**Global
and
astronomical
alignment of Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid, Bethlehem, the Crucifixion
and the
Crucifixion moonrise.**

At
Stonehenge on the day of the
Crucifixion the moonrise azimuth and the great circle route to the site
of the
Crucifixion formed the Christ Angle, the Christ Angle is the angle of
the Great
Pyramid’s sloping passages. One diagonal of Stonehenge’s Station Stone
Rectangle is on the azimuth of a great circle that passes through the
Great
Pyramid, so the 9123.84
inch perimeter Station Stone Rectangle is connected to the
Great Pyramid’s 9123.84
inch x 9123.84
inch full design base by a 9123.84
megalithic mile circumference great circle of the earth. A rhumb line
from the
Pyramid to Bethlehem forms the Christ Angle with the Pyramid’s latitude
(the
world’s longest land parallel) and the distance on a great circle route
equals
one Pyramid furlong for every year counting from the Pyramid’s datum
year to
the birth of Jesus. We need a 31680 foot bridge to join Bethlehem to
Jerusalem
and complete a circuit with Stonehenge, the bridge is the life of the
Lord
Jesus Christ from his birthplace to the Crucifixion (31680 feet) on the
feast
day of Passover, the rituals of Passover prophesied of the Crucifixion.
The
extra line of the circuit points to the Passover moonrise on the day of
the
Crucifixion which was appropriately eclipsed this can only occur on a
full moon
and the feast day of Passover was always held on a full moon.
Stonehenge’s
Outer Bank has a 380.16
feet diameter
symbolizing the moon’s 3801600
yard diameter
and the 31680 feet from Bethlehem to Jerusalem = 380160
inches and also symbolizes the Passover Moon’s diameter,
and 380160 yards
is the diameter of the 1/10th scale
model great circle of the moon around the Great Pyramid.

Great
crowds gather at Stonehenge
on the day of the summer solstice (midsummer’s day) when on this
latitude the
azimuths of the sunrise and the moonrise form right angles and the
sides of the
Station Stone Rectangle are aligned to them, this astronomical event is
incorporated into Stonehenge’s design and dictates on which parallel
the
monument had to be built. The monuments exact position on this parallel
is
dictated by the great circle route to the Great Pyramid described above
which
is aligned to one diagonal of the Station Stone Rectangle, so the
global
position of Stonehenge is dictated by a combination of astronomical
design and
the global position of the Pyramid. Also Stonehenge’s global position
is fixed
to the Passover moonrise on the day of the Crucifixion in combination
with the
global position of the Crucifixion site, the moonrise azimuth and the
great
circle route to the Crucifixion site formed the Christ Angle (Pyramid
passage
angle) at Stonehenge. The Christ Angle was formed by aligning the
Pyramid’s
entrance passage to what was then the pole star, so the Christ Angle is
a
product the global position of the Great Pyramid and the global
position of the
Pyramid is fixed to a lot of important things like the centre of the
world’s
land and the pivot point of the Nile Delta Quadrant to name just two
things.

2139
years
before Jesus was born
the star Alcyone in the Pleiades aligned with the scored lines in the
Pyramid’s
entrance passage it marked the datum year of the Pyramid’s internal
prophetic
design which is on the scale of 1 Pyramid inch to a year measured from
the
Scored Lines on the floor line of the passages. Measuring back from the
Scored
Lines to the entrance informs us of the year when construction of the
Pyramid
commenced, if we measure in from the scored lines a distance of 2139 Pyramid
inches the internal design indicates the year of Jesus’ birth, the
distance
from the Pyramid to Bethlehem is 2139 Pyramid
furlongs on a great circle and
a rhumb line from the Pyramid to Bethlehem forms the Christ Angle with
the Pyramid’s
parallel, so adding 1 year per Pyramid furlong from the Pyramid and its
datum
year we reach Bethlehem on the date Jesus was born.

