Ancient History Mathematics Mapping Ruins Iran Proto Elamite Civilization Script Archaic Accounting Lost Languages Author Andrew Robinson Base Six Sexagesimal Origins Hindu Yugas Timekeeping Sumerian Chaldean Number System Astronomy Geometry Middle Eastern Origin Nautical Mile Cartography Precession Calculations Kingdom Elam Son of Shem Table Nations Real Biblical History

Reading Andrew Robinson’s excellent book, Lost Languages, I was intrigued to see that the not-yet-fully-deciphered ancient proto Elamite script of southern Iran was probably just a language of accounting, for inventory of goods and services, on clay tablets, a base six counting system for sure, like that of the Sumerians just to the west in Mesopotamia, and to the east, the Indus civilization of Pakistan and northwest India, where the notion of the archaic hindu yugas of time originated, base six too, the yugas of time denominated in base six numbers such as 432, the same number which characterizes the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza far to the west in Egypt, with its base perimeter length which is 1/43,200th of the circumference length of the earth.

Elam was a son of Shem (a son of Noah), who began to build the great Elamite civilization, having learned the ancient mapping method from his father or uncles (Japheth and Ham), or perhaps from Noah (Utnapishtim) himself, explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, to then foster the “proto Elamite” clay tablet accounting system, base six, which dominated the ancient world, not base five (fingers) as you’d expect with the darwinian scheme for the development of ancient counting systems, revealing that the darwinian underpinnings for understanding ancient history are all wrong, apparent when you read on under the various categories at this blogsite and in the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!, solid science, and biblical too.

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