## Rulers of Geometric Star Timekeeping Babylonian Mathematics Arithmetic Chaldean Astrology Numbers Relationship Common Origin Nautical Mile Mapping Method Greek Stadia Egyptian Cubits Earth Wobble Rate Timekeeping by Megalithic Builders of Great Pyramid of Giza Old Kingdom Egypt Comparison Mathematical Modeling Analysis Distance Measure Correlation Connection Definition of Geometry Dimensions Atlantis City of Poseidon Atlas Real Man Measured Earth on Shoulder Mastery of Earth Science for Ancient Cartography by Precession Rate Hexagon Sexagesimal Chronometry of Constellations Summer Winter Solstices Spring Fall Equinoxes Astrological Signs Ancient Cultures Civilizations Nature Worship God of Forces Controlled Archaic Populations

So what’s the relationship of the dimensions of the mysterious City of Poseidon in Plato’s account about Atlantis to the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza?  Do you think it’s a silly question?  Well not.  The diameters and widths of the concentric ship canal rings of the city in Plato’s account are denominated in stade, the ancient greek unit of distance, six hundred olympic feet per stade, and exactly five stadia (3,000 olympic feet) compose the base-perimeter length of the Great Pyramid of Giza, which was surveyed however in cubits, so the connection is obvious based on demonstrably logical and real ancient calculations, according to precession timekeeping, explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com

These are the numbers of the ancient middle eastern chaldean number system, sexagesimal, from a hexagon, also the geometric basis of the numbers for astrology, used by some ancient elites to control their subjects, treating stars as distant ancestor gods, such that as they move through the zodical range through the years because of the very slow wobble of the axis of the earth (what the ancient egyptians called the pillar/phallus of Osiris who was Cain and Set was Seth), the conniving priests would tell the people what to do based on the changing positions of the stars, the interpretation of course having been the priests’ own creative perogatives.  How convenient.

The greek god name for Cain was Hephaestos, lord of metallurgy, showing that governmental control and aquisition of mineral resources and smithing certainly went hand-in-hand where ancient rulers and warlords were concerned, the name ruler actually relating to geometry, explained in the link, and with this method, they measured and mapped most of the world, during the Ice Age, the end of which marked the submergence of the cities of the Atlantean Empire and others in many other parts of the world, including the ancient egyptian cities, Heraklion and Menouthis, and many off the coast of Greece too.