The Planetary Environment

In our planetary system, simple small-number ratios appear to have been required to create a special type of planet able to host Life. At some stage this would have required an adjustment of outer planetary orbits to suit the future lunar resonator, implying non-human intelligence influenced the orbits, to be numerically related from the earth, rather than relative to the sun.

The only available means for the megalithic astronomers to have discovered this, and understand it as an act of Will rather than as an accident, was through counting days or months, so to capture the synodic time periods numerically as lengths as a number of units of length and compare them as to their difference. Such numbers, differences and ratios, are more than convenient for counting such phenomena: numbers also have a formal nature, since the properties of different whole numbers, with each other, proceeds from whether a given number shares common numerical factors with other numbers.[1] These relations of common factors between numbers gives the number field its inner structure and this must be part of its defining of the framework conditions of Time and Space: the role and interrelatedness of numbers in time and space being a universe-wide invariant.

I believe this led to the sort of cosmology presented by Gurdjieff in the 20th Century, a cosmology of Will rather than of Being. An Absolute Will, originating from outside the existing world, must have initiated a cosmos where numbers provided a relatedness between specific vector intervals, to create significant patterns in which numbers are a formal cause for the design of planetary systems around different stars, this making number a unique defining feature within star systems[2] which are structured by the interactive gravitational fields of planetary bodies orbiting a sun and of planetary moons.

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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 of a near-Pythagorean triangle with sides 18, 19 and 6. This year (2018) I found that triangle as between the start of the Erdevan Alignments near Carnac. But how did our work on cosmic N:N+1 triangles get started?

Robin Heath’s earliest work, A Key to Stonehenge (1993) placed his Lunation Triangle within a sequence of three right-angled triangles which could easily be constructed using one megalithic yard per lunar month. These would then have been useful in generating some key lengths proportional to the lunar year:  

  • the number of lunar months in the solar year,
  • the number of lunar orbits in the solar year and 
  • the length of the eclipse year in 30-day months. 

all in lunar months. These triangles are to be constructed using the number series 11, 12, 13, 14 so as to form N:N+1 triangles (see figure 1).

n.b. In the 1990s the primary geometry used to explore megalithic astronomy was N:N+1 triangles, where N could be non-integer, since the lunation triangle was just such whilst easily set out using the 12:13:5 Pythagorean triangle and forming the intermediate hypotenuse to the 3 point of the 5 side. In the 11:12 and 13:14 triangles, the short side is not equal to 5.

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