MATHEMATICS OF ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE
(Original Title: Mayan Treasure: Space and Time Unified at Teotihuacan)

RESEARCH SUMMARY NO.6: 1971--2008


by Hugh Harleston, Jr.

[Reedited: 21 June 2008]
SECTION I: 2002
SECTION II: 2003
SECTION III: 2004
SECTION IV: 2004
SECTION V: 2005
[ [SECTION VI: 2008] ]
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(File Ref. AA-07T2 – 01-IX-08)

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Teotihuacan figurine. Two double circles (1,512) multiplied by 9, the necklace beads, equals 13,608: the number of Jupiter/Saturn conjunctions in a Numerical Ark of height 57 STU (Fig.3, Sect.I.) 13,608x100 are 1,360,800 days: Mayan Long Count 9.9.0.0.0 marking 400 Saturns and 378 Jupiter synodic orbits, plus 378 addi- tional days, (Sect.I, Fig.5.) Teotihuacan’s base is 378 units= Saturn’s synodic orbit.
Its architecture = submultiples of factorial 9! and duplicates musical tone numbers.
Hugh Harleston, Jr., P.O.Box 43-1192, SAN DIEGO, CA. 92143-1192
[e-mail: harleston13(at)yahoo.com]


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DISK: AA-07T2 // 21-III-08



Also see: A Mayan Milestone at http://earthmatrix.com/harleston/index.html