
Re: Ariadne's thread
Posted:
Jan 24, 2013 4:09 AM


Sechin Bajo 2 again, apologizing for my blunder, world formula of early Peru (Chakana)
Here you are with my adequate explanation of the modified inner sanctuary of Sechin Bajo 2, unlike the blunder from yesterday 3 by 3 Sipan snakes, 135 by 135 knots, knot 7.6 cm or a little more, corresponding to the ancient measure of the palm
11 113 11 by 11 113 11 knots or palms
radius of rounded corners 11 knots or palms
perhiphery 26 condors or 520 knots
ideally 1 condor or 26 knots or palms for niche and wall or niche and passage
The knot of a shorter calendar string would have measured 1.9 cm or a little more, ancient measure of the finger(breadth). Here again the numbers of knots, you may then calculate the lengths of the measuring and calendar strings yourself
condor 26 jaguar 30 Zarpan spider 36 Sipan spider 45 snake 137 (sum of 26 30 36 45)
Now let us insert the missing part of the Chakana or Andean cross, the circle in the center.
Square of the Chakana side 28 condors 12 snakes 28 condors diagonal 32 snakes 32 snakes minus 1 day being 12 years
added rectangles
long side 12 snakes diagonal 40 Sipan spiders
circle in the center
diameter 31 Sipan spiders circumference 12 years
12 years would have been the sacred period of time, counted as follows
32 snake strings minus 1 knot
365 365 366 365 365 365 366 365 365 365 366 365 days
182 812 182 182 182 182 182 182 5 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 5 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 5 days
1461 1461 1461 days or 4383 days
The inner sanctuary of Sechin Bajo 2 contains the circle of the corner, radius 11 diameter 22 circumference 69 knots or palms, and an imaginary circle in the central square 113 by 113 knots or palms, circumference 355 knots or palms, while the circle in the center of the Chakana has a diameter of 1395 knots or fingers and a circumference of 4383 knots or fingers. How are these numbers obtained?
Pi is less than 4/1 but a little more than 3/1. Begin with 4/1 and add repeatedly 3 to 4, and 1 to 1
4/1 (plus 3/1) 7/2 10/3 13/4 16/5 19/6 22/7
Begin with 3/1 and add repeatedly 22/7
3/1 (plus 22/7) 25/8 ... 69/22 ... 355/113 ...
Begin with 3/1 in the form of 27/9 and add repeatedly 22n / 7n, n being a factor of 198 (1 2 3 6 9 11 18 22 33 66 99 198)
27/9 (plus 22/7) 49/16 ... 4383 / 1395 27/9 (plus 44/14) 71/23 ... 4383 / 1395 27/9 (plus 66/21) 93/30 ... 4383 / 1395
and so on
Simple but clever methods like this were discovered independently in various parts of the world. They provide many values. One can then choose the one that comes handy in a given calculation (another way of dealing with irrationals, but no less valid).
The Chakana may have been the world formula of early Peru, surviving in the emblem we know as Andean cross.

