correlations.

This design eliminates the 4500 inch half base length,

and replaces it with

4521 inches,

4521 = 33 x Kabbalah 137 = 1.6 x cubit 20.625 x 137.

That half base length of 4521 inches,

is combined with the megalithic yard defined base length of 4488 inches,

to total:

4488 + 4521

9009 inches

This is an awesome number in the ancient cultural sacred geometry and math.

In the Menkaure Pyramid,

one of Petrie's base measures is extremely close to 4158 inches,

a cubit 20.625 construct.

4158 inches = 346.5 feet <---

Now,

look at the new combined base length of 9009 inches,

and use a decimal variation.

9009

90090 = 260 Tzolkin x 346.5 <---

900900 =

Menkaure Pyrmid height 2566.666666~ inches {using cubit 20.625}

times,

351 <---> 351 = one half the Dresden Codex number -- 702 <---

900900 = Pyramid height 481.25 {cubit 20.625} -- times -- 1872 {Mayan Long Count 1872000}

and,

the absolutely amazing factor here with 9009 inches:

9009 = 11 x 819 -- 819 is an important Mayan calendar glyph,

that:

produces the most important -- Short Term Lunar Month Cycle <---

seen at the bottom of the image.

Once again these are refined pyramid models to consider.

Other combinations of setbacks may indeed find validity.

I explored hundreds of combinations and possibilities,

but decided that this was far enough,

and maybe someone else can use the data here,

to find a better combination of base lengths and setbacks.

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