Here you see each single number placed in the 4-side pi-ramid´s

## Single digits within the pi-ramid

Here you see each single digit

## So is it by chance or was it on purpose?

What an affinity! So anew the question: “Is this affinity by chance or was it on purpose of the pyramides architects – or by the spirit pushing them?” – The first picture is showing a numeric design demonstrating the symmetric…

## Does pi disguise a visual code?

View of the symmetric digits (black dots) of the circlenumber pi within the 177-step pi-ramid. Here you can see the symmetric dots in white colour. The four-sided pi-ramid in top view Here you see the negative of the four-sided pi-ramid…

## The fallen off beard of the sphinx

What a huge surprise! Even the fallen off beard of the sphinx

## Let´s keep moving on the pi-ramid

Symmetric digits of pi (black and lightblue) placed in the pi-ramid´s 177 steps. Yes – I followed my intuition. It was leading me while bringing out symmetric dots ( black colour). The decision which dot should be could be considered…

## The decisive question

While doing artwork with the face of pi my inner feeling asked me “Why not follow the pi-ramid´s lines?”

## Pi – the dotsearch

Dealing with with the dots I asked me:

## The face of pi

Pi needs 80 steps to show it´s face. You see

## Wouw! – what´s that?

Just now we see the first 24 steps

## The first 4 steps of the pi-ramid

The symmetric digits of the first 4 steps

## The answer

“”How showing Pi best? How the digits of Pi want to be placed?”

## Pi – the beginning

Early in the morning as I opened my eyes I felt plenty of energy and so I rised to paint. But then I realized

## Is this by chance or was this on purpose of the pyramid´s architects?

First picture = symmetric