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The Theoretical Interpretation of Spacetime
The Distance of the Planets
from the Sun
And Their Atmospheric Composition
Charles William Johnson
Generally, the astronomical unit (AU) is measured as
of the distance of the Earth from the Sun, which is often given as 92955800
miles (to greater or lesser accuracy in the average). An even more intriguing
number, 959.62 is offered by some sources as a measurement "at
unit distance", which suggests a similarity with the Nineveh number, 1959552/fractal.
The aspect that we shall treat in this extract, however,
concerns the use of Earth as always representing the unit one (1.0) on
the scale of distances, since it has been taken to be the astronomical
unit (AU) employed in astronomy today. When the Earth's distance from
the Sun is taken as the unit one, then all of the other planets are measured
in terms of a ratio of that particular number. In doing so, an apparent
relationship of proportion is obtained. However, one might consider the
selection of the distance of the Earth, the third planet in our solar
system from the Sun, as representing an arbitrary choice.
From the perspective of ourselves, as human beings living
on planet Earth, the choice would by no means appear to be arbitrary.
But, from the perspective of the behavior of matter and energy, one might
make a case for the choice of selection being better exercised by utilizing
the planet Mercury as the unit one, given the fact that it is the closest
planet to the Sun in our solar system.
The corresponding numbers for the proportional representation,
utilizing the planet Earth as the unit one for measurement, are given
below:
We have employed the numbers rounded off that are generally
cited in textbooks and almanacs. From the previous table, generally the
break is shown to exist between Saturn and Uranus. One set of precise
numbers is given in the brackets, but these would vary as the interpretations
of the mean distances vary themselves. Ultimately, one would choose numbers
and then make the necessary adjustments depending upon the set of numbers
chosen.
Another alternative set of numbers, brought to my attention
by Mr. Jim Branson would produce the following modifications in the numbers:
These numbers would produce distinct relationships, but
all within the mean distances. For example, the numbers would produce
a range relating to Venus' orbital timing.
1.846153846 halves down to .057692308 [maya
long count fractal]
1.868594626 halves down to .0058393582
Nevertheless, the range of numbers is what interests
us as of the planet Mercury being identified as the unit one for the measurement.
With such a set of numbers, a sense of proportion is
offered, with the defining unit of measurement falling within the extremes
of the planets revolving around the Sun, falling upon the third planet
within the system, the Earth [1.0]. However, on the other hand, we shall
utilize the planet Mercury as the unit one, whose mean distance
from the Sun is cited as 36,000,000 miles, for the astronomical
unit in this case. Therefore, a distinct sense of proportion obtains and
the numbers appear to make more sense in computations regarding the orbital
times. Furthermore, one cannot help but notice the direct relationship
that the figure 36,000,000 holds for the ancient reckoning system and
the maya long count (360c) nor, for the ancient kemi calendrical count
(360c). One might even suspect that the ancients employed this particular
distance given the nature of the ancient reckoning system itself.
The numbers/fractals may vary, depending upon the measurements
taken for the system. For example, if we take the 92955800 miles often
given for the Earth measurement, then, in relation to the 36,000,000 miles
cited for Mercury, all of the the ratios shall change.
92955800 / 36000000 = 2.582105556
The problem in the computations comes regarding the mean
distances and their averages, given the fact that we are not dealing with
perfect circles in the planets' orbits. But, we shall understand that
as the numbers selected change, the ratios change and adjustments must
be made. For our purposes, we shall employ some of the numbers commonly
offered in textbooks on astronomy. The 93000000 miles figure often cited
would also produce a distinct ratio: 93000000 / 36000000 = 2.58333333.
The significant point to understand in this brief extract concerns the
use of the distance of Mercury from the Sun as the astronomical unit
(AU) 36,000,000 miles, and not the 93,000,000 miles commonly employed.
It is this selective choice that shall determine the patterns discerned
below.
Let us offer the numbers as of the system of measurement
utilizing the planet Mercury as the unit one (1.0). The corresponding
numbers for the ratios would then be:
Now, a sense of proportion becomes even more definite
and comprehensible. The system now stretches from 1.0 to 101.333,
almost a perfect 1 – 100 system of proportion; something that mentally,
we can easily grasp.
Initially, we may also observe a cutoff point within
the progression, whereby a significant jump appears between Mars and Jupiter:
This jump in distance suggests a midpoint between the two planets, and
also suggests a pattern. This particular pattern, as we shall observe,
also appears to follow the atmospheric composition of the different planets,
as we shall discuss below.
It were as though two distinct progressions appear within the pattern:
a) 1.0 to 3.8974358
b) 13.333 to 101.333
Now, let us review the atmospheric composition of the planets:
Mercury:
Major: 42% Oxygen (O2); 29% Sodium (Na); 22% Hydrogen (H2); 6% Helium
(He); 0.5% Potassium (K); Minor: possible trace amounts of Argon (Ar),
Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Water (H2O), Nitrogen (N2), Xenon (Xe), Krypton
(Kr), Neon (Ne).
Venus:
Major: 96.5% Carbon Dioxide (CO2); 3.5% Nitrogen (N2); Minor (ppm):
Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)  150; Argon (Ar)  70; Water (H2O); Carbon Monoxide
(CO)  17; Helium (He)  12; Neon (Ne)  7.
Earth:
Major: 78.084% Nitrogen (N); 20.946% Oxygen (O2); Minor (ppm): Argon
(Ar)  9340; Carbon Dioxide (CO2)  350; Neon (Ne)  18.18; Helium (He)
 5.24; CH4  1.7; Krypton (Kr)  1.14; Hydrogen (H2)  0.55.
Mars:
Major: Carbon Dioxide (CO2)  95.32%; Nitrogen (N2)  2.7%; Argon (Ar)
 1.6%; Oxygen (O2)  0.13%; Carbon Monoxide (CO)  0.08% Minor (ppm):
Water (H2O)  210; Nitrogen Oxide (NO)  100; Neon (Ne)  2.5; HydrogenDeuteriumOxygen
(HDO)  0.85; Krypton (Kr)  0.3); Xenon (Xe)  0.08.
Jupiter:
Major: Molecular hydrogen (H2)  89.8% (2.0%); Helium (He)  10.2%
(2.0%) Minor (ppm): Methane (CH4)  3000 (1000); Ammonia (NH2)  260 (40);
Hydrogen Deuteride (HD)  28 (10); Ethane (C2H6)  5.8 (1.5) (uncertainty
in parentheses)
Saturn:
Major: Molecular hydrogen (H2)  96.3% (2.4%); Helium (He)  3.25%
(2.4%); Minor (ppm): Methane (CH4)  4500 (2000); Ammonia (NH3)  125
(75); Hydrogen Deuteride (HD)  110 (58); Ethane (C2H6)  7 (1.5) (uncertainty
in parentheses)
Uranus:
Major: Molecular hydrogen (H2)  82.5% (3.3%); Helium (He)  15.2%
(3.3%) Minor (ppm): Hydrogen Deuteride (HD)  ~148
Neptune:
Major: Molecular hydrogen (H2)  80.0% (3.2%); Helium (He)  19.0%
(3.2%); Minor (ppm): Hydrogen Deuteride (HD)  ~192; Ethane (C2H6)  ~1.5
(uncertainty in parentheses)
Pluto:
Methane (CH4); Nitrogen (N2)
Correlation Between Distance of Planets from the Sun
and
Major Elements of Atmospheric Composition
With this illustration, it is now possible to view the
two distinct progressions and their corresponding atmospheric compositions
for each planet.
The use of the unit one for Mercury on the scale also
allows for many other observations regarding the ancient reckoning system.
The ancient kemi system is based upon the 108c,
and one could even suspect a relationship with the previous system of
notation. Consider, for example, the 108c in relation to Venus' synodic
measurement, that is often cited in the historical record.
108 / 585 = .184615385
This fractal expression reflects exactly the proportional
relationship regarding the distance of Mercury and Venus (1.846153846),
as we have seen above.
Furthermore, the 1846153(846153) number/fractal doubles
to an historically significant number/fractal:
1.846153846 


