Pi in the Sky

It’s time for scientists to come down to Earth to prevent unprecedented disaster

If you received this link from me or another interested person, it’s because you’re involved in some way, as a scientist, journalist, concerned citizen, etc., working on, writing or worrying about, the very underestimated dangers of incoming NEO (Near Earth Objects) and specifically asteroid Apophis.

Recently, mathematician Harry Lear claimed that he had corrected Pi and that, among many things, utilizing its true value is essential in order for any attempted deflection of such NEO as Apophis to be successful.

I am providing some comments from Harry below, which echo what Galileo had asked of the Church long ago, to paraphrase: Please just look through the telescope…and then let’s talk.

“You would be surprised how many emails I have received from math professors and physicists from around the world, some supporting my results and others vehemently arguing against me. Some individuals send 100-page, complex math proofs and want me to try to disprove them.

I have pointed out errors for some but I simply don’t have time to delve into the math mistakes of others. Nor is this my goal. It’s not so much for me to prove they are wrong but rather for them to replicate my lab experiment (so easy to do) to try to find out if I am correct.

As of recently, I am telling most readers that I don’t have time to talk to them until they have done the physical measurement of the Pi circumference of a 1 unit diameter circle. Why? Because after they see for themselves what true Pi is and how the Old Pi is wrong, they can start reviewing where they went wrong in the first place, and then log onto my web site and look at my 5 – 10 umpteen ways in which I show them the results on 1 page with the steps listed and also outlined in my videos.”

Now that You Know

As you will learn when you read the provided links in Harry’s article, we have been forwarding the original warnings – from 1981 – about the Red Meteor, aka Apophis, for 12 years.

We even illustrated it – in seven languages – well before the first trendy T-shirt was being hawked by superficial celebrity seekers. For years, we have reached out to a multitude of “scientific experts”, astronomers, physicists, and others concerned about preventing NEO strikes, etc., etc.

Because our information comes from an “unusual” source, the various know-it-alls have behaved as predictably as the devastation from an asteroid strike.

There are those who would say that we haven’t figured out how to approach the vaunted, so-called “experts”, many of whom were themselves also just…students, sitting in classrooms, trying to earn their degrees, worrying about repaying their loans, etc., not too long ago. Perhaps concerns about tenure, funding, ridicule, loss of status and/or celebrity have now become more important to some than the pursuit of science that initially motivated them.

For any who still have concerns about the credibility and authenticity of Billy Meier, the original source of the warnings about this possibly, and literally, world-shattering event, you can now consider this article by an independent expert military investigator.

Just like Harry Lear’s experiment, it’s clear and logical enough that anyone, even a scientist, can understand, apply and draw the same conclusion.

Now that you know…what will you do?

50 Replies to “Pi in the Sky”

  1. You are quite right, Liddz.

    Pi as 3.144605511029693144… is irrational, not transcendental. But the science that uses it will IMO become a transcendental science because it appears to relate to light, space, time, hyperspace travel, and time travel. It is difficult to imagine anything more scientifically transcendental, though of course, you are quite right mathematically speaking and so you are right to point that out.

    In Billy’s discussion with Ptaah on Guido’s work (CRs 246, 248, 251, and 260) he noted that the original height of the Great Giza Pyramid was 152.955347 meters.

    Billy says that this same figure in kilometers is also the correct au or astronomical unit that measures the average distance between the Earth and the sun (and that our scientists have this slightly incorrect at 149,597,871 km).

    He States this number also relates directly to the speed of light which = 152955347 x 280 (the final completed number of elements in the periodic table) x 7. Which equals 299792.48012 km/sec. (See Figu bulletin #077 Sep 2017, p7-10.)

    We, those familiar with Billy’s work, will immediately notice that this is also the time it takes under normal/natural conditions to reincarnate, i.e. 1.52 (plus0.00955347?) x the lifetime lived.

    Furthermore in Contact Report 4 Semjase tells Meier that in their space travels, in order to use tachyon drive to enter hyperspace they must be at a distance of 153 million km from the nearest planet to avoid it and/or other material being dragged along into hyperspace with them which would potentially cause great harm as those accompanying objects are ejected out into space as they leave hyperspace at the other end of the journey. It is probably safe to ponder that the actual safe distance is 152.955347 million km which is rounded to 153 million km giving a safety factor of around 4.5%. It would be potentially risky to jump right on the razor’s edge as it were at 152.955347 million km. Engineers always use safety factors in their designs.

