Standard Teotihuacan Unit (STU) Trio Full, 1/2 & 1/4
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Standard Teotihuacan Unit STU Temple Complex Layout Design Surveyed by Hugh Harleston Jr. UAC-Kan Research Group Ancient Olmec Mayan Aztec Hunab Geometric is Double Twice 2x Value of Royal Cubit Unit of Great Pyramid of Giza Dimensions Hugh Harleston Equates Earth Measure to Hunab Ku Mexican God of Time and Cosmos of Hamlets Mill Wheel of Time Whorl Spirals Carvings of Archaic Rock Petroglyphs Ancient Earth Matrix Leyline System
Hugh Harleston Jr., who determined the unit of measure used to survey the vast ancient temple complex of step pyramids, canals, plazas, and avenues, at Teotihuacan (near Mexico City), the archaic unit measure length dubbed the hunab, named after the ancient mexican god of the cosmos and time, Hunab Ku, has demonstrated that the hunab (also called the STU, the Standard Teotihuacan Unit) was earth commensurate, a reduced embodiment of the dimensions of the earth, as is the egyptian royal cubit, which is 1/2 the length of the hunab, not conicidentally, both determined by the rate of precession, the rate of the slow wobble of the earths axis, which is apparent by the slight shift of the constellations, counterclockwise, from year to year, because of the wobble, whose rate is 72 years/degree.
This archaic yet accurate scheme for geometry (earth measure) was achieved by measuring precession according to the methodology probably measured with the legendary Mayan Staff of Power, in the case of the ancient Mexicans, and a device such as the Dixon Relict, which was discovered inside of the Great Pyramid, used for earth measure (geo metry) by the Egyptians, both having the utility of the modern application of them, Crichton Millers Celtic Cross, as well as, the ancient Mauis Tanawa and the Antikythera Mechanism; all designed to measure time for geometry (which means earth measure).
Harleston has rightly established that the egyptian and ancient mexican measuring standards are of the same root, the evidence speaks for itself, but the hows and whys of the obviously direct linkage have been (to this point apparently) unbeknownst to him, so I hope that those of you who know him will forward article #2 for his understanding that the ancient global navigators measured the Wheel of Time, eloquently theorized in the groundbreaking book on archaic precession mapping entitled Hamlets Mill, and now known to have happened by this method. They very accurately measured the earth, and thereby, were enabled to accurately navigate and map it, and survey their structures earth commensurately, according to the dimensions of the earth, by measuring time, the wobble rate of the earths axis (72 yrs/degree).
The concept of the Wheel of Time, the precession cycle, which would cycle once in 25,920 years, is expressed in the archaic rockart found in many parts of the world, etchings of spirals, called whorls, which reveal the ancient conceptions about ongoing cycles of precession, great lengths of time (like the babylonian and hindu yugas of time), which of course, they had no way of knowing, but believed on faith, defying the account brought through the Deluge by Noah (Manu/Coxcox), however, still remembering the Deluge in most tribal legendary recollections.
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