brainelevator a Joeybee philix production 2008 - 2023 stephen langton goulet

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.

If a curiosity for archaeology, pyramidology, numbers, geometry, architecture, cosmology,

astronomy, phi, pi or simply coincidence brought you here, be assured. I have no axe

to grind, no con or hustle, no obligatory leap of faith, nothing to sell and

regrettably, no sexy cult to draw you in with.

You will face little more complexity than square roots, powers, ratios, scale and some

eight decimal numbers, so don't simply take my words. The dimensions are the message.

Confirm and learn them as you go, rather than rushing 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 with a calculator

will 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 and intellectual output, absent the original system

of numbers and unit of measure applied at the planning and construction phase,

all remains finely balanced on loose rubble.

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

centuries ago, by people who didn't know why.

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

for reasons that will become obvious within a few minutes.

As you proceed, keep in mind. Ahead are precise scale models of existing structures

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.

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

*The "lix", unit is base 10, and ever so slightly longer than a foot.*

Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

1 lix = 1.001006(153) feet

Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

1 lix = 1.001006(153) feet

*"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 instruments placed it at 1.00106 .

Rutherford brought the most advanced equipment and professional surveyors to measure and

decode the Great Pyramid. (Despite his unwavering belief in a biblical source for the design

of the structure), a sincere effort was applied to produce a cross-section with a coherent

trigonometric application of the measurements. Rutherford and his team generated

the most reliable dimensions to date". ( jb )

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

primitive inches. Rutherford

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 instruments placed it at 1.00106 .

Rutherford brought the most advanced equipment and professional surveyors to measure and

decode the Great Pyramid. (Despite his unwavering belief in a biblical source for the design

of the structure), a sincere effort was applied to produce a cross-section with a coherent

trigonometric application of the measurements. Rutherford and his team generated

the most reliable dimensions to date". ( jb )

The 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 primitive inches, or, divide by 12, = 19.199059, primitive feet.

Had he rounded the height to 19.2, all you will learn here,

and so much more, would have become instantly transparent.

at 230.38871 primitive inches, or, divide by 12, = 19.199059, primitive feet.

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.

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

*We didn't need to round it off:*

19.2 lix, ( 2 to the 6th x .3 ), is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, ( phi - .5 ), equals the width:

19.2 lix, ( 2 to the 6th x .3 ), is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, ( phi - .5 ), equals the width:

*17.17300206 lix*

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

*In 1980, design draughtsman, Joseph Edward Batter and i located the "lix", unit,*

by way of the astronomical unit, light speed and the Golden ratio.

by way of the astronomical unit, light speed and the Golden ratio.

*When he established the "lix grid", with the "pyrameter triangle(s)", and plotted a 1/200*

cross-section of the Great Pyramid on it, four "Hi Phive", chamber codes were revealed.

cross-section of the Great Pyramid on it, four "Hi Phive", chamber codes were revealed.

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

*Here's your opportunity to reveal the "as built", dimensions of the most*

well known and least understood rectangular cube in recorded history.

With a notepad, pen and calculator, enter 17.17300206, the width,

into memory and multiply it by each of the other six factors:

well known and least understood rectangular cube in recorded history.

With a notepad, pen and calculator, enter 17.17300206, the width,

into memory and multiply it by each of the other six factors:

*.....now, square each one.....then add them up.....*

*In 2008, 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 a "brainelevator".

(queen's) chamber geometry, Simpson's primitive inch "unit dimension", code and

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

*the Numerical Source of Great Pyramid Chamber Dimensions**4 21 9 25 16 20 5*

*Square Root Cellar?*

*The choice of monetary units also reflect hints of the original number and measure system: 0 - 1 - 2 - 5*

I often pause here. A favorite bench, with an astonishing view:

*103.03801240, squared = 10616.832 = 144 x 73.728*

*You may well be wondering by now, how could the designers and builders*

have possibly known these precise dimensions and their powers and roots

at least 9 millennia ago.

we forgot.....

have possibly known these precise dimensions and their powers and roots

at least 9 millennia ago.

we forgot.....

*20*

April 10 20

__Circling the Squaring__April 10 20

*At this point let's step outside for a brief thousand pace walk around the Pyramid base, bringing*

along the height, length and ceiling diagonal, squared dimensions, from Hi Phive to guide us.

along the height, length and ceiling diagonal, squared dimensions, from Hi Phive to guide us.