    It is perhaps also significant to note that Mars is 1.52 au from the sun, while we are one au from the sun which again measures 152,955,347 km (as an average distance).

    Clearly there is something very significant on a universal level to do with time, light, energy, space travel, hyperspace travel, and time travel with this numerical indicator of the original height of the Great Pyramid: 152955347.

    Most mathematicians working on the pi = 3.144605511029691344… figure cite the importance of Phi in relation to pi, and often the height of the pyramid at least for math calculations is said to have been √(Phi,) or Phi in the Kepler triangle.
    It all suggests that Phi or √Phi is key to space, time, energy, light, and hyperspace travel and time travel research and utilization for our future sciences.

    What puzzles me is that this figure of 1.52955347 does not fit in with either pi, Phi, √Phi, or even e. Pi is 3.144605511029693144…(or conventionally 3.14159…), Phi is 1.6180339887… which is about 8.8% off Billy’s 1.52955347…. √Phi is farther off at 1.27201964949… Furthermore, if Billy’s 1.52955347 is assumed to be a correct figure for √Phi then pi would = 2.615142313…which cannot be correct. If 1.52955347… is assumed to be Phi then pi would = 3.23428033011… which again cannot be correct.

    I wonder, Michael, if next time you visit Billy you could ask him what ratio the numeric 152955347…is? Is it Phi,√Phi, pi or some other universal ratio? I think I will send this to Christian and see if he can ask Billy.

    It is clearly very significant, and we could wonder why Semjase even told us the exact figure for the safety distance when using tachyon drive into hyperspace. She had no need to do so. Of course, it could have been just that, for safety’s sake, when we eventually venture into those realms in the future. It might also however, have been to give us another clue as to the importance of the figure 152955347…

    Or can a mathematician reading this shed some light (sorry about the possible pun again) on this enigmatic number.

  2. Explaining the causes of the quadrature of the circle.

    First regarding the creation of a circle and a square with equal perimeters meaning the circumference of the circle is equal in measure to the perimeter of the square, the width of the square must be equal to 1 quarter of the circle’s circumference resulting in the perimeter of the square being the same measure as the circumference of the circle. For example if the circumference of the circle is 8 then the edge of the square with a perimeter that is equal to a circle with a circumference of 8 must be 2. Also if the square and circle share the same centre and the circumference of the circle is equal to the perimeter of the square then the radius of the circle must be the longer measure of a 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle while half the central width of the square must be the shorter measure of a 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle. If a circle and square are created with the perimeter of the square being the same measure as the circumference of the circle and the circle and square do NOT share the same centre then the diameter of the circle CAN be the longer measure of a 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle while the edge of the square CAN be the shorter measure of a 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle but this is NOT compulsory.

    In another example the edge of the square is the longer measure of a 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle while the shorter measure of the 1.272019649514069 ratio rectangle is equal in measure to 1 quarter of the real value of Pi = 3.144605511029693.

    Second regarding the creation of a circle and a square with equal areas the radius of the circle must be the longer measure of a 1.127838485561682 ratio rectangle while half the central width of the square must the shorter measure of a 1.127838485561682 ratio rectangle if the circle and square share the same centre. If the circle and square do NOT share the same centre and the circle and square have the same surface area then the diameter of the circle CAN be the longer measure of 1.127838485561682 ratio rectangle while the edge of the square CAN be the shorter measure of a 1.12783848556 ratio rectangle but this is NOT compulsory.

    The relationship between the circle and the square having the same perimeter or the same area is a result of 2 ratios that are related to the Golden ratio of cosine (36) multiplied by 2 = 1.618033988749895 being used and those 2 ratios again are:

    • The square root of the Golden ratio also called the Golden root = 1.272019649514069. The Golden root 1.272019649514069 is the result of either the diameter of a circle being divided by 1 quarter of a circle’s circumference or the radius of a circle being divided by one 8th of a circle’s circumference. The square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 also applies to the perimeter of a square divided by the circumference of a circle with a diameter equal to the width of the square. The square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 also applies to the surface area of a square divided by the surface area of a circle with a diameter equal to the width of the square. The square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 also applies to the surface area of a square divided by the surface area of a circle with a circumference equal in measure to the perimeter of the square. The second longest edge length of a Kepler right triangle divided by the shortest edge length of a Kepler right triangle is the square root of the Golden ratio also called the Golden root = 1.272019649514069. The hypotenuse of a Kepler right triangle divided by the second longest edge length of a Kepler right triangle is the square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069.The square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 can also be gained if the surface area of circle is multiplied by 16 and then the result of the surface area of a circle being multiplied by 16 is then divided by the circumference of the circle squared. If the measure for the diameter of a circle is multiplied by 4 and the result of multiplying the measure of a circle’s diameter by 4 is divided by the measure for the circumference of a circle the result is also the square root of the Golden ratio also called the Golden root = 1.272019649514069. 4 divided by Golden Pi = 3.144605511029693 = the square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069.The square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 also applies to the calculation of the surface area of a circle when the surface area of a square with a width that is equal to 1 quarter of the circle’s circumference is multiplied by the square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069. If the surface area of a circle is multiplied by the square root of the Golden ratio = 1.272019649514069 the result is the square root for the diameter of the circle.

