The link to the core of numbers overlooked is cubits in mankind's time line. Modern numerology using astronomy as the main focus misses the anomalies in human existence. The missed target is a result of modern numbers, the units and calculation from the Georgian calendar. These units have only been in practice for about 500 - 800 years. What of the previous 12,000 years and even further back to creation? One only needs to look upon man's past unit of measure and record of time to conceive this. Some fixed examples, Stonehenge, the sun temple of Ra, the celestial moon temples and the cubit rod of Maya on display at the Turin museum. In modern times, mysticism, chemistry and fiscal systems were derived from these earlier measures. Mankind truly is great however, he lost (or Cyrus guild ed) his graduate achievement that built and civilized the ancient world from the view of above to below. It is my impression that this loss unplugged numerology from its rightful inheritance of the earth.
Were cubits a number unification theorem? An explanation can be found in the progression of the cubit rod ratios:
7 28 4 Egyptian
4 16 4 Sumerian
6 24 4 Biblical
9 36 4 Babylonian (the last evolved cubit rod ratio 539 B.C.)
One can see an advancement in the incorporation of the circle formed 36 unit rod of Babylon with each of the 36 units/digits in 10 degree increments for radial calculation. This is in parallel with Ancient Egyptian astronomy having 36 groups of stars (small constellations). Every 10 days a new constellation would have a heliacal rising. A total of 36 decans were observed and were presided over by a deity. The rising of each new constellation decan marked the beginning of a new decanal "hour". Later, the twelve signs of the Zodiac and/or “the little animals” adopted a 3 decan balancing. 3 decan x 12 = 36.
The union of harmonics reinvented using cubits can be attributed to Pythagoras' musical scale. Unison √432 and the perfect 5th √648 are tuned to a root 2 and root 3 hierarchical cubit rod. So, Pythagoras instead of using root length increments, squared up for appeasement. Why re-invent ? It is written that Cyrus met with Pythagoras, Cyrus would have executed Pythagoras if he brought back cubits to the forefront. The one and only thing that united the ancient world of Egypt and Babylonia was the philosophy of cubits. Cubits would have been viewed as an undermine to Cyrus' rule (thus, secret society). Pythagoras later introduced Musica universalis and along with his string portion musical scale is the modern equivalent to string theory. With one exception, all of Pythagoras' work was accomplished from one unit of rule, cubits the math of the previous kings.
These cubit examples in relationship with the teachings of Thoth (Hermes, Mercury) seeded a hierarchy of ever increasing knowledge and self awareness, a physical order to the heavens as well as a mystical one in a consciousness of the quantum universe both spiritual and material. The language of mathematics was the aether that bonded the priests of egypt, kabbalahist, alchemists, ancient astronomers, pythagorean and the stonemasons to erect external and internal from above to below. So, did the ancients have a mathematical unification theorem to “all is number” ? The answer is yes, one unit of measure produced all of these divine societies and the sacred geometry that drove them.
Lastly, what is the composition of a cubit rod? Digits/cubits are a mediator between SI units (mm) and the British inch system. Decimals and fractions thereof inter-populated with root length increment and right angle theorem in a network of interwoven numbers. In the physical, geometry energizes the rod, numbers being “all”. One has to think if one unit of rule, cubits can predict linear distance, radial, dimensional, cosmic, platonic, harmonic, time etc., logic suggests this should be numerology's base to forecast. In my ongoing opinion, the only thing standing in mankind's way is mankind. Don't believe me, just ask the Pythagorean brotherhood or any of the aforementioned societies. Well okay, astronomers have their own tarot card. -Frank A. Tytar
In 1582, the introduction of Georgian calendar.
The zero was introduced in the 15th century but, oddly enough, arrived on scene in about 400 and 300 B.C. in Babylon's Fertile Crescent.