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Contemporary Earth measurements:

Size Value Unit
Equatorial radius 6378.14 km
Polar radius 6356.75 km
Medium radius 6370.0 km
Equator's length 40075,704 km
Earth's circumference along the meridians 40008,548 km
Ancient Earth measurements:

Size Value Unit
Equatorial radius 6378, 75 km
Polar radius 6350.4 km
Average equatorial radius 6400 km
Average length of the equator 40,000 km
Earth circumference along the meridians 40007.5 km
The length, beginning and end of the year takes place at the moment when people accepted on the basis of a contract.

It is assumed that the ancient Greeks developed a scientific method of research surrounding their world through experiments. They also suggested for the first time that matter consists of atoms - basic particles that can not be broken further. The development of philosophy and science, art and culture has contributed to the creation of a powerful empire (community of nations). Eratosthenes, a Greek philosopher, mathematician, astronomer and geographer, and chronology researcher, was the first to propose a leap year, an additional day in the calendar every 4 years.

Eratosthenes, a Greek mathematician and astronomer, head of the famous Alexandrian library during the reign of Ptolemy III Euergetes, went down in history mainly because of the measurement of the Earth. The first introduced the name
geography for this department of science, which today we call geodesy. He used a device called "skafe". It is a hollow spherical globe with a vertical rod (gnomon or polos) in the middle of its bottom, also serving as a sundial. He observed the change of the shadow location of the polosa on the "skafe" wall and noted the place where he fell
the shortest shadow on the day of the summer position of the Sun. He reasoned that the shadow measured on the spherical inner surface of the "skafe" is an arc equal to the difference in latitude of Syene and Alexandria. The arch rated it as 1/50 of a part of the full angle (i.e., 7 ° 12 '). Eratosthenes determined the distance Syene / Alexandria to an equal 1/50 of the Earth's circumference. Distance Syene / Alexandria was estimated at 5,000 stadiums and the perimeter of the Earth on 250,000 stadiums. But Eratosthenes has "rounded" this value to 252,000, because the number is completely divided by 360. In this way, he assigned a distance of 778.5 stadiums to the 1,111111111111111 ° arc on the surface of the Earth.

787,5 / 111,1111111111111 = 7,0875

7,0875 / 1,008 = 7,03125

7,0122,5 * 50 = 351,5625

7,031,5 * 51.84 (elbow from Nippur) = 364.5 days (tropical year)

778.5 + 7.0875 = 794.5875

794.5875-0.7875 = 793.8

794.5875 / 0.7875 = 1009

793.8 / 0.7875 = 1008

793.8 / 3 = 264.6 ( autumn equinox, Neo-Sumerian period)

In Genesis 10:25, there is talk of the division of land into administrative districts . Every significant kingdom, city-state and merchant guild had their own standards of measures and weights. Gudea from Lagash was one of the Mesopotamian rulers who unified the metrological system.

7.111111111111111 * 7.29 = 51.84 (cubit of Nippur)



367.5 (peryhelium) / 3 = 122.5

2/3 + 1/3 = 3/3 = 1

122.5 * 2 + 122.5 = 245 + 122.5 = 367.5

367.5 (perihelion) / 7.5 / 7 = 7

25 * 2.4 = 60

24 * 2.5 = 60 1/25

= 0.04

0.04 * 60 = 2.4

1/24 = 0.0416666666666667

0.0416666666666667 * 60 = 2.5

0.0416666666666667 * 1.008 = 0.042

0.042 * 60 = 2.52

2.5 * 1.008 = 2.52

0.042 * 1000 (ancient unit of measure) = 42 ***

42/7 = 6

42 * 30 = 1260

84 * 30 = 2520

1000 (ancient unit of measure) / 360 = 2.777777777777778

10 * 10 * 10 = 1000 (ancient unit of measure)

1/360

= 0.0027777777777778 10/360 = 0.0277777777777778

100/360 = 0.2777777777777778

Ancient rule: one day as 1000 years and one thousand years as one day

1 day = 1000 years

0.0027777777777778 (one day) * 1000 (one thousand years) * 360 (perfect year of the year) = 1000 ** *

1000 (ancient unit of measure) / 1,6 = 625

1000 (ancient unit of measure) / 3 = 33.3333333333333

1000 (ancient unit of measure) / 30 = 33.33333333333333

1000 (ancient unit of measure) / 300 = 3.333333333333333

30 * 12 (months) = 360 (perfect year of the year)

360 * 3.2 (ancient pi) = 1152

1008 (ancient unit of measure) / 1152 = 0.875

0.875 * 51.84 (cubit from Nippur) = 45.36

0.875 * (51.84 (cubit from Nippur) / 1.008) = 45

(45/42) * 7 = 7.5

(45/42) * 7 * 7 = 52.5 (royal cubit)

(45/42) * 7 * 7.5 = 56.25

360 / 6.4 (2 pi) = 56.26

56.25 * 7 = 393.75

393.75 / 1.5 degrees = 262.5 (autumn equinox)

262.5 (autumn equinox) * 1.008 (ancient unit of measure) = 264.6 ( autumn equinox, Neo-Sumerian period)

264.6 (autumn equinox,Neo-Sumerian period) / 1.5 degrees = 176.4 ***

176.4 * 10 = 1764

1764 + 180 = 1944

Timeline:

1764 BC - 1754 BC - period of great conquests by Hammurabi.

(...) Hammurabi made Marduk the chief god of Babylon and the guardian of the state. This step was aimed at greater consolidation of the state. In 1787 BCE conquered Uruk and Isin, and in 1764 BC the coalition of Elam, Subart, Gutejczyków, Esznunna and Malgium won. In 1763 BC allied with Mari and Eshnunna he conquered Lars, beating the local króla- Rim-sin I (1822-1763 BC) in 1761. Defeated his former sprzymierzeńca- Zimri-Lim, king of Mari (1779-1757 BC). Then he took Assyria. In 1757 it finally occupied the city of Mari and destroyed the Zimrilim palace. In 1755 BC, he cut off the supply of water to Esznunno and took this city by defeating his king Ibal-pi-ela II. This is how the empire was created, including all of Mesopotamia. His political center was Babylon. Hammurabi took further steps to strengthen his country. He published the famous code, which is the peak legal achievement of Mesopotamia, is also the most comprehensive code of the Ancient East. Stela with this codex was found in 1902 in Susa. It deals with the issues of property law, marriage, inheritance law, bodily injury, homicide, activities and the remuneration of certain professionals, economic trappings and slaves. It applies the principle: "eye for an eye, tooth for tooth" (...)

