Mysterious Diameter Measure at the Hopewell Circle

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Mysterious Diameter Measure at the Hopewell Circle. The city’s name is derived from its original layout created in 1810. This was within the 1,100 ft diameter of a circle.  The circle was a Hopewell tradition earthwork dating to the early centuries of the Common Era. The county courthouse was built in the center of the innermost circle. The circular outline was soon obliterated. By the late 1830s a group of citizens decided to changed the layout to a standard grid. This was accomplished by the mid-1850s. All traces of the Hopewell earthwork were destroyed. However, anyone with specific knowledge of the past can link the circle to prehistoric times. Conclusions are quite startling.

Circleville's Main Street and the mysterious diameter measure
The intent of the original and now destroyed circle at Circleville, Ohio can be reconstructed.
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Map of Circleville’s early layout within the preset circle.   More modern courthouse is at the center.

Mysterious Diameter Measure is Found in the Original Layout

I have a particular interest in Circleville.  On June 2 2018 I gave a concert at the Circleville High School. The story of the concert is nothing short of miraculous. Shortly, a youtube video of the concert will be posted. Keep checking my posts for the link of the actual concert. Also, please read about the incredible story of the concert on the internal link below.

Lecture Magic for Me in Circlelville Thanks to Rubinoff

The question becomes: Why is 1100 feet a mysterious diameter measure? What profound secrets does it hold? Basically, its measure explains lost secrets from a former and now lost civilization.

  1. A secret code in the diameter measure is to be found in the Hebraic Tree of Life.
  2. It illustrates another secret code that is prominent on the 3 x 3 number square.

These secret codes can open the gates that lead to a Golden Age of Peace and Plenty.

Number Code on Tree of Life Hides the Mysterious Diameter Measure of 1100 by Number

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Diagram of the Hebraic Tree of Life

So where is 1100 on the diagram to the immediate right? The numbered tree of life has three vertical pillars. Its numbers work in opposite polarities. They also work three at the time. Ancients attached their preferred units of measure to the numbers. The numbers were of key importance regardless of measure used.  Thus on the Tree we have:

  • 357 + 742 = 1100
  • Reverse the numbers. We still get 1100: 753 + 247 = 1100.


1100 is also Prominent on the Prime Number Square. Now we can go one step further into the past. Where did the hidden 1100 on the Tree come from? It came from an even more ancient square of numbers. It is also hidden. This time it is camouflaged in the prime 3 x 3 number number square. The Chinese call this square the Lo Shu. The Christians call it the Grain of Mustard Seed. Below is the standard depiction from antiquity:

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The prime number square is also the most complex. This is the traditional arrangement of the numbers.

Add the numbers two at the time. This is explained below. 660 and 440 will appear. Add these two numbers: 660 + 440 = 1100.

  • Horizontally: (49 + 61) + (16 + 94) + (35 + 75) + (53 + 57) + (81 + 39) + (18 + 92) = 660
  • Vertically: (43 + 67) + (34 + 76) + (95 + 15) + (59 + 51) + (27 + 83) + (72 + 38) = 660
  • 440 is another major characteristic number on the square. Here is just one way it uses 440: Add the numbers around the perimeter two as the time. Go either clockwise or counter clockwise. You get 440.  For example: 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440. Try the other way.

. The Hopewell tradition refers to the common aspects of the Native American culture. It flourished along rivers in the northeastern and midwestern United States. Years were from 200 BCE to 500 CE. The Hopewell tradition was not a single culture or society. It was a widely dispersed set of related populations. They were connected by a common network of trade routes.[1] The routes were called the Hopewell Exchange System.

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Native American Tribes and Regions

How far back can we trace the use of number squares? Was Plato correct in his relating the story of Atlantis? Are the American Indians the long  lost tribes of Israel? The point is: Every question, when answered, simply raises more questions. Keep checking More events and posts will be in the making.

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