How could the ancient vedic hindus of India circa 2000 b.c. have known that there are 86,400 modern seconds to a day? Such accurate ancient timekeeping is commonly thought to have been impossible, yet the hindus’ archaic yuga cycles of time were denominated in units of 864,000 years, so how were those numbers calculated by the ancients certainly without stop watches? They measured accurately precession time, the slow wobble rate of the earth’s axis, not solar transit time as we do today with modern instrumentation, the wobble rate of the earth’s axis anciently measured against the backdrop of the stars of the constellations, the origin of the length of time for each house of the zodiac, 2,160 years.
When you halve the number of seconds per day, the result amazingly is the reduction factor of the Great Pyramid’s dimensions to the size of a hemisphere of the earth, a reduction by 43,200, all just coincidence, just a crazy twist of fate? Hardly, as the ancient system of geometry, meaning earth measure, was the sexagesimal system also practiced by the babylonians, the ancient base six system predicated on the hexagon circumscribed by the circle of the earth, explained simply in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com/article.html, the origin of the numbers and geometry for the arc minutes and seconds of our modern nautical mile mapping system. See http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.