7.384615384 

14.76923077 

29.53846154 

59.07692307 

... 

7561.846153 
[Note: the baseline 756c of the Great Pyramid] 
Note how the 576c fractal occurs with the 1846153 factor.
Hence, 7561.846153 / 1.846153846 
= 
4096 



2048 



1024 



512 



256 
[Note: constant number series] 
The constant number series cuts off the 756c at a very
interesting level: thirteen (13).
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096,
is the thirteenth number on the series. The significance of the number
thirteen in the ancient reckoning system has been discussed extensively
in the Earth/matriX essays.
From the aforementioned, one cannot only utilize, then,
the ancient reckoning numbers/fractals for computations of orbital times
of the planets, but also for distances.
The fractal number that corresponds to the planet Earth,
2.56410256 is suggestive of the ancient 1001c number/fractal,
which produces mirrored numbers.
1001 x 256 = 256256
1000001 x 256 = 256000256
[  256410256 = 410000]
By utilizing the planet Mercury as the unit one for the
proportional relationship of the system of planets, then, the planet Venus
reflects a numerical expression that is to be found in the ancient reckoning
system (1.846153846). Furthermore, the planet Earth, on this same scale,
now occupies a numerical expression that reflects the concept of a constant
number series (256c).
From this perspective, were the planet Earth to be employed
as an evennumbered constant series, then the relationship with Venus
would vary theoretically. If Earth were actually the 2.56c constant number
series, then Venus would represent the numerical expression of 1.8432,
which forms part of the maya long count.
2.56 x .72 = 
1.8432 