Debt Canceling Debts in History :

However, the greatest achievement of Hamburabi was the basing of the state economy on the system of universal debt relief.

"La remise des dettes au pays de Canaan au premier millénaire avant notre ère "

La longue tradition des annulations de dettes en Mésopotamie et en Egypte du 3e au 1er millénaire av. J-C

Endettement privé et abolition des dettes dans la Rome antique



(Part 2)
Canceling Debt History (Part 3)
Canceling Debts in History (Part 4)
Hammurabi, King of Babylon and Debt Relief

The Hammurabi Code is in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The term 'codex' is inappropriate because what Hammurabi left us is rather a set of rules and judgments about the relationship between public authority and citizens. Hammurabi began his 42-year reign as king of Babylon (in present-day Iraq) in 1792 BC. Most history textbooks do not mention that, like other rulers of city-states in Mesopotamia, Hammurabi began by officially abolishing the debts of all citizens against the government, high dignitaries and powerful in the state. The so-called. The Hammurabi Code is dated to 1762 BC. At his conclusion, he says: «May the mighty not oppress the weak.

In Hammurabi's time, social, economic and political life was organized around the temple and around the palace. These two closely interwoven institutions with their numerous employees, craftsmen and, of course, scribes, constituted the state apparatus, which is virtually no different from today's power structure. The temple and the palace provided their employees with food and accommodation: they usually received food rations that were equivalent to two full meals a day. The peasants were granted land plots that were rented to them, and a tool, donkeys, breeding animals, seed and water for irrigation were provided so that they could produce food for the needs of workers and dignitaries. In addition to leased land, many peasants also had their own land, tools, flock, etc. When the crops were poor, they were growing in debt. Debt also appeared when they borrowed privately from the high officials and dignitaries of the state, the fawns would quickly enrich themselves and take peasant property in the event of insolvency. If the villagers could not pay the debt, they could find themselves in the situation of servants or slaves, as did their family members. In order to ensure social peace and stability, and especially to protect the peasants from deteriorating their living conditions, the authorities from time to time have canceled all debts and restored the original rights of the peasants. At the same time, it is interesting that such widespread debt forgiveness has never concerned the debts between buyers. fawns would get rich quickly and take peasant property in the event of insolvency. If the villagers could not pay the debt, they could find themselves in the situation of servants or slaves, as did their family members. In order to ensure social peace and stability, and especially to protect the peasants from deteriorating their living conditions, the authorities from time to time have canceled all debts and restored the original rights of the peasants. At the same time, it is interesting that such widespread debt forgiveness has never concerned the debts between buyers. fawns would get rich quickly and take peasant property in the event of insolvency. If the villagers could not pay the debt, they could find themselves in the situation of servants or slaves, as did their family members. In order to ensure social peace and stability, and especially to protect the peasants from deteriorating their living conditions, the authorities from time to time have canceled all debts and restored the original rights of the peasants. At the same time, it is interesting that such widespread debt forgiveness has never concerned the debts between buyers. In order to protect the peasants from the deterioration of their living conditions, the authorities from time to time have canceled all debts and restored the original rights of the peasants. At the same time, it is interesting that such widespread debt forgiveness has never concerned the debts between buyers. In order to protect the peasants from the deterioration of their living conditions, the authorities from time to time have canceled all debts and restored the original rights of the peasants. At the same time, it is interesting that such widespread debt forgiveness has never concerned the debts between buyers.

Universal cancellation of debts in Mesopotamia for 1000 years

The announcement of general debt forgiveness began well before Hammurabi's reign and continued after him. There is evidence of such a debt cancellation in 2400 BC, or six hundred years before the rule of Hammurabi, in the city of Lagash in Sumer. The latest known case is the year 1400 BC. in the city of Nuzi. Overall, historians have certainly found about thirty general cancellations of debt in the period 2400-1400 BC. Michael Hudson rightly states that widespread debt forgiveness was one of the most characteristic features in the societies of the Bronze Age in Mesopotamia. In fact, we know many Mesopotamian terms that have been described as such: amargi in Lagash, nig-sisa in Ur Chaldejskim, andurar in Aszur, misharum in Babylon, szudutu in Nuzi.

This announcement of debt forgiveness took place on the occasion of great celebrations, usually during the spring celebrations of the New Year. During the reign of the House of Hammurabi dynasty, a tradition of mass breaking of clay tablets with a record of debts was initiated. Normally, in the temple, the authorities kept strict records of such a kind of sworn debt. When Hammurabi died in 1749 after 42 years of rule, his successor Shamsuilun abolished all debts to the state and ordered the destruction of all the debt plates except for those concerning the debts sworn by the merchants.

The first general debt cancellation announced by Ammisadukka, the last ruler of the Hammurabi dynasty who sat on the throne in 1646 BC, was very detailed, clearly to prevent the use of possible loopholes by creditors. The decree of cancellation decided that official creditors and tax collectors who expropriated peasants for debts should give them compensation and return their original property to them under pain of enforcement. If the creditor has taken possession of the debtor's property with violence, and now he does not want to give it back or pay it off in full, the death penalty awaits him.

By virtue of this decree, commissions have been set up to review all property contracts and annul those that have been subject to debt cancellation, with a view to restoring the original status, status quo ante. The execution of this decree was so much easier that expropriated peasants usually continued to work on the same land, even if it had already become the property of the creditor. By invalidating such contracts and ordering creditors compensation to their victims, the authorities restored peasants' rights. A little over 200 years later, their situation was to change for the worse.

