It's a bit like the question about old architecture and statues etc that we can't make today. We've been massively dumbed down and de-skilled to the point that we find it hard to believe we were ever capable of such things, especially with the fake historical narrative. They could work out the logs using multiplication and subtraction, just with many stages - very slow and tedious work. I came across a great book once called 'The Quadrivium' which explains how they created a lot of the shapes and made measurements, very clever stuff.

According to Plato, a core of mathematical knowledge – later known as the Quadrivium – was essential for an understanding of the Universe. The curriculum was outlined in Plato’s Republic. The…

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According to Plato, a core of mathematical knowledge – later known as the Quadrivium – was essential for an understanding of the Universe. The curriculum was outlined in Plato’s

*Republic*. The name Quadrivium means four ways, but this term was not used until the time of Boethius in the 6th century AD

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Top Left: Arithmetic. Top Right: Geometry. Bottom Left: Music. Bottom Right: Astronomy

I taught maths for a while and loved looking into ancient maths, even before I discovered stolen history! I think there is a lot to discover there. For instance, when I taught Pythagoras I also talked about his mystery school a bit. The really interesting point from his theory really sent my head spinning when I think about it. In the early days his theory caused huge outrage, I'll try and explain why - the upshot is that it suggests we live in a fake or manufactured reality......

So if you know this theory it is that the square of the two shorter sides of a right angled triangle added together will equal the square of the longest side. The classic example is the 3, 4, 5 triangle, 3 sq = 9 , 4 sq = 16, 5 sq = 25 and we can see that 9 + 16 = 25 - no problem here. The trouble is when you have a triangle with the two shorter sides of say 1cm each. To get the long side we add 1 sq + 1 sq = 2, so the long side is the square root of 2. This caused the outrage, as the square root of 2 is an irrational number, i.e. it goes on forever. It was felt that in nature everything could be expressed as a ratio (fraction) but the square root of 2 cannot. The way I picture it is if you measure out two sides of a triangle at 1m, then try and measure the long side you can never get an exact measurement. Imagine you have a fractal ruler that you can zoom in on - mm, then micro, nano, pico, femto etc - you could literally zoom in forever, and the edge of the triangle would never match up with the any of the measurement marks, even though you could theoretically keep zooming in forever. This is why they were upset, they didn't think reality worked like that and hence this theory was heresy! It feels like a computer glitch to me, endless loop!

Also Velikovski told us that our calendar used to have 360 days exactly at one time. Hence 360 degrees in a circle. 12 months of 30 days exactly, which is how long it actually took the moon to orbit back then. We see 3, 6 and 9 all over here! Something happened to distort all of this, those extra 5 days at the end of the year after christmas always feel like they don't belong to the rest of the year, or is that just me? So we've gone from perfect numbers to distorted ones, 365 and a quarter days in a year and 29 and a bit days in a month - yuck!