*Every square describes three circles. The inner one touches the sides, the outer,*

the corners. The ratio between these two is the square root of 2.

The third circumference, in between the two, is the sum of the four sides of the square.

The ratio between it and the diameter of the outer circle

is the square root of 8.

the corners. The ratio between these two is the square root of 2.

The third circumference, in between the two, is the sum of the four sides of the square.

The ratio between it and the diameter of the outer circle

is the square root of 8.

*Yes, we just pulled the base and height of the Great Pyramid*

from three squared dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber!

from three squared dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber!

*Base perimeter as a circumference of 3022.848, divided by pi,*

diameter: 962.202402830, / 2 = radius: 481.101201415 lix

2 to the 13th, x .369 = 3022.848

3022.848 / 4 = 10.25 x 73.728 = 755.712 = side length

755.712 - 737.28 = 18.432, x 100 = Hi Phive, cubic diagonal squared

diameter: 962.202402830, / 2 = radius: 481.101201415 lix

2 to the 13th, x .369 = 3022.848

3022.848 / 4 = 10.25 x 73.728 = 755.712 = side length

755.712 - 737.28 = 18.432, x 100 = Hi Phive, cubic diagonal squared

*Which brings us neatly back inside*

for your introduction to the middle chamber:

for your introduction to the middle chamber:

*June 15, 2008*

*No monarch was ever interred in the "queens", chamber, either. As with the*

*upper chamber,*

designation should reflect the purpose within the design

designation should reflect the purpose within the design

*and is hereafter referred to*

as the "Point Phive", chamber.

as the "Point Phive", chamber.

*With 73.728 resolved it seemed likely the module could be applied to other areas of*

*the Pyramid.*

I knew the width of the middle chamber was exactly the same as

I knew the width of the middle chamber was exactly the same as

*Hi Phive, 17.17300206 lix,*

but had no idea what the other dimensions were.

but had no idea what the other dimensions were.

*I was surprised to find William Kelly Simpson had already deduced part of the*

*“kings”, chamber*

number sequence using a unit dimension of 103.03, primitive inches, half the width.

chamber width: 206.06, / 12 =

number sequence using a unit dimension of 103.03, primitive inches, half the width.

chamber width: 206.06, / 12 =

*17.17166666*..., primitive feet

*More interesting for me was his discovery of a middle chamber number sequence.*

S

*impson deduced*

*numerical relationships*

*in the chamber applying a*

*“unit dimension”,*

of 92.173077, primitive inches, half the side wall height,

of 92.173077, primitive inches, half the side wall height,

*and the square roots of:*

4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 15.

4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 15

(This series is missing a few dimensions, such as 13, the apex diagonal.)

*Simpsons “queen’s”, chamber width:*

*92.173077 x sq-rt 5*

*=*206.105265

*primitive inches, / 12*

=17.175438,

=

*primitive feet*

*.*

As you will soon see, had Simpson employed a unit dimension of 92.16, (9.6 squared),

the

As you will soon see, had Simpson employed a unit dimension of 92.16, (9.6 squared),

the

*original design specifications for the middle chamber of the Great Pyramid*

would have instantly revealed themselves.

would have instantly revealed themselves.

92.16 x 1.25 to the power of .5 = 103.03801240 = Hi Phive perimeter

In the last column, 7, 11, 13, are blank. They found another way in,

by way of the lix factor code, (revealed below).

The side wall height, 15.36, plus the end wall diagonal, 23.04,

equals 38.4, the ceiling diagonal of Hi Phive.

by way of the lix factor code, (revealed below).

The side wall height, 15.36, plus the end wall diagonal, 23.04,

equals 38.4, the ceiling diagonal of Hi Phive.