    • The square root of the Golden root = 1.127838485561682. The square root of the Golden root 1.127838485561682 can be gained if the diameter of a circle that has the same surface area as a square is divided by the width of the square that has the same surface area as the circle. The square root of the Golden root 1.127838485561682 can also be gained if the radius of a circle that has the same surface area as a square is divided by half the width of the square that has the same surface area as the circle. The square root of the Golden root 1.127838485561682 can also be gained if a circle and a square with the same surface area are created and the perimeter of the square is divided by the circumference of the circle. The second longest edge length of a Illumien right triangle divided by the shortest edge length of a Illumien right triangle is the ratio The square root of the Golden root = 1.127838485561682.If a circle and a square are created with equal areas of measure and the width of the square of the square is divided by the ratio 1.127838485561682 the result is equal to 1 quarter of the circle’s circumference that has the same surface area as the square and if 1 quarter of the circle’s circumference is multiplied by the ratio 1.272019649514069 the result is the measure for the diameter of the circle . If the width of the square is multiplied by the ratio 1.127838485561682 the result is the measure for the diameter of the circle with the same surface area as the square.
    If a circle and a square are created with equal areas of measure and half the width of the square of the square is divided by the ratio 1.127838485561682 the result is equal to 1 eighth of the circle’s circumference that has the same surface area as the square and if 1 eighth of the circle’s circumference is multiplied by the ratio 1.272019649514069 the result is the measure for the radius of the circle. If half the width of the square is multiplied by the ratio 1.127838485561682 the result is the measure for the radius of the circle with the same surface area as the square.

    If a circle and a square have been created with the circumference of the circle being equal in measure to the perimeter of the square and the desire is to gain the measure for the radius or the diameter of a circle that has the same surface area to the already existing square that already has a circle with a circumference that is equal to the perimeter of the square a solution is to divide the radius or the diameter of the circle that has a circumference equal to the perimeter of the square by the square root of the square root of Phi = 1.127838485561682 resulting in the measure for the radius or diameter of the circle that has the same surface area to the already existing square that has a perimeter that is equal in measure to the circumference of the already existing circle.Alternatively If a circle and a square have been created with the circumference of the circle being equal in measure to the perimeter of the square and the desire is to gain the measure for the edge of a square that has the same surface area as the already existing circle that has a circumference equal in measure to the perimeter of the already existing square a solution is to divide the radius or the diameter of the circle that has a circumference equal to the perimeter of the already existing square by the square root of the square root of Phi = 1.127838485561682 resulting in the measure for half the edge of the square or the edge of the square that has the same surface area as the already existing circle that has a circumference that is equal in measure to the perimeter of the already existing square. 2 divided by the square root of Golden Pi = 1.773303558624324 = 1.127838485561682.Please remember that the ratio 1.127838485561682 is the square root of the ratio 1.272019649514069 and the ratio 1.272019649514069 is the square root of the Golden ratio of Cosine (36) multiplied by 2 = 1.618033988749895.

    The square root of the square root of Phi = 1.272019649514069: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%E2%88%9A%CF%86

    The square root of the square root of Phi = 1.127838485561682 computed by Wolfram Alpha: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=√√φ

  3. Further to my post of June 30, I have just rewritten my letter to Billy in which I ask questions about pi, Phi, Square root of Phi, 4/Phi squared, and the coefficient of the original height of the Great Giza pyramid 152.955347 in meters. There are matters in here that may be of interest to researchers of pi, Phi, au, the reincarnation coefficient 1.52, hyperspace travel, dispersion of bodies in space, Creational math, and Billy’s material. Below is the letter followed by Billy and Christian’s reply and my response.

