Page
460…
earths equatorial circumference scaled down 43,200
times
is
therefore
3,043. 39 feet.
3,043. 39 feet x 12
inches
is 36,
520.68 and 3
x 6 x 5 x 2
Page
406
Manetho is repeatedly said to have given the enormous figure
of 36,
525
years
18
x 5
3 x 6 x 5 x 2 x
5
90 x 2
18 x
5
is
180
90 x 2
180
x 5
900
Page
460…
earths equatorial circumference scaled down 43,200 times is
therefore
3,043. 39 feet
By
comparison as we have seen, the perimeter of the Great
Pyramid's base is 3,023.16
feet.
3,043. 39 feet
Minos 3
,043.39 feet
x
12
inches iz 36520
.68 Minos
3,023.16 feet.
3,023.16 feet.
x
12
inches iz 36277
.92
Is 20. 23 feet iz
242
.88
Page 460 Let us now consider the earths polar radius of
3,949.921
miles
If
we scale it down 43,200 times we get 0.0914 of a mile:
482.59
feet. The earth's polar radius scaled down
43,200
times is therefore 482.59
feet. By comparison the Great Pyramid's height is
481.
3949
feet  just a foot less than the ideal figure, an error of
barely onefifth of one per
cent.
As
near as makes no difference, therefore, the perimeter of the
Great Pyramid's base is indeed 1:43,200
of the equatorial circumference of the earth. And
as near as makes no difference, the height of the Great
Pyramid above the base is indeed
1:43,200
of the polar radius of the earth. In other words,
during all the centuries of darkness experienced by Western
civilization when knowledge of our planet's dimensions was
lost to us, all we ever needed to do to rediscover that
knowledge was to measure the height and base perimeter of
the Great Pyramid and multiply by
43,200.
Page
408 " It follows that one and a half cycles
takes nearly 39,000
years (18
x 2160)
years)."
Page
459 " Let us now consider
the earth's polar radius of 3,949.921
miles."
Page
460 " By comparison the Great Pyramid's height is
481.3949
feet
"
3949 ÷ 432 is
9.1412037
3
x 9 x 4 x 9
27 x 4
108
x 9
972
Page
460 " The earth's polar radius scaled down
43,200
times is therefore 482.
59
feet
By
comparison the Great Pyramid's height is
481.
3949
feet

482. 59
feet
Minos 482.59
feet
x 12 inches is
5791.08
Minos
481. 3949 feet
481.
3949 feet
x
12 inches is 5776.388
is
1.1951
is 14.692
1 x 1 x 9 x 5 x
1
1 x 4 x 6 x 9 x 2
is
45 4
x 6
24
x 9
216
x 2
432
You see scribe said Zed Aliz our way ahead is obscure,
enshrouded in the mist of veiled reference,
Therefore
the light of the sight by which we travel is the sight of
the light unseen.
Reight
oh, said the scribe, with you all the
way.
Page
460/1
The
ratio itself seems to provide that confirmation, for the
simple reason that 43,200
is not a random number (like, say, 45,000 or 47,000, or
50,500, or 38,800).
Page
461
As
the reader can confirm by glancing back at Part V the basic
numerals of the Pyramid/Earth ratio crop up again and again
in those myths, sometimes directly as
43,200
sometimes as 432,
as 4,320,
as 432,000,
sometimes
directly as 43,200
sometimes as 432,
as 4,320,
as 432,000,
as 4,320,000,
and so on.
sometimes
directly as 4+3+2,
sometimes as 4+3+2,
as 4+3+2
as 4+3+2as
4+3+2,
and so on.
9 9
9
9 9
Source
BhagavadGita
As
it is
A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Page
217
"At
the present moment we have just passed through five thousand
years of the KaliYuga which lasts
432,000
years."
