"Rods of Amon Ra" Math    

       Because of my studies of the Great Pyramid has helped me to isolate and identify certain facts and key numbers concerning this system, I named the system the "Ra System." And the units of measure derived from this system the "Rods of Amon Ra*".

*Amon Ra is the name of the ancient Egyptian Sun God.

      The reader will be shown how the Ra System's presence in the geometry of the Great Pyramid it strongly indicates that the structure's designer and possibly other ancient architects at other times in the past, had an extensive knowledge of nature, and of the existence and dynamic functions of atomic particles.

         Using the Ra system of mathematics it is possible to tremendously improve the applications of mathematics, physics, medical, science, music, space travel, transportation, biology, biochemistry, and pharmacology.

        According to most Egyptologists, the Great Pyramid of Egypt was built sometime between 2700 B.C. and 2400 B.C. It is also believed by those of archeological authority that the first of the three assumed construction phases of Stonehenge was completed in about 1700 B.C. and that some of the Pre-Columbian sites of Central and South America (mentioned above) were in some cases constructed thousands of years later (ranging from B.C. dates to 100 A.D. and then on to about 900 A.D.).

    These time differentials raise a number of very intriguing questions regarding the Ra Systems use. Who first used the Ra System in their construction? How did the Ra system survive in an understandable form to be used at several times throughout history and be used at several different geographical locations thousands of miles from Egypt? These questions,  and a number of others that have long stood unan­swered about the Great Pyramid and other ancient buildings will be studied using the Ra System throughout the course of these writings.

      The data to be found in this first volume pertains to a natural system of math­ematics that has been observed in the activities of and physical forms of nature. In other words a system of mathematics that nature apparently uses to proportion itself, from the smallest atomic particle up to and including the largest galaxy. Volume 1 will also cover the fact that this very same system of mathematics was used in the design of the Great Pyramid, as well as other Pyramids and buildings of ancient Egypt. It has also been realized that this same mathematical system was also employed in the ancient megalithic construction known as “Stonehenge” and in the building designs and spatial lay-outs of the Pre-Columbian cities of Tiahuanaco, Bolivia and the Mexican cities of Teotihuacan and Palenque, which will be explored in depth in Volume Three.