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Connections between ancient civilizations across the globe. The Maya, Olmec, Japan, India, Sumer, Egypt, Indus and western Europe.
Having gone across Western Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Mayan temples in Central America we can now draw connections to the enigmatic stone ships of northern Europe. Where the Ales stenar – Ale’s Stone ship in Scania Sweden encodes the same method already seen in the famous and not so famous ancient sites of the world.
Through trade goods and the trading of information the pattern of sacred number and sacred architecture embedded into ancient measuring systems shows that these societies were anything but separated. Clinging onto coincidence as an excuse because the licensed authorities haven’t declared it to be so is to cling onto arguments from authority rather than the measurable, and the physical evidence of trade goods.
History is the most political of the academic fields and ancient history is surely the most dogmatic branch of this field. So much of the evidence used to defend the narrative is very poor and so often cherry picked based on what best suits existing reputations and text book monopolies.
Measure measure and the truth shall set you free.
History of the Hermetic Part One for more info on Edmund Gunter and the Surveyor Chain
Also- Harmonics The Hermetic Rule of the Chain
For more on the Pendulum, the Egyptian Royal Cubit and Indus/Sumer feet
An Ancient Legacy Part 3 -The Great Pyramid Revised - A Review So Far
Link to video explaining why the Great Pyramid ratio of 86400:1 is much better than the 43200:1 ratio.
Link to Part 1 of a series discussing the importance of Magic Wands (Measuring Rods - Caduceus) in ancient legends across the globe.
Magic Wands of Ancient Science Part 1 Thoth to Hermes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnlwMKOI7HA
Link to Monte Alban information
Link to Ale’s Stones – Ales stenar stoneship
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