john michell

Cubits

Fellow researcher Jim Hunter Miller contacted me a couple of months ago and shared with me his unpublished paper in which the cubit of 20.736 inches plays an important role. I’m not yet at liberty to reveal which fascinating connections Jim has discovered but I look forward to discussing the… Read More »Cubits

Geomantic Triangles

An Ancient Triangle Livio Stecchini (1913-1979) was a pioneer in ancient metrology who influenced later writers such as Robert Temple, Peter Tompkins, John Michell, and John Neal in cracking the ancient system of weights and measures and understanding the incredible intelligence of ancient people. Stecchini discovered a triangle connecting the… Read More »Geomantic Triangles

Omphale

Twelve Tribe Nations In the most ancient times nations divided themselves into twelve tribes: “All over the world in countries as far apart as China, Ireland, Iceland, and Madagascar are records and traditions of whole nations and their territories being divided into twelve tribes and twelve regions, each tribe and… Read More »Omphale

864

The Sun In the videos I identify 864 as the number of the Sun because the Sun has a diameter of 864,000 miles. But there are many other interesting things resonating with 864. The Earth One Earth rotation lasts 86,400 seconds. 24 x 60 x 60 = 86,400. Stonehenge to Silbury… Read More »864