Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is "irrational number" and its decimal expansion therefore does not terminate or repeat. The first 10 decimal places are: 3.14159 26535 ... Fractional approximations to Pi There are few fractional approximations to Pi (that give very close approximation of the “pi”). In order of increasing … [Read more...]

## Square the Circle with Earth and Moon

Copyright © 2015 Joe Dubs at JoeDubs.com Square the Circle with the physical sizes of Earth and Moon (click to enlarge) When we compare the size of Earth and Moon strange geometric synchronicities appear. The most fascinating of all is the ancient philosophical concept of ‘squaring the circle‘, that is drawing a square with the same area as that of the … [Read more...]

## The New Jerusalem Diagram – The Blueprint for Ancient Monuments?

“The city was laid out as a square, its length equal to its breadth. The angel measured the city with a rod and it was 12,000 stadia in length and breadth and height. He measured its wall, and this was 144 cubits high, according to the human measure he used.” -- Revelation 21:16-17 Modern science confirms what our ancestors already new: the architecture of the universe … [Read more...]

## Numbers Magick

“The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God.” -- Euclid The ancients claimed that God works by mathematics. Their religion was a conglomeration of religion, astrology, alchemy, physical and mental science, and mathematics. Ancient astrology divided the starry heavens into 36 constellations. These were represented by different amulets called "Sigilla Solis," or … [Read more...]

## Cheops Pyramid, Squaring the Circle, Pi and the Decimal System

Cheops Pyramid and Squaring the Circle by Andras Goczey The modern world has every right to stand amazed at the building accuracy of the Cheops pyramid of theoretically 146.7 m height. It is a well known fact that, according to the intention of builders, the perimeter of the base square of pyramid is equal to the perimeter of the great circle of a hemisphere the … [Read more...]