Limitations in debt forgiveness

In the Bronze Age in Mesopotamia, those who fell into slavery for debt were liberated, unlike other categories of slaves, such as prisoners of war. Nevertheless, donation should not be seen as a kind of social emancipation. It was simply a way of restoring the pre-existing social order, disrupted by various forms of oppression. Not wanting to whitewash social order in these societies 3000-4000 years ago, it should be noted that their rulers sought to maintain social cohesion preventing the formation of large private domains and took steps to make the land belong to the one who directly cultivates it. They limited the growth of inequality while caring for the development and maintenance of irrigation systems. Michael Hudson also claims that decisions to declare war were made by a general assembly of citizens. The king himself had no right to make such decisions.

It also seems that the inhabitants of Mesopotamia in the Bronze Age did not believe in the divine creation as a principle explaining life on earth. In the face of chaos, the ruler himself reorganized the world to establish a normal order and justice.

After 1400 BC. there is no evidence of further debt relief. Social inequalities have intensified and increased. The land passed into the hands of great landowners and slavery for debt became commonplace. A large part of the population emigrated to the northwest, to Canaan, and to the dissatisfaction of the pharaohs, it also entered Egypt. The following centuries are known to the historians of Mesopotamia as "Dark Ages" due to the skewness of written materials. However, we have evidence of violent social struggles between debtors and creditors.



Egypt: The Rosetta stone confirms the tradition of debt relief

The stone from Rosetta, brought by Napoleon's army in 1799 during the Egyptian campaign, was read in 1822 by Jean-Francois Champollion. Today, he is in the British Museum in London. Its translation was facilitated by the fact that the stone is the same text in three languages ​​and writings: the ancient Egyptian, Egyptian demotic and Greek from the time of Alexander the Great.

The text confirms that the tradition of annulment of debts was maintained in Egypt by the pharaohs from the eighth century BC, before Alexander the Great conquered Egypt in the fourth century BC. It tells you that in 196 BC. pharaoh Ptolemy V carried all debts in Egypt and beyond on the occasion of his accession to the throne.

Despite the great differences between the Egyptian society of the Pharaohs and Mesopotamia of the Bronze Age, there is evidence that in both there was a tradition of also announcing amnesty before the general forgiveness of debts. Ramses IV (1153-1146 BC) announced, for example, that those who escaped from the country may return, and those who were in prisons, that they would be released. His father Ramses III (1184-1153 BC) did the same earlier. Here, let us note that the second millennium BC. does not seem to be in Egypt, the time in which slavery fell into debt: in fact, all slaves were a war gain. Editions of Ramses III and Ramses IV concerned the annulment of all tax arrears due to the state (pharaoh), amnesty for political prisoners and the possibility of return of outlaws and refugees to the country. It was not until the 8th century BC. we find in Egypt an edict about the forgiveness of civil debts and the liberation of slaves for debts. Such an edict was issued by the pharaoh Bokchoris (717-711 BC)

One of the basic reasons for donating debts was that the pharaoh wanted to have at his disposal a peasantry capable of producing food abundance as well as for appointing arms in the case of expeditions and war needs. For these two reasons, it was important to him to protect the peasants from being expropriated from the creditors.

In the neighboring Assyria, the rulers from the first millennium BC. they also accepted the traditions of debt forgiveness, as did the Jerozolimites in the fifth century BC. In the year 432 BC. Nehemiah, undoubtedly under the influence of the old Mesopotamian tradition, announced the forgiveness of debts to all Jews who owed money to their richer co-religionists. It was exactly at the time when the Torah was written. The tradition of such a general forgiveness of debts is an integral part of the Jewish religion and early Christian texts, through the Book of Priests, which prescribes the debt forgiveness every seven years, and in every jubilee year, ie every fifty years.

La longue tradition des annulations de dettes en Mésopotamie et en Egypte du 3e au 1er millénaire av. JC
The book "Beyond Mainstream Explanations of the Financial Crisis: Parasitic Finance ..." Author: Ismael Hossein-zadeh
My conclusions:

The universal debt system used in antiquity allows us to better understand the biblical doctrine of "ransom for many" (John 3:16). Another prominent ruler of the city of Lagash was Gudea, who carried out periodic programs to reduce indebtedness and agricultural reform (known as Miszarski's acts). These miserable edicts restored the idea of ​​economic balance. The prolongation of land was usually introduced during the Akitu festival (New Year). The system of universal debt relief led to a social and economic recovery.

In the spring of the first month of the new year, on the 14th of this month during the full moon, the feast of Passover was celebrated (Hebrew: pésach: "passage", páscha).
3.2 (pi) / 180 = 0.0177777777777778

0.0177777777777778 * 2000 = 35.55555555555556

35.55555555555556 * 1.0125 = 36 *** (basic chronological unit: Daniela 9: 24-27)

4.5 / 0 , 0177777777777778 / 1,0125 = 250

25.2 * 4.5 / 0.0177777777777778 / 1.0125 = 6300

25 * 4.5 / 0.0177777777777778 / 1.0125 = 62500

25.6 * 4.5 / 0, 0177777777777778 / 1,0125 = 6400

144 * 0.0177777777777778 = 2.56

1440 * 0.0177777777777778 = 25.6



364.5 (tropical year) -360 = 4.5

4.5 / 360 = 0.0125

80000 * 0.0125 = 1000 (millennium, one thousand years). Latin "mille" means "a thousand" and the Latin plural is milia.

