*" 3Ten ( triten ) Measure, the Legend of Joey Bee", plots planetary mean distances on*

an expanding golden ratio grid, with "lixcaliber", the Mother of all scales, found

embedded, now emerging, from the heart of the Great Pyramid,

through slope angle, 5E.

an expanding golden ratio grid, with "lixcaliber", the Mother of all scales, found

embedded, now emerging, from the heart of the Great Pyramid,

through slope angle, 5E.

*From 1980 through 1993 Joe Batter and i produced three more scale drawings based on*

the "pyrameter", a triangle Joe found within pi, phi and the slope angle of quartz crystal

establishing the angle between the base and the height of the pyramid as slightly

less than 90 degrees. All the block courses slope nearly four minutes of degree

down towards the center.

Application of the pyrameter triangle accounts for the integrity

of this ancient structure as earthquakes tend to tighten the joints.

the "pyrameter", a triangle Joe found within pi, phi and the slope angle of quartz crystal

establishing the angle between the base and the height of the pyramid as slightly

less than 90 degrees. All the block courses slope nearly four minutes of degree

down towards the center.

Application of the pyrameter triangle accounts for the integrity

of this ancient structure as earthquakes tend to tighten the joints.

*phi, pi and the slope angle(s)*

*127.32200375 127.32395447*

pyrameter triangle(s)

pyrameter triangle(s)

*"Never chase after buses, wo\men or cosmological theories.*

There will always be another along in a few minutes" Isaac Asimov

There will always be another along in a few minutes" Isaac Asimov

The AU, the mean distance from the Sun to the Earth, is the basis for measuring long distances

within the Solar System. Joe Batter suspected it was the source of a universal unit of measure.

At the time he was plotting Planetary mean distance numbers from the 1979

Astronomical Ephemeris, with feet, in tenths, ( 1/600 ).

Joe first converted the A.U. into feet.

The number is usually given now in meters: 1.4959787 x 10 to the 11.

Converting to Feet by dividing meters by .3048 = 4.9080666 x 10 to the 11, feet.

Because he was working to a high degree of accuracy a remarkable order of coincidence

occurred within the Planetary mean distance numbers. When the pattern wouldn't gel

i began to suspect the unit might not be the British foot after all.

2 to the 5th x 5 x 33 = 5280

One of the exercises Joe performed with the A.U. in feet

was to multiply it by the number 33:

A.U. = (4.9080666 x 10 to the 11) x 33 = 1.619661978 x 10 to the 13, feet.

He noticed the result is a close approximation of the Golden Section

and divided it by 1.618033988 to produce the conversion ratio:

1.619661978 / 1.618033988 = 1.001006153

Conversely, dividing the Golden Section by 33 produces the AU, though not in feet:

__The Astronomical Unit and the Soul of the British Foot__The AU, the mean distance from the Sun to the Earth, is the basis for measuring long distances

within the Solar System. Joe Batter suspected it was the source of a universal unit of measure.

At the time he was plotting Planetary mean distance numbers from the 1979

Astronomical Ephemeris, with feet, in tenths, ( 1/600 ).

Joe first converted the A.U. into feet.

The number is usually given now in meters: 1.4959787 x 10 to the 11.

Converting to Feet by dividing meters by .3048 = 4.9080666 x 10 to the 11, feet.

Because he was working to a high degree of accuracy a remarkable order of coincidence

occurred within the Planetary mean distance numbers. When the pattern wouldn't gel

i began to suspect the unit might not be the British foot after all.

2 to the 5th x 5 x 33 = 5280

One of the exercises Joe performed with the A.U. in feet

was to multiply it by the number 33:

A.U. = (4.9080666 x 10 to the 11) x 33 = 1.619661978 x 10 to the 13, feet.

He noticed the result is a close approximation of the Golden Section

and divided it by 1.618033988 to produce the conversion ratio:

1.619661978 / 1.618033988 = 1.001006153

Conversely, dividing the Golden Section by 33 produces the AU, though not in feet:

490,313,329,924.210560062 lix

*Joe applied this "ancient" conversion to other known measurements such as the planetary*

mean distances, light speed and the Great Pyramid at Gizeh. The results confirm the existence

of a Planetary System of Measure based on the Golden Section and pi.

He named the System " TriTen " and the unit " lix ".

1.001006(153) feet = 1 lix

" l " is for light speed, " i " is the planetary mean distance set and " x " is for time.

mean distances, light speed and the Great Pyramid at Gizeh. The results confirm the existence

of a Planetary System of Measure based on the Golden Section and pi.

He named the System " TriTen " and the unit " lix ".

1.001006(153) feet = 1 lix

" l " is for light speed, " i " is the planetary mean distance set and " x " is for time.

*This introduction reveals some of the "phi nominal" rediscoveries we've made with them.*

*Walking you through 3Ten is our next trek.*

but first.....

but first.....

