Pelasgian Finger Width in Measures for Megaliths from Greece to Italy Across Atlantic to the Andes Used for Navigation


Proving that the Pelasgians (progeny of Peleg a son of Heber) built the “cyclopean” stone structures of Greece and Italy, as well across the Atlantic in the Andes, a great Italian researcher Roberto Mortari has determined that they used a measure for their stone-hewning which Mortari calls the Pelasgian Finger, its “width” .605 inches, twenty of which (vigesimal) are almost exactly equal to the Olympic Foot of 12.16 inches (for full explanation see Page at right Great Pyramid for Navigation).