Peace Can be Acquired By Uncovering the Distant. The key is using numbers five and six. Worldwide measure was once based on their interaction. Five was considered to be yin. Six was yang. They interacted through the megalithic yard. Through the Middle Ages five and six were still key numbers. At the time, the rose with its five strong petals was yin. The lily with its six petals was considered yang. Author, John Michell, discusses the topic in his City of Revelation. See chapter six, Sacred Geometry, The Plan of the Holy City.
How were 5 and 6 brought together to Create Peace?
They were unified by a Neolitic measure, the megalithic yard. It is 2.72 feet. Professor A. Thom of Oxford University discovered it in the late 1960’s. It had a worldwide use. Here is the formula for the measure. The number was then taken as feet. The 12 inch foot is of great antiquity. The cubic inch of gold was a standard unit of weight in Summeria, Babylon and Greece. Examples can be found at the British Museum. A cube has 12 edges. Thus, 12 edges x 1 inch = 1 foot.
- 5 x 6/ 5 + 6 = 2.727272……
The 2.72 foot measure was also projected by the Egyptian Canon of measures. I think the MY’s relationship of 5 to 6 was rediscovered by myself? The Egyptian formula was expressed differently. The megalithic yard was: the square root of 5 x 1.2165 foot Egyptian remen = 2.72 feet.
Israel Partakes of the 5 and 6 Tradition for Peace.
Six is obvious. It is the 6-pointed Star of David. Finding 5 involves gematria. This is a word that expresses the total unity the numbers and letters once had. There were no separate letter and number systems. Israel in Hebrew translates to 541 (יִשְׂרָאֵל). One (1) was often added to words for the presence of God. The tradition was called colel. How does that relate to number five? A pentagon (five-sided, plane geometrical figure) has 540 degreees.
What About the Oquaga Spirit and Peace?
So where does my poetry book The Oquaga Spirit Speaks come in? In my case, knowledge and insight came on Oquaga Lake. I spent many summers at Scotts Oquaga Lake House as the piano player. A spirit would keep me company on my hikes through nature. The blogs are all free. If you feel like it, read the words of the Indian spirit in this book. It is posted as a product on DSOworks.com. Download is $7.99, Hard copy has just been made available on demand. Price for the 80 poems and all color pictures is $29.99. Add $5.00 for shipping and handling.