Maintaining a sacred calm of mind

Sacred Calm of Mind as per The Oquaga Spirit

Sacred Calm of Mind as per The Oquaga Spirit. Can poetry alter a state of consciousness?  So much in the daily news is disquieting. People have resorted to artificial means to calm themselves. This frequently takes the form of tranquilizers or aspirins. Perhaps even worse- drugs. What if poetry alone induce this sacred calm of mind?  Isn’t that preferable other means? Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote a poem called The Day is Done. I think it is a perfect example of poetry’s ability to create the sacred calm of mind. The Oquaga Spirit offered me a shorter poem. The poem, Sacred Calm of Mind, will be presented after this poem is Done.

In 1522, Sir Thomas More wrote (in ‘Four Last Things’): ‘It often happeth, that the very face sheweth the mind walking a pilgrimage, in such wise that other folk sodainly say to them a peny for your thought.'”

The sacred calm of mind
Certainly, Longfellow deserves more than a penny for his thoughts for The Day is Done. Might I suggest the post office make a more valuable stamp for this American genius.

THE DAY IS DONE

 The day is done, and the darkness
      Falls from the wings of Night,
As a feather is wafted downward
      From an eagle in his flight.
 I see the lights of the village
      Gleam through the rain and the mist,
And a feeling of sadness comes o’er me
      That my soul cannot resist:
 A feeling of sadness and longing,
      That is not akin to pain,
And resembles sorrow only
      As the mist resembles the rain.
Come, read to me some poem,
      Some simple and heartfelt lay,
That shall soothe this restless feeling,
      And banish the thoughts of day.
Not from the grand old masters,
      Not from the bards sublime,
Whose distant footsteps echo
      Through the corridors of Time.
For, like strains of martial music,
      Their mighty thoughts suggest
Life’s endless toil and endeavor;
      And to-night I long for rest.
Read from some humbler poet,
      Whose songs gushed from his heart,
As showers from the clouds of summer,
      Or tears from the eyelids start;
Who, through long days of labor,
      And nights devoid of ease,
Still heard in his soul the music
      Of wonderful melodies.
Such songs have power to quiet
      The restless pulse of care,
And come like the benediction
      That follows after prayer.
Then read from the treasured volume
      The poem of thy choice,
And lend to the rhyme of the poet
      The beauty of thy voice.
And the night shall be filled with music,
      And the cares, that infest the day,
Shall fold their tents, like the Arabs,
      And as silently steal away.

Here’s the Oquaga Spirit’s Sacred Calm of Mind

In calm we see a mirror of God.
The lake that’s still reflects the Heavens.
A vision not spoiled by wave or ripple,
And is just as perfect as the sevens.

Be like the uncrossed morning lake
Not touched by boat nor swimmer.
Maintain that sacred calm of mind.
And in you eyes will be God’s glimmer.

The sacred calm of mind on Oquaga Lake
Oquaga Lake and the morning’s sacred calm of mind

 

 The Oquaga Spirit Speaks is available as a product on DSOworks.com. There we also find a thumbnail with a free presentation of the spirit’s poetry. I plan on give recitations on tour. .
Angelic media to paraphrase a great banjo player

Angelic Media to paraphrase a Great Comedian

Angelic Media to paraphrase a Great Comedian. For years I was the piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. I had the privilege  to accompany many comedians. Al Smith was one of my favorites. It was one of my busiest times: Seven days a week I performed the following afternoon and evening schedule:

Angelic media
Now in the American Museum Banjo Hall of Fame: Banjo player-comedian Al Smith. He could play two banjos at once.
  • 3:30 I played on a showboat sing-a-long that went around Oquaga Lake. Fun,fun,fun!
  • 4:30 I sometimes played the afternoon feature show.
  • 6-7 Elegant music for the dinner hour.
  • 7:30 -9:00 played with The Lake-Shore Four dance band
  • 9-10:30 Played for feature shows. Al Smith was frequently called upon. Audiences loved him.
  • 10:30 until closing: For dancing until everyone dropped.

So What is the Angelic Media All About?

