1.) A series of 5 numbers -- 288, 48, 216, 96, 36 -- is given by key STU dimensions in four different sectors of Teotihuacan [see Maps, pp.10, 11.]

2.) A 1926 study of the Greek Parthenon, in Pythagorean Diatonic Units, presents 5 key numbers--288, 48, 216, 96, 36 [Part 6,p.20-23;Fig.8-A;Tabulation 8.]

3.) Teotihuacan's architecture is based on factorials 1! through 16! [Part 1, p.2 - 4] Squares, cubes and decimals appear as dimensions [Part 2, p.5 - 6.]

4.) Mayans knew decimals and could have known, via factorials, the natural loga- rithmic base "e." By raising e to the exponent "twelfth root of the number 2" a unique series is obtained: 2.88 48 216 96 36 [Part 3, p.7 - 9.]

5.) Mayan data interlocks when organized as a multidimensional matrix. With an intentionally inexact, rational Pi, Mayan STU's and a rotating sphere, integral relationships are defined for lines, degrees, area & volume of a scale model of earth, plus time: days, synodic counts and repeating events [Part 4, p.12 - 14.]

6.) Five ancient systems -- Hebrew Qabala, Greek Gematria, Egyptian hieroglyphs, Hindu and Chinese astronomy -- identified many of the same numbers as significant. These have not been found to link Jupiter, Saturn and other planetary reappearances as do Mayan parameters that unify space/time in Teotihuacan's architecture, a time-model of the solar system [Part 5, p.15 - 19.]

7.) The Qabalist Sepher Yetsira confirms ancient Hebrews knew the first seven factorials [Part 5, p.17.] Qabalists view the number "6" as a key

to creation [p.16.] Mayans held "6" to be of primary importance for multidimensionals [p.14.] The number 6 would be the sixth number in

Mayan and Greek structures.

8.) Mayan iconography communicates counts with geometric codes [pp.25-26.]

9.) 9.) Future research is suggested [p.24-27A.] Additional bibliography is given [p.29.] Additional conclusions are presented [p.28.]

 

Hugh Harleston, Jr. 21-March-2003

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