stephen langton goulet "brain elevator" a joeybee philix production 2008 - 2020
What follows is an introduction to the original number and measure system responsible
for the design and construction of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh.
If a curiosity for archaeology, pyramidology, numbers, geometry, architecture, astronomy, phi, pi
or simply coincidence brought you here, be assured, i have no axe to grind, no con to pull, no obligatory
leap of faith, nothing to sell and regrettably, no sexy cult to draw you in. You will face little more
complexity than square roots, powers, ratios, scale and some eight decimal numbers so don't just take
my words. Confirm the dimensions as you go rather than rush through to the end in a frantic search
for the "gist". It's there. I just didn't put much into it. On a skill level, any competent grade eight
arithmetic student should get through intact. A few white hairs perhaps, but intact.
There's enough speculation written and truths claimed about the Great Pyramid over the previous
five thousand years to pile up several word pyramids of equal size around it. Despite an astonishing
level of creative output, absent the original system of numbers and unit of measure applied at
the planning and construction phase, all remains resting on shifting sands.
Encouraged at every turn to "think outside the box" perhaps it's time for a close look at what got us
into boxes in the first place. This presentation will reveal the original ratios and dimensions of the upper and
middle chambers, labelled, "kings" and "queens", about eight hundred years ago, by people who didn't know why.
From here on in they are designated, "Hi Phive" and "Point Phive", respectively
for reasons which will become obvious within a few minutes.
As you proceed, keep in mind, ahead are precise scale models of existing structures which were designed
and assembled in prehistory, before the catastrophe that drove humanity mad by amnesia fell upon us.
They knew the math. They had a scale. They made a plan. We found it.
to the power of point phive
times point phive
plus point phive