Harappan City Block Invokes Egyptian Remen by number. Evidence keeps mounting for the existence of a universal civilization. It harbored a Golden Age of Peace and Plenty. But nothing lasts forever. Time and its effects are cyclic. The Harappan Civilization has its earliest roots in cultures such as that of Mehrgarh. This was approximately 6000 BC. The two greatest cities, Mohenjo-daro and Harappa, emerged circa 2600 BC. That is extremely close to date of the the building of the Great Pyramid. The Harappan cities were along the Indus River valley in Punjab and Sindh.
Harappan City Block Invokes the Egyptian Remen?
The Egyptian remen is 1.2165 feet or 14.6 inches in length. In antiquity essence came with number. Different units of measure could invoke the same essence if they used the same number. As Jay Hambidge demonstrated, numbers of various measurements were based on the square Egyptian remen and its extended diagonal. To see an illustration and to understand this, please click on the internal link immediately below.
|The Great Pyramid of Giza|
|Ancient name||Khufu’s Horizon|
|Constructed||c. 2580–2560 BC (4th dynasty)|
So what number are we searching for? 146. An Egyptian remen equals 14.6 inches. Rectangular Harappan City blocks measured 1200 x 800 feet.
Note the following Great Pyramid parallels:
- One side of the square base of the Great Pyramid is 440 shorter Egyptian cubits. The Harappan city block is 440 megalithic yards in length. A megalithic yard is 30 ÷ 11 feet. A megalithic yard equals 2.727272…feet. That is commensurate to 1200 feet. 1200 feet is the length dimension of the Harappan block.
- The perimeter of the Harppan block is 4,000 feet. That equals 146 & 2/3 megalithic yards. That parallels the 14.6 inch number of the Egyptian remen.
- Should you think this is merely a rough co-incidence consider this: In ancient Hebrew, letters doubled as numbers. There were no separate symbols for each. The Hebrew word for “world” is “olam”: The 1st letter, ayin = 70. vav = 6, lamed = 30 and mem = 40. Thus, 70 + 6 + 30 + 40 = 146. Measurement in the ancient world was conceived by the 14.6 inch remen.