3.2 (pi) / 36 = 0.0088888888888889

3.24 (pi) / 36 = 0.009

3.2 (pi) / 1.0125 = 3.160493827160494

5184 * 3.160493827160494 (pi, ancient Egypt) = 16384

16384 / 28.8 (synodic month) = 568,8888888888889 ***

568,888888888889 / 1,111111111111111 = 512 512/2

= 256

510,3 / 2 = 255,15

510,3 * 10 = 5103

5103 * 3,2 = 16329,632329.6

/ 28.8 (synodic month) = 567 ***

567 / 1,0125 = 560 ***

560 / 1,008 = 555,5555555555556

567 / 1,008 =

562,562.5 / 1, 0125 = 555.55555555555556

555,5555555555556 * 1,008 = 560

560 * 28.8 (synodic month) = 16128

16128 / 3.2 (pi) = 5040 5040/2

= 2520 16128/24

= 672

672/18 (eclipse cycle) = 37.33333333333333

37.33333333333333 * 1.0125 = 37.8

37.333333333333 / 1.008 = 37, 03703703703703

37.03703703703703 * 1.0125 = 37.5

672 * 6 = 4032 ( beginning of Neo-Sumerian chronology)

37.03703703703703 / 0.05555555555556 = 672

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672-1 = 671

671/18 (cycle of the lunar and solar eclipses) = 37, 27777777777778

671 * 6 = 4026 (beginning of biblical chronology)

37.27777777777778 / 0.05555555555556 = 671

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675/18 (cycle of the lunar and solar eclipses) = 37.5

680,4 / 18 (cycle of lunar and solar eclipses) = 37.8

675 / 1,0125 = 666,6666666666667

666,6666666666667 / 0.5555555555555555 = 12000 12000/24

= 500 12600/24

= 525

1244,16 / 24 = 518.4

511.4 / 1.008 = 514.2857142857143

514,2857142857143 * 168 = 86400

360 (excellent tropical year) * 514,2857142857143 * 168 = 31104000

(31104000 * 0.5555555555555555) / 568,8888888888 / 1000 (unit of measurement) = 30,375 (tropical month)

30,375 (tropical month) * 12 months = 364,5 (tropical year)

364,5 (tropical year) * 86400 = 31492800

360 (perfect tropical year) * 87480 = 31492800

360 (perfect tropical year) = 364.5 (tropical year)

364.5 (tropical year, ancient rule, day, year, grade) * 7 (eg sabbath years) = 2551,5

2551,5 * 0,25 = 637.875

2551,5 * 2,5 = 6378,75 (radius Equatorial Earth as a unit of measurement)

2520 * 2.5 = 6300 (Earth's equatorial radius as a unit of measurement)
2520 * 2.52 = 6350.4 (Earth's polar radius as a unit of measurement)
6350.4 (Earth's polar radius as a unit of measurement) * 6.3 (2 pi) = 497.52 (the "Zero" meridian)

4,000.75 / 364.5 (the ancient rule: day, year, degree) = 109.76

109.76-0.01 = 109.75

109 , 75/3 = 36.58333333333333

36.58333333333333 * 18 (series of eclipses) = 678.5

365,8333333333333-365 = 0.8333333333333

0.8333333333333 * 60 = 50

0.8333333333333 * 18 (series of eclipses) = 15

50 * 18 = 900

0.5833333333333333 * 60 = 35

(360 + 4 + 0.5833333333333333) * 60 = 21600 + 240 + 35 = 21875

(360 + 4 + 0.5) * 60 = 21600 + 240 + 30 =

21870 360 / 364.5 = 0.9876543209876543

362.88 (perihelion) / 0.9876543209876543 = 367.416

0.5555555555555555 * 0.9876543209876543 = 0.5486968449931412

0.5486968449931412 * 367.416 = 201.6

201.6 * 2 + 201.6 = 403.2 + 201.6 = 604.8

604.8 / 1,008 = 600 (ancient unit of measure)

150000000 (distance between Earth and Sun) / 1000/1000/1000 = 0.15

0.15 * 5 fingers = 7.5

7.5 / 4 fingers = 1.875

1.875 (finger, ancient unit of measure) / 0.15 = 12.5

150 / 12.5 = 12

360 (ancient principle: day, year, month) / 12 = 30

360 (ancient principle: day, year ; month) / 12.5 = 28.8

28.8 * 1.0125 * 1.0125 = 29.5245

29.5245 (synod month) * 12 = 354.229 (lunar year)

30 * 12.5 = 375

30 * 12.6 = 378

30 * 12.96 = 388.8

Distance Earth -Słońce 384000 km

5184 / 3.160493827160494 (ancient pi) * 4 = 6561
6561/18 (cycle of solar and lunar eclipses) = 364.5 (tropical year)
364.5 (tropical year) / 51, 84 (elbow from Nippur) = 7,03125
7.03125 * 10 * 3,160493827160494 (ancient pi) = 222,2222222222222
210 / 222,2222222222222 = 0.9450000000000001

0.945 * 1000 * 1000 * 1000 = 945000000
945000000 (ecliptyka) / 2250/360 (excellent year of tropics) / 3,160493827160494 (pi) / 1,0125 (ratio) = 364,5833333333333 (tropical year)

(51,84 / 3,160493827160494) * 4 = 65,61 65,61

/ 4 = 16.4025

16.4025 * 10 / 2.4 = 68.33475

70-68.33475 = 1.65625

607.5-68.3343 = 539,15625

539. 15625-539 = 0.15625

0.15625 * 360 = 56, 25 ***

56.25 * 1.008 = 56.7

56.7 + 9 = 65.7



65.7 / 0, = 365 *** (Egyptian calendar)

365 (Egyptian calendar) / 0.5555555555555555 = 657 ** *

657 * 1,111111111111111 (arc) = 730 730/2

= 365 (Egyptian calendar)

365 / 1,111111111111111 = 328,5 328,5

* 1,5 = 492,75

492,75 / 0,075 = 6570

6570/18 (cycle of eclipses) = 365 (Egyptian year)

492.75 / 0.75 =

657,328.5 / 0.5555555555555555 = 591,3

From the history of the calendar: Only in the third century, when the influence of priests significantly weakened, Ptolemy III Euergetes *** issued in 238 a decree from Kanopos, in which he recommended every 4 years to add up to 360 days, not 5, but 6 days. This allowed to agree on sotis and calendar years. The reform, however, had a limited range. The population continued to use the old calendar of the god Tot, ignoring administrative measures. The end of chaos was laid by the Roman emperor Octavian August, only 30 years before Christ, introducing the Julian calendar, after being captured in Egypt, called in Egypt "Alexandrian" or "Macedonian". In addition to the leap year, Octavian introduced a two-time start to the year: one according to the Roman calendar on January 1, the second on the 1st day of the month, which in the year of reform fell on August 29, and then settled first in Egypt and then in Byzantium,

*** Ptolemy III Euergetes (born 284 BC, died 221 BC) - the third ruler of Egypt from the Ptolemaic dynasty, ruled from 246-221 BC, son of Ptolemy II Philadelphos and Arsinoe I, husband of Berenice II, father of, among others Ptolemy IV of the Filopator, Magas and Arsinoe III.