Stonehenge’s
Outer Bank has
a diameter of 0.0792 Roman miles and a circumference of 0.248832 Roman
miles
and a square placed tangent around the Outer Bank records the equator’s
rotation speed per second which was 0.3168 Roman miles, these details
symbolize
that the earth’s 7920 mile diameter x 864/275 = 24883.2 miles
circumference and
a square fitted tangent around the earth has a 31680 mile perimeter. We
have
placed Stonehenge’s Outer Bank on the Pyramid’s half way level because
it fits
perfectly (and for other reasons). The 3168 Roman feet perimeter base
forms a
31.68 fathom wide frame = 3168 Roman digits around the 0.3168 Roman
mile
perimeter = 316.8 Roman paces half way level, the frame is divided into
four
polygons, each polygon is 2.48832 acres and has a 0.3168 Roman mile
perimeter
which records the equatorial rotation speed per second and also
symbolizes a
31680 mile perimeter square around the earth’s 24883.2 mile
circumference. The
half way level is divided into four 9123.84 inch (= 3168 Roman palms)
perimeter
squares, this refers to the 9123.84 megalithic miles in the earth’s
circumference with a 31680 mile perimeter square fitted tangent around
the
earth.

**Ancient
units of Roman
linear measures used in this investigation**

A
Roman foot = 12 Roman
inches and/or 16 Roman digits; the Roman palm was 3 Roman inches; 5
Roman feet
= 1 Roman pace; 1000 Roman paces = 1 Roman mile; 5000 Roman feet = 1
Roman
mile; the Roman league was 1.5 Roman miles. All these details are
fairly well
agreed upon though some people assume the Roman league was 3 Roman
miles which
is understandable because there were many versions of a league used in
different countries in Europe and they usually represented three of the
nations
miles. There was also different versions of the Roman mile and foot
etc. used
throughout history and we use the Roman mile of 1600 British yards
defined by
Noah Webster, although there is confusion these days about the length
of the
Roman mile this confusion did not exist when Noah Webster did his
research or he
would have mentioned it.

**Stonehenge,
the Great Pyramid and the Mount Kilimanjaro regional design.**

The centre of the
outer square (below) is on Mount
Kilimanjaro and it is the smallest square in that alignment that can
contain
the regional design, 3168 x 31680 inches produces 1584 miles which is
one side
of the square and its perimeter is 3168000 reeds = 6336 miles. The
outer square
forms a 3168 furlong wide border around the 3168 mile perimeter square
around
Mount Kilimanjaro, the two lines of the big cross = 3168 miles and
divide the
area between the squares just mentioned into four 3168 mile perimeter
polygons
and the inner 3168 perimeter square is divided into four squares
measuring 3168
furlongs x 3168 furlongs.

Below
right, we have placed
Stonehenge’s Outer Bank on
the full design Great Pyramid’s ½ way level, we have done this before
to
demonstrate how the designs of the monuments interface, now we compare
these
design features of the monuments to the Mount Kilimanjaro regional
design to
reveal many simple and intricate design parallels. A 31680
mile perimeter
square fits tangent around the earth’s 24883.2 mile circumference,
these things
are symbolized by the four 2.48832 acre polygons with 0.3168 Roman mile
perimeters in the Pyramid’s base, the same thing is also symbolized in
a more
obvious manner by the 0.3168 Roman mile perimeter square around
Stonehenge’s
0.24883.2 Roman mile circumference. And as you know by now the Mount
Kilimanjaro regional design contains a 1/10^{th}
scale model of a
square placed tangent around the earth. The two lines of the cross
inside
Stonehenge’s Outer Bank = 9123.84 inches, they divide the 0.3168 Roman
mile =
18247.68 inches perimeter square into four 0.82944 acre squares with
9123.84
inch perimeters, the two lines of the cross and the four lines of the
square
around it = 27371.52 inches. These details refer to the earth’s
circumference
(via the 864/275 method for π) which is 24883.2
miles =
8294.4 leagues = 9123.84
megalithic miles = 18247.68 Roman leagues = 27371.52 Roman miles and
when this
was the equator’s circumference (before the bulge) turning at 0.3168
Roman
miles per second (= 18247.68 inches) = 18247.68 Roman leagues per day.
Noah Webster
in his 1828 Dictionary defined the Roman mile as 1600 yards and this is
the
version used throughout this investigation, other versions of the Roman
mile
existed, but we use this version of the Roman mile because it was used
in the
Great Design and the monuments designs.