circle are of equal perimeters of 31,680. The number 79,833,600, the area of both the pyramid and outer circle embodies the first eleven numbers. 79,833,600 is precisely 2 x 11! or two times the result of 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6 x 7 x 8 x 9 x 10 x 11 (2 x 39,916,800). We have come across many of these numbers before in St. Johns New Jerusalem cube. They are of great import to the cosmic order and hold a preeminent place in sacred science and life itself. We will continue to touch upon and examine their significants throughout this chapter. I have not designated a unit of measure to the above numbers. However, they are veritable units of proportional scale to the basic dimensions of the great pyramid. Because of its missing capstone and dilapidated state the exact dimmesions of the pyramid are difficult to pin down. However this has not always been the case. Although shrouded in mystery the pyramid has been studied, researched and written about for over two and a half thousand years. Peter Thomkins, in his book â&#x20AC;&#x153;Secrets of the Great Pyramidâ&#x20AC;? has compiled this data into a very clear and conscise compendiun. Based on his research and with the help of Dr. Stecchini, who has dedicated his life to the study of ancient number and measure, Thompkins has been able to resolve many of the pyramids ambiguities. A scientific survey cunducted in the early twenith century by an engeneer named Cole is presumed to be within millimeters of the pyramids true size. Relying on Coles survey and geodetic measure Dr. Stecchini was able to conclude that each face of the pyramid was designed to vary slightly so to express several geometric orders. Stecchini shows that this slight deviation in relation of its base and hiegth allowed the builders of the pyramid to incorporate both the pi and phi proportion into its structure. The following outline of the pyramids dimesions, as determined by Coles survey, proves that the pyramids mesures do indeed numerically correspond, by an approximate ratio of 7/11, to the units we have used. In whole numbers each side of the pyramid is actually 756ft. in length or appoximately 440 shorter cubits of 1.71818 ft. The peremeter of the the pyramids base is 1760 cubits or 36,288 inches. The hieght of the pyramid, to within a fraction, can be taken as 481 ft.

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The Flower of Bliss

Part one of the Temple of Paradise Trilogy

The Flower of Bliss

Part one of the Temple of Paradise Trilogy