Cosmic Geometry

Using what I call cosmic mathematics, we can (for instance) detail the geometry of a triangle without using trigonometry or the Pythagoras theorem. And that is good. Based on a simple equation, it adds a level of sophistication to the normal method, giving us a deeper level of understanding. Taking into account the usually ignored negative principle is a bit of a …

The Amazing Golden Ratio (Phi)

The Golden ratio is maybe the greatest number, lets explore why? The golden ratio can be found in both the Hexagon and the Pentagon. Phi (golden section) triangle and the 345 triangle have a unique relationship. And in order to understand phi we must look in detail at this relationship. Below showing the most important …

Sacred Geometry 101

It is assumed that (x) is always ≥ 1 and the (1/x) is always ≤ 1. The ‘cosmic’ equation Linking the ‘cosmic’ equation with Pythagoras. Linking the ‘cosmic’ equation with trigonometry and the trigonometric functions. Simplifying the tan relationship. more stuff more stuff The Triangles The relationship between the red and blue triangles. More stuff. Example A Visualising the triangles …

The Mathematics of the Khafre Pyramid

Back to The Giza Plateau. The Khafre Pyramid The Khafre/Chephren or middle pyramid is the key to understanding the geometry and mathematics of the Giza plateau, pointing to the cosmic identity/equation. The Khafre Pyramid was built according to a 3,4,5 triangle, considered very important by the Egyptians. The ratios Scaling the ratios by a half, we …

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