Completing the circle – in 24 hours

Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding. Who hath laid the measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or who laid the corner stone thereof; When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy? Job 38:4-7

Few will understand the significance of this research toward the origin of the definition of measurement systems on Earth.  A person must first have three foundations of understanding. The first and most important is a belief in God (The Freemasons accept no less for initiation.)  The next requirement is knowledge of man’s communion with God at Eden, his fall from paradise and resulting state. And finally, one must have some familiarity with the history of the Earth as it was briefly mentioned in Genesis Chapter 6.

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them,  That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.  And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.  There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. Gen 6:1-4

Without these core beliefs, contemplation of the research illustrated on this website is impossible. Consideration must be dismissed to avoid the cognitive dissonance of having to accept the fact that this Earth was created by a supreme intelligence to fit perfectly for a specific purpose.

The origin of 24 hours

Not only was the Pyrus Cydonia a base for the concept of a unit of rotation or angle, it is also the reason that a coin is money. The coin is the human life exchange unit that mirrors the likeness of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil – the thing that caused the need for money in the first place.

Concerning the coin:

Because of the involvement of the Nachash with the fiery Cydonia fruit, the etymology of the word “coin” grew from the idea of a separation or wedge set in place between man and God. The wedge as something that obstructs is directly linked to the idea of the pediment structure.

The Latin word cuneus basically means a “wedge.” The old French coing, from the Latin cuneus, can mean “a wedge, a stamp, a piece of money, a corner, or an angle.” Something that is cuneate is wedge-shaped, but more especially is something that is narrowly triangular.

The old English quion or coign can mean an “exterior angle of a wall or other piece of masonry,” or it can refer to the actual stone block used to form a quoin, especially when it is different from the other blocks that are used to build a structure or a cornerstone. It can also refer the actual die used for stamping out metal into “coins.” In Modern French, a coin is “a corner, an angle,” “a nook,” or an “interior angle.” Forbidden Secrets of the Labyrinth Page 151.

 

The word angle comes from the Latin word angulus, meaning “corner”; cognate words are the Greek (ankylos), meaning “crooked, curved,” and the English word “ankle”. Both are connected with the Proto-Indo-European root *ank-, meaning “to bend” or “bow”.

Remember that I started with the creation of a system for angular measurement in “The Pyrus Cydonia And The Origin Of 360 Degrees” but then went to the derivation of a unit length via the pendulum equation in “Earth, π², Light and the Meter.”

I skipped a step. In the derivation of a unit length for the pendulum equation, T (time) must be set to 2 seconds.

But from where did our time increments come? Specifically, why do we have 24 hours in a day and 60 minutes in each hour?

Units of time measurement can be derived from the understanding the genesis of the system of rotation or angle measurement that was conceived on Earth.

From the ratio of how many times the earth circles the sun in one circuit of precession and the five sided regular polygon (the symbolic Pyrus Cydonia), we get a value for the numbers of “degrees” that should be in a circle. With degrees we can define angles and then know the angle values of the 5-sided pentagon. (See: “The Pyrus Cydonia And The Origin Of 360 Degrees” )

Next we need units of time. This will come from the same components of the angular measurement system.

Think of a day as a circle, a time circle – but with an unknown number of sections or time periods from sunset to sunset.

The number of degrees “outside” each of the five divisions of the 5-sided regular polygon is 288.

288 multiplied by the number of sides in the pentagon will equal the divisions of a day – or the divisions of the circle of Earth-centric time.

288 * 5 = 1440

In the same way that the 360 degrees in a circle are divided by 60 twice – once to create minutes and again dividing the minutes by 60 to create seconds – the circle of Earth-centric time divides 60 into the 1440 time units (minutes) to create 24 groups of 60 minutes (hours). Dividing the time-based minutes by 60 again gives 60 seconds.

A 24 hour or 1440 minute clock.

 

The circle of angles defines the circle of time. Both Earth-centric “circles” are necessary before a definition of a unit of length based on the speed of light is possible.

Finally we need to discuss the pendulum equation again (sorry) but in a little more depth. See: Earth, π², Light and the Meter

 

  • T = time in seconds
  • L = length
  • g = acceleration of gravity in L per second. (Notice that I didn’t use any known units of length here such as meters, feet, cubits, paces or ropes.)

If T is set to 2 seconds and L set to 1, the value for g will always be π².

At any level of effective gravity, from massive Jupiter to the Earth’s moon, this equation works. That is, if we always keep g equal to π² the length of L or 1 (our unit length, determined by the length that the pendulum with a 2 second period) will either be shorter in less gravity or longer in higher gravity.

As a side note, it is interesting that T has to be set to 2 seconds for this equation to work with π².   For example, 2π or just π makes T a non-integer.

2.5066… = 2π√(1/2π)
3.5449… = 2π√(1/π)

It is only on Earth where the only surviving member of the seven ancient wonders of the world resides at exactly the angular distance (north latitude) that matches the meter value for how far light travels in one second. It is not a coincidence that the value for L comes out to be only 0.641% shorter than the length that we know as the meter.

Effective gravity on the Earth’s surface varies by around 0.7% from 9.7639m/s2 to 9.8337m/s2         This greatest measured value is only 0.0359 m/s2   less than π² m/s2 .

The speed of light was known (in feet per second) at the time of the definition of the meter. Two scenarios are possible as to why the meter is so close to π² and the fact that the latitude of the great pyramid mirrors the speed of light (in meters).   In the first, the length of the meter might have been derived by making it “fit” into how far light traveled in one second so that it would match the value of the latitude of the great pyramid. The second is stranger to consider. It might have been known that the great pyramid has an internal gravity “anomaly” that equals π² m/s2  (perhaps in the subterranean chamber at the end of the descending passageway?) and so the pendulum equation (with T = 2 and g = π²) would precisely define a unit of length which in turn, defined the speed of light that mirrored the pyramid’s latitude.

 

 

 

 

 

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