# Earth

#### Our Earth. 7,920 miles in diameter or Sum of the first 10 cubes multiplied by Phi Square 3,025 X 1.618033989 X 1.618033989 = 7,919.52816…Important to note: 7,919 is number 1,000 in the list of prime numbers

Earth’s diameter  can also be determined by the last two single digit numbers, multiplied by the first two double-digit numbers.
8 X 9 X 10 X 11 = 7,920
Square root of 7,920 being 88.99…
[89.0 is number 24 in the list of prime numbers]
88 X 99 = 8,712 (Which is 110% of 7,920)
Back to 88.99:
Multiply the two whole numbers (8s) left of the decimal times the two numbers (9s) right of the decimal.
Like this: 8 X 8 X 0.9 X 0.9 = 51.84 or
(88.99) 80 X 8 X .9 X .09 = 51.84

51.84 being the same degree of inclination of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. The Great Pyramid being a calculator of among many wonderful ratios, but in this case, the Earth appearing to be a determiner of how to square the circle by calculating 51.84 with a simplistic method.

1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 = 2.48832
You should recognize 2.48832 as a decimal equivalent of the Earth circumference in Imperial Miles: 24,883.2 based on a 7,920 diameter.

51.84 being 51 Degrees and 50.40 Minutes
(A decimal equivalent of 5,040 from combining the Earth and Moon radii)
Converting 51.84 even further:
51 degrees     50 minutes     24 seconds

Interestingly,  10! being 3,628,800 divided by 51.84 = 70,000
This could be a cycle of volcanic activity that almost wiped out the human race almost 70,000 year ago. Read more about that Here

One can also  divide the Earth and Moon combined diameters (10,080) into 3,628,800 to arrive at 360.
The product of 10! divided by 10,080 = 360

51.84 X 480 feet (height of G.P. with pyramidion) = 24,883.2
24,883.2 that being the equatorial circumference of a sphere
with a diameter of 7,920.5 miles. Suggesting the Earth.

51.84 X 455.5 feet (height of G.P. without pyramidion) = 23,613.12, equatorial circumference for a sphere with a diameter of 7,516 miles.
Strongly suggests the Earth’s sister planet VENUS.

More to come.