lauantai 5. marraskuuta 2016

Pi and Golden Ratio in the King's Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza

In this video lesson, we learn why the Great Pyramid of Giza is the mathematical master piece. Not even to mention the rest of the pyramid, already the King’s Chamber hides the story of two probably the most famous and remarkable mathematical numbers. These numbers are Golden Ratio (Φ) and Pi (π). Enjoy the beautiful art of Mathematics and Geometry.


Also the following facts are found in the elements of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
1) Two times its base length compared with its height forms a great approximation of number π: 22/7 (Theorems 2 and 4), 2) It forms the golden ratio with Kepler Triangle with all of its sides (Theorem 5 and Image 38), 3) In the King’s Chamber the fact holds that any non-negative integer divisible by 3 can be divided into the legs of right triangle (Key-triangle) with ratio 1 : 2, and when comparing the sum of the shorter leg and the hypotenuse against the longer leg, the result is always the golden ratio (Theorem A and Lemma a), 4) The height of the King’s Chamber forms a great approximation of number √5 (Table 2 and Image 5), and 5) The Pyramid itself matches perfectly with the dimension of the Earth, the Moon and the Sun (Theorem 6 and Image 39).


Modern-day science argues that all of these statements are simply a coincidence and not deliberate. Can we afford this kind of narrow thinking?



References:

- Totuudentalo, Iisakki (former Isa Av'ain). Mona Lisa - Image of God. Createspace, 2016. House of Truth. URL: http://houseoftruth.education/en/teaching/mona-lisa

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