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 numbers288, 48, 216, 96, 36 [Part 6,p.2023;Fig.8A;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 timemodel 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.2526.] 9.) 9.) Future research is suggested [p.2427A.] Additional bibliography is given [p.29.] Additional conclusions are presented [p.28.]
Hugh Harleston, Jr. 21March2003 DISK: MAYSUP03T.DOC / HH / 12IV03 (corr. 09VIII06)
