Great Kiva in Chaco Canyon & Glastonbury Abbey. Yes, you read the title correctly. They can be directly compared. Numbers by area or length illustrate the principle to which a holy site was dedicated. St Mary’s Chapel and the Great Kiva used the same number: 166.5. There was an ancient goddess tradition: The numbers used were considered more basic than the units of measure that defined them. Check out my internal link to the Glastonbury Abbey Archives below. Then look the my featured picture above. It is is of the Great Kiva in the Chaco Canyon. The Canyon had 37 ceremonial centers. The largest was that of the featured picture. It was 53 feet in diameter. That makes the diameter 166.5 feet.
But, you say, how can you compare area to circumference? How can you compare feet to megalithic yards? In ancient cultures number stood supreme. I am certainly not the first to say this. I recommend studying the voluminous works s of author, John Michell in this regard. My specific reference in this case is to his City of Revelation: on the Proportions and Symbolic Numbers of the Cosmic Temple. Published by Ballantine Books, New York, 1973. I reference pages 44-46.
A Good Reading Source for the Great Kiva in Chaco Canyon
My source for the measurements of the Great Kiva is Mysterious Places:The World’s Unexplained Symbolic Sites, Ancient Cities and Lost Lands edited by Jennifer Westwood. The Chaco Canyon civilization dates back to 1000 A.D. They had complex urban residences. There skill in stonework was above the European at the time. They also were consummate basket weavers. There weaving was waterproof. Even their unearthed gaskets today are still waterproof. Their artistry in pottery used elaborate geometric patterns. They are known by their Navaho name, Anasazi. Yes, there once wa a universal civilization. It was based on number squares. Especially used was the traditional 3 x 3. 1665 is prominent on this square. The internal link just below tells where it is hiding.
Its holy design is based on the 3 x 3 number square. That is pictured below. All rows total 15. Three vertical ways are 4 + 3 + 8. Then 9 + 5+ 1. Finally, 2 + 7 + 6. The three horizontal ways are: 4 + 9 + 2. Then 3 + 5 + 7. Finally, 8 + 1 + 6. Then, we have the two diagonal ways: 4+5 + 6. Then, 2 + 5 + 8.
However, it also uses a code that has been hidden from the general public for 1000’s of years.
View the square by 3 numbers at the time. Pair them by opposites. Their sum is always 1,110. Example, 492 + 618 = 1,110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1,110. The center becomes 555 average of these two numbers.
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The ancient civilizations looked at this square in every way possible. Our current civilization only looks at it in the simplest way. Examples of simplicity: any row totals 15. Or, opposite numbers equal 10. There are literally countless ways to find treasure in this “grain of mustard seed”.
So Where is the Code for the First Christian Church?
For the answer, look at the featured picture in co-ordination with the 3 x 3 number square. Note the area of the inner circle is 166.5 square megalithic yards. The area of this holy shrine was for the deity for which the church was built. It was more significant the length and width. Now add the numbers of the square three at the time as follows:
Three horizontally: 492 + 357 + 816 = 1665
Three vertically: 438 + 951 + 276 = 1665
The inner sanctum area is 166.5 square megalithic yards. My source is John Michell. His book is City of Revelation published by Ballentine. It is in Chapter 4 entitled “The 12 Hides of Glaston”. p.46. The circular inner sanctum is in plain view. It was number that was important- not the unit of measure. The square of 3 comes with numbers. Not prescribed units of measure. Numbers even took precedence over decimal points. This proves beyond doubt the use of the “grain of mustard seed”.
My addition to ancient knowledge is in applying the 3 x 3 square. This was gleamed on Oquaga Lake. I merely went there to play the piano. Pianist/composer is still my profession.
Nucleic Acids are Based the 1st Number Square. Three by three makes the 1st number square. 1 x 1 is defines the center of all odd numbered number squares. At the center of all even number squares is 2 x 2 center. Thus, the squaring of the first two digits as 1 x 1 and. 2 x 2 creates these centers. The 1st actual independent number square is 3 x 3. Being a odd number, one number (5) sits at its center. It sets the pattern in motion. #5 is the prime center of all number squares.
