...top one blank... for circle fans...
...and then one with just the stars
conspicuously labeled in bold colors
so as not to mistake which direction

but this one... here's the real deal...
well, kinda... this is how i modeled it
with midpoints for all line objects etc
these numbers are "based on" the pixels

long lines are all 917.50
...and centered at + 2.75
n defining circles at 125
all vertical lines are 250



whatever infinite analog resolution
any ancient architechts may have used
they probably rounded off to something

n there's that curious 399 (cyan line)
...which i'm sure i'm not the only one
who wants that to be a nice round 400
...at my given 125 to 250 proportions

...and 461.50 may be a nice even 460
...and 331, round to 330 or even 333
...and 228, round to 230 or even 225
or, theoretically an even closer 227.5

but, we'll see what they line up to...
and where... and maybe possibly why...



so it's not bisected
...not... exactly...
but 456 = 200 + 256
and 400 + (5^3) / 4
n pixel proportions
are coincidentally
but... still it's
the kinda thingy
one might findy
fascinating...





for now this is helpful in plotting
the red and brown lines from before
which, i'm using those colors, here



L1 x L2 = ( 461.50 , 0 )
L3 x L5 = ( 0 , 125 )
L3 x L4 = ( 456 , 125 )






center of object for line AC
L1 x L2 = ( 461.50 , 0 )
midpoint ( 2.75 , 62.5 )
L3 x L4 = ( 456 , 125 )
 center of object for line AB
L1 x L2 = ( 461.50 , 0 )
midpoint ( 230.75 , 62.5 )
L3 x L5 = ( 0 , 125 )

dotted red angle line object
926 units long even at 7.76°

dotted brown angle line object
478.14 units long at 15.156°

red double brown would be
956.28 units long at 7.578°

brown half of red would be
463 units long even at 15.52°



so, i'm pretty close
to my double theory
...in the vicinity

eh, ok
...not
really

the math geeks i summoned
have yet to get back to me
...pantheons... paperwork...



the thing is, that 2:1 ratio would be true...
if the near central L5 were between L4 and L2
...and it's close... but not close to exactly
...not as close as, say... 22/7 to true pi...



but i'm gonna be keepin an eye out for that
cuz it seems like the kinda thing they'd do
...this as a roundable, representable thing

especially when preferring to be applying
other various aspects of sacred geometry...
these numbers being eerily close to those






