This is just a small part of what I'm talking about:
Tetrahedron 4 faces, 4 points, 6 edges. 720 degrees.
Octahedron 8 faces, 6 points, 12 edges. 1440 degrees.
Cube 6 faces, 8 points, 12 edges. 2160 degrees.
Icosahedron 20 faces, 12 points, 30 edges. 3600 degrees.
Dodecahedron 12 faces, 20 points, 30 edges. 6480 degrees.
Sumerian Time Measurements:
One solar day = 24 hours
24 hours x 60 min = 1,400 minutes
1,400 min x 60 sec = 86,400 seconds
720 min x 60 sec = 43,200 seconds
Precession of The Equinoxes:
On Great Cycle (Platonic Year) = 25,920 years
-360 days: 6480 hours: 518400 minutes
Three Platonic months (one platonic season) = 6,480 years
90 days: 2160 hours: 129,600 minutes
Saros Cycle (60x60)= 3,600 years
50 days: 1200 hours: 72,000 minutes
Three Decans (30 degrees of Ecliptic, One platonic month) = 2,160 years
30 Days: 720 Hours: 43,200 minutes
Two Decans (20 degrees of Ecliptic) = 1,440 years
20 Days: 480 Hours: 28, 800 minutes
One Decan (10 degrees of Ecliptic) = 720 years
10 Days: 240 Hours: 1,440 minutes
Sacred Numbers Embedded In Time
25,920 seconds = 432 minutes
432 minutes = 7.2 hours
12,960 seconds = 216 minutes
6,480 seconds = 108 minutes
25,920 hours = 1080 days
25,920 days = 72 years of 360 days
Great Pyramid in Royal Cubits:
Base = 440 cubits
Height = 280 cubits
Sum = 720 cubits
Slope = 356 cubits
Edge = 418 cubits
Number of outer layer casing stones:
Excerpt from 'http://www.ancient-world-mysteries.com/great-pyramid-base-length.html'
'the base-line of the structure should be exactly 1 / 14400 of the elliptical arc length distance between the centre of the pyramid and the equator of the earth'
'Based upon the above evaluation, including that given previously concerning the latitudinal placement of the Great Pyramid, it would appear that there is clear evidence to suggest that two primary principles were employed, to fix both the global (latitude) position of the structure, and also its relative size to the earth. And that they were practically realised in sequence:
1) Firstly, the builders determined the precise latitudinal placement upon the earth, as gave a ratio between the small circle circumference of the planet and the elliptical arc up from the equator of 10.14561622 (x 10 the value of change for the earth tropical year).
2) When the latitude had been fixed, the builders then took the full measure of the elliptical arc length from the established centre of the structure to the equator, and divided it by 14400. In doing so they thus further determined what would be the primary physical base of the pyramid.'
Egyptian Cubit excerpts from 'http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rgrosser/amarna/neywetaten/measures.htm'
The Cubit also called Covid, unit of linear measure used by many ancient peoples. It may have originated in Egypt about 3000 BC; it thereafter became ubiquitous in the ancient world. The cubit, usually equal to about 18 inches (457 mm), was based on the length of the arm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. In some cultures it was as long as 21 inches (531 mm).
Although there is evidence that many early civilizations devised standards of measurement and some tools for measuring, the Egyptian cubit is generally recognized as having been the most ubiquitous standard of linear measurement in the very ancient world. Developed about 3000 BC, it was based on the length of the arm from the elbow to the extended fingertips and was standardized by a royal master cubit of black granite, against which all the cubit sticks in use in Egypt were measured at regular intervals.'
'The royal cubit (524 millimetres, or 20.62 inches) was subdivided in an extraordinarily complicated way. The basic subunit was the digit, doubtlessly a finger's breadth, of which there were 28 in the royal cubit.
* Four digits equaled a palm, five a hand.
* Twelve digits, or three palms, equaled a small span.
* Fourteen digits, or one-half a cubit, equaled a large span.
* Sixteen digits, or four palms, made one t'ser.
* Twenty-four digits, or six palms, were a small cubit.'
The digit was in turn subdivided. Reading from right to left in the upper register, the 14th digit on a cubit stick was marked off into 16 equal parts. The next digit was divided into 15 parts, and so on, to the 28th digit, which was divided into 2 equal parts. Thus, measurement could be made to digit fractions with any denominator from 2 through 16. The smallest division, 1/16 of a digit, was equal to 1/448 part of a royal cubit. The accuracy of the cubit stick is attested by the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza; although thousands were employed in building it, its sides vary no more than 0.05 percent from the mean length of 230.364 m (9,069.45 ins)'.
Harmonic Conquest of Space Excerpt:
The whole system of universal harmonics is based onthe geometrics of the circle, the circumference of which can be divided by its radius into six equal parts.
Therefore, six is the fundamental harmonic of all circular forms and basic values can be shifted up or down the harmonic scale by multiplying or dividing by
this number. Base 10 is also a part of the harmonic process and decimal points can be moved back and forth without altering the series of numbers Zeros
before and after a number series can be ignored in harmonic calculation. It takes awhile to get used to these concepts but after a few practice calculations
the process becomes evident.
Carl Munck's 'The Code' Excerpt:
The Code system is quite like the cartographic system we still use today. which was probably handed down to us from very ancient times. In both old and new reckoning systems, the earth is divided into 360 degrees around the equator for longitude coordinates, and latitude coordinates reckoned at 90 degrees from from the equator to either Pole. Each degree is further divided into 60 "minutes,", and each minute is divided into 60 "seconds", Thus by giving the degrees, minutes, and seconds of East or West longitude and same for the North or South latitude, we can "locate" any point on earth, [...]. The big difference between the two systems is taht today we use Greenwich, Englad as the starting point (zero degrees), or "Prime Meridian," for the longitude coordinates,whereas the ancients used the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Bruce Cathie's 'Harmonic Conquest of Space':
In 1952, Captain Bruce Cathie of New Zealand's National Airways Corporation, with a group of friends made a prolonged evening sighting of a UFO at Mangere,
Auckland, New Zealand. Captain Cathi'es resarch into UFOs resulted in the publishing of several books which attracted worldwide interest in the subject.
In his first book, Harmonic 33, he postulated the existence of a world magnetic grid, providing this by mathematics showing that it is directly associated
not only with UFO sightings and activites, but also with such diverse matters as gravity anomoly areas, and ancient mystery sites such as Stonehenge, and
The Great Pyramid in Egypt.
University personnel and others in the academic field attacked me repeatedly over this issue. They maintained that degrees and minutes of arc were arbitrary
values set up by the ancient mathematicians and that therefore my calculations were meaningless. I finally found proof of my argument in the works of Pythagoras.
As my research progressed, I discovered that the harmonic of the speed of light in free space had a value of 144. If this was divided by 2 to find the harmonic
of one half-cycle or half-wave, the answer was 72. If this value was then applied to the Pythagoras right angled 3, 4, 5 triangle, and each side was extended
in this ratio, then the figure had sides of 216, 288 and 360 units. The harmonic proportions thus derived were equal to:
216 = 21600 = the number of minutes of arc in a circle
360 = 360 = the number of degrees