Square the Circle with Earth and Moon.

When we compare the size of Earth and Moon strange Geometric Synchronicities appear. The Magic Number found in these Geometries is 273, or more specifically 2732. This is an overlooked Constant in our Matrix of Reality. Here are some findings on this number:

1. The ratio of Earth’s diameter to Moon’s diameter is 0.273.  (The Moon is 27.3 % the size of the Earth)

2. Comparing a Square’s perimeter to a Circle having an equal circumference, the Circle’s diameter is 27.3% longer than the edge of the Square

3. Inscribe a Circle inside a Square. The four corners make up 27.32% of the total area. This is reached through the formula: (4 – pi) / pi = 0.2732

4. The relationship of the Great Pyramid’s height to half its base is 1.273:1 (or 4:Pi) and thus ‘Squares the Circle’

5. -273.2 degrees Celsius is the temperature of Absolute Zero

6. 27.32 is the freezing point of water on Kelvin scale (K)

7. Absolute zero of water is 273.2% colder than the temperature it takes to boil

8. 273 days = average length of pregnancy (10 sidereal months)

9. 27.3 days = human menstrual cycle

10. 27.32 Earth days is the sidereal period of the Moon (Moon completes one full rotation)

11. 1/273.2 per C is the expansion/reduction of gas (Gasses expand by 1/273 of their volume with every degree on the Celsius/centigrade scale)

12. Sunspots revolve about the Sun’s surface in 27.3  days

13. Water changes phase at 273°K

14. 273 days from  the summer solstice to the vernal equinox

15. 2,730,000 is the circumference of the Sun in miles

16. The triple point of water is defined to take place at 273.16 K

17. The Cosmic Background Radiation is 2.73 K

18. The Earth and Moon orbital periods are reciprocals. 1/27.32 = 0.0366 (366 days in a sidereal year) (1/366 =.002732) 27.32 days in one month

19. 273 m/s2 = acceleration of the Sun

20. 273 cm/s2 = acceleration of the Moon along its path around the Earth

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Twig, 2015

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2 thoughts on “Square the Circle with Earth and Moon Number 273

  1. The measurements of the Great pyramid can be used to create a circle with a circumference that is equal in measure to the perimeter of a square.
    Some researchers claim that the width of the Great pyramid’s square base measures 756 feet while the height of the Great Pyramid measures 481.090909090909091. Other researchers claim that the width of the Great pyramid’s square base measures 759 feet while the height of the Great Pyramid measures 483 feet.
    In cubits the width of the Egyptian Great pyramid’s square base measures 440 cubits meanwhile the height of the great Egyptian pyramid measures 280 cubits.
    If a circle is created with a radius equal to the full height of the Egyptian Great pyramid then the circumference of that circle will be 1760 cubits and this measure is equal to the perimeter of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base because the width of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base measures 440 cubits according to 1 of the 10 ancient versions of Pi and that ancient version of Pi is the ancient Egyptian version of Pi 22 divided by 7 = 3.142857142857143. The Great Pyramid also contains an isosceles triangle that is made from 2 Kepler scalene triangles. The longest length of a Kepler triangle divided by the shortest length of a Kepler triangle is the Golden ratio of 1.618. If the apothem of the Great Pyramid is divided by half the width of the Great Pyramid’s square base then again the result is the Golden ratio of 1.618. The second shortest length of a Kepler triangle divided by the shortest length of a Kepler triangle is the square root of the Golden ratio and reads 1.27. If the full height of the Great pyramid is divided by half the width of the Great Pyramid’s square base then the result is the square root of the Golden ratio and again that reads 1.27. If the width of the Great pyramid is divided by the height of the Great pyramid the result is half of Pi = 1.57. If half of the perimeter of the Great Pyramid’s square base is divided by the height of the Great pyramid then the result will be 1 of the 10 ancient approximations of Pi = 3.14. The ratio of the width of the great pyramid’s square base divided by the height of the Great Pyramid is 11 divided by 7. The width of the great pyramid’s square base contains 11 equal units of measure while the height of the great Pyramid measures 7 equal units of measure. If half of the Great Pyramid’s square base is subtracted from the full height of the Great pyramid the remaining measure will represent the size of our Earth’s moon when compared to the size of our Earth.

    (22 is half of this Pyramid’s perimeter of square base)
    (8.9 is the measure for the apothem of this Pyramid)
    (121 is the number of square equal units in the area of this Pyramid’s square base). “22 x 8.9 = 195.8 + 121 = 316.8.

    The surface area of this Pyramid is 316.8 equal square units of measure and the area of this Pyramid’s square base is 121 equal square units of measure. If the surface area of this Pyramid 316.8 equal square units of measure is divided by the area of the square base that’s 121 equal square units of measure the result will is the Golden ratio squared: 2.618181818181818. Also if the surface area of this Pyramid 316.8 equal units of measure is divided into the Golden ratio the larger segment of the division is 195.8 the result of half of this Pyramid’s square perimeter multiplied by the apothem of this Pyramid 8.9, while the smaller segment of the division is the area of this Pyramid’s square base 121 equal square units of measure. 195.8 divided by 121 = 1.618181818181818. 195.8 + 121 = 316.8. Half of this Pyramid’s square base perimeter multiplied by the central slant of this pyramid divided by the area of the square base of this Pyramid = 1.618181818181818. The volume of this Pyramid is 282.333 equal units of measure. The longest edge lengths for the 4 isosceles triangles that make up this Pyramid is 10.464 equal units of measure. The angle for the central slant that is located in the middle of any of the 4 triangular faces of this pyramid is 51 degrees. 41.9 degrees is the edge angle for a Pyramid with a height of 7 equal units of measure while the Pyramid’s square base has a width of 11 equal units of measure.