*Knowing the width of both chambers are equal, i divided it**by the square root of 5**and found Simpsons', unit dimension, half the sidewall height, is exactly 7.68 lix.**primitive inches 92.173077, / 12 =*7.681089*primitive feet**17.17300206 /*2.2360679775*= 7.68000000125**lix**7.68 = 2 to the 8th, x .03*

In the Hi Phive chamber: 17.17300206 x2.2360679775In the Hi Phive chamber: 17.17300206 x

*= 38.4 lix, the ceiling diagonal.*

In the Point Phive chamber: 17.17300206 /2.2360679775In the Point Phive chamber: 17.17300206 /

*= 7.68 lix, half the side wall height.*

chamber width = 7.68 x2.2360679775chamber width = 7.68 x

*= 17.17300206 lix, squared = 294.912**7.68**squared**x 10 = 589.824 = side wall diagonal squared = 294.912 x 2**The sidewall height of the Point Phive chamber: 15.36 lix*

multiplied by the height of the Hi Phive chamber: 19.2 lix

= 294.912, their common width:

17.17300206 lix, squared.multiplied by the height of the Hi Phive chamber: 19.2 lix

= 294.912, their common width:

17.17300206 lix, squared.

__lix number code__*At actual size, "Point Phive", chamber dimensions are also revealed*

through the lix number code, with one extra step:through the lix number code, with one extra step:

*square root cellar, too:*

.7, .11, .13

without them, the entire construct collapses.

*The sum of the 9 squared dimensions: 4718.592 = 4 cubed x 73.728*

Remembering, the sum of Hi Phive's 7 squared dimensions = 7372.8

7372.8 / 4718.592 = 1.5625 = 1.25 sq.

Three squared dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber add up to

the actual pyramid base: 368.64 + 1179.648 + 1474.56 = 3022.848 lix.

16 squared dimensions of both chambers add up to a pyramid base

four times larger: 7372.8 + 4718.592 = 12091.392, divided by 4 = 3022.848

As a circumference: 12091.392

divided by pi =3,848.809611323,

Remembering, the sum of Hi Phive's 7 squared dimensions = 7372.8

7372.8 / 4718.592 = 1.5625 = 1.25 sq.

Three squared dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber add up to

the actual pyramid base: 368.64 + 1179.648 + 1474.56 = 3022.848 lix.

16 squared dimensions of both chambers add up to a pyramid base

four times larger: 7372.8 + 4718.592 = 12091.392, divided by 4 = 3022.848

As a circumference: 12091.392

divided by pi =

*diameter*

divided by 2 =1,924.404805661,

divided by 2 =

*radius*

equals the as built pyramid height:

equals the as built pyramid height:

481.101201415

*lix, x 4*

It would be difficult to conceal such a wonder.

12091.392 - 10616.832, (Hi Phive perimeter squared),

= 1474.56, Hi Phive ceiling diagonal, squared.

both chambers, width = 17.17300206,

x 4 = 68.69200824, squared = 4718.592

It would be difficult to conceal such a wonder.

12091.392 - 10616.832, (Hi Phive perimeter squared),

= 1474.56, Hi Phive ceiling diagonal, squared.

both chambers, width = 17.17300206,

x 4 = 68.69200824, squared = 4718.592

*reminder..... Hi Phive "number", code: 4, 21, 9, 25, 16, 20, 5, adds up to 100 as well.*

__lix factor code, recap:__*Hi Phive floor, area: 17.17300206 x 34.34600412 = 589.824*

= side wall diagonal squared, Point Phive.

= side wall diagonal squared, Point Phive.

*Point Phive: floor dimensions, based on a, "unit dimension",*

of half the sidewall height: 15.36 / 2 = 7.68 lix

of half the sidewall height: 15.36 / 2 = 7.68 lix

*area of the floor: 17.17300206 x 18.81208122 = 323.05991*

= the square root of 19.2, x 73.728

= the square root of 19.2, x 73.728

*"Degrees of Certainty"**06 - 18 - 2020*

*This day, a startling series of ratios materialized out of my, "Indig Square of Nines",*

recently posted to sister site, lixcaliber.com. What follows is a clear and concise iteration

of modules, ratios and chamber dimensions, apparently, from outside the chambers,

beyond the pyramid itself.

recently posted to sister site, lixcaliber.com. What follows is a clear and concise iteration

of modules, ratios and chamber dimensions, apparently, from outside the chambers,

beyond the pyramid itself.

*Imagine my astonishment:*

180 / 1.25 to the 4th power = 73.728

180 / 1.25 to the 4th power = 73.728

*Remarkable affirmations, taking us back to the beginning, to 1.25, introducing*

7.68 and 9.6,

7.68 and 9.6,

*half the chamber heights, all the while circling the entrance*

to the brainelevator with a sublime flourish

to the brainelevator with a sublime flourish

*i never imagined possible,*

or even necessary, a few days prior.

or even necessary, a few days prior.

