There is a great way to express pi of 22/7 using two concentric circles of diameter 11 and 14 (in any units). Normally, a diameter of 7 gives rise to a circumference of 22, when pi is being approximated as 22/7 (3.*142587*) rather than being the irrational number 3.141592654 … for then, the 14 *diameter *should have a circumference of 44, which is also the perimeter of the square which encloses a circle of diameter 11.

The

squareof side 11 and

thecircleof diameter 14

will both have the same perimeter.

This geometry, first found by John Michell [1933-2009], and by others after that, within the monuments and artifacts of the megalithic, ancient and medieval worlds: notably Stonehenge where the mean diameter of the Sarsen Lintel ring is 14 units while the concentric bluestone circle appears to have had a diameter 11 of the same units. One of a handful of known models known to the ancient world, this work continues on from my forthcoming book, *Sacred Geometry: Language of the Angels*.