Mayan Treasure 2003-Supplement – Section II - Abstract
 

This report adds part of new findings made in 2002 - 2003 to Mayan Treasure posted April 12, 2002 on http://geocities.com/harleston13.
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Section II: 30-page Supplement, following:

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Standard Teotihuacan Unit of 1.0594(6) meters defined as Space/Time Unifier.

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Thirteen hypothetical planetary orbital distances suggested.

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Planetary synodic orbital times defined by architectural dimensions.

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Mayan symbol for 13 Katuns--93,600 days defined by double circle-and-cross.

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First of 36 “Numerical Arks” encompasses Jupiter, Saturn and other counts.

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400 Saturns of 378 days is the basis for chronology matching space / time.

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Area and volume of scale model of earth are functions of the multiplier “20.” World Volume of 907,200 units explains over 30 ancient “sacred numbers.”

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Universal circle, cube, tetrahedron and sphere defined. Counts for spheres match STU time measures, space areas, volumes and orbital daycounts.

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Multipliers of Pi = 3.15 follow sequence 1:20:400:8000 for time and space. 10) Corrections for Mayan Treasure (2002) are shown. 11) Suggestions for research: Xochicalco, Egypt, Palenque, Chichen-Itzá. 12) Synopsis of Mayan Observatory at Tulum; Map of twelve solar events. 13) Tabulations: (a) Five Other Orbital Counts, including comparison of Earth and

Uranus orbits; (b) Ancient Sacred Numbers; (c) 36 Numerical Arks and Universal Sphere Counts; (d) Ark Volumes, Universal Spheres and Pi Multipliers; (e) 27 World Volume Correlations.

Mayan Treasure: Supplement - SECTION II

 

[I] CONFIRMATIONS OF TEOTIHUACAN’S MAYAN DESIGN

1) 1974: Defined “Ceremonial Zone”= 756 by 2,268 STU. Published in technical paper “A Mathematical Analysis of Teotihuacan.” Defined Great Quadrangle 378 STU per side, Mayan orbital day-count of Sa-turn. Integral dimensions STU. [cf. Mayan Treasure= M.T.),Figs.2, 6.]

 

2) 1976: Assignment of “96”(dimension in “Citadel”) as the orbital distance of Earth from the sun allows planets to be defined at 36, 72, 144, 288,…Published: Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids with Tompkins (Op.Cit, M.T., p.25) as a theoretical model that included three orbital shells between the sun and Mercury at 9, 18 and 28.8. The latter was found as a cloud of dust by NASA probe to Mercury. Other two may be rotating magnetic fields. Total shells defined included hypothetical planet at 7,500 A.U. (7,200 STU) and thirteen other distances, excluding our moon, a 15th orbit of radius 360,000 Kstu, diameter 720,000 Kstu.

 

3) 1984: Defined multiple orbits of Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn as well as the Kahlay Katunob of 13 Katuns, 93,600 days, that appears twice, encoded as “936.” This in turn is the Oxlahkatun of 1,872 times one thousand defined by dimensions north to south in the “Ceremonial" Zone. Published in “The Keystone: A Search for Understanding” (Op. Cit, M.T., p.23) which includes tabulation of Mayan geometrical num- ber codes (Iconography: pp.125-130, Figs. 15,16,17,19,20.) The Pro-logue proposed multiple correlations to confirm Teotihuacan is Mayan.

 

4) 1996: The Chilam Balam de Chumayel (see M.T., Fig. 1,) defines 13 Katuns, symbolized by double circle-and-cross, as "heaven's measure of time (not space,) and states that to ascend we need “9.” Tabulations of orbits for each of 13 Katuns follow nine-counts and Teotihuacan dimensions that confirm planetary orbitals, including Uranus (369 d.) dimensioned in the “Citadel” (cf. M.T., Fig.6, 1984.) For today's 369.665 days, Mayans could add two days after every three orbits. After 600 solar years of 365.2422 days, they only needed to subtract one more day. This is based on work by H.M.Calderon with the synodic orbits of Saturn and Jupiter.

