Ten Eighty Musings Point to a Lost Prehistoric Culture

Ten eighty musings was inspired by John Michell

Ten Eighty Musings Point to a Lost Prehistoric Culture. To begin, I must quote Issac Newton.  Sir Isaac Newton Sir Isaac Newton (January 41643 – March 31 1727 .  He was an English physicistmathematicianastronomeralchemistinventortheologian and natural philosopher. He is most famous for discovering the Laws of Gravity.  Newton built on thoughts of bygone philosophers. These included Plato and Aristotle.  British author, John Michell, is the philosopher on which I have built upon. His works seem to be largely out of print. But I think they are worth the expense of acquiring.

Ten eight musings and looking to the past.
Sir Issac Newton stood on the shoulders ancient giants of philosophy.
Amicus Plato — amicus Aristoteles — magis amica veritas
  • Plato is my friend — Aristotle is my friend — but my greatest friend is truth.

So What Are Ten Eighty Musings?

First, to define 1080. Numbers, in the lost past, had associations. 1080 was lunar and terrestrial. The establish four elements were earth, air fir and water. 1080 was water. It expressed the Moon’s influence on the cycles of nature.With the psyche, it represents intuition. Ten eighty guides the unconscious mind.

Ten eighty musings and author John Michell
One of Michell’s rare and precious books.

So where does 1080 figure into today’s theme? First, let’s look at the ancient attitude to “zero”. It wasn’t a real number. It was synthetic. Ten was a combination of two opposite numbers on the 3 x 3 number square. Therefore, past civilizations could read 1080 as 18. They had the option of reading it as 108.

Image result for picture of the traditional 3 x 3 number square on DSOworks.com
4 + 6 = 10. Or, 3 + 7 = 10. etc. points our synthetic “ten”.

So how were Ten Eighty Musings Used By Advanced, Lost Civilizations, Including Atlantis?

MetalBodyDay of Week
GoldSunSunday
SilverMoonMonday
IronMarsTuesday
MercuryMercuryWednesday
TinJupiterThursday
CopperVenusFriday
LeadSaturnSaturday

Note the Moon. Its diameter was taken on 1080 miles. Its metal was silver. Note silver’s standard atomic weight average of 107.8682(2).

Iso­topeDecay
abun­dancehalf-life(t1/2)modepro­duct
105Agsyn41.2 dε105Pd
γ
106mAgsyn8.28 dε106Pd
γ
107Ag51.839%stable
108mAgsyn418 yε108Pd
IT108Ag
γ
109Ag48.161%stable
111Agsyn7.45 dβ111Cd
γ
Standard atomic weight(Ar, standard)
  • 107.8682(2)[1

The future holds many more ten eighty musings. Blogs must be kept short. Hope you enjoyed this one.

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