Giant Avebury Emesh is pre-Noah

Giant Avebury Emesh is pre-Noah. First of all, what is emesh? Second,  am I referring to Avebury, England? Third, how is “emesh” giant? Yes, I know. The picture above features Avebury. It also features a bed in breakfast. However, they also offer a nice map.

  • What is Emesh? It actually denotes a forgotten unit of measure called  the “hunab.” It is 3.41 feet.
      1. The hunab’s use is also found at the Central American Mexican Pyramid of the Sun:  (See Peter Tompkins Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids). This measure uses the ancient traditional measures based on derivation by fives and sixes as: (5 x 5 x 5) + (6 x 6 x 6) = 341. I took this information from my previous blog on DSOworks.com called “Measure Proves a Pre-Genesis Citadel in Mexico.”

    A Fascinating Note as Five meets Six Again!

    341 as  (5 x 5 x 5 ) + (6 x 6 x 6) refers to world before Genesis. Here’s how: The name of the pre-creation God was Emesh  אֶ֣מֶשׁ: “Laban said unto Jacob: The God of your fathers, Emesh, said to me…” In Hebrew “Emesh” literally means “yesternight.” Reference Genesis (31:29). Letters doubled as numbers in middle eastern languages. There were no separate numbers apart from letters. Here are the letters in Hebrew with the representative numbers of emesh. אֶ֣מֶשׁ:  Alef = 1; Mem = 40; shin = 300. 1 + 40 + 300 = 341.  Ancient Hebrew (and modern) have the same symbol representing both a letter and a number. Below is a link on our other DSO website.

  • Prime Number Square Overview 7 Combinations
    Five meets six here
    The megalithic yard measured Stonehenge. Again five meets six as (5 x 6) / (5 + 6)= 2.72. The megalithic yard is 2,72 feet was universally used. (see internal link below):

    Five Meets Six as Yin Meets Yang in Antiquity

    Giant Avebury Emesh is also Found in Southern England

    Giant Avebury Emesh
    An Excellent Source for Ancient Measurements. Enlgand’s largest prehistoric tomb is 340 feet long.

    My source for the following measure is Mysterious Places edited by Jennifer Westwood. See page 32. England’s largest prehistoric tomb is 340 feet long. By a well-known ancient tradition called “colel”, “one” could be added to a sum without altering its essence. It allowed for the presence of the Deity. Also, the 12 inch foot is not an anachronism. It was well known in ancient times.  Proof:  The cubic inch of gold was a standard weight. A cube has 12 sides:  12 x 1 = 12 inches or one “British “foot. Examples of the cubic inch of gold are to be found in the British Museum.

    So Where is Proof of the Giant Avebury Emesh?

    At Avebury a tomb, possibly dating back to 3350 B.C., was constructed. Its length was 340 feet. With the +1 tradition, we again find “emesh”-The name of the pre-creation God.

    Why bother with all this math and arithmetic. At one time a Golden Age was buoyed up by balancing yin and yang. Balance is the key to harmonious and happy living. The key to balance was number squares: More on this to come.

     

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