When I worked with Al Smith, I was in awe of his timing of his excellent comic rhythm. During his show, Ray Scott, the owner, would be on the drums. Gary Holdridge, son in law, would play the organ. Al had  funny stories and many one liners. He also would play banjo classics during his act. Included, of course, was Oh Susanna.  One of his  most memorable lines, in my opinion, is: “My wife is an angel….She’s always in the air harping about something.”  Why was this so funny? Because of the double meaning of “harpy”. Its intended meaning had to do with the Greek concept of harpies. In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, a harpy (plural harpiesGreekἅρπυια,[1][2] harpyiapronounced [hárpyi̯a]Latinharpȳia) was a half-human and half-bird personification of storm winds, in Homeric poems.[3]

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Now, How does This Tie into the Angelic Media?

The news, in general, seems to continually harp on a few subjects. They have an obsession with statistics. Here is what the Oquaga Spirit has to say on this fixation. The poem which I quote is from the Oquaga Spirit Speaks.    It  is entitled: News.  The entire book is available as a product on DSOworks.com

Mercury-Hermes ran past
Wearing wing-tipped shoes.
I asked him why he hurried?
He said he carried news.

And so it is with man
Who must be in the know;
News must travel quickly’
Or in the trash it goes.

He dashes to the station
Where it will be broadcast
At the speed of light
To regions remote and vast.

But I just take my time
Walking down the path.
Hermes carries statistics.
I enjoy nature’s math.

 

Grand Poetic Revival is Just Around the Corner!

Grand Poetic Revival is Just Around the Corner! That’s remarkable. Poetry has been hiding for centuries. For example, most Chinese believe that the last time poetry peaked was in the Tang Dynasty.  That ended more than 1100 years ago.   The Golden Age of Russian Poetry is the name traditionally applied by Russian philologists to the first half of the 19th century.[1] It is also called the Age of Pushkin, after its most significant poet (in Nabokov‘s words, the greatest poet this world was blessed with since the time of Shakespeare[2]).  The history of American poetry is also  in rough shape. One example: American poetry published between 1910 and 1945 remains lost in the pages of small circulation political periodicals, particularly the ones on the left, destroyed by librarians during the 1950s McCarthy era.[2] 

Grand Poetic Revival
Russian Poet Alexander Pushkin. 1827. Oil on canvas

So How is A Grand Poetic Revival Just Around the Corner?

Issac Newton stated that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Poetry is a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to prose. The second body (poetry) is about to react contrary  to action first body. Given Newton’s Laws (1687), poetry should become popular for a  minimum of a few hundred years:  Note his third law:

Third law:When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body. The three laws of motion were first compiled by Isaac Newton in his Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), first published in 1687.[4]

A greater percentage of prose has degenerated to colorless “information.” Poetic techniques have flown out of the window with computer technology. Original analogy has all but disappeared. Those that are around are terribly overworked. In my opinion, the worse of the uncolorful current bunch is the word “issues.” To paraphrase Shakespeare, “issues” has “died a thousand deaths.”

I’ve written a book of poetry called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. After memorizing and practicing reciting the entire book, I am ready to tour. I hope the Oquaga Spirit will be the  herald a new and peaceful age. In the words of the Oquaga Spirit:

We live in an age of information
Well, information is fog.
Incite burns it away
So truth we are able to log.

Memory massage is accomplished through poetry

Mind Massage Effected Through Poetry

Mind Massage is effected through poetry.  This is because as physical massage benefits the body; poetry benefits the mind.  In order for this to happen, the poems should be beautiful and uplifting. Numerous articles agree on poetry’s beneficial effects.

Science Shows Something Surprising About Reading Poetry

Regions of the brain linked to memory showed more activity than the general reading network while reading poetry. The world today is dominated “left-brain tyranny,” focusing on details, logic, and metrics. On the other hand, the right-brain focuses on “context, empathy, and the big picture,” according to the award-winning playwright and creative consultant William Ayot. I believe that poetry is as therapeutic for the mind as massage is for the body. By analogy we  say, poetry is the art of massage applied to the mind.

