Forgotten Code is Based on the Egyptian Remen

Forgotten Code is Based on the Egyptian Remen. This forgotten code is hidden in the Hebrew Torah. It found in the most sacred Jewish Prayer. The 1st six words in Deuteronomy 6:4 offer the measure. Here is the mathematical law: A diagonal drawn from a corner that bisects the opposite side of the square in half is always 1.118 times longer than any side of the square. 

In Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. This was true of many Middle Eastern languages. It was called by a Greek name, “gematria”. For confirmation of the next point, please ask anyone knowledgeable in Hebrew. The gematria of the six Torah words spelled below is 1118. This sets the staff of measure for the ancient world. Jay Hambidge discovered the remen’s use in the early 1900’s as you will shortly see. A  square is defined by points AKB (fourth point of the initial square is not lettered).  The diagonal drawn from point “A” that bisects line KB is 1.118 times longer than the remen. Its actual length is 1.36 feet. Note: 1.2165…(one remen in feet)  x 1.118 (half diagonal = 1.3600….feet. ) This is precisely 1/2 of the ancient megalithic yard of 2.72 feet.

It becomes more amazing: The three letter root for Hebrew is spelled in Hebrew letters as ayin, veis and reisch. It means “to cross over.” These three letters have a gematria of exactly 272. These numbers specify the megalithic yard of 2.72 feet. What is also crossed over is the unit of measurement from the foot  to the megalithic yard.

Forgotten Code Even More Evidence

Even more amazing yet is this internal link to the prayer book spelling of Deuteronomy 6:4. Its numerical equivalent is 1106.  With its different spelling of the Lord’s  name, it offers an ancient temple plan that was once used all over the Earth- not only in Israel. To view this ancient temple plan click on the following internal link.

 

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The ubiquitous use of the megalithic yard was rediscovered by professor Alexander Thom of Oxford University in England. Alexander “Sandy” Thom (26 March 1894 – 7 November 1985) was a Scottish engineer most famous for his theory of the Megalithic yard, categorization of stone circles and his studies of Stonehenge and other archaeological sites.[1][unreliable source?]

 

 שְׁמַע, יִשְׂרָאֵל:  יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ, יְהוָה אֶחָד. 6:4 Hear, O Israel: the LORD our God, the LORD is one.

 Forgotten Code Found in the Remen

Remen Measure was Known by Moses. According to the Hebrew Bible, he was adopted by an Egyptian princess.  Later in life became the leader of the Israelites and lawgiver.  He is generally credited with the authorship of the Torah, or acquisition of the Torah. His position in Egypt gave him access to knowledge possessed by  the higher echelons of royalty.

Jay Hambidge discovered a canon of measures in antiquity. This was at the turn of the 1900’s. The Egyptian remen is the basis of most ancient measure. The remen, when multiplied by the square roots of basic numbers (2,3,4,5,6,..) create the ancient measures in terms of the 12″ foot.

1.2165 feet = 1 remen
1.2165 feet x √2 = 1.72 feet – one royal cubit
1.2165 feet x √3 = 2.107 feet- one Palestinian cubit
1.2165 feet x  √4 = 2.43 feet – one Roman pace
1.2165 feet x  √5 = 2.72 feet – one megalithic yard etc., up to

 

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