Curious Numerology of the EarthStar Grid
The EarthStar globe is the sum of the other 'platonic' solids.
2160 miles: length determined by planar geometry.
2176 miles: average length as determined by planar and spherical geometry.
Octahedron edge equals 2592 miles.
(Length determined using spherical geometry.)
Dodecahedron edge equals 1440 miles.
(Average length using planar and spherical geometry.)
2160 years in a cosmic (zodiacal) month.
2160=5x8x3x9x2x1. The exact synodic period ov Venus is 583.921 days.
60 degrees of arc equals 21,6000 seconds. There are 60 degrees in each triangular face of the icosahedron.
25920 years in the total cycle of precession
1440 minutes in a day
Bible refers to the 144,000 who will be saved to re-establish the kingdom of heaven on earth after a great catastrophe.
20x72 yeasr: One degree of precession, and also 1/30 of a cosmic month.
144 is a harmonic of the speed of light.
These references were imported from the
Code of the Ancients web site: http://www.greatdreams.com/gem1.htm:
Also in Babylonian metrology was the "Maneh," a unit for measuring volume. It was
equivalent to 7776 cubic inches by modern reckoning, but to them, 21600 "Um." 21600 is the
grid latitude of Stonehenge! Is this only coincidence? After all, at the time Babylonia was
great, Stonehenge hadn't yet been built - at least where our dating of the site is concerned, a
date which could be WAY off the mark.
A long unit of measure used by the ancient Egyptians was the "Schoenus," a unit of
216000 modern inches. The same figure finds the longitude of the Octagon at Newark, Ohio.
Did they know that?
The Roman "Load" was 3000 Libra; 2160 pounds today. 2160, the grid latitude of
Newark's Observatory Circle. More coincidence?
The earliest recorded bushel was equal to 2160 cubic inches.
The following reference is from http://www.qtm.net/~geibdan/newse/oct/cyd.html: CYDONIA/GIZA DIRECT CONNECTIONS INVOLVING PRECISE
LATITUDES AND LONGITUDES OF 5 STRUCTURES
Polar circumference of Earth is 21600 nautical miles. There are 21600 arc-minutes on the circumference of any Circle or Sphere
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