Mesolithic Times Had a Unique Standard

Peaceful training as per the Oquaga Spirit

Mesolithic Times Had a Unique Standard. Where did I come this knowledge that few know about? I was the piano player at Scotts Oquaga Lake House. An Indian spirit guide that dwells around the lake instructed me in the ways of antiquity.  I’m quite sure that those  who read this blog will not be familiar with most of what they will read. The Mesolithic era began about 8000 bce, after the end of the Pleistocene Epoch (i.e., about 2,600,000 to 11,700 years ago), and lasted until about 2700 bce. At that time (2700 bce) it has been postulated that the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge may have been constructed. These structures code the knowledge of earlier times that this blog and other blogs on DSOworks.com will illustrate.

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The five regular polyhedrons (Platonic Solids) are a geometrical construct of the 3 x 3 number square. Mesolithic cultures had knowledge of this. Our civilization today mostly does not.

The high priests of the Mesolithic culture worked extensively with the 3 x 3 number square
Mesolitic culture worked with the 3 x 3 number square. The high priests of various countries knew of its secrets.

The 3 x 3 number square holds numbers one to nine. Any straight row of three totals 15. However, it also contains a plethora of hidden number codes. If you wish to understand a few, click on-Mysteries of Music Unearthed By Tick-Tack-Toe.  I’ve blogged about its use at Teotihuacan.  Many of my blogs are about its hidden number codes. This square was the cornerstone of not only Mesolithic cultures; but even of civilizations before the great deluge described in the story of Noah.  Understanding its manner of operation  promises a path to  peace for today. Here is an excerpt for my still unpublished Staff of God, Volume 1, inspired by the Oquaga Spirit.  Its entire 424 pages are written in quatrains. The  quatrains below describe  but a small fraction of  how this number square relates to the Platonic Solids. 

Numbers one to nine are arranged in a unique way
Above is the traditional arrangement of the 3 x 3 square.  It can be arranged in other ways.
As used by the 5 regular polyhedrons (pictured above)
Nine can also be found in several ways. Here are two:

The tetrahedron is the basic unit of the five.
By vertices, its 4 triangles total 720º (4 x 180° per triangle).  Then 7 + 2 + 0 = 9.
The solid whose faces contain  the most degrees of the 5 is the dodecahedron
With 9 x 720° = 6,480°. (This is exactly 9 x the  tetrahedron’with 720° degrees).  (9 x 720 = 6480).  Its second way is,  6 + 4 + 8 + 0 = 18. Then 1 + 8 = 9.

With the remaining three solids: Cube has 2,160°. Each of its 6 squares has 360°. Thus, 6 x 360 = 2160.Then  2 + 1 + 6 + 0 = 9.
Icosahedron has 20 triangles. Every triangle has 180°. Thus, 20 x 180 = 360o. Then 3 + 6 + 0 + 0 = 9
Then there’s the octahedron with 8 triangles. 8 x 180° = 1440. Then 1 + 4 + 4 + 0 = 9.
In content and quality number 9 imbues the  regular solids.

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Home of the Oquaga spirit who told me secrets that included those of Mesolithic Cultures
Oquaga Lake is shaped like the outline of a bear.
 Enjoy my free poetry reading as given to me by the Oquaga Spirit.

 

 

 

 

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