Enter my book of poetry, “The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.” Oquaga Lake is perched almost 2,000 high in the Catskill Mountains. Almost every guest at the Lake House senses an immense spiritual presence around the lake. I became personally acquainted a particular spirit on hikes. In addition to being the house piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House, I often led daily”walks”. One of my favorites was to the peak of Bluestone Mountain. We would trek up to a mountain top quarry. Slabs and slates such in the picture below were everywhere. All would take home a prized piece of Deposit bluestone.  The spirit’s poetry would be added to the hike. Below is her relevant poem:

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mind massage by the poetry of the Oquaga Spirit
A genuine piece of Deposit bluestone inspires Indian art.

Mind Massage at Bluestone Mountain

Bluestone Mountain

A mountain of magical stone.
A giant wall of rock,
Quarried in antiquity
To build an ancient clock.

Shaped into evolving circles
By which lunar cycles were timed
And with it the arc of the Sun
Was harmonized in rhyme.

This mandala, wrought of Bluestone
A mystery yet it be;
Is called by the name Stonehenge
That so many still flock to see.

On a mountain of such stone dwell I,
Next to Oquaga Lake’s shore.
For the harmonious peace all around
It seems like Stonehenge at its core.

Mexican Sun Pyramid has a blueprint

Mexican Sun Pyramid Draws on Platonic Codes

Mexican Sun Pyramid Draws on Platonic Codes. Yes, there is an ancient temple plan. It dates back to Neolithic times. Plato used it. It was employed all around the world in antiquity. I discovered it in a vision while hiking around the loop by Oquaga Lake.  The same Ancient Temple Plan also graces the Mexican Sun Pyramid.  I discovered it by means a vision while hiking around Oquaga Lake. The special character of the lake nature is described in my book of poetry on DSOworks.com: The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. It can be downloaded.

I was walking down the main road by Scott’s golf course when I had the insight that forms the basis of this blog.

Teotihuacán
 Pyramid of the  Sun (click to see picture source)

Coordinates: 19°41′33″N 98°50′37.68″W

Add the length of  the perimeters of the four  triangles ABC, ADC, ABD and CDB.  Each one totals 2520′ ( 738 + 738 + 1044 = 2520) .  Four triangles = 10,080. Next, use pi as 22/7. A circle around diameter of length 10,080 = 31,680.

Mexican Sun Pyramid Parallels Plato’s Writings

Plato’s Ideal City uses the same numbers in his desciption of the Ideal City.  He states in Laws V: “(1) Mark off 5040 allotments. They must be cut in two so that “each contains a near piece and a distant piece- joining the piece next to the city with the piece furthest off.”. That totals 10,080 markings of land (5040 on each side of the radius). That equals the total of the sum of perimeters around the 4 triangles of the Sun Pyramid as described above.  A circle drawn around diameter 10,080 has a circumference of 31,680 . As 10,080 x 22/7 = 31,680. The co-incidence goes even further. John Michell explains defines the area of each of its 2520 pairs of rings. The combined area of each of the pairs is 31,680. Both the Mexican Sun Pyramid and the Ideal City use the same number tradition of prehistory.  I refer my reader to The City of Revelation by John Michell pgs. 84-86

Conclusion: At one time there existed a peaceful formula for civilization. Due to some kind of cataclysm, everything was destroyed.  This possibility is discussed by Immanuel Velikovsky (/ˌvɛliˈkɒfski/; Russian: Иммануи́л Велико́вский; IPA: [ɪmənʊˈil vʲɪlʲɪˈkofskʲɪj]; 10 June [O.S. 29 May] 1895 – 17 November 1979) He was a Russian-Jewish independent scholar best known as the author of a number of controversial books reinterpreting the events of ancient history, in particular the US bestseller Worlds in Collision published in 1950.[1] Earlier, he played a role in the founding of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel, and was a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.

Conclusion: I think that ancient ruins hold lost knowledge. Uncovering and understanding what’s in these ruins provides possible pathway way to peace. I think we are approaching another Golden Age. How good is that?

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John Michell quotes Plato’s Laws V which one of my sources for this blog.

A triad trinity is at the basis of any keysignature

Triad Trinity and Temples Play Tick-Tack-Toe?

