Ancient Ice Age Bronze Age Navigators/Cartographers Measured Longitudes Not by Solar Time but Precession Rate 72 Years/Degree in 25,920 Years Timekeeping for Longitude (East West Distances) Calculations Base Six Numbers of Ancient Legends and Architectures

Have you ever wondered why base six numbers are benchmark numbers for inches (12 per foot), for seconds and minutes, demarcated by 60’s, and the number of hours in a day (24)?  Why these numbers divisible by 6?  One would think that base five (five fingers) would have been the basis of the ancient numbering system, but no, it’s base six, like the base 60 system of the ancient Babylonians, the 36 deccans system of the ancient Egyptian zodiac calendar, and the base 432 number of the yugas of time of the Hindus.

The Hindu conception of time is demarcated by yuga periods, which are multiples of 432,000 years, base 6, and 432/6 equals 72, which just happens to be the rate of precession, 72 years for the earth to wobble 1 degree of 360 as it spins and rotates around the sun, so we see that timekeeping  was the key to the ancient numbering systems, base 6, not base 5, nor base 10, as one would normally expect, and therefore, we see that the ancients were sophisticated astronomers, obviously having known the rate of the apparent movement of the constellations of stars caused by the slow wobble of the earth’s axis, which would wobble once in 25,920 years, at the rate of 72 years/degree.

The ancients related time to distance to measure east west distances, as we do today, but they measured precession time for their distance measurements, whereas, we today can use solar time because we can accurately measure it with advanced instrumentation, but the ancients used precession time, because it is a much slower rate, and so, could be measured with relatively simple devices, such as the Celtic Cross, the Antikythera Device, Maui’s Tanawa, and the Mayan Staff of Power, for the accurate measures of east west distances, only achievable through accurate timekeeping, by the precession rate for the ancients.

And the final proof that those ancients were accurately measuring and mapping the earth is embodied the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza, which is reduction of the dimensions of a hemisphere of the earth by a factor of 43,200.  There’s that number again, 432, base 6, which when divided by 6 equals 72 years/degree, and so we see the hexagon of the earth matrix upon which this ancient mapping technique was actualized (see article #2 at Ice Age Civlizations here for the full explanation).

It’s obvious to all who honestly analyze this finding that it’s the only true explanation for the origin of the length of the royal cubit, used by the Egyptians, Babylonians, and Jews, and it’s the only rational explanation for all those precession numbers in the bounty of ancient traditions and architectures from the Bronze Age, but because I’m a young earth creationist, the finding has not been readily embraced by mainstream scientists, much to their discredit as honest analysts of new information, so I hope you disseminate this finding to your peers, it’s obviously the truth, and when coupled with the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, such as the Piris Reis and Oronteus Finaeus maps, which show the contintental shorelines accurately, thought to have been impossible for Bronze Age navigators, we see this mapping system revealed in maps compiled during the Renaissance “from ancient source maps,” from the ancient precession navigators, so spread the word.

Mainstream scientists are sitting on their hands about this because it corroborates the Genesis account, and defies the Darwinian notion that Bronze Age mathematicians and astronomers could not have been so sophisticated astronomically.  But where in the world do they think had come astrology and notions about the 12 signs of the zodiac?  They’re dodging, so please help them out, and read on here under Ancient Navigation to see further how this all makes so much sense.  And now please checkout http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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