His teacher was Apollonios of Rhodes, another, after Zenodot from Ephesus, the head of the Library of Alexandria. After 241 BC, there was a period of uninterrupted peace for Egypt for 20 years, which resulted in its economic and cultural flourishing, supported intensively by the king. There were such celebrities at the royal court as Kallimach of Cyrene and Eratosthenes.

What did the Eratosthenes experiment really show?

360/504

= 0.7142857142857143 360/5040 = 7.142857142857143

0.7142857142857143 * 52.5 (royal elbow) = 375 *** (John 2: 18-20)

375 * 1.008 = 378

680.4000000000001 / 1,008 / 1,0125 = 666,6666666666668

666,6666666666668 / 1, 111111111111111 (arch) = 600 (ancient unit of measure), for example Krok - (German: Pace, Latin: passus, Russian шаг), non-system unit of measure of length, used since antiquity. Often counted as so-called a two-step step equal to about 1.5 meters (from the step comes a mile, originally equal to 1000 double steps (Roman mile).

1.5 * 1.6 = 2.4

2.4 / 0.5555555555555555 = 4.32

4, 32 * 1000 (unit of measurement) * 10 (unit of measurement) = 43200

43200 * 2 * 360 = 31104000

31104000/150000000 = 0.20736

0.22036 * 87500 = 18144

18144 * 0.5555555555555555 = 10080 ***



10080/30 = 336 336 / 1.111111111111111 (arch) = 302,4

302,4 / 1,008 = 300

300/360 = 0.8333333333333333

0.8333333333333333 * 60 = 50

50/7 = 7,142857142857143

0.8333333333333333 * 58 , 8 = 49

48 * 0.8333333333333333 = 40

48 / 0.8333333333333333 = 57,6 The

Biblical Jubilee system is built into an honest economic system for the benefit of every human being. The present economic system must be removed because it is based on usury (credit) which is one of the many causes of unspeakable human suffering.



The biblical Jubilee system: 7 * 7 + 1 = 49 + 1 = 50

7 * (7 * 10) = 490 (Daniel 7: 24-27)

7 * 168 = 1176

1176 * 7.5 (unit of measure hand or)

arc length of 1 arc minute = 111,1111111111111 km

111,1111111111111 km * 360 = 40000 km (perimeter of the Earth)

40000 km (perimeter of the Earth) / 4 / 1.875 = 5333,333333333333

5333,333333333333 * 1,0125 = 5,400

5,400 * 1575 = 8505000

(8505000 * 360) / 86400/100 = 354,375

(8505000 * 360) / 31104000 = 98.4375

98.4375 * 4 * 100 = 39375 (perimeter of the Earth, Eratosthenes experiment)

252000 (stadiums) / 6.4 (2 " pi ") = 39375 (Earth's perimeter, Eratosthenes experiment)

39375 (Earth's circumference, Eratosthenes experiment) * 1,008 = 39690 (Earth's circumference, Eratosthenes experiment)

250,000 (Earth's circumference, Eratosthenes experiment) / 0.7142857142857143 = 350000 350000/100

= 3500 (diameter of the Moon)

3500 (diameter of the Moon) / 1,008 = 3472,222222222222

3500 (the diameter of the moon) * 360 = 1260000

1260000/1000 (unit of measurement) = 1260

1260 * 360 = 453600

1260 * 3600 = 4536000

4536000/86400 = 52.5 (astronomical cubit)

52.5 (astronomical cubit) * 7 = 367 , 5 (January 3, perihelion)

367.5 (January 3, perihelion) +90 days = April 3 (14 Nisan, Passover) = 457.5

457.5 / 2.5 = 183

183 * 2 = 366 ***

365 + 1 = 366

225 * 225 = 50625

(50625 * 7) / 1000 = 354,375

354,375 / 1,575 = 225

1,575 * 1,008 = 1,5876



354,375 / 0, 1575 = 22,5

22,5 * 4 = 90

90 * 4 = 360

90 / 1.5 = 60

252000 * 0.1575 = 39690

39690 (perimeter of the Earth) * 2, pi = 250,000

250000 * 0.1575 = 39375 (perimeter of the Earth)

39690 * 6.3 (2 "pi") = 250047

250047 * 1.6 = 400075,2 (the "Zero"

meridian ) 4,000.72 (the "Zero" meridian) / 367.5 (perihelion) = 108.864

108.864 / 3 = 36.288

1088,64 / 3 = 362.88 (perihelium)



350000/1575 = 222.22222222222222

222.22222222222222 * 1.0125 = 225.225

* 10 = 2250



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324-302,4 = 21.6

(21.6 * 12.5) / 10 = 27 (



syderyczny ) 18144 / 0.5555555555555555 =

32659.232659.2 * 1.6 = 52254.72

52254.72 * 1.111111111111111 = 58060.79999999999

58060.79999999999 / 1.6 / 100 = 362.88 (perihelium)





360 * 504 = 181440

181440 /

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591.3 / 1.5 = 394.2

591,3 / 1,6 = 369,5625

591,3 / 0,5555555555555555 = 328,5 972/1000 =

0,972 (constans)

