**INTRODUCTION**
We ended Part 1 of this essay with a speed for the inner
Havona Circuit (C1) as a lowest limit for the possible velocity of the
worlds therein. I used “earth speed” (67,062 miles per
hour or 107,925.8 km per hour), which would make an ellipse 584,336,233,567.7
miles in circumference. I likened this to a large solar system and
indicated that this is probably way too small an orbit for such a grand
grouping of 37,000,000 enormous spheres to follow.
Before we move any further I want to convert my measurements
to the metric system. In recent months I have seen the advantages
of using a measuring system that is based on physical aspects (as is the
metric system), rather than the British system which relies on arbitrary
or traditional values.
**Here is a table for light speed conversions:**
186,828.4 miles/second = 299,792.5 km/second
670,616,640 miles/hour = 1,079,253,000 km/hour
16,094,799,360 miles/day = 25,902,072,000 km/day
5,878,504,660,573.944 miles/year = 9,460,537,532,460 km/year
Now lets' convert that minimum-limit C1 to kilometers:
In this example, Havona Circuit 1 (C1) has a circumference
of: 584,336,233,567.7 miles. We multiply that by 1.609344**
(**the conversion ratio for miles to kilometers) and that equals:
940,398,011,474.8 km.
That means that the worlds of C1 are at an average distance
of 149,668,992,000 km from Paradise center. This is close to exactly
1,000 farther than the earth is to the sun (the distance from earth to
sun is called an “AU”). And it re-matches what was referred
to in Part 1 (a Paradise/Havona {PH} day equaling almost exactly 1,000
earth years).
Now that we have a bottom limit that has the following
attributes and using the first two terms of the Paradise ratio (x:y =
1.167:1).
We remember the way to find the *approximate* circumference
of an ellipse when x and y axes are known:
ellipse circumference = p * Sqrt of 2 * [(x/2)2 + (y/2)2]
I found that an easy way to get the x and y axes from
any Paradise-shaped elliptical orbit - once the circumference is known
– is to simply apply these two formulas:
x = (ellipse circumference / p / 13) * 14
y = (ellipse circumference / p / 13) * 12
[Here is an Ellipse
Approximate Circumference Calculator.]
Alright! Back on the path to estimating the size
of the Paradise-Havona system. So far all we have for our trouble
is this:
**Elliptical Orbit of C1 at Earth Speed**
**(107,925.8 km per hour)**
Circumference = 940,398,011,474.8 km
x axis = 322,363,982,769.2 km
y axis = 276,311,985,230.8 km
r average = 149,668,992,000 km
Well what if we want to really speed things up.
I believe it was Mark Underwood who wondered if perhaps the Havona worlds
might move at velocity of the Fine
Structure Constant (that being the velocity of the electron around
it's nuclear orbit within the atom, or about 1/137th the speed of light,
or c/137, or a). So, I tried it out on the C1 orbit at it greatly
increased it
**Elliptical Orbit of C1 at Fine Structure Speed
(a)**
**(7,877,759.1 km per hour)**
Circumference = 69,258,963,941,993.8 km
x axis = 23,741,644,693,397.4 km
y axis = 20,349,981,165,769.2 km
r average = 11,022,906,464,791.65 km
That's an average of 1.2 LY from the C1 orbit to the center
of Paradise.
Still seems small to me. That's not even enough
distance to reach a nearby star from our solar system. It is within
reason, but still falls short of my personal expectations for the Central
Universe.
**Elliptical Orbit of C1 at Light Speed (c)**
**(1,079,252,996,700 km per hour)**
Circumference = 9,460,537,532,460,000 km
x axis = 3,243,027,442,517,501.1 km
y axis = 2,779,737,807,872,143.8 km
r average = 1,505,691,312,597,411.2 km
That's an average 159.2 LY from the C1 orbit to the center
of Paradise.
Now this is more like it!