432 x 1 iz
432
432 x 2 = 864
432 x 3 = 1296
432 x 4 = 1728
432 x 5 = 2160
432 x 6 = 2592
432 x 7 = 3024
432 x 8 = 3456
432 x 9 = 3888
432 + 864 + 1296 +1728 + 2160 + 2592 + 3024 + 3456 +
3888
432 + 864
1296
+ 1296
2592
+ 1728
4320
+
2160
6480
+ 2592
9072
+ 3024
12096
+ 3456
15552 + 3888
19440
19440 ÷ 540
iz
36
19440 ÷ 432
iz
45
19440 ÷ 360
iz
54
19440 ÷ 180
iz
108
19440 ÷ 90
iz
216
19440 ÷ 18
iz
1080
19440 ÷ 12
iz
1620
19440 ÷ 9
iz
2160
19440 ÷ 6
iz
3240
19440 ÷ 3
iz
6480
19440
÷ 2 iz
9720
Fingerprints
Of The Gods
Page
464
"Those
lucky enough to gain entry would find themselves in a
magical garden consisting of 'islands, interconnected by
canals filled with running water which caused them to be
always green and fertile'. On the islands in this
garden, 'the wheat grew to a height of
five
cubits, the ears being two
cubits
long and the stalks three,
and the barley grew to a height of
seven
cubits, the ears being three
cubits
long and the stalks four."
"
Islands interconnected by canals filled with running water
which caused them to be always green and
fertile."
"On
the islands in this garden,
the
wheat grew to a height of five
cubits,
the
ears being two
cubits
long
and
the stalks three,
and
the barley grew to a height of seven
cubits,
the
ears being three
cubits
long
and
the stalks four."
Five
cubits x two
cubits x three
cubits
seven cubits x three
cubits x four
cubits
5 x 2 x 3 7 x 3 x 4
10 x 3
21 x 4
30
x 84
iz 2520
ZedAlizZed
arranged the lines and the scribe counted the words
the
wheat grew to a height of five
cubits, 9
9
x 6 x 4
9
x 6 x 4 x
10 x 6 x 4
the
ears being two cubits
long
6 54 x 4 54
x 4
and
the stalks
three,
4
216
216
x 10
Total
19 2160
x 6
and
the barley grew to a height of seven
cubits, 10 10 x
6 x 4 12960
x4
the
ears being three cubits
long
6
60 x 4
iz 51840
and
the stalks
four." 4
240 and
51840
÷ 72
iz said Alizzed 720
Total
20
19 + 20 = 39
x
" Islands
interconnected by canals filled with running water which
caused them to be."
always green and
fertile Is
663
19 x 20 =
380 6
x6 x 3
1 x 9 x 2 =
18 36
x 3
Is
108
1 x 9 x 2
= 18 x "On
the islands in this garden, "
Is108
At
this the scribe didn't protest vigorously that all numbers
were not being subjected to the same standard of application
in the search for coincidence .Gerrart on it scribe, didn't
say Zed AlizZed to the downside up of the upside down scribe
Coincidence be the criteria,once we have established the
relevant numerical associations ,then its time to move on
let others determine their relevance.Otherwise scribe we are
going to be here forever.At this both Aliz Zed and the far
yonder scribe turning to face each other started not to
laugh at the top of their silent
voices.
Nah gerronwiit
scribe said
ZedAlizZed.
"the
wheat grew to a height of five
cubits,
5
the
ears being two
cubits
long 2
and
the stalks three
3
and
the barley grew to a height of
seven
cubits
7
the
ears being three
cubits
long 3
and
the stalks four."
4
5 + 2 + 3 + 7 + 3 +
4 5
x 2 x 3 x 7 x 3 x
4 5
x
2 x 3 x
7
x 3 x
4
is 24
5
x
2 2 x
3 x 3 x 4
10 x
3 6
x 3
30
x
7 18
x 4
210
x
3 72
630
x 4
iz 2520
5 x 2 x 3 x 7 x 3 x 4
iz
2520 2520 ÷ 7
iz
360
2 x 3 x 3 x 4 iz
72 2520 ÷ 9
iz
280
72
x 5 cubits = 360
2520 ÷
12 iz
210
72
x 7 cubits = 504
2520 ÷
14 iz
180
3
x 6 x 5 x
4 2520 ÷
30 iz 84
18
x
5
2520 ÷
45 iz 56
90 x 4
360
"the
wheat grew to a height of five
cubits,
the
ears being two
cubits
long
and
the stalks three
and
the barley grew to a height of
seven
cubits
the
ears being three
cubits
long
and
the stalks four."
