The New Testament was written using the Greek alphanumeric alphabet and every letter was also a numeric symbol therefore every word has a numeric value called gematria and Lord Jesus Christ has a gematria of 3168 in the Bible’s Greek text. Below are examples of the first use in our solar system of numbers and various units of measure, some Greek words are used for the first time via a code based on Biblical gematria. The numeric system embedded in the Greek alphabet identifies the Source by the number of his name, the Lord Jesus Christ aka the Creator has signed his work using the number of His Name which is 3168 .

Placing circles inside squares is suggested by the simple but profound geometric relationship between the earth and the moon, their circumferences via 22/7 = the perimeter of a square placed tangent around the earth. When we add basic dimensions using appropriate units of measure the numbers produced are a code that reveal the identity of the Designer. Further investigation reveals that the designs of the units of measure and our solar system have a common Source.

The Greek geographic foot equalled 1.01376 Imperial feet, if you type Greek foot 1.01376 into your internet browser you will get enough hits to demonstrate that the above geographic version of the Greek foot existed, the geographic factor separates this version of the Greek foot from the other versions that are not relevant to this investigation. The Parthenon’s stylobate (floor) is 100 Greek geographic feet wide which is equal to 1 arc second of a great circle of the earth, some say this is evidence that the Greeks inherited their geographic units of measure from a more advanced prehistoric civilisation involved in global commerce such as Atlantis for example.

The Greek geographic cubit = 1½ Greek geographic feet and 1½ geographic cubits = 1 Greek geographic great cubit, the Parthenon’s stylobate (floor) is 100 Greek great cubits long. So the Parthenon’s floor is 100 Greek geographic feet x 100 Greek geographic great cubits and used to be called Hekatompendom which means 100 new feet. As we said 100 Greek feet = 1 arc second of the earth’s circumference and 1000 Greek geographic cubits = the pre bulge equatorial rotation speed per second (0.3168 Roman miles). The Greek stade of 600 Greek geographic feet = 633.6 Roman feet and is 1/10 of a Pyramid geographic mile therefore 10 Greek geographic stades are equal to 1 arcminute of a 24883.2 mile circumference great circle of the earth; (the earth’s 7920 mile diameter x 864/275 = 24883.2 miles circumference), note that the 864/275 method for pi is a factor in the formulation of the Greek geographic units of linear measure. The Greek geographic cubit = 0.3168 Roman paces or 0.0003168 Roman miles and the Greek geographic great cubit = 0.0003168 Roman leagues which indicates the real source of the Greek geographic units of measure.

The Roman mile = 5000 Roman feet or 1000 Roman paces, the Roman league = 1.5 Roman miles, the Roman foot = 16 Roman digits or 12 Roman inches, the Roman palm = 4 Roman digits (fingers). Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defined the Roman mile as 1600 yards which enables us to define the other units of measure, the Romans used other versions of the above units of measure during their long history but as they are not factors of the Great Design we don’t need to know their details.

The megalithic mile = 14400 Imperial feet or 2.727272727 statute miles, the megalithic rod = 2.5 megalithic yards and 5280 megalithic yards = 1 megalithic mile. Professor Alexander Thom did decades of research on megalithic sites and rediscovered the megalithic units of linear measure he said the megalithic yard was 2.72 feet which is correct as far as he went but it has to be taken further to be compatible with the megalithic mile and the designs of the Stonehenge group of monuments. The megalithic yard has to be 2.727272727 feet long making 5280 megalithic yards to 1 megalithic mile instead of 5294.117647 megalithic yards of 2.72 Imperial feet to the megalithic mile, so in this investigation we use the megalithic yard of 2.727272727 Imperial feet and use 2.5 of these as the megalithic rod. These 3 units of measure are now compatible with each other as well as the designs of the monuments and the numbers on the Musical Scale Chart.

The mile i.e. the statute mile is 5280 feet, 3 miles = 1 league or 3.168 Old English miles, the Old English mile = 5000 feet, the chain = 66 feet or 100 links, the furlong is 660 feet, the rod = 16.5 feet, the English cubit = 1.5 feet, the yard = 3 feet, the fathom = 6 feet, 12 inches = 1 foot and the Gunter pace = 31.68 inches. The acre = 4840 square yards and 4 roods = 1 acre.

The Pyramid geographic mile = 6082.56 feet and is 1 arc minute of the earth’s circumference i.e. calculated via the 864/275 method for pi and the earth’s 7920 mile diameter, 3 Pyramid geographic miles = 1 Pyramid geographic league.

The reed = 10.56 feet, the great cubit = 1.76 feet and 6 great cubits = 1 reed; 3000 great cubits = 1 statute mile which is 500 reeds.