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    Number of Yards Per Mile is Mystery Unless Global Navigation Factored by Great Pyramid Knowledge

    The intriguing fact that 1,760 yards compose the English mile and 1,760 royal cubits compose the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid is nothing to ignore, because the original (olympic) foot of 12.16 modern inches is 1/3,000th of the Great Pyramid’s base perimeter length (half a nautical mile), that foot then which shortened in western Europe by the loss of knowledge about the method used to have initially determined it, but vague ancestral recollection about the Great Pyramid’s dimensions (by the cubit and olympic foot) was maintained through the 1,760 yards per english mile (and 176 towers of the ancient fortress at Seville in Spain).

     

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