# Units of Time-Space and the Moon

Time, space, and the moon. Did you know there is a profound relationship between the dimensions of the earth and the rotation of the moon?

## Introduction

To comprehend of the universe we had better first make sense of the this we call space and time. In a previous post we showed how our notions of time and space are based on the notions of the earth rotating (the time circle) and the ¼ diameter measurement from which we derive the meter.

The important point here is that time dilates as we move over the surface of the earth, in order to maintain our relativistic experience. Moving north or south off of the equator equates to in increase in velocity of that particular observer. This is called time dilation, and has been scientifically demonstrated to exist. 1

As we all experience the same time rate on earth, and the earth is a globe, we can conclude that the mathematical ratio pi unifies time and space.2

All good? We hope so, because if you have managed to wrap your head around that one, well now we would like to take you a little deeper.

### Conciseness is bound to the earth

It’s important to remember that, as far as scientific investigation is concerned, the earth is the only planet the supports life. This makes for a very unique planet, where we are experiencing just the right conditions for life to flourish. A tiny percentage off, and all life on the earth would cease to exist. Secondly, as we are each an observer of life, it would be good to remember that our place from which we observe the universe is bound to the earth’s surface.

### Time & Space circles

As the earth spins, we meter out nights and days, a rhythm which is apparent even at your cellular level, regulated by your endocrine system.3 This experience of time is based upon one rotation of the Earth, which is a length of the circumference of the earth. This we call the ‘Circle of Time’.

Our measurement of space is based on the distance between the equator and the north pole4, which can be seen as a circle that stretches around the earth laterally. We call this the ‘Circle of Space’.

Now you might think that these circles are of the same size, but in fact they are not. Due to the rotation of the earth, it bulges ever so slightly as its centre. If we round down our calculations we find that the Circle of Space has circumference of 40,000 km, whereas the Circle of Time has a circumference of 44,000 km.

### Time & Space circles

As the earth spins, we meter out nights and days, a rhythm which is apparent even at your cellular level, regulated by your endocrine system.3 This experience of time is based upon one rotation of the Earth, which is a length of the circumference of the earth. This we call the ‘Circle of Time’.

Our measurement of space is based on the distance between the equator and the north pole4, which can be seen as a circle that stretches around the earth laterally. We call this the ‘Circle of Space’.

Now you might think that these circles are of the same size, but in fact they are not. Due to the rotation of the earth, it bulges ever so slightly as its centre. If we round down our calculations we find that the Circle of Space has circumference of 40,000 km, whereas the Circle of Time has a circumference of 44,000 km.

### Pi and Time

Before we go on let’s have a quick refresher about the values of pi and how we have decided to meter time from our human perspective.

Metaphysical Pi = 44/7 We use this rough approximation instead of the mathematical version of 22/7, as we used geometric construction, whereby the radius of a circle is one. This forms a distance of 2 x mathematical pi that calculate pi based on a circles diameter. to make calculations easier. Also we know that this original expression of pi was well known to humanity as far back as the Egyptians as it is found in the construction of the great pyramid, whose height forms the radius of a circle that has the circumference that is the length of the perimeter of its square base. Wow. So its got a good history behind it.

We measure days in terms of 7 rotations that we call a week. Calendars that follow the moon cycle group 4 week into a set and called it a moonth. Today the month follows the Gregorian calendar, a fairly recent invention. Calendars such as the highly accurate Mayan Calendar utilise 28 day cycles.

### Review

Metaphysical Pi = 44/7

Week = 7 days

Month = 28 days = 4 Weeks

### Time-space Magick

So let’s perform a fun bit of maths. You might want to follow along with a calculator if you enjoy that kind of thing. Or just read on!

The time circle of earth has a diameter of 44 compared to its space circle of 40, a ratio of 1.1 to 1. Lets multiply this by 10 to go dimensionless, to produce the whole factor number 11.

7 days pass to form a week. If we divide the number 11 by 7 we get ¼ pi. Lets consider the week as a single unit of time space, just like followers of the Abrahamic religions persevere the 7 day cycle of creation. On the 7th God rests. When 4 week pass it makes a month. Hey! Isn’t 4 x 1/4pi = pi. Cool! So a month completes a moon cycle of 4 weeks, and a week is a unit of ‘creation’, or a time cycle. Think for a second about how the life that you lead is governed by these ‘man made’ concepts of time. The day, week, and month we use all the time for our daily lives, and yet just imagine that if behind this construct of numbers there were to sit a wider perceptive on the cycles of time. One bound by the mathematical dimensions of the planet upon which we exist.

Or it could be just another one of those amazing coincidences. Let me know what you think in the comment below.

NOTES

1As we move an object away from the surface of the earth so time dilates for that observer. When calibrating satellites, engineers need to account for time dilation. Other experiments that conclude this is the cases involve flying an atomic clock around the planet and then comparing the difference to an identical clock the stayed where it was. Guess what? The clocks differed in time. Other examples the prove time dilation and experiment involving muons, (tiny particles of matter). These particles have a very short lifespan, yes this can be increases dramatically when it is accelerated to near the speed of light. For this reason we use particle accelerators to study atomic behaviour, in a sense, slowing time down, the faster we accelerate them.

2For more information on this concept see our presentation. Space and time around the Earth

3 The endocrine system has two glands embedded deep within the brain, the Pineal Gland and the Pituitary glad that are the main time keepers for the body mechanisms. Other glands of the endocrine system control operate the adaptive immune system and indigestion.