 

Triad Trinity and Temples Play Tick-Tack-Toe. Musical Temples Become a  Reality in Tick Tack Toe Design. Here’s how: Right below is a blurry picture of the tick tack toe board blueprint that includes the basis of both the Holy Temples in Jerusalem. The First Temple based on the middle row of 3 vertical boxes. That corresponds to the pictured middle, vertical row of the C – E – G triad. On the 3 x 3 number square,  that relates to 9-5-1. The Second Temple was built to include the entire nine-boxed tick tack toe board. The 2nd temple extends the dimensions of the 1st to the left and right of 9-5-1. The First Temple was 60 x  20 cubits. According to the Tanach (Hebrew for Bible), he 2nd temple becomes 60 x 60 cubits.

Judaism and much of the beliefs of sacred  antiquity springs from this 3 x 3 board. It becomes apparent when the boxes are filled with numbers one to nine arranged so that any row of three totals 15. These 9 boxes, in a parallel way can also hold the  9 tones of the primary triads that define a key.The triad trinity  is named (Vertically left to right) tonic, dominant and sub dominant. In the key of “C”, the tonic is C-E-G. It  rests on the  central vertical row of the number square pictured  below.  Thus:

  • The triple-boxed shape of the 1st Temple is likened to the  middle 9-5-1 row of the 3 x 3 square.
  • The dominant of G-B-D occupies the same position as the 2-7-6 to the right.
  • The sub-dominant of F-A-C. occupies the same position as 4-3-8 to the left.

When used in combination, a triad trinity can be seen as outlining  the boundaries of the 2nd Temple. They also define the primary triads of C major.  The grid can hold the three primary triads of any key signature. These three key defining triads comprise 9 tones altogether.

Three main triads and Temples in Israel use the same form
Music as a part of service in the temple is quite fitting.

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Triad Trinity is, Top to Bottom and Vertically Left to Right-  Sub Dominant, Tonic, Dominant

Three Main Triads and the Holy Temples in Jerusalem Use the Same Design
Our pattern of three primary triads is sampled here in C major. It uses the same design as the Jerusalem Temples

So Where else in the Grid Do We Find the Concept of  Musical Temples?

  1. The same grid that was the foundation of the  two Jerusalem Temples sets the basic diatonic musical interval of the fifth by vibrations per second. They are A-440 and E- 660.  Take the numbers two at the time. Go around the perimeter either way. Here is how to find the A-440: 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440. Here is how to find the E- 660. You get the same sum either vertically or horizontally.  (49 + 35 +  81) + reversed as 94 + 53 + 18) + from the other side: (29 + 75 + 61)  + and again reversed (92 + 57 +16) = 660.
  2. The basic musical interval from which ancient and modern musical systems is the musical 5th. Our more modern music uses key signatures of the Circle of Fifths. Ancient music used individual tones derived by the actual fifth. The key or core number of the 3 x 3 number square is 5. Any other number placed in the center destroys its symmetry. This is the basis of its sacred order.

So How Did I Discover This Approach to the Trinity of Triads?

There is an American Indian spiritual presence on Oquaga Lake in the Catskill Mountains. For years I had been the piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. This spirit would accompany me on walks in wilderness. I call on it by the name of the Oquaga Spirit. On my product page of DSOworks I have some 80 of her poems. It is called, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. I also have a free thumbnail of me reading the spirit’s poetry. It is on the front page. Here is a sample couplet: If it’s life you wish to live and enjoy to the marrow, then get thee a walking stick and hear the morning sparrow. 

Oquaga Spirit Speaks

3 Measuring Rods of the Great Pyramid
Memory massage is accomplished through poetry

Slower Pace is Needed for Civilization

Slower Pace is Needed for Civilization. Many philosophers agree on this point. Henry David Thoreau stated: The art of simplification dictates a slow pace. Not frantic activity or restless movement: “Why should we live with such hurry and waste of life?” This he stated in Walden. My inspiration for a slower pace was also in the northeast. It happened on Oquaga Lake in Deposit New York. The result was my my book of poetry, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. I think of her as a sacred spirit that dwells around the lake. The Indian tribe that once lived  there was called the Lennie Lenape. They were a matriarchal tribe. Women made all  key and important decisions.  When a woman got married, she and her husband lived with the bride’s parents. The poem below was dictated to me by the spirit. While I was hiking around the lake, a man sprinted by me. After this happened, the spirit dictated the poem as fast as I could write it down.

