
Please read also
Katharine Maltwood
As you will see, the
Saint Michael Alignment or
Michael line
plays an important role when it comes to the Maltwood Triangle.
Let’s first have a look at this Michael line. Click above on
+ Michael line
and on
+ StC Michael
to see how the angle under which the Michael line runs through the landscape is exactly the correct one to define squaring the circle based on equal surface areas.
The surface area of the circle is identical to the surface area of the square.
The size of this 'squaring the circle' set is not relevant. Every size 'squaring the circle' (based on surface areas) will fit.
Back to Katharine Maltwood. After her discovery of what is now known as the Glastonbury Zodiac, Maltwood writes her findings down in
A Guide to Glastonbury’s Temple of Stars.
In the book Maltwood describes how she discovered the effigies that make up the Zodiac.
There is one sentence in the book though that is totally separated from the rest of the text. Very intriguing and mystifying.
‘Alfred’s Fort at Athelney and Camelot Castle of South Cadbury are both eleven miles from the Isle of Avalon.’
Alfred’s Fort at Athelney is the Mump at Burrowbridge, Camelot Castle is now known as Cadbury Castle
and the Isle of Avalon is the Tor at Glastonbury.
Click above on the Tor , the Mump and
Cadbury Castle to see where these locations are.
The line from the Tor to the Mump is part of the Michael line. Undo
 StC Michael
and click on
+ Mump line .
Click above also on
+ Cadbury line .
These two lines are part of a triangle. The Maltwood Triangle. Click on
+ Maltwood Triangle to see this triangle.
This triangle contains an amazing feature. The top of the triangle can be used as the center of a circle whose perimeter intersects
exactly with the two tips of the triangle. Furthermore, the base of the triangle can be used to construct a square.
The amazing feature is that the circumference of the circle is the same length as the perimeter of the square. Squaring the Circle based on equal perimeters.
Click above on
+ Maltwood StC .
Subsequently, a square can be added that has the same surface area as the original circle. Squaring the Circle based on equal surface areas.
Click on
+ StC Surface Area .
Since this square is rotated about 10 degrees another amazing feature shows up. The sunrise at the shortest day (21 December) as seen from the Tor
is exactly indicated by this newly added square.
Click above on
+ Tor Sunrise .



Please read also
Katharine Maltwood
As you will see, the
Saint Michael Alignment or
Michael line
plays an important role when it comes to Maltwood’s Triangle.
Let’s first have a look at this Michael line. Click above on
+ Michael line
and on
+ StC Michael
to see how the angle under which the Michael line runs through the landscape is exactly the correct one to define squaring the circle based on equal surface areas.
The surface area of the circle is identical to the surface area of the square.
The size of this 'squaring the circle' set is not relevant. Every size 'squaring the circle' (based on surface areas) will fit.
Back to Katharine Maltwood. After her discovery of what is now known as the Glastonbury Zodiac, Maltwood writes her findings down in
A Guide to Glastonbury’s Temple of Stars.
In the book Maltwood describes how she discovered the effigies that make up the Zodiac.
There is one sentence in the book though that is totally separated from the rest of the text. Very intriguing and mystifying.
‘Alfred’s Fort at Athelney and Camelot Castle of South Cadbury are both eleven miles from the Isle of Avalon.’
Alfred’s Fort at Athelney is the Mump at Burrowbridge, Camelot Castle is now known as Cadbury Castle
and the Isle of Avalon is the Tor at Glastonbury.
Click above on the Tor , the Mump and
Cadbury Castle to see where these locations are.
The line from the Tor to the Mump is part of the Michael line. Undo
 StC Michael
and click on
+ Mump line .
Click above also on
+ Cadbury line .
These two lines are part of a triangle. Maltwood's Triangle. Click on
+ Maltwood Triangle to see this triangle.
This triangle contains an amazing feature. The top of the triangle can be used as the center of a circle whose perimeter intersects
exactly with the two tips of the triangle. Furthermore, the base of the triangle can be used to construct a square.
The amazing feature is that the circumference of the circle is the same length as the perimeter of the square. Squaring the Circle based on equal perimeters.
Click above on
+ Maltwood StC .
Subsequently, a square can be added that has the same surface area as the original circle. Squaring the Circle based on equal surface areas.
Click on
+ StC Surface Area .
Since this square is rotated about 10 degrees another amazing feature shows up. The sunrise at the shortest day (21 December) as seen from the Tor
is exactly indicated by this newly added square.
Click above on
+ Tor Sunrise .