Perhaps these inner circuit worlds DO travel at the speed
of light. I can't think of any reason why they wouldn't be able
to. They all move at once in the first circuit. They would
still be stationary relative to each other and therefore serviceable via
some local technique. Moving from circuit to circuit might be more
daunting.
In fact, each Havona circuit's worlds will all move as
one thin processional line. But there will be a great differential
between circuits.
Though every world in Havona would be moving at the speed
of light relative to its surrounding space, from the Paradise perspective
the worlds of the inner most circuit (C1) would be speeding by, but the
outer circuit (C7, if the other 6 circuits were not in the way) would
seem to be barely moving.
So, for now, I am going to assume that the Havona worlds
move at the speed of light. This can be changed and examined later.
I would caution that the Havona worlds probably don't move faster than
the speed of light. This is not because I don't believe that they
can move faster. I don't think there is a speed limit to things
in the Central Universe. However, the faster that C1 moves the larger
the Central Universe will end up being.
We will have to figure out Havona's dimensions in a future essay now that
we have a realistic estimate for the size of the inner most Havona Circuit
and we have the likely world count for each circuit.
First, though, comes a measurement for the Paradise System
(the Isle and the three Sacred Sphere circuits).
Essentially we can now label 9 different proportionally
concentric ellipses – each one located 360,336,382,501,944.6 km
closer in toward the center of Paradise than the last - with a center
point right at the Deity Presence, as follows...
10. **The Havona Circuit 1 (C1)**
Circumference = 9,460,537,532,460,000 km
x axis = 3,243,027,442,517,501.1 km
y axis = 2,779,737,807,872,143.8 km
r average = 1,505,691,312,597,411.2 km
9. **The mid-space ellipse between C1 and the Spirit
circuit**
Circumference = 8,360,241,133,535,417 km
x axis = 2,882,691,060,015,556.5 km
y axis = 2,470,878,051,441,905.6 km
r average = 1338392277864365.5 km
8. **The circuit of the Seven Sacred Worlds of the
Infinite Spirit**
Circumference = 7,379,933,560,841,604 km
x axis = 2,522,354,677,513,611.9 km
y axis = 2,162,018,295,011,667.3 km
r average = 1,081,009,147,505,833.7 km
7. **The mid-space ellipse between the Spirit and
Son circuits**
Circumference = 6,325,657,337,864,232 km
x axis = 2,162,018,295,011,667.3 km
y axis = 1,853,158,538,581,429.1 km
r average = 1,003,794,208,398,274.1 km
6. **The circuit of the Seven Sacred Worlds of the
Eternal Son**
Circumference = 5,271,381,114,886,860 km
x axis = 1,801,681,912,509,722.7 km
y axis = 1,544,298,782151,190.9 km
r average = 836,495,173,665,228.4 km
5. **The mid-space ellipse between the Son and Father
circuits**
Circumference = 4,217,104,891,909,488 km
x axis = 1,441,345,530,007,778.1 km
y axis = 1,235,439,025,720,952.7 km
r average = 669,196,138,932,182.7 km
4. **The circuit of the Seven Sacred Worlds of the
Universal Father**
Circumference = 3,162,828,668,932,115.5 km
x axis = 1,081,009,147,505,833.5 km
y axis = 926,579,269,290,714.4 km
r average = 463,289,634,645,357.2 km
3. **The mid-space ellipse between the Father's
circuit and Paradise **
Circumference = 2,108,552,445,954,743.7 km
x axis = 720,672,765,003,888.9 km
y axis = 617,719,512,860,476.2 km
r average = 334,598,069,466,091.3 km
2. **The Isle of Paradise**
Circumference = 1,054,276,222,977,371 km
(111.5 LY)
x axis = 360,336,382,501,944.3 km
(38.1 LY)
y axis = 308,859,756,430,237.9 km
(32.7 LY)
r average = (x + y)/4 = 154,429,878,215,118.9 km
(16.3 LY)
z axis = 30,885,975,643,023.8 km
(3.3 LY)
1. **The Center of Paradise – Deity Presence** |