One Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Eight. So, what is special about his number? There is an obvious answer: 12 x 12 x 12 = 1,728. It is the cube of 12. But where else is 1.728 hiding? First, let’s also consider the following equivalents:

- 1,728 inches = 144 feet.
- 1,728 inches = 48 British yards
- Most important for this blog: 1,728 inches = 52.8 megalithic yards. A megalithic yard is 30/11 feet. The megalithic yard is 2.72727…feet. Expressed as a fraction, it is 30/11 feet.

First, one thousand seven hundred twenty eight hides in this number square. Here’s how: Gnomoically dividing the square of three was a custom. It was most conspicuous in the Arabic school of Jabirism. Jabir Ibn Hayyim traced this custom back to Hermes. Hermes traced this custom back to Ariel.

**How is one thousand seven hundred twenty eight found?**

A gnomon is the part of the geometrical figure with numbers that remains when one is its corners is removed. On the number square, remove 4 boxes that contain 5,7,1, and 6. That is the lower right set of 4 boxes. The remaining numbers of the gnomon are 8,3,4,9, and 2. Multiply these five numbers. Their product is 1,728.

Megalithic Measurement comes from the 3 x 3 number square. The megalithic inch is a straight read of numbers. Look at the bottom horizontal. It reads** 816**. That was my discovery. However, the actual discovery of the reality of megalithic measure was made by Professor Alexander Thom of Oxford University. He surveyed 600 megalithic sites in England, Scotland, Wales and Britanny.^{[4]} Thom also proposed the **Megalithic Rod** of 2.5 MY.^{[5]} As sub units of these, he further proposed the **Megalithic Inch. ** It is *0.816* inches. One hundred of which are included in a Megalithic Rod. Forty megalithic inches make a Megalithic Yard. Not only does the megalithic inch (0.816) come from the 3 x 3 number square, so does their 40 count which makes a megalithic yard:

- Add the perimeter numbers around the central five. We have 4 + 9 + 2 + 7 + 6 + 1 + 8 + 3 =40.
- Finally, take the megalithic rod: 100 megalithic inches measure the length of of megalithic rod. On the 3 x 3 number square, 10 is a characteristic number. Any two opposite numbers equal 10. In the secret codes of this number square, powers of ten actually go to infinity.

- Any two opposite numbers total ten. Here some pairs: 4 + 6 = 10. Or, 9 + 1 = 10.
- For this, please look at the number square as I list the numbers . By two numbers at the time: 49 + 61 = 110. Another, 29 + 81 = 110. If it crosses the center, it’s dual to itself: 59 + 51 = 110. Or, 15 + 95 = 110. This number, 110 can be pulled out of the square in 16 different ways.
- It also works three numbers at the time: 492 + 618 = 1110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1110. This number can be pulled out of here it 8 different ways.
- The above maneuvers entailed a straight treatment of the numbers: All in a row. But when you twist and turn the numbers, they grow to infinity in their balance. This is the “grain of mustard seed” that grows into the largest plant. The Gospels refer to it. In this manner the smallest number square defines and describes infinity. Follow the next sets of numbers on the square as I describe them.
- Thus, 4,927 + 6,183 = 11,110.
- 15, 943 + 95,167 = 111,110.
- Or another two sets of 5 numbers, 81,672 + 29,438 = 111,110.
- Or, let’s go bigger: 38,167,294 + 72,943,816 = 111,111,110.

Finally, the music of antiquity. We observed above that one thousand seven hundred twenty eight inches equals 52.8 megalithic yards. Sacred musical antiquity was all about the known diatonic scale. The “C” above middle “C” of the ancient diatonic scale vibrated at 528 times per second. Middle “C”, an octave lower, vibrated 264 times per second. This is also referenced at Stonehenge. The distance from its center up to the heel stone is 264 feet. The octave higher “C” by number (528) was taken and multiplied by 10 to arrive at the feet in a mile, 5,280. Measure, math, and music are all derived from this ancient number square. It unified mankind and brought the blessings of peace to all. Certainly, it can provide the same vision for the present.