# Overlapping Circles Designed the Great Pyramid

Overlapping Circles designed the Great Pyramid. It is based on a double vesica piscis. See the featured picture. The vesica piscis is a type of lens. It’s a mathematical shape formed by the intersection of two disks with the same radius. They intersect so that that the center of each is on the perimeter of the other.[1] In Latin, “vesica piscis” literally means “bladder of a fish“.  This points out the shape of the dual air bladders (“swim bladder“)  in most fish. In Italian, the shape’s name is mandorla (“almond“). The height of the vesica piscis to the width across its center is the square root of 3, or 1.7320508…

### The Great Pyramid’s Overlapping Circles Unveils a Secret Code

The secret code comes from the 3 x 3 number square.  It is pictured to the right. Add opposite numbers around the perimeter three at the time as 438 + 672 = 1110. Any triple number that crosses the center totals 1110 when added to itself backwards. An example is 951 + 159 = 1110. This number-1,110- can be found in 6 more ways. The perimeter around the Great Pyramid is 1,110 megalithic yards. Ancient and lost holy sites took their measurements from the numbers of this square in this fashion. Numbers were always opposite and balanced. This 1110 figure is the sum of two triple and opposite numbers as just illustrated. The average is 1110 ÷ 2 = 555.

So how does 555 tie into the Great Pyramid’ blueprint? Each of the larger  circles of the vesica have a diameter of 555 feet. When they interlock, center to center,  the combined diameter is 832.5 feet. Again, when they are separated, each diameter becomes the triple five by feet. Read more about this on our other website, DSOworks.com. Use the link immediately below.

### Measurement Interchange on the Great Pyramid

Also, enjoy the internal link underneath. The point is to see how a lost and forgotten civilization once used number squares. They were able to maintain a Golden Age of peace and plenty through these mathematical gems.