THE GOLDEN NUMBER & THE GREAT PYRAMID

THE GOLDEN NUMBER & THE GREAT PYRAMID

Vesica Pisces Ep7 Phi, Pi & the Great Pyramid (Redo)

Vesica Pisces Ep7 Phi, Pi & the Great Pyramid (Redo)

Ep 8 Creating Phi and Pi ratios by drawing the Great Pyramid plan with compass & straight edge. Phi and Pi ratios in the Great Pyramid with compass & straight edge. Redo to fix a mistake and to include another technique for drawing-testing the design, as well as a few important details I forget to include in the original version. How to draw and then test the proportions of the Great Pyramid on the known "ideal" dimensions of 440 wide by 280 Egyptian Royal Cubits high. These measurements are true enough but it's a much longer story, turning true enough accuracy into the highest level of precision but that's another story. So although I show the ratio to be very close to Phi and 4/Pi in proportion this is based on simplified measurements. Using the survey data of the Great Pyramid such as that by J.H Cole this "very close" ratio moves into perfection. Again for a later episode. Links to previous episodes: Ep2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8T9s... Ep3- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I3bC... Ep4- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oszhu... Ep5- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYcNB... Ep6 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_A6n... Terms Sacred geometry, geometry, Euclid, Great Pyramid, Phi, Pi, Golden Mean, Golden Ratio, compass & straight edge, vesica piscis, how to

The Golden ratio in pyramids

The Golden ratio in pyramids

Phi (the golden ratio) and the structure of the great pyramids and there connection to the alignments

Secrets of the Egyptian Pyramids HD

Secrets of the Egyptian Pyramids HD

Subscribe now to ScienceNET! A different take on the purpose, design and significance of the pyramids in Egypt. The best egyptian pyramid documentary. Also known as The Revelation of the Pyramids.

The Golden Ratio Of 3 Very Ancient Sites

The Golden Ratio Of 3 Very Ancient Sites

Were ancient sites linked in some way? A mathematical connection between Giza, Angkor Wat and the mysterious Nazca Lines of Peru. 1.618 (phi) is known as the Golden Ratio, the Golden Section, the Golden Mean and the Divine Proportion to name a few. More info in links below. l had a few mic issues that l wasn't patient enough to deal with so l put this one to music by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena...a tune called Lines. Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu Peru are also very close to this line. The Angkor temple at Prassat Preah Vihear, 90 miles Northeast of Angkor Wat, is within one tenth of one degree of the line. Like Machu Picchhu, the temple at Prassat Preah Vihear was built on the edge of a mountaintop. Twenty five miles northwest of the city of Nazca is a figure known as the Hummingbird. The Hummingbird is 7,692 miles from the Great Pyramid. The line of ancient sites also crosses over the Hummingbird. The relationship between the distances from Angkor Vihear to the Great Pyramid and from the Great Pyramid to the Nazcan Hummingbird is also a precise expression of phi: 4,754 x 1.618 = 7,692 http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_geographic_geometry_1.htm New book shown: http://www.theguardian.com/science/alexs-adventures-in-numberland/2014/feb/25/golden-meaning-graphic-artists-maths-golden-ratio http://home.hiwaay.net/~jalison/phi2.html Google Earth

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