The analysis of morphology based on spatial geometry of the anatomical human eye ball and the planet earth

ball and their relevance to Stonehenge is a step by step future perspective into the methods and applications of a new science.
Since almost eight years and my brain occupied by the observation I caught between the similarity between the human eye ball and the planet earth ball especially in the same tilt of both which equal 23 degree of arc ?of their central axes from the axe of their orbits Launching from the base of scientific methodology and logical reasoning, I as a doctor of medicine decide to grasp significance for this similarity which extend beyond the shape and tilt to be similar also in a lot of .certain motions The utilized analogy for the motions of the two balls as a two suspended spheroid body having movement freedom in many directions revealed that there is similar motions in the two balls produced a link help to conceptualize something help in the spatial orientation and position of the .two ball relevant to each other in the space The harmony of the Eye ball relevant to the head ball in all positions and directions which produce a reflex motion in the eye ball all the time tries to reserve the “12 clock point of the eye ball” as mush as possible perpendicular to the horizon help to orient the human being in this big spheroid universe ball a round the earth ball which also has some motions .""I mean the earth ball This part of my studies which I included in my scientific paper (theory of spatial orientation) is briefly mentioned to pay attention that the similarity between the two balls is something very serious and need a help from many scientific parties to test and review, and because Stonehenge as one of the calendar arts that points to the evolution and creation of the human .being mind may hide the key to understand many facts and concepts By referring to the assumption that I proposed in my research article titled:” Similarity relation between the anatomical human Eye ball & the planet earth ball in Stonehenge megalith interpretation” which states that Stonehenge design arrangement is look like an eye ball horizontally sectioned wither this was arranged according to the mentality and culture

of the creator of Stonehenge or this is a modern interpretation of Stonehenge I would kindly like to explain this assumption through this :logical reasoning Actually if we suppose “A” is the eye ball with its optic nerve and “B” the earth ball with its sun light bundle then as the eye ball similar to the earth ball in shape and tilt -as we prove in the former research article and by figures and diagrams – this proved similarity causes a similarity also in the apparent motion produced by the earth ball named the Ground track of the sun in the horizon with the motion of the eye ball named the Conjugate eye movement because of the same angular radius of the both, and if we know that the two motions is pendulum like and work in the horizontal plane, and the ground track of the sun at Stonehenge latitude 51 north when it reaches its farthest point in summer solstice to its farthest point in winter solstice has an angle almost equal the angle produced by the conjugate eye movement when moving from the extreme right side to the extreme left side in the horizontal plane then we can say -:the following A” equal “B” in shape, tilt and position in the orbit, if “A” has the same” motion of “B” in the same plane then if we take a section in “A” it will still equal “B” if also sectioned in the same plane and site, and consequently sectioned “A” or sectioned “B” can help to find things .”related to shape or tilt of “A” or “B Sectioned “A” or “B” is similar to Stonehenge which proved by many academic missions that its work as an astronomical calendar predicts astronomical phenomena related to the earth tilt like summer and winter .solstices which is presented by the ground track of the sun Contact information: Dr. EMAD KAYYAM Cell Phone: 00962-79-9828881 Home: 00962-6-5862988 AMMAN – JORDAN

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