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News is one of the some 100 poems dictated to me on Oquaga Lake. The book is available on DSOworks.com

News

Mercury Hermes ran past
Wearing wing-tipped shoes
I asked him why he hurried?
He said he carried news.

And so it is with man
Who must be in the know.
News must travel quickly
Or in the trash it goes.

He dashes to the station
Where it will be broadcast
At the speed of light
To regions remote and vast.

But I just take my time
Walking down the path,
Hermes carries statistics,
I enjoy nature’s math.

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This is part of the road that circles around Oquaga Lake. Hikers, joggers, sprinters all made the approximately 3 mile trek.

Above is a photo of the road that “Mercury Hermes”(a real runner)  was on when he sprinted  by me. In the picture above, the Oquaga Spirit was also on the same road.  As green as the forest is; that’s how blue the lake is on a sunny day.

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The intense, beautiful blue of spring fed Oquaga Lake
Magical Bluestone Rock Where the Lennie Lenape Dwelt

Magical Bluestone Rock from Bluestone Mountain

Magical Bluestone Rock from Bluestone Mountain at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. This is where: “The hills are alive with the sound of music”. The family has been keeping the music going 7 days/week. The Scotts have been called the Von Trapp family of the Catskills.

The Deposit, New York  variety of Bluestone only occurs around the Deposit New York. Bluestone in different varieties exist around the world. I discovered Bluestone Mountain Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. We lived at Blue Stone Farm during the Summer season. It is situated close to the foot of Oquaga Lake. The quarry actually extends down to the farm. Bluestone slabs were all around us.   At Scott’s I led hiking expeditions. We scaled Bluestone Mountain to the quarry. Slabs were actually cut, removed and stacked.  Many of my 266 blogs (and more to come) were inspired by an American Indian spirit. I sensed she was of the matriarchal Lennie Lenape tribe. This spirit enlightened me on Neolithic number squares and their hidden numerical codes. She also dictated  books of poetry.  The Oquaga Spirit Speaks is one of them.  It is currently available on DSOworks.com as a product. The rock was  prized  by my fellow hikers. Nobody left Scott’s without taking home a small rock.

Carn Menyn bluestones.These dolerite slabs, split by frost action, seem to be stacked ready for the taking and many have been removed over the centuries for use locally but it remains unresolved whether the Stonehenge bluestones were conveyed thence by human or glacial means.

Oquaga Lake is filled with magical bluestone rock
Children canoeing on spring fed Oquaga Lake. Atleast they are trying to without bumping into each other. Bluestone slabs also uderlie the lake.

The Poem About Magical Bluestone Mountain as Dictated by the Oquaga Spirit

A mountain of magical stone,
A giant wall of rock
Quarried in antiquity
To build a famous clock

Shaped into evolving circles
By which lunar cycles were timed;
And with it the arc of the Sun
Was harmonized in rhyme.

This mandala, wrought of bluestone,
A mystery yet it be;
Is called by the name Stonehenge
That so many still flock to see.

On such a mountain of bluestone dwell I
Next to Oquaga Lake’s shore.
With harmonious peace all around,
It seems like Stonehenge – at its core.

Oquaga Spirit Speaks

3 Measuring Rods of the Great Pyramid

Memory massage is accomplished through poetry

Staying Young: The Oquaga Spirit’s Advice

Staying Young: The Oquaga Spirit’s Advice. This spirit dwells around Oquaga Lake. Over 15 years it has communicated its wisdom to me. Her knowledge of Neolithic culture with its  priestly use of number squares is in the process of being posted on a new website. It is called Revivingantiquity.com. Currently it is under construction.  I, David, and Sharon with our creation of musicals, chamber music, opera, and works for symphonic orchestras and concert bands will stay on DSOworks.com  It all takes time- so please be patient. “Rome wasn’t built in a day” applies in this case. It is an adage attesting to the need for time to create great things. It is the usual English translation of a medieval French phrase, «Rome ne fu[t] pas faite toute en un jour», from the collection Li Proverbe au Vilain (published around 1190; reprinted here). The modern French form is «Rome ne s’est pas faite en un jour.»

The Oquaga Spirit Speaks About Staying Young in Her Poem, Never, Never Sit Still

Staying Young on Oquaga Lake According to the Oquaga Spirit.
The Beauty of Oquaga Lake as Viewed  from Scott’s Oquaga Lake House.

