# Nineveh Constant

## 195,955,200,000,000 (N.C.)

I  believe the following image to be representative
of the simplest explanation of calculating the constant in it’s entirety,
remaining loyal to my number “10” theory. (10 factorial))
10-factorial X Earth X Moon

Another method to get to a decimal equivalent of the full Nineveh Constant that is intricately connected to the Great Pyramid of GIZA:
Degrees of Inclination (51.84) X Half of G.P. base in imperial feet (378) = 19,595.52
51.84 X 378 X (10^(10)) for the entire constant.

Yet another method:
Multiply the 12th through the 20 decimal digits of PI:
9 x 7 x 9 x 3 x 2 x 3 x 8 x 4 x 6 = 1,959,552 .
While the constant is still remains a very mysterious number, calculations resulting in the constant, and decimal equivalents of it, occur distinctly in simple and fascinating methods.

A closer look at SATURN:
If 72,064.1701866585 is used for the diameter of Saturn (in imperial miles) then the volume of Saturn is  exactly 195,955,200,000,000 cubic miles. Saturn, and/or, the Nineveh Constant. This is a remarkable coincidence!

Some theories suggest the Nineveh Constant has an accurate correlation to our solar systems planetary orbital periods and also the great processional cycle.  Some recent work that I have been exploring suggests the constant also has a strong correlation to  volumes (in cubic miles) of the Earth and our planetary neighbors.

Axial Diameter of Earth, (7,912) Volume of sphere with that diameter is: 259,195,165,680.57 Cubic Miles
Divide that into the N.C. and get an impressive 756.01

Do the same for VENUS (7,520) and get 222,665,095,900.95 Cubic Miles,
Divide that into the Nineveh Constant and get: 880.04

(You should recognize 756 and 880 as specific numbers relating to the great pyramid.)

Using 4,214 for Mars, and get a cubic mile volume of 39,189,973,223.66
Divide that into the N.C. for a large, round  number of: 5,000.14.

Using 3021.167821 for Mercury, and get a cubic mile volume of 14,438,536,437.30
Divide that into the N.C. for a large number of: 13,571.68026.
Hmmm?
Divide 13,571.68026 by 2 and get: 6,785.840132.
Still wondering the significance?
Divide 6,785.840132 by π and then you have: 6,785.840132 / 3.1415926534 = 2,160.
2,160 being our Moon in imperial miles.
So, 13,571.68026 being 2 Moon circumferences.

As for the first four planets closest to the Sun:
Volume of the first four planets divided into 195,955,200,000,000 = 365. Well, 365.16.
Total Sums of:
Earth (7,920) 260,120,252,602.50
VENUS (7,520) 222,665,095,900.95
Mercury (3,024) 14,493,549,539.03
and Mars (4,220) 39,349,206,157.24
= 536,628,104,199.71
536,628,104,199.71 Divided into 195,955,200,000,000 = 365.16
(Close to days in one Earth year)

A closer look at SATURN:
If 72,064.1701866585 is used for the diameter of Saturn (miles) then the volume of Saturn is  exactly 195,955,200,000,000 cubic miles.
Saturn, and/or, the Nineveh Constant.

Saturn Volume (N.C.) Divided by Earth Volume = 756.01
(Length of Great Pyramid in feet)
Saturn Volume (N.C.) Divided by VENUS Volume = 880.04
(Half of G.P. Base in Cubits)
Saturn orbital period 29.5 Earth years and Our Moon Full Moon to Full Moon 29.5 days.
Experts in Babylonian astronomy suggest that the Sumerian god Anu, first in the line of gods and kings was not only associated with Saturn, but was indeed Saturn itself.

A closer look at the SUN:
When 864,770.04223988 miles is used for the Sun Diameter, the volume is: 338,610,585,599,973,000. cubic miles. Divide the Nineveh Constant into this and you get: 1,728. Also calculated from: 12 X 12 X 12.

A closer look at URANUS AND NEPTUNE
When 31,475 is used for URANUS diameter in miles, the volume becomes 16,326,603,230,743.40 cubic miles.
Divide this into the Nineveh Constant at you get a round 12.00

When 30,645 is used for NEPTUNE diameter in miles, the volume becomes
15,068,759,425,580.70 cubic miles.
Divide this into the Nineveh Constant at you get a round 13.00

Maybe the Nineveh Constant was intended to be a known value and representation of Saturn.