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Thursday, 17 November 2016

A Minoan Geometry for Bisecting and Trisecting the Right Angle

A Minoan Geometry for Bisecting and Trisecting the Right Angle

 https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2754536


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The faces of the Roman Emperors



The Appearance of Roman Emperors Rendered by a Face Detection Software

The Vesica Piscis of Sacred Geometry


The Vesica Piscis of Sacred Geometry


Here in the image the "Vesica Piscis" in the Bernini's Ovato of Saint Peter's Square

More in the articles:
A Mathematical Study of a Symbol: The Vesica Piscis of Sacred Geometry
Light and Shadows in Bernini's Oval of Saint Peter's Square

Flower of Life in the Mycenaean Geometry



The geometric decoration of some Mycenaean artifacts have a remarkable six-fold symmetry, probably suggested by the observation of the natural form of the honeycomb of beehives. Here a decoration of a gold roundel, made by means of a compass, that looks like the Flower of Life of sacred geometry.


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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

A possible role of Alpha Crucis in the astronomical landscape of Silbury Hill

Article http://www.philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=872 is discussing a  possible link between the construction of Silbury Hill, the prehistoric artificial mound near Avebury, and the observation of Alpha Crucis, the main star of the Crux constellation, which was slowly disappearing from the local sky due to the precession of the Earth’s axis.