Others first patterns with number 3 include:
In two dimensions the triangle is the 1st polygon.
In three dimensions, the tetrahedron (pictured below) is the 1st regular polyhedron. This “Platonic solid” is the basic builiding block of the Universe. Plato, of course, had access to Egyptian knowledge. Egyptians had knowledge from Neolitic times.
Another threefold event is: Action- Reaction and a stable Resultant. The resultant is stable only if action and reaction show up as positive and negative helixes of triangles (See Synergetics by R. Buckminister Fuller section 108.01-.02).
Be it 3, 3², or √3, – all were understood and worked with in prehistoric times. We briefly discussed 3 and 3 x 3. How about √3? The square of three is also coded by hundreds. When it is, the central number becomes 555.
View the square above by 3 numbers at the time. Pair them by opposites. Also, any three numbers that cross the center is its own complementary 555 number. Their sum is always 1,110. Example, 492 + 618 = 1,110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1,110. The average of the two triple numbers becomes 555.
Finding to the 320 Proton Total of the 5 Nucleic Acids
Now, here is where RNA-DNA come into play by √3: Take the 555 of this 1st number square. Divide it by square root of three. The quotient is 320.4294… The number of protons in the nucleic acids is 320. In Neolitic cultures, the square root of three is at the basis of many sacred sites. The vesica piscis (vessel of the fish) demonstrates this square root.
Th 3 x 3 number square is the number square of man. In this regard click on the following blogs on DSOworks.com They are free. Share with friends!
Where did my insights comes from? Beautiful Oquaga Lake. It is the home of the Oquaga Spirit. Everyone should make a trip to this most sacred and isolated place of incomparable beauty. Enjoy the poetry given to me by this spirit. The Oquaga Spirit Speaks is a book of poetry available on DSOworks.com
Holy Ark Indiana Jones Style; The Chalice Well is a holy well at the foot of a most sacred site, the monument of the Tor. The well offers 30,000 gallons per day of spring water to the town of Glastonbury and has been in continuous use for thousands of years. The reddish water from the well is believed to possess healing qualities. The well represents the female or yin; while the Glastonbury Tor monument right over it represents the yang or male. The two become the successful union of yin and yang for balance, peace and harmony. The site was dubbed a World Peace Garden in 2001.
So where’s the Holy Ark?
So where’s the Holy Ark? Talk about an Indiana Jones movie! It lies hidden in the numbers that measure the vesica pisces of the design of the circles that interlock center to center (see the picture above). When the Hebrew word for the Holy Ark ארון הקודש is spelled (as it can be) with the dots to the upper left of the dalet and the reisch and without the two vavs, ; it communicates the the ‘o’ sound without the vav letters (ו) that are used in the traditional spelling. The Hebrew gematria for the Holy Ark then becomes 660. I believe that this is a the number that’s intended but deliberately hidden. The reason- On the Hebraic Tree of Life, we find 10 circles. “Galgal”(spelled gimmel, lamed, gimmel, lamed) in Hebrew has a numerical value of 66. So, 10 circles X 66/circle = 660.
The picture of the two interlocking circles on the Chalice Well cover, are a blueprint for the overall design of the Glastonbury Abbey when each of these two diameters are assigned the measure 660 feet. The significance of the interlocking 660 diameters comes to fruition when we see that a circle struck from the center of the interlocking circles of the Abbey has its circumference passing though the Abbey fish pond, the old Market Cross and the Catholic church. The circumference also marks the outer border of St John’s Church and the Old Abbey House- sites of great sanctity. Most significant, at the center of the blueprint, we find the center of charity, the Abbey’s Almonry. John Michell amply writes about the British angle of this subject in his City of Revelation; to which I added thoughts of my own. In the 660 measure, we find the assigned value in terms of vibrations per second of the ancient Greek diatonic note “E”. Also, 660 is a characteristic number of the 3 x 3 number square when viewed by tens (read my other blogs on DSOworks.com).