Cone & Square formation is the essence of the Seal of
practical fields might this blueprint relate to?
Why was the Cone & Square design chosen above others, and repeated at Nasca? It would seem that to earn such honor, it must be very special.
I had used compasses to
triangle into a 5-pointed
star, utilizing the blue circle from diag. 19 below.
One of the star's corners falls into the center of the Square!
The Pyrostar, and the Square's minor Golden Rectangle
Golden Rectangle (actually white in
the diagram) has the length
of the Square's diagonal, and the height of the Golden
It is safe to say
that it fits the engraving beautifully, see the second diagram
The big circle in the diagram below divides the horizontal diagonal in the Phi ratio, and gets us the radius of the Golden Circle, It is centered at the 3/4 point of the square's horizontal diagonal, and passes through two corners of the square.
segment 00 - R / seg. G - 00 = seg. G - 00 / seg. L - G = 1.6180339887.. = PhiThe torso's width is well contained within the band of the Golden Rectangle's width (the height of the Golden circle). This is clearly visible.
we can see a strong indication by the engravers of the Golden
Section in process within the Square.
The big circle is one of the four such possible circles (one for each quadrant), and it definitely fits the engraving, in at least 12-points. We refer to it as the 12-point circle.
Concentrical with the 12-point circle, is the small brown circle in the diagram below. Its diameter forms the Golden ratio with the diameter of the Golden circle itself, as seen from the star in the diagram above. Like the 12-point circle, this small circle also fits the image neatly.
The Square's major Golden Rectangle
This is the Golden Rectangle, whose height equals the diagonal of the Square.
we want to see the Golden
circle with an inscribed
5-pointed star, which is centered in the left hand corner of
the Main Square, because
it falls over the head. Please note:
* The engraved lines fanning out from the forehead coincide with the star.
* An arm of the same star also limits the chin.
* The same line, including the star's lower right tip, merges with an engraved line.
* The base of the star's pentagon limits the width of the head from below.
And, there are still more ways, in which the star inscribed within the Golden circle fits the engraving! The reader can verify this fact independently.
There is another
on how the head of the engraving's human figure correlates
with the Golden Sectin in
as well as the Golden circle.
stars Like the Pyrostar,
the K-x stars exist within the context
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