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by Charles William Johnson,Jorge Luna,Nalini Jeanne-Marie Johnson

Free eBook The Aztec Calendar: Math and Design download ISBN: 1586161822
Author: Charles William Johnson,Jorge Luna,Nalini Jeanne-Marie Johnson
Publisher: Earthmatrx Editions (September 15, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 212
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science
Size MP3: 1578 mb
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The Aztec Calendar book. The Aztec Calendar: Math and Designs explores the inner workings of the Mexican Sun Stone

The Aztec Calendar book. The Aztec Calendar: Math and Designs explores the inner workings of the Mexican Sun Stone. The author analyzes the central meaning to the calendar as of the different concentric rings which create its intriguing design. The knowledge about the calendar's meaning and function has been lost throughout the ages.

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Charles William Johnson. From my studies, it would appear that there exists a sacred proportion employed in the ancient design of the pyramidal sites around the world. 3 In this brief study, I have offered only a few select analytical comparative drawings and overlays between the Giza Complex of ancient Egypt and the pyramidal site of Teotihuacan, Mexico. In the Earth/matriX collection, there are thousands of similar analytical drawings that shall be posted.

Charles Bartlett Johnson was born in 1933 in Montclair, New Jersey, to Rupert Harris Johnson and Florence Endler. His father and mother divorced during his childhood, leaving Charles to live with his mother and four siblings. His father's second marriage produced Rupert J. Charles' later business partner, and two other step-siblings.

In post-Blitz London, humanity's last hope of defeating a powerful magician's insidious plans lies with a ghost trapped in a surreal city of the dead During World War II, soon after Ms. Lester Furnival married her beloved Richard, she died in an accident. Now she wanders the dark and lonely streets with her friend Evelyn. He is a thousand miles from anywhere when his craft strikes an unseen object, and begins taking water.

The Aztec Calendar: Math, Geometry, and Design - Charles William .

The Aztec Calendar: Math, Geometry, and Design - Charles William Johnson A site that explores the relation between the mathematics of ancient reckoning systems, expressed in historically significant numbers (cited in the historical record), and designs within the geometry of ancient artwork. The complexity of design within. The Aztec Calendar - René Voorburg Historical information and illustrations of the two more or less independent systems comprising the Aztec calendar, one having 365 days and based on the agricultural or solar year, the other with 260 days.

The Aztec Calendar: Math and Designs explores the inner workings of the Mexican Sun Stone. The author analyzes the central meaning to the calendar as of the different concentric rings which create its intriguing design. The knowledge about the calendar's meaning and function has been lost throughout the ages. However, its design elements suggest a certain logic of numbers. These numbers reflect the orbital times of Earth and Venus, along with other day-counts and cycles of our Universe. The author explains how the calendar's rings suggest movements to reckon the days.