    Remember again that the ratio of the width of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base divided by the height of the great Egyptian Pyramid is 11 divided by 7. 11 divided by 7 = half of Pi = 1.57.

    11 x 40 = 440. The width of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s base in cubits is 440.
    7 x 40 = 280. The height of the Great Egyptian Pyramid in cubits is 280.

    The width of the square base of the Great Egyptian Pyramid is 440 equal Egyptian cubits. Half of the perimeter for the great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base is equal 880 cubits. The apothem of the Great Egyptian Pyramid of Giza is 356 cubits.

    The width of the square base of the Great Egyptian Pyramid is 440 equal Egyptian cubits. Half of the perimeter for the great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base is equal 880 cubits. The apothem of the Great Egyptian Pyramid of Giza is 356 cubits.

    So the area of the square base of the Great Pyramid of Giza is 193600 square Egyptian cubits of measure.

    Half of the perimeter of the square base for the Great Egyptian Pyramid multiplied by 356 cubits the apothem of the Great Egyptian Pyramid is 313280 equal cubits of measure.

    So the total surface area of the Great Egyptian pyramid is 506880 square cubits of equal measure.

    The surface area of the Great Egyptian Pyramid is 506880 equal square cubit units of measure and the area of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base is 193600 equal square cubit units of measure. If the surface area of the Great Egyptian Pyramid 506880 equal square cubit units of measure is divided by the area of the square base that’s 193600 equal square cubit units of measure the result will is the Golden ratio squared: 2.618181818181818. Also if the surface area of the Great Egyptian Pyramid 506880 equal cubit units of measure is divided into the Golden ratio the larger segment of the division is 313280 cubit units of measure the result of half of this Pyramid’s square perimeter multiplied by the apothem of the Great Egyptian Pyramid 356 equal cubit units of measure, while the smaller segment of the division is the area of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base 193600 equal square cubit units of measure. 313280 divided by 193600 = 1.618181818181818. 313280 + 193600 = 506880. Half of the Great Egyptian Pyramid’s square base perimeter multiplied by the central slant of the Great pyramid of Egypt divided by the area of the square base of the Egyptian Great Pyramid = 1.618181818181818.

    The volume of the Great pyramid of Giza is 18068333.333 cubit units of measure. The longest edge lengths of the 4 isosceles triangles that make up the Great Pyramid of Giza is 418 cubit units of measure. The angle for the central slant that is located in the middle of any of the 4 triangular faces of the Great Egyptian pyramid of Giza is 51 degrees. The edge angle of the Great Pyramid of Giza is 41.9 degrees.

    316.8 is an important number because 316.8 is the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 100.8 when modern Pi is approximated to 22 dived by 7 = 3.142857142857143. 316.8 is the perimeter of a square with a width of 79.2. 316.8 feet is also the measure for the circumference of the largest of the circles that make the floor plan of the megalithic stone monument stone Henge in the United Kingdom. 79.2 feet is the diameter of the second largest circle that is involved in the design of the megalithic stone monument known as Stone Henge in the United Kingdom. So if a square is created with a width equal to the diameter of the second largest circle of the floor plan of Stone Henge then perimeter of that square is equal to the circumference of the largest circle according to Pi approximated as 22 divided by 7 = 3.142857142857143.

    If the decimal points are removed from 316.8 then we get 31680 the circumference of a circle with a radius that is equal to both the radiuses of our Earth of 3960 miles and our Earth’s moon of 1080 miles. 3960 + 1080 = 5040. So if a circle is created with a radius of 5040 miles the circumference of that circle is 31680 miles according to pi = 22 divided by 7 = 3.142857142857143. 31680 is the perimeter of a square with width that is equal to the equatorial diameter of our Earth The equatorial diameter of our Earth is 7920 miles. If the measure for the diameter of our Earth is divided by the measure for the diameter of our Earth’s moon then the result is 3.666666666666667. The equatorial diameter of our Earth = 7920 miles divided by the equatorial diameter of our Earth’s moon = 2160 miles. 7920 divided by 2160 = 3.666666666666667. 11 divided by 3 also = 3.666666666666667.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BovYRhIQ4ZI. : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vs30aLv6HU: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xijbpv_pyramid-and-squaring-the-circle_tech?GK_FACEBOOK_OG_HTML5=1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoVAEkzhm0Q: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnvYMD77E48 .

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    1. Fabulous information above, thank you so much. My husband and I both watched the video links you provided below. The crop circle video is amazing, and I have been fortunate to visit the very few ones that pop up in the Shire. (Although the pesky aliens – didn’t visit this year).

      Astonishing too the ratio 5040 and 7920 and how this correlates to Stonehenge. How did they know? And by multiplying 1x2x3x4x5x6x7=5040 and 8x9x10x11=7920 – that has blown my mind.

      Regarding the Meter … of course we knew … it’s just knowledge that has been hidden.

      There is a chappy I’m not sure whether you are acquainted with him and his research but, I thought I’d mention it as he too has worked on a theory in respect of the Great Pyramid. Well worth taking a gander at. http://www.gnower.net/the-lie-of-the-land-of-aegypt/

      Thank you. Oh and I’m still looking at what you wrote above, keep going back to it. It’s such a lot to take in.

      Thanks again.
      twig.

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