 

For Jupiter, they subtracted one day each 8 orbits. This can explain multiples of 8 (8, 16, 24, 32 STU…) After 4,320 solar years, addition of one more day equals today's 398.877 days. For Saturn, one day is added each 11 orbits. The 11-petalled “flower” in the “Citadel” shows this count, that also measures sunspot cycles of 11 years, and factors the geodesic second of arc of 462 STU. After 2,880 solar years one more day reaches our modern 378.095 days. The above solar year times are Mayan design figures. Modern orbits by courtesy of physicist Daniel Flores, Master’s Thesis, Nat’l.Univ.of Mexico, 1992.

 

Tabulation of orbits across 13 Katuns shows multipliers for Venus are 12’s; Mercury, 60’s; Mars, 9’s; for Jupiter 234 orbits are corrected by 234 days, a principal dimension of the Citadel’s patio in STU. The only planet whose day corrections equal the orbital counts in each of the 13 Katuns is Jupiter. [See M.T., p.35, Fig.12—Jupiter and Mars & this Supplement, Fig.13, “Other Orbital Counts per Katun” for Mercury, Venus, Saturn and Uranus & Fig.13A: Earth / Uranus.) Also see M.T. p.24, Harleston, 1996, Thirteen “Heavens” or Mayan Time Counts?]

 

Conventional archaeology speculated that the Dresden Codex shows “priests with fans in their hands.” Calderón identified a Mayan star-finder plate with star-groups as holes on the end of an arm extension. He demonstrated that a 1,184 vague-year cycle of Venus sky positions forms an invisible celestial five-pointed star to mark a cycle of 216,000 days plus 80-days. The full cycle is 432,000 days plus 160 days, 4 times 40 or also twice 80. "40" repeats in Teotihuacan iconography.

 

5) 2001: A “Numerical Ark” was defined at 57 STU in height; its base is Zone design of 756 by 2,268 STU (Sect.I, Fig.3.) The rectangular box has a volume of 97,732,656 cubic STU, a number enclosing integral counts of Jupiter, Saturn, Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions, the area of an earth model with a radius of 60 STU (defined by the “Citadel,”) whose dynamic circumference in rotation will be “378 STU.” Other factors given by the “Ark” include the lunar orbit at 99.999% of value, three prime numbers (7, 17, 29) and 137, the hydrogen fines constant of mo- dern physics, that can be derived from integral values: 37 divided by 27 = 1.37037037037… The factor “37” repeats in many dimensions at Teotihuacan (111, 148, 222, 333; 1,184, 1332…) These data suggest that Mayans understood the concept of multidimensionals, and expressed many forms of measurement with the same number, particularly “378” [cf. Sect. I, pp. 11,18, Fig.3 & also Supplement Sect. III, Fig.22.]

 

6) 2001: Correlations were identified for 400 Saturns, a function of four sides of the “Citadel”): the number “1,512,” was recognized (1986) in a mural --“Plumed Shells”-- but was not connected with a day-count at that time. 151,200 days are 400 Saturns of 378 days [see Tabulation of 400 Saturns, Sect.I p.16, Fig.5 and drawing of the mural "Plumed Shells," Universo de Teotihuacan, 1987, p.200; also Sect.III, Fig.1, p5 .]

 

7) 2001: Six Saturn orbits, the north/south parameter of 2,268, multi-plied by 20 becomes the area of a spherical earth model: 45,360 square STU. The volume of the world model is 907,200 cubic STU, twenty times the spherical area, which permits identification of more than thirty integral factors in twelve ancient sectors around the globe: “sacred numbers” are multipliers to calculate a Mayan world volume [see this Supplement, Tabulation 2, Fig. 14: Ancient Sacred Numbers.]

