Sacred Numbers of a Living Planet

Counting astronomical time led to a key megalithic discovery; that our world and its skies reflect the structural properties of whole and transcendent numbers.

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  • Story of Three Similar Triangles
    first published on 24 May 2012, Figure 1 Robin Heath’s original set of three right angled triangles that exploited the 3:2 points to make intermediate hypotenuses so as to achieve numerically accurate time lengths in units of lunar or solar months and lunar orbits. Interpreting Lochmariaquer in 2012, an early discovery was … Continue reading “Sacred Numbers of a Living Planet”
  • On the Harmonic Origins of the World
    Does the solar system function as a musical instrument giving rise to intelligent life, civilization and culture on our planet? This 2018 article in New Dawn introduced readers to the lost science of the megalithic – how our ancestors discovered the special ratios and musical harmony in the sky which gave … Continue reading “On the Harmonic Origins of the World”
  • Parthenon as a New Model of the Meridian
    This was published as The GeodeticUnits of measures and monumental measurements relating to the numerical definition of the shape of the Earth by the late megalithic. And Musicological Significance Of The Shorter Side Length Of The Parthenon As Hekatompedon Or ‘Hundred-Footer’ in Music and Deep Memory: Speculations in ancient mathematics, tuning, … Continue reading “Parthenon as a New Model of the Meridian”
  • The Approximation of π on Earth
    π is a transcendental ratio existing between a diameter/ radius and circumference of a circle. A circle is an expression of eternity in that the circumference, if travelled upon, repeats eternally. The earths shape would be circular if the planet did not spin. Only the equator is now circular and enlarged, … Continue reading “The Approximation of π on Earth”
  • π and the Megalithic Yard
    The surveyor of megalithic monuments in Britain, Alexander ThomScottish engineer 1894-1985. Discovered, through surveying, that Britain’s megalithic circles expressed astronomy using exact measures, geometrical forms and, where possible, whole numbers. (1894 – 1985), thought the builders had a single measure called the Megalithic YardAny unit of length 2.7-2.73 feet long, after … Continue reading “π and the Megalithic Yard”
  • The Broch that Modelled the Earth
    Summary In the picture above [1] the inner profile of the thick-walled Iron-Age broch of Dun Torceill is the only elliptical example, almost every other broch having a circular inner court. Torceill’s essential data was reported by Euan MacKie in 1977 [2]: The inner chamber of the broch is an ellipse … Continue reading “The Broch that Modelled the Earth”
  • Mangroves and the Moon’s Maximum
    photo: Ariefrahman for Wikipedia /_ Tides on earth are due to the sun and moon. During the year, the Sun reaches extreme solsticeThe extreme points of sunrise and sunset in the year. In midwinter the sun is to the south of the celestial equator (the reverse in the southern hemisphere) and in … Continue reading “Mangroves and the Moon’s Maximum”
  • Walking on the Moon
    There are plans to walk again on the moon (above is a NASA visualization), but there is a sense in which the surface of the moon belongs to the surface of the earth, since the earth’s circumference is 4 times the mean diameter of the earth, minus the moon’s circumference. The … Continue reading “Walking on the Moon”
  • Working with Prime Numbers
    Wikipedia diagram by David Eppstein : This is an updated text from 2002, called “Finding the Perfect Ruler” Any number with limited “significant digits” can be and should be expressed as a product of positive and negative powers of the prime numbers that make it up. For example, 23.413 and 234130 can … Continue reading “Working with Prime Numbers”

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