.9216 

.4608 

.2304 

.1152 

.576 

.288 

.144 

.36 
In other words, in this theoretical system, Mercury represents
the unit one (1.0); Venus represents the maya long count (1.8432);
and Earth represents the constant number series (2.56c). This specific
relationship reflects the very nature of the workings of the maya long
count itself.
The entire, theoretically ideal system would be as follows:
Far too many relationships exist between the actual and
the theoretically ideal numbers, in relation to the ancient reckoning
system, to draw attention to them in this short extract. But, just a few
may be cited:
By utilizing the numbers/fractals between the actual
system (where Mercury is taken as unit one), and the theoretically ideal
system (where Earth is 2.56c), one is able to make adjustments in the
computations. These adjustments reveal direct relationships with the ancient
reckoning system. The ease with which one flows from computing distance
and time for the planets, leads one to believe that the ancient reckoning
system may have done just that. The ancients may have been computing not
only time, but as we have frequently suggested, they may have been computing
distance as well.
And, it should be stated, that if they did not do so,
well, at the very least, their reckoning system could have done such computations
without any problem.
Consider:
And, the most obvious relationship between Earth and Venus is:
2.56410256 / 1.846153846 = 1.388888889
and, we know what this particular number is capable of
doing, for example, regarding the maya companion numbers:
1385540 / 1366560 = 1388888889
In this expression, we may be witnessing a symbolic expression
of the planet Earth (1385540) and the planet Venus (1366560), given the
proportional relationship of the numbers and their corresponding relationship
to the distance of these planets from the Sun.
This may explain why the maya companion number 1385540
relates to the 365c of Earth, but not to the 360c, which may represent
Venus.
1385540 / 365 = 3796 [Note double the calendar round fractal,
18980c]
but,
1385540 / 360 = 3848.7222222 [An
unpleasant fraction]
1366560 / 365 = 3744
1366560 / 360 = 3796
Then, note, however:
3848.7222222 / 2 
= 
1924.3611 



962.18055 



481.090275 
[Note the height of the Great Pyramid is computed
to be 481.5 feet] 
The patterns become obvious:
Now, consider, the proportion as of the measurement of miles in distance:
36 / 3675 
= 
.009795918 


.019591837 
Mercury 36 / .01959552 
= 
1837.154615 Pluto 
Mercury 36 / .00979776 
= 
3674.30923 Pluto 
In this sense, one could imagine the Nineveh number/fractal
serving as a factor for the entire solar system of planetary bodies. One
cannot but suspect an underlying relationship of the 1959552 Nineveh number/fractal.
Now, if the entire system from Mercury to Pluto represents
the Nineveh number/fractal of 1959552, then we may know the relationship
to the apparent break between Mars and Jupiter. Consider the following:
Observations:
The Astronomical Unit: 36,000,000 miles
No matter where one looks, significant numbers appear
when a system of computations follows the numbers and fractals of the
ancient reckoning system. We have seen how the pattern of the distance
of the planets, when based on the planet Mercury as the unit one, reflects
a similarity with the pattern established by the atmospheric composition
of the planets. The astronomical unit (AU) based upon the mean distance
of the planet Mercury from the Sun reflects approximately 36,000,000
miles, a number/fractal that is directly relevant to the ancient reckoning
system. The two internal progressions of the pattern established by the
distances of the planets from the Sun, reflect a similar division with
regard to the elements that make up the atmospheric composition of the
planets.
***
... Charles William Johnson postulates the
existence of such a pattern in “The Distance of the Planets from the Sun and their Atmospheric Com position.” The conjecture hinges upon the inclusion of Ceres as a dwarf planet. ... earthmatrix. ... html. [8] R. Johnson, Miller & Freund's ...
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prohibited. 13 September 2000
The 345 perfect right triangle reflects an angle of
36 degrees 52 minutes
This calls to mind the 360c daycount and the 52c yearcount of
the ancient Mesoamerican peoples.
cwj

