Math of I Ching and Taoism Hexagon Based Geometry of Precession Revealed in Mayan Calendar and Hindu Yugas of Time Showing Ancient Precession Mapping Root of Modern Nautical Mile Mapping Timekeeping Base Sixty System Biblical Genesis Cartography

The “Ancient Book of Changes,” the I Ching, from ancient China, is predicated upon the maths which derive from hexagon geometry, base six, or sixty (if you want to add a zero), and also the maths of the ancient Chinese religion of Tao (“the path”), whose symbol is the hexagon, relating to the Hindu yugas of time, the durations of they years of which are in multiples of the base six number 432,000, a number you’ll see involved in the astronomically-derived dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza, explained in article #2 at, so we see this commonality of geometry (which means earth measure) based maths in various ancient religions, architectures, and astrologies, all derived from the precession measurements taken by the ancients.

And when you consider that the ancient Sumerian number system was base sixty (hexagon geometry), and the Mayan calendars’ periods of time, called tuns, baktuns, and katuns, were not coincidentally denominated in base six precession numbers, you can see that global navigators, utilizing the same base sixty numbering system and geometry as our modern mapping and timekeeping nautical mile system, were surely measuring, mapping, and navigating the entire globe, actually during the Ice Age, so read on under Ancient Navigation here to further see how this all fits together.  See too

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