Six Hundred Sixty is an Incredible Number

Six Hundred Sixty is an Incredible Number. It’s used for horse racing. Of course, horse racing was big on Atlantis. The only primary sources for Atlantis are Plato’s dialogues Timaeus and Critias.  All other mentions of the island are based on them. The dialogues claim to quote King Solon This king visited Egypt between 590 and 580 BC. Plato states  that king translated Egyptian records of Atlantis.[20] Written in 360 BC, Plato introduced Atlantis to the world in Timaeus

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Vestiges of Atlantis?

So Where is Six Hundred Sixty From?

Answer: From a lost civilization. Atlantis qualifies as such. This number (660) specified the number of feet in a furlong. It comes from the prime number square of antiquity: The 3 x 3 number square.

Civilization Has a Key Number – Six Hundred and Sixty (660). It is mostly known  as the number of feet in a furlong.  In the featured picture distances for horses are usually marked by furlongs. A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and U.S. customary units equal to one-eighth of a mile, equivalent to 660 feet, 220 yards, 40 rods, or 10 chains. Six hundred and sixty also specifies a musical tone: Diatonic E in vibrations per second. Ancient instruments have been unearthed. We know how their tones vibrate.

Now Look at Six Hundred Sixty as Horizontal Totals Viewed Two Numbers  at the Time

In its utter simplicity we find the ultimate complexity
Here is the banner of civilization. It hides number 660.
  • Horizontal totals: 49 + 61 = 110. Next, 94 + 16 =110. Second group: 35 + 75 =110. Reversed, 53 + 57 = 110. Third horizontal group: 81 + 29 =110. Reversed 18 + 92 =110. Total these 6 horizontal grouping = 660.
Tetrahedron.png Hexahedron.png Octahedron.png Dodecahedron.png Icosahedron.png
Tetrahedron {3, 3} Cube {4, 3} Octahedron {3, 4} Dodecahedron {5, 3} Icosahedron {3, 5}

Again Plato enters into the picture. These regular solids are named after this great philosopher. The hidden 660 also runs parallel to the 5 Platonic solids. The core number is “5”. “Five” is the core  of the 3 x 3 number square  Of the solids, the tetrahedron has 4 faces. The cube has 6. An octahedron has 8 faces. The dodecahedron has 12. The icosahedron has 20. Add the faces on the individual squares together as: 4²  +  6²  +  8²  + 12²  + 20² = 660. If you studied the blogs, here is what becomes apparent: Neolithic priests knew that  the 3 x 3 number square was  the stamping mill of the Universe.With all our “advanced” technology we don not even know that today. We are talking some 11,000 years later! Conclusion:  Number square knowledge can make our culture harmonious like the distant past. . That is the goal.

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Prime Number Square Overview 7 Combinations


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