Obviously the letter G is 7 and a compass signifies circles and thus Pi. The square is 2 radius for a diameter. So, the Masonic logos is pig! Pi x G (7) = 21.98.
Not bad for a first effort, but permit me to draw back the curtains a bit for you.
Your initial error was in considering G with the (in this case) chronoclastic Latin alphabet. At time of King Solomon’s Temple, G would have been Gimel or ג, the third letter, not the seventh, in both the Hebrew and Aramaic alphabets. So, 3. Also, the circle is properly considered by most scholars as the symbol for both unity and (as I am led to believe by your pen-name that you are already aware of) emotionless infinity. Unity expressed to the infinite is of course 1.11… (Three times that would of course lead us to the Phoenician expression of pi, but as that figure is also so firmly linked to the devotees of sanguinary Baalism, I think you will agree that we will not explore further down that dark avenue.) Now, Potentialist Kabalha regards the reciprocal of ג to be Yod or ’, which is the tenth letter of the ancient alphabet. Clearly, when we put these together - as I am sure you will agree - we get not 21.98, but (3 x 1.11) x 10 = 270.
Now 270 is of course the date associated with the Aksumite coinage experiment, as fabled as it was ill-starred. Considering where its imagery is to be found these days, that circle is complete.
As a check, consider that 2 + 7 + 0 = 9, which is of course the square of 3, leading us inexorably back to Gimel.
Is that clearer now?