    Number 152955347…
    Dear Billy and Christian,

    I have a question, with four yes / no answers first, about the number/coefficient 152955347 or 153 and its relationship to au, pi (Figu Bulletin # 077, CR 246) and 4/Phi2 (Phi is the Golden Ratio). I am no mathematician, but I would be very grateful for any possible answers that might sort coincidence from correlation.

    First, the CRs cite two different distances for the present correct au (astronomical unit): The first distance is 149,597,870 km in CR 228 v123 -125 (1 May 1989) and the second is 152,955,347 km in CR 246 Block 7 p189 (19 June 1993) reprinted in Figu Bulletin # 077 (Sept. 2017 p 7-10, and CRs 248, 251, 260).
    Taking first CR 228 of 1 May 1989: When talking about wandering planets and the two different belts on the other side of Pluto, Quetzal tells Billy in v 123 – 125 that au is 149,597,870 km (also our scientists’ measure).
    123: The first belt — a zone — is located up to more than 150,000 astronomical units from the sun.
    124: An astronomical unit thereby corresponds to the mean distance from the sun to the Earth, thus 149,597,870 kilometers.
    125: At an earlier time, when the Giza Pyramids were built, this distance however still amounted to 152,500,000 kilometers, a number which is also of enormous significance in regard to the calculation of the entire universe’s 280 elements.
    Taking second CR 246 of 19 June 1993 from Figu Bulletin # 077: Billy says Earth’s au is 152,955,347 km (Giza Pyramid original height coefficient) before relating it directly to the 299,792.48012 km/sec speed of light which = 152.955347 (Giza Pyramid height in meters) x 280 (total elements in the universe) x 7.
    Billy: …Well, the terrestrial scientists claim that the Great Giza Pyramid originally had a height of 146.6 meters, which however, according to my calculation and your statements, does not correspond to the truth. The original height actually amounted to 152.955347 meters, which, renamed into kilometers, also corresponds exactly to the distance Earth-Sun and thus hence to one au, one astronomical unit. A fact, which contradicts the inaccurate specification of Earth-Sun distance by the terrestrial-astronomical science….
    Yes/No Question 1: Of these two au distances presumably152,995,347 km is the right and corrected Earth-Sun au, and is the “more than 150,000” au for the first belt in v 123 more accurately 152,955 au?

    The coefficient 152, or 1.52 au, appears in some CRs. In CR 345 v 19 – 23 Ptaah says the three peaceful white, green, and blue human races live on a 1.48 au planet, and its nearby 1.51 au planet has primeval animal and plant life. I seem to recall the Plejaren home Erra is 1.52 au. Mars is 1.52 au, as was Malona which was where Mars is now before becoming the asteroid belt (We Came From the Stars, And Then From Mars pdf). The Earth is precisely one au or 152,955,347 km, and our scientists now say the habitable zone is 0.99 – 1.7 au, with a mean au of 1.34. CR au figures here range from 1.00 (Earth) — 1.52 au giving a mean of 1.26 which is within 1% of √Phi which is 1.27, making √Phi a possible au mean for the habitable zone where life arises and human life-supporting physical matter emerges. CR examples, however, are too few to assume a universal mean au.

    I recall Billy informed us that 1.52 x the years lived = the years to the next incarnation on both Erra and Earth, given proper populations. This 1.52 lifespan relates to au, but Earth is only 1.00 au, so, unless I err, I wonder why the reincarnation coefficient for Erra and Earth is the same 1.52 when their au differ by about 30%. Yes/No Question 2: Is the full reincarnation coefficient 1.52955347, and why is it the same for Earth and Erra?
    Further, in CR 4 Semjase informs Billy that to use tachyon drive to enter hyperspace they must be 153 million km from the nearest planet to avoid pulling the planet and other material along with them into hyperspace. Any accompanying materials could cause immense harm at the journey’s end as they eject out of hyperspace into space. This 153 million km is almost precisely 152.955347 million km. It is interesting Semjase told us this safe distance when she need not have. Of course, it could be for safety’s sake when we venture into deep space and hyperspace realms, but that is unlikely for 800 years, after which time we meet them again, and they could inform us. Perhaps it hints at some near future use of 152955347. Yes/No Question 3: Is the safe distance precisely 152.955347 million km which rounded up to 153 million km provides a small safety factor?

