The Mathematics of the Great Pyramid


                                                                                                           Seventh Line

      Seven is one of the oddest of numbers. Although seven plays an important role in the phases of the moon, the process of mitosis, the musical scale, the spectrum of light, the periodic table of elements, and many other aspects of the material world, it has no compatible numerical relationships with the other primary polygons, and no solution has ever been found for its geometric construction using straight edge and compass alone.

      In spite of this incompatibility, seven has numbers most solid relationship with every other whole number, excepting for multiples of itself. This unique relationship lies in the repeating six digits, 142857, in its inverse ratio to One, that are found in the quotient of all whole numbers divided by seven. 22 divided by 7 (3.142857142 is the simplest fractional approximation of pi and has been used by many ancient cultures and also modern engineers in the field because of the simplicity of its fraction. The south side of the Great Pyramid was designed according to this number.        

      Sealing this inter-connectiveess of All, seven equal sized circles fit into a larger circle with all circumferences touching, the seventh circle resting comfortably in the center of the other six.                       

      The metaphysical implication of sevens inverse relationship to One turning up in seven’s relationship with every other number is as a reinforcement and extension of the concept embodied by Sixth Line, which shows that the created is identical to the Creator. Seventh Line points out that a human beings relationship to everyone and everything should be the same or a version of the same, as a humans relationship with One, God , All, because in an absolute sense, it is.