*phive*

to the power of point phive

times point phive

plus point phive

equals phi

to the power of point phive

times point phive

plus point phive

equals phi

*1 lix = 1.001006(153) feet*

The lix unit is base 10, and ever so slightly longer than a foot. Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

Rutherford, who brought a team of master surveyors to the Gizeh plateau in the fifties, measured every possible line

at least three different ways and settled on the height of the so called "king's", chamber at 19.199084 feet.

Had he rounded it to 19.2, all you will learn here, and so much more, would have become instantly transparent.

We didn't need to round it off.

19.2 lix is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, equals the width:

17.17300206 lix

The width is half the length and the ceiling diagonal is twice the height.

In 1980, Master Draftsman, Joseph E. Batter and i found the lix unit

within the planetary mean distances and verified by the speed of light.

When applied to the Great Pyramid, he uncovered, among many other things,

four codes within the "Hi Phive", (king's), chamber dimensions.

They are a Song of Joy to Number,

at the very foundation of "Earth Measure".

In 2008, while exploring the dimensions, i found a 5th code and a remarkable module, 73.728 lix.

It led to "Point Phive" (queen's), chamber geometry, Simpson's primitive inch, "unit dimension" code

and a wondrous construct i had no choice but to call the "brainelevator".

The lix unit is base 10, and ever so slightly longer than a foot. Been around longer too. That little difference is a big deal.

Rutherford, who brought a team of master surveyors to the Gizeh plateau in the fifties, measured every possible line

at least three different ways and settled on the height of the so called "king's", chamber at 19.199084 feet.

Had he rounded it to 19.2, all you will learn here, and so much more, would have become instantly transparent.

We didn't need to round it off.

19.2 lix is the height of the chamber.

Divided by the square root of 1.25, equals the width:

17.17300206 lix

The width is half the length and the ceiling diagonal is twice the height.

In 1980, Master Draftsman, Joseph E. Batter and i found the lix unit

within the planetary mean distances and verified by the speed of light.

When applied to the Great Pyramid, he uncovered, among many other things,

four codes within the "Hi Phive", (king's), chamber dimensions.

They are a Song of Joy to Number,

at the very foundation of "Earth Measure".

In 2008, while exploring the dimensions, i found a 5th code and a remarkable module, 73.728 lix.

It led to "Point Phive" (queen's), chamber geometry, Simpson's primitive inch, "unit dimension" code

and a wondrous construct i had no choice but to call the "brainelevator".

*the Numerical Source of Great Pyramid Chamber Dimensions*