    The original Great Giza Pyramid height coefficient 152955347 evinces a broad utility: 1.52955347 au, and reincarnation period; 152.955347 original Pyramid height in meters, and safe distance for tachyon drive in millions of km; and 152,955,347 light speed and total number of elements coefficient. Even more correlations to time, energy, space travel, time travel, element and planet formation, and the emergence of human life or human life-supporting physical matter seem likely. Perhaps, then, it also correlates to the Golden Ratio Phi, √Phi, or pi.

    Phi,√Phi, and pi, are respectively: 1.6180339…, 1.2720196…, and pi 3.1446055… (or 3.14159…). Billy informs us that 3.1446055… pi is key to our future sciences, hyperspace travel, and time travel. Meanwhile, researchers of pi show 3.1446055…= pi = 4/√Phi and their pyramid height is √Phi . I am no math or pi expert, but very curiously I notice 4/Phi2 = 1.52786404… which correlates 99.9% to 1.52955347….. Given pi = 4/√Phi = 3.1446055, perhaps 4/Phi2 is also a key, and relates to 152955347…. Alternatively, with the CRs’ 1.26 mean au falling within 1% of √Phi perhaps √Phi relates to 152955347…

    On a more creational level, in CR 238 v 659-660 Billy asks Ptaah how long it took for the first solid material to come into existence. Ptaah replied, “Approximately 1,500,000,000,000 years.” Perhaps this “approximately” is more exactly 1,529,553,470,000, and recalling that the first belt of material the other side of Pluto is “located up to more than 150,000” au perhaps it too is more exactly 152,955 au (2,955 au “more than 150,000”).
    Earlier, in CR 119 v 16, Billy astonishes the Plejaren with his Creation calculations saying, “…a creation hour amounts to 90 trillion and 720 billion years, and a minute amounts to 1 trillion and 512 billion years, and a second is accordingly 60 times less?” All these close correlations to 151 might suggest a coefficient within the 150 – 153 range as a creational number. As shown, this is very close to 4/Phi2, which is 152.
    Further, in CR 119, v 40, Billy gives a precise figure for the expansion of the universe: “…the universe only expands during 155,519,999,999,980 years…” This base 155 again approximates 153 (<1.5% difference), but perhaps given the preciseness of the 155… this similarity is mere coincidence. Yes/No Question 4: Do any of these: the 1.5 trillion, or the 1 trillion and 512 billion, or the 155 trillion relate to coefficient 152955347…?

    Finally, Main Question: Can you say more on the significance of 152955347…, and does it relate or equate to √Phi, 4/Phi2, pi, a universal ratio, gravity, or the emergence of life, matter or elements?

    Thank you so much for all you do, Billy, and, of course, for giving your time to look at this, if you can. Please take care, and be in full health soon.
    Salome,
    Chris Lock

    From: Christian Frehner / FIGU
    To: Chris Lock
    Sent: Sunday, 22 July 2018, 20:05
    Subject: Re: Question on # 152955347…
    Hi Chris,
    Yesterday I've shown your paper to Billy and we spoke about your questions. He said that he's not familiar with all these calculations and pi and phi etc., because he just forwarded information that he had received from the Plejaren.
    Regarding Question 1: The original pyramids were erected over 73,000 years ago, and rebuilt in Cheops' time about 4500 years ago, and at that time the mean distance was longer than today. And of course the "more than 150,000 au" corresponds with the precise number mentioned in CR 246.
    And just a thought from my side: When the original "Cheops" pyramid was built, the top of it would not precisely match the 152.955347 meters, because you cannot achieve such an exact measure with concrete or limewash coat. The pyramid height is used to bring an exact number into the play. 🙂
    Regarding Question 2: You cannot look upon that reincarnation coefficient as been so precise. It is just a mean ratio (when 100 years alive in the material world, 152 years in the fine-matter realm), and since Erra is nearly identical in size as Earth (and probably of similar distance to its sun), the ratio seems to be similar. Anyway, the incarnation-reincarnation ratio of each world depends on the mean distance between planet and its sun.
    Regarding Question 3: Billy does not know, but your conclusion seems plausible.
    Regarding Question 4: Billy does not know as well.
    Anyway, thank you for your creative and interesting calculations, and kind and best regards from Billy who is making progress regarding his broken shoulder.
    Salome,
    Christian
    ________________________________________
    Hi Christian & Billy,
    Thank you so much for taking the trouble to look over the questions.
    Re question 1 answer: What you say regarding the lime wash coat makes sense. If any of these figures do relate astronomically, then again the numbers are just, as you say, "into the play," and will not occur exactly since we do not live in a fractal universe. Thank you.
    Re question 2 answer: I see. Maybe again there are just too many organic factors to take into account for it to be too exact in practice. I guess I falsely "remembered" that Erra had an au of 1.52, and that the au = the reincarnation quotient which seem, then, not to be the case. Presumably, then, Erra also has an au of 1.0 (approximately) and not 1.52, which would mean that the reincarnation factor is 1.52 times the planets au, and not that au = 1.52. That is likely where I falsely constructed the memory. Thank you.
    Re question 3 answer: So it MAY BE so. Thank you.
    Re question 4: Thank you.
    Thank you so much again for answering, Billy, and it's good news you are making progress with your shoulder.
    Salome,
    Chris Lock

