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    The circumference length of a circle equals its diameter length times 22/7, the fractional value of pi, so because the length of two base sides (880 cubits) of the egyptian Great Pyramid of Giza, divided by its height (280 cubits), equals the pi value, the intent that the Great Pyramid cloak circular arithmetic and geometry is obvious, and when you realize that the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid (1,760 cubits) equals a nautical mile, and 3,000 olympic greek feet also compose this base measure, the universality of this method used to survey the dimensions of the Great Pyramid is obvious, the method explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, the numbers of which were adopted for the geometry of our nautical mile mapping system, with the ancient olympic foot a literal subdivision of the nautical mile, which is composed of 6,000 olympic feet, because both are/were predicated on timekeeping, precession rate timekeeping back then, but solar transit time today, using sophisticated technology, not available to the ancients, so they measured the much slower rate of precession time instead.

    The ice age Atlanteans, some of the great global navigators in the ancient world, were privy to this measuring method, with their circular canal City of Posidon, at the southern end of the atlantean plain, five miles from the sea, measured in stadia, which are 600 olympic greek feet, the dimensions reported by Plato from recited and handed down details from Solon, who learned the story from egyptian priests at Sais, who by Solon’s time (600 B.C.) were not aware of the ancient mapping method, not telling Solon that the measures are interchangeable, because they both are earth commensurate, subdivisions of the radius length of the earth, by geometry, which means earth measure.

    Phoenician Tartessos, now called Seville, in southern Spain, was called Tharsis in very ancient times, the Tarshish of the Bible, who was a grandson of Japheth, who settled in southern Spain to take advantage of the rich mineral resources in the Sierra Morena and Nevada mountains, to the north of the atlantean plain, which Plato reported was 300 miles by 200 miles in area, the size of the plain of southern Spain where is Seville, ancient Tarshish, with the ruins of City of Posidon (son of Canaan), the island city surrounded by concentric ring canals, which Plato said was at the southern end of the plain, now submerged somewhere off Cadiz, with ruins reported 30 miles from shore to the south in 120 feet of water, and reports and photographs of ruins all along the southern spanish coast, the bronze age ruins of Atlantis, submerged since the end of the Ice Age, along with the egyptian cities Heraklion and Menouthis, which the egyptian priests failed to mention to Solon.

    In her great book, Atlantis in Spain, Maria Elena Whitshaw writes that the ancient fortress of Tartessos (previously Tarshish) had 176 towers, which seems an odd number, until you recall that 1,760 cubits compose the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid in Egypt, three thousand miles away, which really wasn’t far, with precise oceanic navigation and the ships described in Plato’s account of Atlantis, bronze age ships, not from circa 9600 B.C. as Plato would have us believe, but circa 1500 B.C., when the Ice Age actually ended, which you will see as you read on under the various categories here, and checkout my first book Old Earth? Why Not!, available for free ebook download.

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