The Solar System at Giza: - Part III

Finding a common thread

 

In order to find ratios and hidden distances it is important to be able to recognize them when they occur. Many times I miss things because I have not done the math before hand or I do not have previous diagrams handy to remind me of what I have found in the past. This time I decided to stop this possibility and decided to calculate ALL the ratios for all the planets giving each one a chance to be the base distance. Here is that diagram. (Uranus and Neptune will follow howevr I do not sense that they are as important here at Giza. I am thinking in the back of my mind that The Sun is Osiris and Jupiter is Set) but I digress. Here is the image showing all the ratios of distances from The Sun as found on The JPL website and all the relavent date corrections having been made and included..

Taking the measurements I had made, the next thing I had to do was to see if there was any significance when we divded by our base unit of 440 (cubits)

For example if we take 949.84 and divide by 440 we get 2.15873. Not a readily identifable ratio. Next we can try 1101.23 and dividing by 440 gives us 2.5028 close to 2.5 but not close enough. And then lastly we can try 1108.20 and dividing by 440 yields 2.51864 again not an immediate bellringer. But what of the last two. 1267.94 and 1280.03 ? Firstly we must note that these measurements are to the obvious more important features of this pyramid, namely it's corners. What could they tell us? Well let's get a diagram where we can isolate and enlarge this area.

Okay let's put in our distances ...

Okay now let's divide by 440 This will give us 1267.94 / 440 = 2.88168 and 1280.03 / 440 = 2.9091591 Both of these numbers seemed vaguely familiar and then it cleared for me and I came up with this. If we subtract 440 from 1267.94 we are left with 827.94 If we divide this by 440 we get 1.88168 and doing the second one we get 1280.03 - 440 leaves 840.03 and dividing by 440 leaves 1.9091591 and I knew I had seen this ratio before. And then I decided to do what you see below and it all made perfect sense. For many years I had missed the obvious. We had talked about Pi being all over the plateau but I had never used a circle as a baseline and here is what I came up with.

Making the appropriate changes gives us this.

 

And now we have this ratio manifesting itself. 840.03 / 1280.03 = 0.65625 and if we look at the chart above we see that the ratio in the distances to The Sun between Mars and Earth is 0.65629 or accurate to within 4 / 100,00 ths - So Mars distance is represented by 1280.03, which is the actual distance from corner to corner and Earth is 840.03 the balance left over after dropping 440. It is well beyond co-incidental but just to show us that it was no fluke another one was added. What of the distance 827.94 and 1294.94 what could they show us? Well let's do the same thing here. We would then be left with 1294.94 and 827.94 and this yields a ratio of 827.94 / 1294.94 = 0.63937 ... Hmmm, nothing clicks but wait what if we go 440 / 827.94 ? We then get 0.5314395 or 1.881 and wouldn't you just go figure that the ratio between Earth's diameter and Mars' diameter just happens to be 1.881 ... So I think we can conclude that they are trying to draw our attention to the fact that they clearly knew the ratios in question and were extremely clever in inserting them into their overall plan. So we have obvious ratios between Earth and Mars using the distance of G1 and the distance to the outer corners and further more using the diamter of G2 we are told the time of 10 Earth years in Earth days as well as 5 Earth years in days. So to discount all of this you have to call it all one big co-incidence and I mean really. You are only kidding yourself.

 

Cheers

Don Barone

April 22nd and 23rd, 2010