  4. If my previous post was bit overwhelming on the math and length side, here is an easier to read summary of the points of note. The numbers 1-4 refer to the four questions asked of Billy above:

    A summary of the astronomical (and Creational?) number 152955347… Q&A to Billy Meier

    1. On au (astronomical unit): Presumably, in CR 228 v 123-125 Quetzal was giving Billy our scientists’ figure for our au. Alternatively, they accepted this as the accurate figure. Billy pointed out to them, however, in CR 246 that the accurate figure for our au is 152,955,347 km which is 1.0 au.

    2. The au and mean au figures: Earth’s au is 1.0. So, therefore, Erra has an au of just about 1.0. An au of one, interestingly, is 152,955,347 km, which makes me wonder if kilometres were a Plejaren impulse induced development on earth.
    I am including the paragraph on the au and mean au figures so anyone interested in researching pi can see if there is any relevance here with √Phi, which is within 1% of the mean of all the CR au mentioned in the letter.
    In CR 345 v 19 – 23 Ptaah says the three peaceful white, green, and blue human races live on a 1.48 au planet, and its nearby 1.51 au planet has primeval animal and plant life. Mars is 1.52 au, as was Malona which was where Mars is now before becoming the asteroid belt (We Came From the Stars, And Then From Mars pdf). Our scientists now say the habitable zone is 0.99 – 1.7 au, with a mean au of 1.34. CR au figures here range from 1.00 (Earth) — 1.52 au giving a mean of 1.26 which is within 1% of √Phi which is 1.27, making √Phi a possible au mean for the habitable zone where life arises, and human life-supporting physical matter emerges. CR examples, however, are too few to assume a universal mean au.

    Reincarnation coefficient: While we cannot be more precise with the reincarnation coefficient 1.52 it is curious how the number correlates very closely with 1.52955347. Perhaps this is a universal coefficient, but in practice in an organic universe, it is difficult for the figure to come out so precisely. It makes me wonder whether there is a mathematic harmony going on here at an underlying level.

    3. The 153 million km safe distance from planets and material when entering hyperspace with tachyon drive mentioned in CR 4 could plausibly be my suspected 152,599,347 km with a small plus for a safety factor, according to Billy. Alternatively, Semjase could just have been rounding up the figure.

    4. Creational times: Billy “does not know” whether there is a correlation between coefficient 152955347 and the Creational times of one minute being 1.512 trillion years, and a Creation hour being 60 times greater and a Creation second 60 times less. If they do correlate, it may be significant that 4/Phi squared = 152. Billy also “does not know” whether the 1.5 trillion years that Ptaah gave for the first solid material to come into existence, and also whether the “more than 150,000” au for the first material belt on the other side of Pluto mentioned in CR 228 v 123 relate to 152955347.

    NB. Pi researchers: Given that pi = 4/√Phi = 3.144605511029693144… it may be significant that 4/Phi2 = 1.52786404…, which correlates 99.9% to 1.52955347…. Note also that the CRs’ 1.26 mean au falls within 1% of √Phi .
    Finally, a few PhD mathematicians and scientists are busy shoveling egg on their faces as they try to delegitimize Phi as a ratio/coefficient. It is interesting to note that they are failing magnificently. You can gain some education together with entertainment at http://www.goldennumber.net/golden-ratio-myth/. Enjoy!

  5. Glad everybody is having fun with Pi and the Golden Ratio Phi. As you can read from the various authors above, it’s easy to see why a picture is worth a thousand words. Once you know the math proofs are correct, there are many correlations you will be able to discover about our Phi-based universe, including the five other universal constants besides Pi that I have show on my web site at http://www.measuringpisquaringphi.com . Have fun with all the math about Pi and Phi.

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