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Isn’t it strange that there are 1,760 yards to a british mile?  Why is that?  The key is that 1,760 cubits compose the base-perimeter-length of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the relationship linked by the 176 towers with connecting walls which surrounded the ancient fortress of Tartessos, the site where now is the city of Seville, Spain, part of Atlantis.

Atlantis extended inside the Pillars of Hercules to Libya and Italy, so wrote Plato, and outside the Pillars (Gibraltar) as well, clearly all the way up to the valuable tin mines of Cornwall, England, the ancient map-making method explained here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com/earth-measure-geometry by which that special number 1,760 is memorialized in the number of yards composing the british mile.

And the ancient olympic foot unit of measure (12.16 modern inches) was probably the unit of measure in very ancient England when it was part of the Atlantean empire, during the Ice Age, this unit of measure also a subdivision of the radius length of the earth, the origin of our nautical mile mapping system, with 6,000 ancient olympic feet composing a nautical mile, 1/2 of that length the base-perimeter-length of the Great Pyramid of Giza.  Do you see the connection?

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