*excerpt, "Knowledge of the Forever Time"*

"The mathematician sees the wonder of the Great Pyramid of Egypt and with mathematics he sets out

to reveal the purpose of its creation. He will count the stones, measure the heights, weigh, divide, calculate

and subtract. He will obtain the mean, the angle, the footage, the pi and the circumference, and, when he is

finished, he will walk away bewildered and scratching his head. He will leave it no more certain

than he did when he came to it." Damon T Berry

"The mathematician sees the wonder of the Great Pyramid of Egypt and with mathematics he sets out

to reveal the purpose of its creation. He will count the stones, measure the heights, weigh, divide, calculate

and subtract. He will obtain the mean, the angle, the footage, the pi and the circumference, and, when he is

finished, he will walk away bewildered and scratching his head. He will leave it no more certain

than he did when he came to it." Damon T Berry

*or not.....*

Realizing how the two upper chambers of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh fit geometrically

inside each other i imagined the next logical step was build a model. It was fortuitous

when economic factors determined the prototype would be half size, because here

the lix dimension formulas are revealed at their most eloquent,

beginning with a profound reciprocity.....

Realizing how the two upper chambers of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh fit geometrically

inside each other i imagined the next logical step was build a model. It was fortuitous

when economic factors determined the prototype would be half size, because here

the lix dimension formulas are revealed at their most eloquent,

beginning with a profound reciprocity.....

*Every 1 x 2 rectangle in the known Universe contains:*

the height of the Hi Phive chamber

(half the diagonal: 1.25 to the power of .5)

every other dimension within it

every dimension of the Point Phive chamber below it

the entire structure around it

and ultimately back

to where we found the lix unit

in planetary geometric centers arrayed

on an expanding golden ratio grid.

That's some rectangle.

The volume of every rectangular cube in the known Universe

with these proportions: 1 x 2 x 1.1180339887.....

the height of the Hi Phive chamber

(half the diagonal: 1.25 to the power of .5)

every other dimension within it

every dimension of the Point Phive chamber below it

the entire structure around it

and ultimately back

to where we found the lix unit

in planetary geometric centers arrayed

on an expanding golden ratio grid.

That's some rectangle.

The volume of every rectangular cube in the known Universe

with these proportions: 1 x 2 x 1.1180339887.....

*= 5 to the power of .5*

*Some things are beyond the capacity of metaphor to convey*

and one simply has to take some time and do the math.

and one simply has to take some time and do the math.

*brainelevator: first**The volume at this scale is 1415.5776 cubic lix = 19.2 x 73.728*

In the Point Phive chamber, the floor diagonal, squared: 648.8064

plus the apex diagonal, squared, 766.7712, = 1415.5776,

and, the cubic diagonal, squared, 884.736, plus

the end wall diagonal, squared, 530.8416 = 1415.5776

The actual length of Point Phive = 18.81208122 lix,

x 2 =

In the Point Phive chamber, the floor diagonal, squared: 648.8064

plus the apex diagonal, squared, 766.7712, = 1415.5776,

and, the cubic diagonal, squared, 884.736, plus

the end wall diagonal, squared, 530.8416 = 1415.5776

The actual length of Point Phive = 18.81208122 lix,

x 2 =

*37.62416244, squared, = 1415.5776*

*brainelevator: second**The claim, for generations, that nothing is perfect, always made*

me wonder what we keep such a perfect word around for.

me wonder what we keep such a perfect word around for.

*25 / 16 = 1.5625 = 1.25 sq.*

On the half size model

centered and 1/5 down from the top

a 1/25 sized window is placed.

Height is 1/10 the ceiling diagonal: 19.2

Width is 1/10 the length: 17.17300206

On the half size model

centered and 1/5 down from the top

a 1/25 sized window is placed.

