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Richard Heath is a Web developer and author with degrees in electrical and computer engineering. He lives in Scotland.
“Richard Heath effectively rewrites the book on the mysterious but accomplished megalithic cultures preceding ancient Egypt, Sumer, China, and India.”
“Richard Heath sweeps away the mechanistic and relativistic paradigm to reveal an earth-centered, celestial system founded upon the beauty of musical harmony and geometric symmetry.”
" . . . in-depth look at the world of sacred geometry that holds your attention, making it an easy read."
"An intriguing study into humanity's sacred origins."
"Books such as this must be read if we are to hold back the New Dark Ages. Heath's book is profound and the product of years of study and thought. These things have been kept from us by institutional forces and preserved in secret. Only an understanding of these principles can save us."
"You do not have to be deeply into the field of mathematics, or the field of esoteric numbers, to enjoy this book, and to gain some wisdom from it. The discussions on secret societies, and those on sacred numbers and architecture are absolutely breathtaking! Well written, and easily understood, this book has a place with those who wish to understand their own lives better."
Posted February 16, 2009
Have you wondered why there are 12 hours on the clock and 12 months in the year. And why there are 360 degrees in a circle. How about the importance of assigning the holidays to yearly astronomical events. The ancient design of certain signs and beliefs. Its all explained here. Also, the dependence of current measurement systems on global dimensions. The reason that the English foot and the Egyptain royal cubit are related. How about architectures of buildings and cities. Humanity has left the meanings of the signs in the sky in many forms over the millenia.<BR/><BR/>This book is one of the few that bring all this ancient background together in one place. We all depend on measurements and meanings from the distant past. The astronouts live in a world of vectors and velocities using these very ancient measurements. Our calendars, GPS systems, and part of our language are a result of these number origens. Its nice to know how we got here at last.
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