 

8.) 2002: Teotihuacan parameters (1974) defined a universal cube, sides of “6,” volume and area sharing “216,” (a repeating dimension), and a universal tetrahedron of height “12” whose area and volume are 216 times the square root of “3.” The sides of this tetrahedron are the square root of “216,” and its apothem is the square root of “162,” base of the so-called “Moon” pyramid. Both solids can contain an inscribed universal sphere of radius 3 and diameter 6, whose area and volume are 113.4 units, equal to 2,268 divided by 20 (cf. this Section II, Fig.15: Universal Cube, Tetrahedron and Sphere.) Identical numbers for 2,268 (as length in STU or orbital days,) world area of 45,360 and volume of 907,200 can be calculated in terms of the number of universal spheres (radius 6) to occupy volumes given by the heights of "Numerical Arks."

 

These examples illustrate the probable reason for Mayan “preference” for the number “20,” even though they could handle tens, hundreds, thousands and millions. They show us an integral number system that permits seeing cosmic relationships objectively [cf. this Supplement, Tabulation 3, Fig.16: Thirty-Six Numerical Arks; Tabulation 4, Fig.17: Ark Volumes, Universal Spheres and Pi Multipliers.]

 

9.) 2003: In February, a ninth correlation: the Mayan bar-and-dot system sequences 1:20:400:8000, applied to multiplications by Pi, when its value is an intentional inexactitude of 63 / 20 = 3.15, even though we feel they also knew the irrational value of 3.1416…, given by triangles in the “Citadel” whose hypotenuses become precision approximations when sides are 222 / 222 / 100xPi x 0.994 and 141 / 282 / 100 Pi x 1.0036. Note that: 141 is 100 x (square root of 2); 282 is twice 141. The distance of earth from the sun is 141 million KSTU. This may not be coincidental. Universal spheres, STU values and Pi multipliers are Mayan values: 36Pi x 20 = 720Pi, x 20 = 14,400Pi x 20 = 288,000 Pi.

 

“720” is a Jupiter orbit multiplier, Grand Avenue separation of the two largest pyramids (= 2,160 / 3); “14,400” is the day-count of two Katuns; “288,000” is the day-count of two Niktekatuns (or Baktuns) of 144,000 days. [see this Section, Tabulation 5: Fig. 18, 27 Correlations of World Volume.] It is significant that two Katuns is one of the symbols of Hunab Ku: a square superscribed on a Universal Circle of radius 60 has an area of 120x120 = 14,400 = two Katuns of 7,200 days.

 

Based on the overall data it is concluded that the pyramidal complex presently entitled “Teotihuacan” was a design incorporating Mayan values, when the architectural dimensions, the paintings and sculptures, combined with the geometrical symbolism for their Supreme Entity known as Hunab Ku, are given impartial consideration in multidisciplinary analyses that recognize the interconnections as well as the reasons for conserving these values as highly valuable and secret knowledge to be held by specially trained students known as Halach.

 

The Halach maintained low profiles throughout the decline of Mayan political domination in Mexico after the 13th century A.D., and continued to do so after violent conquest by Europeans during the 16th to 20th centuries. Historically, wise savants have neither been military nor political leaders, individuals that can lead a civilization to long-term success or to disaster. Savants are those who preserve science and multilevel information for future generations.

 

Officially Mayans have been catalogued as a “mesoamerican culture.” Nevertheless, Toynbee listed 19 civilizations, that include the Occident, Far East, Middle East, Egyptian, Greek and Mayan. The essence of the Romans were their public works, roads and laws; of the Medievals their cathedrals, organized ecclesiastics and architecture. The essence of the Renaissance were the universities, books and pictorial art.

 

Mayans offer us all these essences, with the added value of multidimensional concepts. Essences are connections for civilizations, inheritances through at least thirty generations that permit humans to feel loyalty to the remote past that flows in their blood. Mayans, a true civilization, realized that beyond space-time we can find understanding, unveil a spiritual unity that already exists.

 

Hal Kitan Hunak!

Truth is beyond forever.

 

Hugh Harleston, Jr. 21-March-2003

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