The imperial system (miles, feet, yards, furlongs, nautical miles, etc) seems to resonate with repeating sixes. Earth’s diameter is 6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6! miles. 6! is pronounced “six factorial” and is simply (1x2x3x4x5x6), which equals 720.

The Moon’s diameter is 6! + 6! + 6! miles (2160). Six-sixty-six is the number of the beast. No number is inherently evil, but if you had to pick one it would definitely have to be six, which is why the word ‘hex’, means six.

* Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six. (666) -Revelation 13:18 *

The combined mean diameters of Earth and Moon, in miles, is equal to (six multiplied together nine times) divided by one thousand. According to NASA this is 99.997% accurate. With the polar or equatorial diameters, the correlation is still 99.9+% accurate.

We know there are 180 degrees in a triangle, 360 in a square, and 540 in a pentagon, so we can easily calculate the total angles of each Platonic solid. The combined angles of the five Platonic solids divided by the cube equals repeating sixes.

The diameter of the Moon is 6 x 6 x 6 x 10 miles = 6! + 6! + 6! miles = 2160 miles

The equatorial circumference of Earth is 6 x 6 x 6 x 100 nautical miles.

What is it about six, and the decimal system, and imperial measurements that makes all this work so perfect?

Scott Onstott elaborates on the ‘sixness’ to Earth

Further insight from the great folks at Sacred Geometry International

Now, lets go up an octave from six to twelve

The numbers 1 through 12 are what’s called the Dodecad. Do means 2. Decad means 10. These are not just numbers, but qualities of reality and the structure or numerical armature that Nature uses to build herself.

The 7 and 12 that are missing from the bottom(the radius), show up in the circumference.

The foot is not just the mere measure of a Kings foot. It’s based on the distances of the bodies in the cosmos. Namely, the Earth, Sun, and Moon.

“Man is the measure of all things” -Protagoras

Different mathematicians throughout time used different ratios to attempt to represent π. Leonardo of Pisa, more commonly known as ‘Fibonacci’, used 864/275 which equals 3.14181818… Fibonacci Pi is a 99.99% accurate ratio when compared to the commonly accepted value of Pi, which is 3.14159..

“Pythagoras was one of the first teachers to establish a community wherein all the members were of mutual assistance to one another in the common attainment of the higher sciences. He also introduced the discipline of retrospection as essential to the development of the spiritual mind. Pythagoreanism may be summarized as a system of metaphysical speculation concerning the relationships between numbers and the causal agencies of existence.” -Manly P. Hall