__" Circling the Square "__*April 10 2020*

Been inside lix geometry nearly four decades now, with related webpages produced,

maintained and upgraded continuously since 1996. I knew the module, 73.728 lix,

found in 2008, would one day lead me out of the chambers and, in one day, it did.

Been inside lix geometry nearly four decades now, with related webpages produced,

maintained and upgraded continuously since 1996. I knew the module, 73.728 lix,

found in 2008, would one day lead me out of the chambers and, in one day, it did.

*Most of the focus these last number of years was assembling sister site, brainelevator.org,*

merging the upper and middle chambers into one. Last week the work took a dramatic

turn when i noticed three squared dimensions of the "Hi Phive" chamber adding up

to the Pyramid base perimeter. Join me "outside the box", for a brief thousand

pace stroll around the most well known and least understood

construction project on Earth.

merging the upper and middle chambers into one. Last week the work took a dramatic

turn when i noticed three squared dimensions of the "Hi Phive" chamber adding up

to the Pyramid base perimeter. Join me "outside the box", for a brief thousand

pace stroll around the most well known and least understood

construction project on Earth.

*Every square describes three circles.*

The inner one touches the sides, the outer, the corners.

The ratio between these two is the square root of 2.

The third circumference, in between the two is the sum of the four sides of the base.

The ratio between it and the diameter of the outer circle is the square root of 8.

The inner one touches the sides, the outer, the corners.

The ratio between these two is the square root of 2.

The third circumference, in between the two is the sum of the four sides of the base.

The ratio between it and the diameter of the outer circle is the square root of 8.

*If your interest is piqued, step on the brainelevator for an in depth application*

of lix geometry

of lix geometry

*via the upper and middle chambers of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh.*

*"something's afoot"*

*April 13 2008*

*Our rediscoveries of the lix unit, the scale lixcaliber, the dimensions of Hi Phive, Point Phive*

and the module, 73.728 , are the results of nearly two lifetimes of attention to detail and

accuracy. Much is owed to the master surveyors who marked the lines before our time

and more yet to Pythagoras, Euclid and their teachers.

A paper structure of equal volume could be built beside the Great Pyramid from all the

speculative works to reference its grande design. No esoteric meaning is ascribed here

to basic ratios so elegant, so profound, so legible, any interpretation i might provide

as an artist would be woefully inadequate as i am by no measure a mathematician,

archaeologist, engineer or prehistorian to offer such context.

However, bairn of pi and phi, "lix" dimensions are eternal, here long before the first

Myths were recorded, here well after the last ones are gone to dust.

In the face of resplendent measurement codes and ratios, extensive reflection

will achieve far greater insights than intensive conjecture ever has.

Embedded in the "stone hearth of phive" resides the universal scale, "lixcaliber",

not as Arthurian weapon, tool for Passion, Division and War, but as Arthurian

ideal, instrument of Reason, Unity and Understanding.

In another age people were inspired enough to strive together for a generation,

to dress and seal their knowledge of "Earth Measure" inside

a crystalline mountain 481.101201415 lix high.

They clearly intended rediscovery. Whether by this era remains to be seen.

slg

and the module, 73.728 , are the results of nearly two lifetimes of attention to detail and

accuracy. Much is owed to the master surveyors who marked the lines before our time

and more yet to Pythagoras, Euclid and their teachers.

A paper structure of equal volume could be built beside the Great Pyramid from all the

speculative works to reference its grande design. No esoteric meaning is ascribed here

to basic ratios so elegant, so profound, so legible, any interpretation i might provide

as an artist would be woefully inadequate as i am by no measure a mathematician,

archaeologist, engineer or prehistorian to offer such context.

However, bairn of pi and phi, "lix" dimensions are eternal, here long before the first

Myths were recorded, here well after the last ones are gone to dust.

In the face of resplendent measurement codes and ratios, extensive reflection

will achieve far greater insights than intensive conjecture ever has.

Embedded in the "stone hearth of phive" resides the universal scale, "lixcaliber",

not as Arthurian weapon, tool for Passion, Division and War, but as Arthurian

ideal, instrument of Reason, Unity and Understanding.

In another age people were inspired enough to strive together for a generation,

to dress and seal their knowledge of "Earth Measure" inside

a crystalline mountain 481.101201415 lix high.

They clearly intended rediscovery. Whether by this era remains to be seen.

slg

Start with the first "pryhme" number of

Below it, add the first two digits of each line in the verse, to its indig.

ex: 83

173 reduces to 83

263 "

353 "

443 "

__any__"verse", in__any__column.Below it, add the first two digits of each line in the verse, to its indig.

ex: 83

173 reduces to 83

263 "

353 "

443 "

*Meanwhile, if you need a lift, here's an updated application of lix geometry,an artifact*

for your perusal, rediscovered within the Great Pyramid at Gizeh in 2008:

for your perusal, rediscovered within the Great Pyramid at Gizeh in 2008:

brainelevator

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