1.18.2018 10:26 PM EDT

I have never quite understood the Nineveh Constant and the accurate relationship to our solar systems planetary orbits periods, however the constant does have some other fascinating connections:

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

Due 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 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 an impressive 5,000.14

Moving outside of Mars:
Have their ever been any discussions regarding Saturn and the Nineveh Constant?
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.
Maybe the Nineveh Constant is supposed to be a known value and representation of Saturn. I still believe the ancients knew many, many things..


Here are some orbital distances, radii, diameters, and even orbital volumes, with some unique relationships to other known volumes.

Let’s start with this one:
The volume of a sphere with a radius of 95,040,000 miles.

Next, the volume of a sphere with a 237,600 mile radius:

Now, divide 3,595,902,371,976,930,000,000,000 by 56,185,974,562,139,600 to get:
3,595,902,371,976,930,000,000,000 ÷ 56,185,974,562,139,600 = 64,000,000

Volume of an Earth Orbit sphere ÷  Volume of a Moon Orbit sphere = 400^3
(400 x 400 x 400 = 64,000,000)

Neat-O!  More than just a coincidence!
It was known that the Moon to Earth distance was 1/400th of the Earth to Sun:
95,040,000 ÷ 400 = 237,600

Let’s divide the key to the cubits of the Great Pyramid by 40:
113.0973355 ÷ 40 = 2.827433388
Divide PI by 2.827433388 and ..
3.14159265358979.. ÷ 2.827433388 = 1.111111111
Remember: 113.0973355 is also 36π, so:
40 ÷ 36 will also give you = 1.111111111

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