Profound Numerical Egyptian Knowledge in Remen. Yes, this blog also points to the advanced civilization known as Atlantis. For more about the remen, read the internal link below. The link in turn contains two more relevant links. The remen was the basis of ancient measure. Its imprint is still on the three foot English yard.
But here is what is surprising to most. The 1.2165… foot long remen displays knowledge of the 92 regenerative elements of the periodic chart. The most common isotope of uranium has 92 protons and 146 neutrons. Its atomic mass is 238 (92 + 146). It is no co-incidence that a remen equals 14.6 inches. Likewise, the number of neutrons in uramium 238 is 146. If you scoff at this co-incidence, also consider this: A numerical pattern formulated by R. Buckminster Fuller for elements holds the numerical atomic particle pattern of Ur (238).
Profound Nature of the Remen is Everywhere in Nature
He discuss the tangent packing of spheres in successive layers. A central sphere can be surrounded by 12 equal sized spheres in the 1st layer. Next, 42 spheres can be packed in a tangent way around the original twelve spheres making the second layer. For the 3rd layer, 92 spheres can be packed around the preceding 42. Fuller gives a formula for sphere packing: It is (n² x 10) + 2. “N” becomes the number of the layer in consideration. So, the 4th layer would be 4 x 4 x 10 + 2 for 162. Uranium 238 has 92 protons. That number is defined by the 3rd layer. Next, add the numbers of the 1st 2nd and 3rd layers. We have 12+ 46 + 92 = 146. That becomes the number of protons in the most common isotope of Uranium.
Richard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller (/ˈfʊlər/; July 12, 1895 – July 1, 1983) was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, and inventor. Fuller published more than 30 books, coining or popularizing terms such as “Spaceship Earth“, ephemeralization, and synergetic.
The remen of 14.6 inches is a universal measure. The Hebrew word for world (or universe) is Olam. Rules of gematria equate it with 146- עוֹלָם is the spelling with Hebrew letters. In ancient languages letters and numbers often shared the same symbol. Also, numbers were frequently multiplied by powers of ten. Please read the internal link below for an explanation. It explains mathematically how the largest is hidden in the smallest.