Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Edward Leedskalnin, Ancient Knowledge #4

Ancient Knowledge... part 4

7129
6105195

While I appreciate your prime maths...

Let's look again

7 129 (division of 1 and 3 numbers)
6 105 195 (division of 1 and 3 and 3 numbers)

simplicity

7 + 6 = 13 (two single numbers)

129 + 105 = 234 (first 3 group, alignment, visible)

000 + 195 = 195 (second 3 group, alignment, includes invisible)

234 + 195 = 429 (sum sums)


234 / 13 = 18 as in 'Mayan', Mason
195 / 13 = 15 as in 'degree apart'
429 / 13 = 33 as in 'degree', Mason.
and

429 x 13 = 5577 / 33 = 169 = 13 x 13  as in , squared; , Mason

and

429 - 13 = 416
429 + 13 = 442

sums = 858

195 x 3 = 585

8+8+8 = 24
5+5+5 = 15

15 x 24 = 360 as in, circles, Mason

flywheel = 24 by 15 degree each



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13 + 13 = 26
13 x 13 = 169
sums = 195

195 x four = 780 x 24oo = 18720oo

1872000 = 144000 x 13
Mayan Great Cycle = 13 cycles x 144000 'days'

780 'days' = 18720 'hOurs'
78 'days' = 1872 'hOurs'

1872 / 13 = 144  " ADM "

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144 'hOurs' = 6 days