
Post by Don Barone on May 23, 2020 11:56:45 GMT 5
Hi all I am going to present what I think is the solution to The Philosopher's Stone . A couple of clues led me to this analysis of this figure . The first was trying to incorporate The Sacred Code or Phi into the diagram and the second I am ashamed to say is that I kinda of cheated . I measured a nice clear image of this and by doing this realized that it was in the 6/5 ratio which I had encountered in many places in my studies . Here then is what could be the solution to The Philosopher's Stone The solution I finally came up with was the result of many dead ends and erroneous solutions . I am including them along with my final diagram which I think is correct



Post by Don Barone on May 23, 2020 12:56:31 GMT 5



Post by Don Barone on May 23, 2020 13:07:32 GMT 5
This then is my final solution . A more detailed study is in one of several binders I have of my research . When I come across it, and I will, I will post it . This is based on a 6/5 ratio as is the orbit of Mars,the ratio of Mercury's distance from the Sun and many other things . But the real key is that (5 x Pi) / 6 IS ALMOST EQUAL TO Phi squared or 2.618 The proof I think that The Pi world (or God) is never the same as The Phi World (or God)



Post by Don Barone on Jun 8, 2020 21:02:07 GMT 5
Okay I had a nice long lead in but it disappeared so I am just going to say the solving of it came as a direct result of my studies of The Wood Pentagram and the numbers found there . 6 = 1.618033989 4.850421 = 1.236 (✓5  1) 3.7082 = 1 3 = 0.809016 AND realizing that the key numbers were 6 and 5 So I am going to build it on a blank image I have. Step 1 The Diagram as it first appeared: Step 2 Realizing that the bottom square is in the ration of 6 to 5 Solving for the known geometric figures. The small square and triangle. All the measurements can be solved by simple trig. If in doubt ask The Strawman of Wizard of Oz fame. But the next little trick solves for Phi and reveals the hidden point that is behind his two hands That solves for Phi but there is more to find More to



Post by Don Barone on Jun 8, 2020 21:27:06 GMT 5
And then with the point where the top point of the compass is and compass distance set from that point scribe an arc and mark two points on the outer circle and then draw lines through the center and then join points



Post by Don Barone on Jun 8, 2020 21:40:27 GMT 5
And the final drawing . It was only after solving it that I noticed he had placed the clues to the solution on the bottom left of the drawing



Post by Don Barone on Jun 8, 2020 21:46:45 GMT 5
And my nice neat colorized version



Post by Don Barone on Jun 8, 2020 22:02:42 GMT 5
And here are the instructions. See if you can now build your own



Post by Don Barone on Jun 9, 2020 11:38:45 GMT 5
Okay in the immortal words of Tom Hanks ... "Houston we have a problem" After posting the last picture I went back and tried to build it as per the instructions . Drawing a circle and then the enclosing square of course was no problem but for the life of me I couldn't then and still can't now solve the dilemma of drawing the triangle . Only if you know it is in the 6/5 ratio can you solve it . I tried drawing just a random square and had no clue as to where to start the triangle . So here then is a clear picture of how it is solved but I still don't know how to establish the 6 distance The image There was no way I could draw the compass angle at 45° and make it cross the 6.78 circle so that the chord made by the top arm of the compass equalled 6.78



Post by Don Barone on Jun 9, 2020 14:20:17 GMT 5
Well as Rex Harrison once said to My Fair Lady ... "By George I think he's got it" The breakthrough came when I realized that you can not get 6 exactly in this diagram . The logical conclusion had to be ... that it was not 6 . But what was it ? Have a look at this diagram and realize that I measured nothing ! I simply drew a circle and then a square and used what was available to come up with this proper and final proof of the cracking of The Philosopher's Stone. The final proof for me was when I took the chord of the crossing compass and it divided the circle in precisely 6 equal chords . Enjoy and feel free to share everywhere all I ask is that you give me credit, after all even "genius'" need their ego stroked 😎 The Final Drawing: Amen



Post by Don Barone on Jun 11, 2020 13:19:00 GMT 5
Spoiler alert !!! I have been thinking it was unfair to post that image so I am going to build it from scratch and using 5 as a random number chosen to supply numbers so you can see what's happening . I want to restate that I drew a random circle and then simply squared and here then is steps 1 and 2 (draw a circle then the square) Okay the next step is the tricky one. It says draw the triangle but gives no clue how and how big it is . I scaled the diagram and assumed it was 6 but it wasn't . Here is the trick . The diagonal of the quarter of the enclosing square yields ✓2 x 1/2 of half the square . I will use 5 because it is so much easier . Half 5 is 2.5 and the diagonal is ✓2.5 squared then times 2 or ✓12.5 or 3.53554 We then from the top right corner of the square and with radius of the diameter of the circle scribe an arc to cross the diagonal as shown in the next image and label "c'. Remember I am only assigning a number value to show you. This will work on any size circle and enclosing square Step 3



Post by Don Barone on Jun 11, 2020 13:31:14 GMT 5
Now with the center of our square and circle labelled "a" with distance ac draw a circle. Mark at 90° and call it "d" . Join this point and the top left and right of our square and extend down to extended base of square . Thus we have created the triangle of height of 3.53554 + 5 to get 8.53554 BUT we are measuring from the top of the square so we subtract 2.5 and we get ... 6.035533906 and NOT 6



Post by Don Barone on Jun 11, 2020 14:26:00 GMT 5
Now in this next image we are going to find our Phi Ratio to our diameter and base of the square and we do this by joining d to f and extending it. We then with radius fe we scribe an arc to hit projection of df at h . Distance dh is ✓31.25 + 2.5 and equals 8.090169944 Note: 8.09169944 / 5 = 1.618034988 or Phi. We then with radius dh we draw the circle and also draw circle with radius 5 while erasing unneeded circle of 8.53554 With radius dg draw another circle Then from point "c" draw a circle of radius 2.5 to scribe extension of line ac at j . With radius now aj scribe an arc and mark point k on the center vertical . Now final circle with radius dk is drawn to get this image



Post by Don Barone on Jun 11, 2020 14:40:18 GMT 5
Label point where 8.09 line crosses vertical as n Join points m and n and where they cross 8.09 line label these p and q Join d to p dp now equals dq AND most importantly they also equal pq dp = dq = pq Philosopher's Stone or at least this version solved. Of special note: in diagram the left hand is on point q and point m is hidden by his arms This then is the final completed solution

