Sunday, August 2, 2015

Hi all.  Here is my latest image. I don't think explanations are needed but I will do a website to go along with this diagram. This is the end result of all of the previous images and work I have been doing. Here is the full size image ...
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Hi just in case this image needed labeling.

And an old image revisited.

Continuing our story ... The Measurements at Giza: Part III
Hi all. Please see my latest website on The Measurements of The Universe: Part IV More Proof of Divine Planning ? A Second Solar System Examined:  Click the following link:

From Whence Comes The Measurements: Part IV 

Hi all ...

I have continued my study of our solar system looking for an easy way to plot Mars using the diameters of Mercury and Mars itself and came up with this. It is I think ... well you have a look and tell me.

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ASSUMPTION # 1 ... The distance from The Sun to Jupiter is by default 10,000 times the square root of 2 or 10,000 times 1.41421356 or 14142.1356 CUBITS !!!!!

WHAT FOLLOWS ... Using this as a given we can see in the diagram that the distance from Mars to Jupiter is equal to precisely 10,000 cubits and the distance from The Sun to Mars is 4142.1356 cubits

Following that we can see that the distance from The Sun to Mercury is 1052.33 cubits or 201.46 (P3) + 411.04 (P2) + 439.83 (Perfect Pi base for G1)

I then scaled and placed The Giza Rectangle on the diagram in order to plot Venus. (One circle is 9/11ths of the distance to Mars and the second is what is left from the diagonal of the approximate 9 by 11 rectangle)

It is a pretty simple way to plot the first 6 planets and it is an easy one to remember as well.

 I have mentioned this before but I think this diagram makes it hit home a little clearer and a little more exciting.

May I present "The Great Pyramid Solar System"

I was struggling to find an easy way to plot Ceres and then I discovered this. I had already discovered that Ceres is almost exactly 10 times away from The Sun as is the distance between Venus and Earth.


And then realizing that this 1 unit was actually 2/11ths of the distance to Mars ... see diagram below.

 Cheers and boy they really knew how to keep it simple back in those olden days when Imhotep was building the pyramids.

And to make it graphically simple as 1, 2 , 3 , square root that is may I present The Kiss Design of The Giza Solar System.

Please note here that using Mars as the origin point and 9 units as a radius we define the place of Ceres. And if we use the opposite point west of Mars at 9 units and scribe an arc to intersect our hypotenuse we have defined the distance to Venus. All in all a very neat, simple way of looking at our solar system and is it any wonder that The Ancients would have known this. Here is a very neat diagram but there is still more.

 We have all seen how the floor of "The King's Chamber" represents the semi major axis of Mars when we allow the height of The Great Pyramid of 280 cubits to equal Jupiter. Here is that image. Mars equals 82.01 cubits.

 And now a second image. This shows what happens when we show height of The Great Pyramid of 280 cubits equaling the semi major axis distance to Ceres. Here is that image.

 But you know what these two diagrams can be combined in a most ingenious way and will I think lend credence to my earlier thoughts that The King's Chamber represented Mars for if we do the simple math we find that Mars in the latter diagram in scale is 154 cubits from "The Sun". Now when we combine the two images we see Mars escaping up the shafts and exiting and the 154 cubit point. It is a pretty neat concept to show our solar system and as usual I found it in plain sight at Giza.  Below is a flash presentation I put together showing the outcome.

Mars two face

And here is the final image. Note how the Great Pyramid and our solar system lends itself to such a simplistic diagram layover. It is very neat.

Don Barone

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