*stephen langton goulet **"brain elevator" a joeybee philix production 2008 - 2020*

*Welcome aboard.*

*What follows is an introduction to the original number and measure system responsible*

for the design and construction of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh.

for the design and construction of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh.

*If you're able and willing to take this brief seriously, a calculator will be necessary to confirm the ratios and dimensions.*

While there's nothing more complex here than square roots, powers, ratios, scale and some 8 decimal numbers,

it will be far more useful to do the math as you go. On a skill level, i would say, any competent 8th grade

arithmetic student should get through this intact. A few white hairs perhaps, but intact.

While there's nothing more complex here than square roots, powers, ratios, scale and some 8 decimal numbers,

it will be far more useful to do the math as you go. On a skill level, i would say, any competent 8th grade

arithmetic student should get through this intact. A few white hairs perhaps, but intact.

*There's been enough speculation and writing about the Great Pyramid over the previous five thousand years*

to pile up several word pyramids of equal size on top of it. In spite of an astonishing level of creative output,

absent the original system of numbers and unit of measure applied at the design and construction phase,

all remains resting on foundations of sand.

This presentation will reveal the original ratios and dimensions of the upper and middle chambers,

(labeled "kings" and "queens", about eight hundred years ago, by people who didn't know why).

From here on they are designated, "Hi Phive" and "Point Phive",

to pile up several word pyramids of equal size on top of it. In spite of an astonishing level of creative output,

absent the original system of numbers and unit of measure applied at the design and construction phase,

all remains resting on foundations of sand.

This presentation will reveal the original ratios and dimensions of the upper and middle chambers,

(labeled "kings" and "queens", about eight hundred years ago, by people who didn't know why).

From here on they are designated, "Hi Phive" and "Point Phive",

*respectively,*

for reasons that will become obvious within a few minutes.

for reasons that will become obvious within a few minutes.

*Encouraged at every turn to "think outside the box", perhaps it's time to take a closer look*

at what got us into boxes in the first place.

at what got us into boxes in the first place.

*phive*

to the power of point phive

times point phive

plus point phive

equals phi

to the power of point phive

times point phive

plus point phive

equals phi

*1 lix = 1.001006(153) feet*

The lix unit is base ten, and ever so slightly longer than a foot. Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

The lix unit is base ten, and ever so slightly longer than a foot. Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

*"Pyramidologists have long known the Gizeh pyramids were not designed with the British Inch, that the "primitive inch"*

was slightly larger. Piazzi-Smyth, in the mid-nineteenth century determined the conversion to be approximately 1.001.

Dr Adam Rutherford (1957), using more modern equipment, placed it at 1.00106. He brought the most advanced

equipment and professional surveyors to measure and decode the Great Pyramid. A sincere effort was applied

to produce a cross-section with a coherent trigonometric application of the measurements.

He and his team generated the most reliable dimensions to date". (jb)

The Great Pyramid was measured in British inches then converted, divided by 1.00106 into primitive inches.

Rutherford

was slightly larger. Piazzi-Smyth, in the mid-nineteenth century determined the conversion to be approximately 1.001.

Dr Adam Rutherford (1957), using more modern equipment, placed it at 1.00106. He brought the most advanced

equipment and professional surveyors to measure and decode the Great Pyramid. A sincere effort was applied

to produce a cross-section with a coherent trigonometric application of the measurements.

He and his team generated the most reliable dimensions to date". (jb)

The Great Pyramid was measured in British inches then converted, divided by 1.00106 into primitive inches.

Rutherford

*settled on the height of the so called "king's", chamber at 230.38871 inches or 19.19906 British feet.*

Had he rounded the height to 19.2, all you will learn here and so much more,

would have become instantly transparent.

Had he rounded the height to 19.2, all you will learn here and so much more,

would have become instantly transparent.

*The key to decoding was to convert Rutherford's base 12, 'primitive inch' measurements*

into base 10 lix, then relate the chamber dimensions to one another.

into base 10 lix, then relate the chamber dimensions to one another.

We didn't need to round it off.

19.2 lix is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, equals the width:

17.17300206 lix

The width is half the length and the height is half the diagonal.

We didn't need to round it off.

19.2 lix is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, equals the width:

17.17300206 lix

The width is half the length and the height is half the diagonal.

*In 1980, Master Draftsman, Joseph E. Batter and i located the lix unit within the planetary*

mean distances and verified by the speed of light. When applied to the Great Pyramid he uncovered,

among many other things, four codes within the "Hi Phive", (king's), chamber dimensions.

They are a Song of Joy to Number. At the very foundations of "Earth Measure".

mean distances and verified by the speed of light. When applied to the Great Pyramid he uncovered,

among many other things, four codes within the "Hi Phive", (king's), chamber dimensions.

They are a Song of Joy to Number. At the very foundations of "Earth Measure".

*Here's your opportunity to reveal the actual "as built" dimensions*

of the most well known and least understood rectangular cube in recorded history.

Enter 17.17300206, the width, into memory and multiply it by each of the factors above.

of the most well known and least understood rectangular cube in recorded history.

Enter 17.17300206, the width, into memory and multiply it by each of the factors above.

*In 2008, while exploring the dimensions, i found a 5th code and a remarkable module, 73.728 lix.*

It led to "Point Phive" (queen's), chamber geometry, Simpson's primitive inch, "unit dimension" code

and a wondrous artifact i had no choice but to call the "brainelevator".

It led to "Point Phive" (queen's), chamber geometry, Simpson's primitive inch, "unit dimension" code

and a wondrous artifact i had no choice but to call the "brainelevator".

__the Numerical Source of Great Pyramid Chamber Dimensions__