Temple Mount Cubit Length Seen by Leen Ritmeyer Same as Great Pyramid’s and Twice the Teotihuacan Unit


Leen Ritymeyer spent over two decades in Jerusalem studying the Temple Mount, from it having determined that the cubit length used for Solomon’s constructions was 20.67 inches, almost the same as the 20.63 inch cubit used for the Great Pyramid of Giza, and almost exactly twice the length of the Standard Teotihuacan Unit (41.71 inches) used to design the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico, which happens to be of the same base perimeter length as the Great Pyramid! So if you had doubted transoceanic navigation during the time of Solomon and before, doubt no more, unless you want to believe this all is some huge coincidence.