Never, Never Sit Still

Be like the wind to renew
Circulate and blow through.
Keeping in motion is youth’s potion.
Never, never sit still.

Air that sits in mass
Stifles and doesn’t pass.
It grows stale and makes one pale.
Never, never sit still.

The swamp decays
On stillborn days.
The stagnant calls for storm.

Keep the heart pumping!
Keep the mind thinking!
Never, never sit still!

For me, the Oquaga Spirit is very real. Everyone who goes to the lake can feel a special spiritual presence. This spirit chooses different ways to communicate with everyone. To most, she “radiates reassuring peace and sensations most sublime.” A few have tried to cross her. An example was a certain night watchman. He made quite a pest of himself. One evening he tumbled down a flight of stairs in Green Gables. He left a heel make over the bannister all the way down. It is still visible. The watchman literally crashed a party that was being held by a dance troup. He quit his job shortly afterwards, never to come back to Oquaga Lake.  Keep checking DSOworks.com for more stories about the spirit. Also soon, start to check out Revivingantiquity.com. A few posts are up.

 

 

Irish geography and the Irish mile stem from the same plan

Irish Mile and Landscape Come Together

Irish Mile and Landscape Come Together. First, let’s define terms.

  • What is an Irish mile? An Irish mile measures 6,720 feet. This is listed in Ancient Metrology by John Michell.
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  • Where does the 6.720 foot Irish mile stem from? At one time this was common knowledge. I redicovered it on Oquaga Lake thanks to a spirit that dwells on and around the lake (picture below). She also dictated an entire book of poetry, It is called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, available on DSOworks.com For this blog I copy an excerpt from my last blog about the Welsh mile.
    The Welsch Mile Comes From the Same Magic Square as the Chineese Lo Shu
    In a former unified world view, the 3 x 3 number square also gave rise to the Welsh mile.
     This is also a modern representation of the Lo Shu square as a magic square.

    First, a quick review of the Welsh mile: Numbers of this square were typically divided into two sections. They were the corner of 4 numbers and the left over gnomon of 5 numbers. Different civilizations used different corners and gnomons. For the Welsh mile, remove the 4 number corner of 9,2,5 and 7. Then multiply the left over  gnomon as 4 x 3 x 9 x 1 x 6  = 576. . For the tenfold number of 5760, a synthetic zero was added. I must first ask my reader to note, the square has no number 10. It consists only of the first nine digits. This is because 10  was a synthetic number: Any two of the opposite digits on the 3 x 3 square total 10. These include 4 + 6;  3 + 7;  2 + 8; and  9 + 1. Zero was not considered to be a freely existing number for that reason.This number as the Welsh mile was given measure by the English 12 inch foot.  My source for the Welsh mile is Ancient Metrology by John Michell.

    SO WHERE IS THE 5,760 FOOT LONG IRISH MILE?

    Look to the same number square pictured above. We will just take different corner and gnomon. For the Irish mile, multiply the gnomon numbers 2 x 7 x 6 x 1 8 = 672. Again, like the Welsh mile, we add the synthetic zero.  The coindicence of this gnomon/corner division goes even deeper for Ireland. The due East-West line through the center of Ireland neatly fits into the overall landscape of a pentagon . This is pictured in the book: Twelve Tribe Nations and the Science of Enchanting the Landscape. It is written by John Michell and Christone Rhone. Now once more  back to our universally used Neolithic number square. Multiply the four corner numbers as 4 x 9 x 3 x 5 = 540. That states the number of degrees in a pentagon. Thus the following comes out of this particular gnomic/corner division: Not only the length of the Irish mile; but the shape of the pentagon employed that this mile measured.

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    The pentagonal scheme of Ireland in on page 53 of this book.

    I believe these re-discoveries will reinstitute a new vision for peace and harmony based on this common source for our sciences and arts. May the Oquaga Spirit be with you!

    'Not even rain will stop these diehard fishermen'
    Fishing for the truth on Oquaga Lake. It is the home of the Oquaga Spirit. Here  she enlightened me on the 3 x 3 number square. I know her to be from the Lennie Lenape tribe of Indians