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    Did you ever wonder why there are 12 “houses” composing the astrological zodiac, with each house lasting 2,160 years?  It’s because the ancients measured the earth by the method explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com; those numbers derived from sexagesimal spherical geometry, according to the rate of the wobble of the earth’s axis, at 72 years/degree, the same numbers for our modern nautical mile mapping system, proving that the ancients were the first to accurately measure the earth, as explained in the link, with the hexagon base numbers from geometry, meaning earth measure, retained for our modern system, which is based not on precession time measurement, but solar time measurement, however, the geometry of the two systems is the same, the hexagon circumscribed by the circle of the earth. 

    The ancient greek olympic foot (12.16 inches) was a sexagesimal earth commensurate measure (as was the royal cubit), with 3,000 olympic feet composing the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt (‘though it was surveyed in cubits), and the hindu yugas of time are also sexagesimal numbers, derived too from the methodology described in the link, so you can see that the methodology was common to the elites of many ancient cultures, including the Atlanteans, who apparently used both the ancient foot and the cubit, as the City of Posidon was described by Plato measured in stadia (units of 600 olympic feet), and the 176 towers of ancient Ilipa (Tartessos) indicate their knowledge of how the Great Pyramid was surveyed.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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