648 * 1,5 = 972

972 / 1,6 = 607,5

972/1, 62 = 600

567 * 1.6 = 907,2

907,2 / 1,008 = 900

972 / 1,0125 = 960

960/900 = 1,066666666666667

1,066666666666667 * 6 = 6,4 = (2 * pi)

6, 4 (2 * pi) * 1000 (unit of measurement) = 6400 (radius of the Earth)

6400 (radius of the Earth) * 6.4 = 40960

40960 / 1.066666666666667 = 38400

40960 * 10 / 1.066666666666667 = 384,000 (distance from Earth - Moon )

384000 (distance of the Earth -Księżyc) / 2 = 192000

192000/60 = 3200

192000/600 = 320

192000 * 1.0125 = 194400 ***

194400/1000 (unit of measurement) = 1944 ***

1944 +427 (covenant with Abraham) = 2371

1943 BC (covenant with Abraham) +427 (covenant with Abraham) = 2370 BC (Global Flood)

426.6666666666666 / 0.75 = 568,8888888888888

567 * 0.75 = 425.25

567 / 0.75 = 756 * **

756/100 (unit of measurement =) 7.56

7.56 * 7 = 52.92

52.92 * 1.111111111111111 (arch) = 58.8

58.8 / 60 = 0.98

375 * 0.98 = 367.5 (January 3, perihelion)

367.5 (January 3, perihelion) / 1.008 = 364.5833333333333 (tropical year)





567-56.7 = 510,3

510,3 / 0.1944 = 2625

510.3 / 1,944 = 262,5 (autumn equinox)

262,5 (autumn equinox) * 1,008 = 264,6 (autumn equinox, Neo-Sumerian period)

264,6 (autumn equinox, Neo-Sumerian period) * 2 * 1,111111111111111 = 588 (synodic period of Venus or 20 months of synodic moon, Babylonian astronomy)

588/20 = 29.4 (synodic month of Neo-Sumerian period)

29.4 (synodic month) Neo-Sumerian period) * 12,5 = 367.5 (January 3, perihelion)

588 / 1.6 = 367.5 (January 3, perihelion)

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194400/60 = 3240

194400/600 = 324

324 * 1.6 = 518 , 4



1944 (covenant with Abraham) -1620 = 324 *** Sena wedding in

1943p.ne-1620 years = 323p.ne *** Daniel chapter 8 and 11 "the war of the king of the north and the king of the south".

Diadochs (from st. Διάδοχος diadochos - "successor") - a term used to describe the commanders of the army of Alexander of Macedon, who took power in the empire after his death in 323 BC Shortly thereafter war broke out between them (see diadochów wars) for control over the lands conquered by Alexander.





324 / 1,008 = 321.4285714285714

321.4285714285714-321 = 0.4285714285714

0.4285714285714 * 360 = 154.2857142857143

154.2857142857143-154 = 0.2857142857143

0.2857142857143 * 24 = 6.8571428571432

6,8571428571432-6 = 0 , 8571428571432

0.8571428571432 * 60 = 51.428571428592

51,428571428592 * 7 = 360

86400/7 = 12342,85714285714

12342,85714285714 / 2 = 6171,42857142857

6171,42857142857 * 1,008 = 6,220,799999999999

6220,8 / 2 = 3110,4

3110,4 * 1000 * 10 = 31104000

31104000/86400 = 360 (perfect year)

31104000 * 0.5555555555555555 = 17280000

17280000 / 1.5 / 1.6 / 1000/3600 = 2

24 / 2 = 12

17280000 / 1,111111111111111 / 360 = 43200

43200 * 360 * 2 = 31104000

86400 * 360 = 31104000

31104000 / 355.55555555555555 = 87480

360 * 87480 = 31492800

31492800/86400 = 364.5

874800 * 180 = 157464000

157464000 / = 111.1111111111111 1,417,176

1417176/24/1000 (unit) = 59.049

59.049 / 60 = 0.98415

0.98415 * 360 = 354.294 (lunar year)



157 464 000 / 51.84 (elbow of Nippur) / 1000/10 = 303.75

157464000 / 51.84 (elbow from Nippur) / 1000 / 10,125 = 300

303.75 / 360 = 0.84375

0.84375 * 60 = 50.625

50.625 * 7 = 354,375 (lunar year)

0.84375 * 600 =

506,25 562,5-56,25 = 506,25 56,25

* 7 = 339.75 ***

393, 75 * 100 = 39375 ***

39375 * 2.5 = 98437,5

98437,5 / 100/1000 = 0.984375

0.984375 * 360 = 354,375 (lunar year)

39690 * 2,5 = 99225

99225/1000 / = 0.99225 100

0.99225 * 360 = 35721000

35721000/7000 = 5103

5103 / 0.5555555555555555 = 9185.4

9185.4 / 100 = 91.854

91.854 * 4 367.416 =

367.416 / 1.0125 = 362.88 (peryhelium)

360 / 367,416 = 0.9798157946306094

1 / 0.9798157946306094 = 1.0206

1.0206 / 3 = 0.3402

0.3402 * 1000 * 10 = 3402 ***

4026 (biblical chronology) -3402 = 624

4026p.ne-3402 = 625p.ne (first year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II)

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365 * 0,972 (const) = 354,78 (lunar year)

591,3 / 1,0125 = 584 ***

584 / 1,6 = 365 (Egyptian calendar)



364.5 / 1,111111111111111 (arch) = 328,05

328,05 * 1.5 = 492.075

492.075 / 0.075 = 6561

6561/18 (eclipse cycle) = 364.5 (tropical year)



328,05 / 0.5555555555555555 = 590.49

590.49 / 1.0125 = 583.2

583.2 * 0.5555555555555555 = 324 ***

583.2 / 1.6 = 364.5 (year of the tropics)

583.2 / 1.62 = 360 (perfect year)

583.2 / 1.111111111111111 (arc measure) = 524,88

524,88-160 = 362,88 (perihelion)

524.88 / 2 = 262,44 (autumn equinox)







364.5 (tropical year) / 0.5555555555555555 = 656,1

656.1 * 1.111111111111111 (arch) = 729

729/2 = 364.5 (tropical year, the day began between two evenings, Exodus 12: 1- 6)

364,5833333333333 (tropic year) / 0.5555555555555555 = 656,25

656,25 * 1,111111111111111 (arch) = 729,1666666666666

729,1666666666666 / 2 = 364,5833333333333 (tropical year)



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Passus is a historical Roman measure lengths, so-called a double step and is 1.5 m.