Holy
Bible
Schofield
References
Page
169
Cyclopedic
Concordance
1
x 6 x 9
iz 54
1
Cubit = nearly 18
inches English
standard Add
to deduce scribe said Alizzed
"the
wheat grew to a height
of five
cubits x
18
inches = 90 9
+ 0 iz 9
the ears being two
cubits long x
18 inches
= 36 3
+ 6 iz 9
and
the stalks three x
18 inches = 54 5
+ 4 iz 9
and
the barley grew to a height of
seven
cubits x
18
inches =
126 1
+ 2 + 6 iz
9
the
ears being three
cubits long x
18
inches
=
54
5 + 4 iz 9
and
the stalks four." x
18
inches = 72 7
+ 2 iz 9
Six x 18
inches
90 + 36 + 54 + 126 + 54 +
72 6 x
9 = 54
Iz 108 126
+ 54
1 +
8
180 + 126
Iz
9
306 + 54
360
+ 72
iz 432
Reight
scribe said Zed AlizZed it only remains to add
the two nines to make Ra and the eight
.
Or
if you wish take the nine and multiply by nine and you have
the eight and Ra.
I
should be so lucky said the scribe .And so lucky you shall
be said Zed Aliz.
I
have a couple of questions Zed Aliz Zed, said the scribe
.Speak scribe said Zed Aliz Zed
Or
forever hold your P'and Q's Reight Zed Aliz Zed said
the scribe. And, after saying,
said
the scribe, spoke thus.
On
page 74 of the book
The Splendour That Was Egypt
by
the illustrious
Margaret A. Murray
it says
"Thus
every scribe had to be able to calculate the cultivable area
of a field and the cubic contents of
a
heap of corn . The method would have been simple but that
the Egyptian never seems to have
mastered
the
multiplication table; he did everything by
addition."
Keep
reading scribe
said
AlizZed.The
scribe continued.
"On
the few arithmetical problems which survive the scribe has
written out at the top his version of
the
Multiplication
table to help him to the solution.The method was by counting
first the left hand column ,
And
then counting the opposite numbers.The example given below
is the twice times table."
1…………2
2…………4
4……….. 8
8……….
16
16………32.
"Thus
to find the multiple of five,count on the left hand column 4
and 1,then count the opposite
numbers,
8
and 2, which gives the answer."
Reight
scribe said Alizzed continue on line
eighteen down.
What,said
the scribe eighteen as in one and
eight,
Eighteen,
as in one and eight, said
Alizzed.
And
so the far yonder scribe continued
"Of the method of training in the higher forms of
mathematics there is no
trace,…"
You
have answered your own first question scribe said
ZedAliz.
Therefore
tell me said ZedAliz what was your second question
,
knowing
all the while what the second question was.
I
would like to know said the scribe,what relevance are the
calculations with respect to the 18 inch cubit when it
refers to the English standard of measurement, and would be
expressed differently, in for example the Talmudic system of
measure.
It
is simply this scribe said ZedAliz the information to be
imparted is being presented in english,
and
the numerical coicidences occur as and when .The differences
in language and in interpretation is at this moment in the
now of our time of no consequence We are
caught in the act of revealing the upside down of
the downside up, the micro within the
macro.
And,
by the way scribe, said Alizzed, and, said not intending to
preach.Please make note that five and two
make
seven ,az in five loaves and two
fishes.
And
now scribe, time to move on, there are bigger
fish to pry.
This
the scribe duly noted in the following
manner.
5 x loaves x 2 x fishes.
= 30 x 2
= 60 x fishes
=
360
and loaves x fishes
is
36
Thus writ the far yonder scribe
