## Thursday, October 3, 2013

### Part II: The Giza Solar System: Findings of Interest - a Continuation

Continuing on ...

EARTH = 92,955,817.401371 miles
MARS = 141,634,790.3245 miles

In my last diagram we have 1 meter plus 1 cubit = 5 feet

This is a classic equation showing all three measurement system and breaks down this way.

MARS = 141,634,790.3245 miles is equal to 5 feet or 60 inches.

1 inch = 141,634,790.3245 / 60 = 2360579.83874167

EARTH = 92,955,817.401371 / 2360579.83874167 = 39.378 inches

Balance is 60 - 39.378 or 20.622 inches or one cubit

Best
Don Barone

Author: Nick L (82.4.204.---)
Date:   26-Jun-10 00:38

Hi Don

Excellent observations. Your Giza grid convinced me some time ago not to overlook the meter there. Indeed I did some investigations of my own and these further aroused my curiosity. I will see what I can dig up tomorrow, as well as look at your findings in more detail then.

I was taking a cursory look earlier myself at the closest (perihelion) and furthest (aphelion) distances of the planets from the Sun and found Mercury, Uranus and Neptune to be of particular interest. As I noted previously the G1-G3 distance is 1787.58 cubits (from Petrie's survey) which mirrors Uranus' mean orbital distance in miles (from Wikipedia). The G2-G3 distance is 17873.1 inches so again a mirror. In cubits this distance is 866.86 cubits and amazingly these digits are mirrored in the aphelion of Uranus which happens to be 1866.8598534557 million miles, rounding off gives 1866.86 x 10^6.

The perihelion of Uranus is 1708.1111688985 million miles and this is the circumference of a circle whose radius is 271.85433588067, a number which you commented on in relation to phi and the Great Pyramid base length. It is also familiar to myself as the base of natural logarithms or e, a number which I have come across before in relation to Giza. For example the combined north-south spaces between the 3 pyramids equals 250+429.5 = 679.5 cubits which is 250 x 2.718. The combined heights of the 3 pyramids = 679 cubits which equals 250 x 2.716. Summing the distances between the apexes of G1-G3 and G1-G2 we get 2717.267 cubits, approx 1000 x e and 10 times the pyramid heights and north-south spacings. The 20.61818 cubit = 1.718 feet too.

866 is of course half of 1732 (√3 x 1000) which is one half of the overall north-south distance between the pyramids. The aphelion of Neptune is found to be 2829.6911598762 million miles, dividing this by 2000 gives 1.4148455799381, a good approximation of the √2. The overall east-west distance between the pyramids gives a slightly larger value for the √2 - as I noted summing the mean orbital distances of Neptune and Mercury provides for that. Dividing Mercury's perihelion into Neptune's aphelion we find:

2829.6911598762/28.583820488347 = 99 (rounded)

99:70 gives a good approximation of √2 (1.4142857) and so accordingly multiplying Mercury's perihelion by 70 we get 2000.867.

Mercury's aphelion is 43.382210391314 million miles and dividing this by 25 gives 1.7352884156526, the first 3 digits mirroring the √3. John Legon noted that the first 4 prime number square roots are found in the spacings of the pyramids, in multiples of 250 cubits. The distance from the center of G1 to the east side of G2 = 433 cubits.

Summing the perihelion of the 4 outer planets gives 5776.2826654833 million miles. √3 divided by 3 = 0.57735, and the height of the Great Pyramid equals 5773.0909 inches.

For me Giza is geometrical and mathematical poetry and it constantly chides: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

Best
Nick

October 3rd, 2013

Here is a diagram I just did to try and show the great work and insights of Nick. L.simplified.

Nick also writes "Mercury's aphelion is 43.382210391314 million miles and dividing this by 25 gives 1.7352884156526, the first 3 digits mirroring the √3." As interesting as this is we must also note that the polar radius of The Moon is 1735.97 kilometers and we must also note that the angle of the diagonal that joins G2 to G1 is 13156.8 / 13931.6 = 0.9450314393 and using this as a tan we get an angle of 43.381194054864 amazingly close to the furthest that Mercury gets from The Sun in miles. However we would be remiss if we did not at this time at least introduce the Bent Pyramid and The Red Pyramids where the angle is said to be 43°22' (upper) (Wiki) and The Red (sloping at 43 degrees 22') see this site:    Needless to tell you that 43.382 equals 43°21' 42" ... close enough to warrant more than a passing look and examination for sure.

I regards to what Nick wrote about the Aphelion (furthest point away from The Sun) I had not noted what he wrote before but it is amazingly important. Firstly 1,866,859,853 miles = 3,004,419,704 kilometers. The distance 3,004,419,704 other than obviously suggesting 3/4ths or maybe even 3/5ths also yields as Nick should have pointed out that .866859853 is extremely close to 1/2 the square root of 3 or 0.86602540378 and we can also note that if we use it as a base decimal and use 1.866859853 times Mercury's distance from The Sun of 57,909,050 we get 108108080.57036965 or  ≈ the semi major axis of Venus of 108,208,930. The 3,004,419,704 kilometers is important because if we remember in an earlier post I showed that the total distance adding up the equatorial diameters of the first six planets is equal to, surprisingly, almost a total mirror of the furthest distance that Uranus gets from The Sun.. See diagram below:

Here we see that the total of all the equatorial diameters of the first six planets up to and including Jupiter equals 300,054 or  ≈ 10,000 times smaller than the Aphelion (furthest point away from The Sun) of Uranus and we have many times had to multiply by 10,000.

I would have to agree with Nick when he writes: For me Giza is geometrical and mathematical poetry and it constantly chides: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."