Monday, September 18, 2023

Nephilim Geometry and the Rhomboid Earthwork in Chillicothe, Ohio

Nephilim Geometry and the Rhomboid Earthwork in Chillicothe, Ohio

"Dunlaps Earthworks is located North of Chillicothe Ohio on the Scioto River. It consists of a circle, rhomboid and extending parallel embankments." Shaun Chaney of the Ohio Historical Connection

"Located 6 miles north of Chillicothe. Consisted of a 13-acre square connected to a circle, a small rectangle, an avenue of 2 parallel embankments (1,130 ft. long), and 8 mounds. Nothing seems to exist." See a map of Chillicothe, Ohio showing all of the earthworks! : Map of the Adena Hopewell Ancient Geometric Earthworks in Ross County, Ohio

The Nephilim Rhomboid

    A Rhomboid is a complex geometrical figure. As we have seen at the Newark Earthworks, where trigonometry, pi, squaring a circle, and finding the circumference of was utilized, it is very difficult to ascribe these to Native Americans, with the exception that the Dakota Sioux who are known as the Hopewell mound builders would have been with their Amorite allies in the building of this structure. We do know the Amorites, who were the accounted giants in the Bible, had this knowledge.
   A rhomboid is a quadrilateral in which the opposite sides are parallel, and the opposite angles are equal. It is similar to a parallelogram because its opposite sides are parallel, and it can become a rhombus if all its sides are equal. Observe the following rhomboid with altitude (height) 'h' and base 'b' and side 'a'.
   Here is a list of the properties of a rhomboid:
  • In a rhomboid, the opposite sides are parallel and equal.
  • The diagonal divides the rhomboid into two congruent triangles.
  • The opposite angles of a rhomboid are congruent.
  • The sum of interior angles of a rhomboid is equal to 360°.

Now, let us relate these properties to the following figure.

  • Side AD is parallel to BC and AB is parallel to CD. Side AD = BC and AB = CD.
  • Diagonal AC divides the rhomboid into two congruent triangles ABC and ADC. Diagonal BD divides the rhomboid into two congruent triangles ABD and BCD
  • The opposite angles are: ∠ADC = ∠ABC and ∠DAB = ∠DCB
  • The sum of the angles: ∠A + ∠B + ∠C + ∠D = 360° 
  •    Native Americans making congruent triangles? They just weren't utilizing this level of mathematics.  The giant Nephilim Amorites did have this knowledge.