Measurement Overview by the Traditional 3 x 3 Square. This simplest of number squares has an infinity of hidden number codes. I currently have some 535 posts on *DSOworks.com. *They are divided primarily between music and this simplest of of ancient number squares. Of course, music and measure overlap. With so many blogs, perspective is difficult. Who has the time to even quickly glance at so much material? The purpose of this blog is simply to provide a measurement overview of the source of measures. A few of the hidden codes are in this internal link.

- With Troy, here is the computation. Follow the numbers on the square. 43 + 67 = 110. Backwards 34 + 76 = 110. Total is 220. This works with any opposite columns of two numbers. Megalithic yards were assigned to this number. It defines the length rectangular part of the citadel.
- Next, take two numbers at the time again as follows. Watch the number square with three pairs of numbers. 49 + 35 + 81 = 165. Take them in reverse: 94 + 53 + 18 = 165. It works the same way if you work the numbers horizontally.

## Tens: Here’s the Formula on How Tens Grow into Infinity

Both actual measurements of ancient sites and units of measurement came from the 3 x 3 number square. It was once the backbone of a civilization that was destroyed by a cataclysm. A Golden age of peace and plenty once marked this time. Perhaps it is time to return to a Golden Age guided by a simple number square?

### Golden Age (disambiguation) – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Age_(disambiguation)

### Measurement Overview – a Partial List

Here a few of the measures mathematically derived from this number square. Review many of them on DSOworks.com. Type in the keyword.

- Egyptian remen as 1.2165…feet.
- Egyptian cubit of 1.71818…feet.
- Egyptian cubit of 1.728 feet.
- Royal cubit of 1.72 feet.
- Foot of 12 inches.
- Yard of 36 inches.
- English furlong of 660 feet.
- English rod of 16.5 feet.
- Summerian inch of 0.66 inches.
- Summerian cubit of 1.65 feet.
- Masonic hundredweight of 112 pounds.
- Old gemancer’s mile of 14,400 feet.
- Shorter nautical mile of 6.048 feet
- Jewish sacred cubit of 2.0736 feet.
- Jewish sacred pace of 3.456 feet.
- Chinese p’u of 14,400 feet.
- Akbar’s yard of 33 inches.
- Roman pace of 2.433 feet…………

The list literally goes on and on.* *