In 1 second the original perfect equator turned 0.3168 Roman miles which is the circle’s diameter, in 4 seconds it turned 1 Pyramid geographic mile this is the square’s perimeter and equals 1 arc-minute of the equator’s circumference. That is an interesting geometric relationship between 1 second of time on the equator and 1 arc minute of it’s original circumference (calculated via 864/275). The 0.3168 megalithic mile perimeter regular hexagon drawn tangent inside the circle is transformed into a three dimensional view of a transparent cube by the addition of the radial lines. Each side of the cube is the same size as the full design Pyramid’s base therefore it is the smallest true cube that can contain the Great Pyramid’s full design; we call it the Pyramid Cube.
Every equation in the table below begins with 1 unit x 0.3168 then it is multiplied by a designated number of inches and the number of inches is always equal to the number of the selected units in the earth’s circumference. Every equation produces 79.62624 acres which is the surface area of the Pyramid Cube.
The full design Pyramid’s 0.0006336³ mile volume focuses attention on the fact that 63360” = 1 mile, this is telling us to take note of the role of the inch in the Pyramid’s design. The inch is the star performer involved with every one of the equations above and it is very appropriate that 0.3168 inches multiplied by the earth’s circumference produces the surface area of the Pyramid Cube; for example 24883.2 miles or 1576599552 inches x 0.3168 inches = the surface area of the Pyramid Cube.