Height is 1/10 the ceiling diagonal: 19.2

Width is 1/10 the length: 17.17300206

*250 of these, "windows", or mirrors, will completely cover the interior of Hi Phive.*

*West end walls overlaid, actual size:*

*"3Ten (triten) Measure, the Legend of Joey Bee", plots planetary mean distances*

on an expanding golden ratio grid, with "lixcaliber", the Mother of all scales,

found embedded, now emerging, from the heart of the Great Pyramid,

through slope angle, 5E.

on an expanding golden ratio grid, with "lixcaliber", the Mother of all scales,

found embedded, now emerging, from the heart of the Great Pyramid,

through slope angle, 5E.

1 : 200, cross section of the Great Pyramid, based on the "pyrameter", triangle.

*For now, "The Machine Array", speaks for itself.*

*Four scale drawings comprise the series. The other two,*

"Venus, (mind/heart)", and, "The S.E.A. of the Machine Array",

await in the wings.

"Venus, (mind/heart)", and, "The S.E.A. of the Machine Array",

await in the wings.

*exterior dimensions: 2.207 x 3.571 lix*

phi to the 16th, by phi to the 17th power, divided by 1000

phi = 1.6180339887....

phi to the 16th, by phi to the 17th power, divided by 1000

phi = 1.6180339887....

*n phibonacci x 5 to the power of .5 = n lucas*

ex: 19 phibo = 4181, x

ex: 19 phibo = 4181, x

*2.2360679775*

phi to the 19th = 9349.000101

*= 9349 = 19 lucas*phi to the 19th = 9349.000101

*A few years back a lidar image of the Great Pyramid was released revealing a cloudy cigar*

shape above the Grande Gallery. On both of the drawings above, a twisting series of 6

squares emerges from the line of Venus ( 2B ) where 13 lines meet, suggesting

a chamber running 90 degrees, east/west, from the others.

A 45 degree angle through the largest square touches, "10", one lix, on lixcaliber.

The "Mother of all scales", the first artifact Joe and i found within the pyramid,

was located at this position after nearly all the other lines were rendered.

shape above the Grande Gallery. On both of the drawings above, a twisting series of 6

squares emerges from the line of Venus ( 2B ) where 13 lines meet, suggesting

a chamber running 90 degrees, east/west, from the others.

A 45 degree angle through the largest square touches, "10", one lix, on lixcaliber.

The "Mother of all scales", the first artifact Joe and i found within the pyramid,

was located at this position after nearly all the other lines were rendered.

*"......that they will know we were here....."*

*Consider, at a particular point in the distant past, a desperate need to preserve*

critical information arises. The severity of the crisis suggests dozens or even

hundreds of generations may pass before the information will be

rediscovered, let alone translated and understood.

Looking back, at the certainty of doom those people faced, one can't help but marvel

at the courage, dedication and sacrifice, en masse, to expend their final generations

preserving all they valued most, for an unknown and uncertain future people.

It staggers the mind, that level of commitment.

Additionally, how could a valuable trove of essential knowledge be kept safe,

and unblemished, when even the most robustly constructed "libraries",

eventually crumble, submerge or burn?

Their plan was the Great Pyramid.

The system of Measure guiding their purpose

lays out the foundation of their message.

Its language is universal:

1 / phi = phi - 1 phi squared = phi + 1

.61803398874989 x .61803398874989 + .61803398874989 =0.999999999999989

critical information arises. The severity of the crisis suggests dozens or even

hundreds of generations may pass before the information will be

rediscovered, let alone translated and understood.

Looking back, at the certainty of doom those people faced, one can't help but marvel

at the courage, dedication and sacrifice, en masse, to expend their final generations

preserving all they valued most, for an unknown and uncertain future people.

It staggers the mind, that level of commitment.

Additionally, how could a valuable trove of essential knowledge be kept safe,

and unblemished, when even the most robustly constructed "libraries",

eventually crumble, submerge or burn?

Their plan was the Great Pyramid.

The system of Measure guiding their purpose

lays out the foundation of their message.

Its language is universal:

1 / phi = phi - 1 phi squared = phi + 1

.61803398874989 x .61803398874989 + .61803398874989 =

*Locating the "lix unit", in the planetary mean distances and the scale "lixcaliber"*

in the heart of the Great Pyramid was, and remains, a transcendent experience.

Years later, witnessing a "brainelevator", emerge from the combined chamber

dimensions, as a crystal unfolding in the air around me, ever more so.

in the heart of the Great Pyramid was, and remains, a transcendent experience.