1.5 m / 1.0125 = 1.481481481481481

1.481481481481481 / 1.111111111111111 = 1.333333333333333

1.333333333333333 * 10 = 13.33333333333333

13.33 333333333333 * 1.0125 = 13 ,

360 / 13.5 = 26.66666666666667

360 / 13,33333333333333 = 27 (

syderyczny ) 26.66666666666667 (syderyczny) / 0.5555555555555555 = 48

27 (syderyczny) / 0.5555555555555555 = 48.6

48.6 * 10 * 7 = 3402

4026 (beginning of chronology biblical; Genesis 5: 3) -3402 = 624

624 + 2 (the birth of Arpachshad) = 626 ***

Year New Moon First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter ΔT


-626 Jan 1 02:50 Jan 7 19:00 05h19m
Jan 15 08: 25 Jan 23 13:52 Jan 30 13:36 Feb 6 05:16
Feb 14 02:25 P Feb 22 05:02 Feb 28 22:58 t Mar 7 17:10
Mar 15 19:56 P Mar 23 16:03 Mar 30 07:17 Apr 6 06:57
Apr 14 11:37 Apr 21 23:44 Apr 28 15:11 May 5 22:36
May 14 00:50 May 21 05:11 May 27 23:34 Jun 4 15:37
Jun 12 11:52 Jun 19 09:44 Jun 26 09:37 Jul 4 09:07
Jul 11 21:27 Jul 18 14:43 Jul 25 22:15 Aug 3 02:10
Aug 10 06:30 P Aug 16 21:33 Aug 24 13:52 t Sep 1 18:01
Sep 8 15:40 P Sep 15 07:36 Sep 23 07:48 Oct 1 08:12
Oct 8 01:23 Oct 14 21:48 Oct 23 02:40 Oct 30 20:27
Nov 6 12:00 Nov 13 16:11 Nov 21 20:53 Nov 29 06:41
Dec 5 23:52 Dec 13 13:25 Dec 21 13:21 Dec 28 15:09






510,3 * 1,111111111111111 = 567













367.5-367,416 = 0.084

362.88 (perihelion) / 0.084 = 4320

362.88 (perihelion) -360 (perfect year) = 2.88

2.88 * 125 = 360

360 / 12.5 (months) = 28.8

28.8 * 1.0125 * 1.0125 * 12 (months) = 29.5245 * 12 (months) = 354.249 days (lunar year)



2.88 * 126 = 362 , 88

51.84 (Nippur cubit) * 7 = 362.88 (perihelion)







264.6 (Autumnal equinox, Neo-Sumerian period) / 362.88 (perihelion) = 0.7291666666666667

0.7291666666666667 * 500 = 364.833333333333 ( tropical year)

364.5833333333333 (tropical year) * 86400 = 31500000

31500000 31752000 = 1,008 *

31,752,000 / 86,400 = 367.5 (peryhelium)

264.6 (autumnal equinox, Neo-Sumerian period) / 367.5 (peryhelium) = 0.72

0.72 * 500 = 360 (ancient rule: day, year, degree)

31500000 (tropic year) / 360 = 87500

31752000 (peryhelium) / 360 = 88200

31500000 (tropic year) / 600 = 52500

31752000 (perihelion) / 600 = 52920

31752000 (peryhelium) /

360/36 = 2450 31500000 (tropic year) / 360/36 = 2430,555555555556

31500000 (tropical year) -7200 = 31492800

31492800/360 (tropical year) / 36 = 2430





1 ° / 111,1111111111111 = 0.009

0.009 * 40000 (perimeter of the Earth) = 360 °

6300 km (radius of the Earth) / 4 = 1575

6300 km (radius of the Earth) * 1.0125 = 6378.75 km

6378.75 km / 4.05 = 1575

Ancient rule: day; year; degree.

1/360 = 0.0027777777777778

0.0027777777777778 * 81000 = 225

0.0027777777777778 * 80000 = 222222222222222

222,222222222222 * 1.0125 = 225

81000/80000 = 1.0125

1 / 1.0125 = 0.9876543209876543

0.9876543209876543 * 1.5 = 1.481481481481481

1.481481481481481 * 360 = 533.3333333333333

533.33333333333 * 1.0125 = 540

1.5 * 360 = 540

540 * 1.008 = 544.32

544.38 / 1.5 = 362.88

0.0027777777777778 * 1.008 = 0.0028 ***

0.0028 * 100 * 100 = 28 ° (Alexandrian meridian, 28 ° E)

28/360 = 0.0777777777777778

0.0777777777777778 * 1.0125 = 0.07875

0.07875 * 100 * 100 = 787.5

250,000 (stadiums ) * 0.1575 km = 39375 km (perimeter of the Earth)

250,000 (stadiums) * 0.15876 km = 399690 km (perimeter of the Earth)

[39690 km (perimeter of the Earth) / 0.07875] / 2 = 252000 stadiums (perimeter of the Earth)

(39375 / 0.07875) / 2 = 250,000 stadia (perimeter of the Earth)

39690 km (perimeter of the Earth) * 1,008 = 4,000.82 ( Południk "Zero")

39690 km (perimeter of the Earth) / 225 = 176.4

(176.4 * 360) / 10 = 6350.4 (polar radius)

4,000.75 (Meridian "Zero") / 0.1575 = 254016

254016 / 1,008 = 25200 (stadiums, Earth's equatorial circumference)

