Ancient Greeks & Atlanteans Used Sexagesimal Time Measure for Geometry or Eordcraeft as Known to Old English


The ancient (ice age) measuring system of the Norse was sexagesimal, with fot and mil, that’s feet and miles, 36,000 fot equalling a long mile or mil, so a short mile was 6,000 fot, the same number of feet which composed an olympic mile of the Greeks, both feet and fot anciently 12.16 modern inches in length. Interestingly, the Old English word for geometry is eordcraeft, earth-craft, memorializing the craft of measuring the earth by its axial precession rate of 72 years/degree.