Years later, witnessing a "brainelevator", emerge from the combined chamber

dimensions, as a crystal unfolding in the air around me, ever more so.

*That said, no claims are made here about the source of this geometry, beyond the obvious.*

It had to be well known long before a "lix", pyramid at Gizeh could be designed and assembled.

It had to be well known long before a "lix", pyramid at Gizeh could be designed and assembled.

*Furthermore, any speculation i might provide as an artist would be woefully inadequate*

as i am, by no measure, a mathematician, archaeologist, engineer, pyramidologist,

cosmologist, or prehistorian to offer such context.

as i am, by no measure, a mathematician, archaeologist, engineer, pyramidologist,

cosmologist, or prehistorian to offer such context.

*The irony, that once this information is well understood, it will likely shake these professions*

as well as many others, to their foundations, is not lost on me. Clearly, this will be part

of a larger discussion i look forward to participating in.

Joe and i pried a few cold stones aside, far enough to let some light inside.

After four decades within this work, light continues pouring out.

as well as many others, to their foundations, is not lost on me. Clearly, this will be part

of a larger discussion i look forward to participating in.

Joe and i pried a few cold stones aside, far enough to let some light inside.

After four decades within this work, light continues pouring out.

*There is one thing i recognized early. "Civilization",*

*got off on the wrong Foot.*

pass it on

pass it on

*We put too much into this work to waste your time so if you made it through intact, albeit a*

few white hairs, know, i admire and appreciate your patience and attention to detail. Should

you recognize something here, beyond metaphor's capacity to explain away, dig in and learn

the ratios, modules and dimensions. Go where the numbers lead. Confirm, connect and verify

each step. And, when you remember how you arrived there, let us know where it fits.

I continue to believe, recent developments notwithstanding,

we've barely scratched the surface.

few white hairs, know, i admire and appreciate your patience and attention to detail. Should

you recognize something here, beyond metaphor's capacity to explain away, dig in and learn

the ratios, modules and dimensions. Go where the numbers lead. Confirm, connect and verify

each step. And, when you remember how you arrived there, let us know where it fits.

I continue to believe, recent developments notwithstanding,

we've barely scratched the surface.

January 5, 2023

The point where the center line of the pyramid

touches the base of the subterranean chamber.

The point where the center line of the pyramid

touches the base of the subterranean chamber.

After several frustrated attempts over the years, a door finally

opened into, "subterranean" , chamber geometry. At least part way:

opened into, "subterranean" , chamber geometry. At least part way:

46.08 lix is twice the end wall diagonal of the Point Phive chamber, 23.04.

The width of both upper chambers: 17.17300206, here, 1/10th smaller,

and it's square, 294.912, 1/100th smaller.

281.25 appears in the half size dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber

as a factor of the length of the end wall diagonal:

the square root of 2.8125, x 7.68.

and 720?

time will tell

The width of both upper chambers: 17.17300206, here, 1/10th smaller,

and it's square, 294.912, 1/100th smaller.

281.25 appears in the half size dimensions of the Hi Phive chamber

as a factor of the length of the end wall diagonal:

the square root of 2.8125, x 7.68.

and 720?

time will tell

*A final graphic for those who jumped to the end for the expected gist, soundbite,*

hashtag, meme or punchline; without doing the math and proofing it yourself:

#twochamberscomposedofeachother

hashtag, meme or punchline; without doing the math and proofing it yourself:

#twochamberscomposedofeachother

*An introduction to the "lix coffer code", and it's relation to*

the planetary geometric centres, on the lix grid, will be posted next.

the planetary geometric centres, on the lix grid, will be posted next.

*Seeking can become a lifelong passion. Finding presents a fundamentally different challenge.*

As it turns out, by any metric, having to re-ruler the World alone, is no picnic.

As it turns out, by any metric, having to re-ruler the World alone, is no picnic.

*Speaking of measure, sister website,*

*lixcaliber.com*

*, an introduction to the lix grid,*

planetary geometric centers and the "Mother of all scales", is where we're off to next.

It's under reconstruction, so heed your head.

planetary geometric centers and the "Mother of all scales", is where we're off to next.

It's under reconstruction, so heed your head.

*These webpages are condensed and updated iterations of sites*

i've produced and maintained continuously since 1996.

i've produced and maintained continuously since 1996.