254016 (Earth's equatorial circuit) / 1.6 / 360 / 1.5 = 294

294 / 1.111111111111111 = 264.6

(264.6 * 2) + (29.4 * 2) = 529.2 + 58.8 =

588,0007.52 (Meridian "Zero") / 588 = 68.04

39690 / 0.1575 = 252000 (stadiums, Earth's equatorial circumference)

252000 (Earth's equatorial circumference) / 1 , 6/360 / 1.5 = 291.6666666666667

39690 (equator) / 588 = 67.8

39690 (equator) / 600 = 66.15

0.98 * 600 = 588

0.98 * 360 = 352.8

39375 (equator) / 600 = 65.625

39375 (equator) / 64.8 = 607.6388888888889

9333333333333333 / 1,6 / 1,6 = 364,5833333333333

933,3333333333333 / 3 = 311,1111111111111

311,1111111111111 * 1,0125 =

315,933,3333333333333 / 0,3333333333333333 = 2800 2800/8

= 350 2800/5

= 560

560 * 1.0125 = 567.560

* 1.008 = 562,562.5

* 1.08 = 567

350 * 560 = 196000

(196000 * 2) / 60 = 6533.333333333333

6533.333333333333 * 1.0125 = 6615

6615/18 ( ecliptic cycle) = 367.5 (January 3, perihelion)

354,375 (lunar or winter solstice) * 560 = 198450

196000 * 1.0125 = 198450

198450/2800 = 70,875

7,0875 * 50 = 354,375 (lunar or winter solstice)

354,375 * 568,8888888888888 = 201600 201600/360

= 560 201600/3150

= 64

198450/3150 = 63

64 * 63 = 4032 ***

160 / 360 = 0.44444444444444444

0.44444444444444444 * 60 = 26.66666666666667 (syderyczny)

160 / 355.55555555555556 = 0.45

0.45 * 60 = 27 (syderyczny)

2520 * 1.6 = 4032 ***

4 , 5/360 = 0.0125

0.0125 * 80000 = 1000 (millennia, period of a thousand years.) Latin "mille" means "a thousand" and the Latin plural is a million.

1000 / 1.6 = 625.625

* 1.008 = 630

630 * 1.0125 = 637,875

630 * 1.008 = 635.04

4.5 / 60 = 0.075

0.075 * 1000 = 7.5 (nautical mile or 4 fingers)

1000/4 = 250

1008/4 = 252

252 / 157.5 1.6 =

157.5 / 1000 = 0.1575

252 * 1000 = 252000

252000 39690 * 0.1575 =

39690 / 367.5 (perihelion January 3 ) = 108

3.5 * 108 = 378

3.5 * 105 = 367.5

3.5 * 108 * 105 = 39690 (perimeter of the Earth)

3.472222222222222 * 108 * 105 = 39375 (perimeter of the Earth)

3.472222222222222 * 1000 = 3472,222222222222 (diameter of the Moon)

3472,222222222222 (diameter of the Moon) / 2 = 1736,111111111111

1736,111111111111 * 360 = 625000

625000 / 111,1111111111111 = 5625

630000 / 1111,1111111111111 = 5670

637875 / 111,1111111111111 = 5740, 875

640000 / 111,1111111111111 = 5760

0.0126 * 80,000 = 1008

0.0126 * 40,000 = 504

1.008 / 360 = 0.0028

81000 * 0.0028 = 226.8

0.0028 80000 * 224 =

1/360 = 225/81000

1,008 / 360 = 224/80000

1,008 / 362.88 = 0.0027777777777778

225 * 10 * 250000 = 111.1111111111111 (stadiums )

225 * 3.5 = 787.5

(225 * 1,008) 10 * 111,1111111111111 = 252000 (stadiums)

226.8 * 3.5 = 793.8

252000 (stadiums) / 1,008 = 250000 (stadiums)

252000/787 , 5 = 320

The length of the one-stage curve at the equator is 111,1111111111111 km.

111,1111111111111 (arch) * 360 ° = 40000 (perimeter of the Earth)

40,000 (perimeter of the Earth) / 7,5 = 5333,333,333,333,333,000

(stages) * 0,1575 = 775.5

777.5 * 50 = 39375 (perimeter of the Earth )

39375 (perimeter of the Earth) * 1,008 = 3690 (perimeter of the Earth)

The solar year is divided exactly into four periods of 90 days.

3 months * 4 seasons = 12 months

360 * 86400 = 31104000

50 * 7.2 * 86400 = 31104000

1.0125 | 90 1,0125

(Genesis 1:14) And God said: "Let there be light sources in the expanse of the heavens to separate day and night; they are also supposed to serve as signs, as well as to determine the seasons and days and years.

(Jeremiah 33:20) "Here is what Jehovah said:" If you could break my covenant concerning the day and my covenant concerning the night, that day and night should not follow their time, "

(Genesis 8:22) (...) Through all the days of the existence of the earth, sowing and harvest, and cold, and hot, and summer, and winter, and day and night will never cease. "

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20/28 = 0.7142857142857143

0.7142857142857143 * 49 = 35

0.7142857142857143 * 1.008 = 0.72

0.72 * 50 = 36

7.142857142857143 * 7.2 * 7 = 360

360 / 50.4 = 7.142857142857143



3500 / 7.2 = 486,1111111111111

486,1111111111111 / 0.11111111111111111 = 43750

43750 * 720 = 31500000

43750 * 1.008 * 714,2857142857143 = 31500000

31500000/3500/24 ​​/ 1.5 = 250

250/360 = 0.6944444444444444

0.6944444444444444 * 10,125 = 7.03125

7.0332 * 52.5 = 369.140625

7.0313 * 32 = 225

7.0332 * 320 = 2250

2250-1763 *** = 487

1763p.ne (transit of Venus)

1763 ne (parish of Paris, Great Britain, the fifth world empire in biblical history)

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487 * 30,375 (tropical month) = 486 * 30.4375

30.4375 * 12 = 365.25 (Julian calendar)

30,375 * 12 = 364.5 (tropical year)

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