## Ancient Numbers Counting Math Arithmetic Systems Methods Origins Concepts Base Sixty Ages Periods 432,000 Years of Pre Deluge Babylonian Kings’ Reigns Chaldean Historian Berosus’ Book Babyloniaca Chaldaica Archaic Mapping Techniques Hindu Mathematics Ancient Yugas of Time Numerology Astrology Antiquity of Man Old Kingdom Egypt Great Pyramid Giza Earth Dimensions Global Positioning System Nautical Mile Mapping Timekeeping by Astronomy Precession Earth’s Axis Rate of 72 Years/Degree Hexagon Geometry Ice Age Cartography

The ancient babylonian astronomer and historian Berosus recorded in his book Chaldaica (written circa 350 B.C.) that the total length of the kings’ reigns before the Deluge was 432,000 years, the same length of time as the astrologically related hindu yuga periods of time, and ten times the reduction factor that the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza are to the size of the earth, see http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.

So because this base six number, 432, is the common denominator to these ancient constructs, as well as, to our modern nautical mile mapping system, also based upon timekeeping, it’s clear that this number derived from this ancient mapping method, the base six numerations of which are applicable to our modern mapping system, both based upon timekeeping and hexagon geometry, the word geometry meaning earth measure; the ancients measured the earth by measuring time, the rate of the slow wobble of the earth’s axis, 72 years/degree.