Precession Time Increments for Earth Distance Measures 3D Hexagonal Grids Archaic Star Mapping Technique Theories about Surveying Dimensions Methodology for Royal Cubit of Earth Commensurate Geometry Means Earth Measure Ancient Global Positioning System Ice Age Cartography

The ancients during the Ice Age could measure and map the earth, accurately, unbenownst now to most mainstream ancient historians and archaeologists, yet here’s the methodology, explained in article #2 at, so read and understand it, the method by which they measured time, the earth’s axis’ wobble time, in order to measure east-west distances, thought to have been impossible by the mainstream academics who have yet to hear about this methodology, so let them know, because they still think the length of the ancient cubit was the distance from some king’s elbow to fingertip, not a subdivision of the radius length of the earth, as demonstrated in the link.

The earth’s axis wobbles at the rate of 72 years/degree, and the ancients knew this, and thereby, could plot positions on the earth, accurately, by the positions of the stars, as they appeared then, and as they would appear in the future, according to that rate of precession, the wobble rate of the earth’s axis, which enabled them to measure distances by relative positions of the stars in the night sky from various positions on earth, it was an ancient global positioning system, base not upon solar transit time, as is our modern nautical mile mapping system, but by precession time, much slower, and therefore, much easier to measure with simple devices used by the ancients, the Celtic Cross (the Dixon Relics), Maui’s Tanawa, the Antikythera Mechanism, and the Mayan Staff of Power.

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