Roberto Mortari’s Pelasgian Finger Proves Origin of Greek Olympic Foot Same Method as Hebrews’ Different Metric


The “Pelasgian Finger” unit of measure (.605 modern inches) which Roberto Mortari deduced after studying the tightly fitted polygonal megalithic stone walls at locations in Greece, Italy, and the Andes, when multiplied by 20 (according to the vigesimal counting common to the eastern Atlantic and western Mediterranean) results in almost exactly the length of the ancient Olympic Foot (12.16 modern inches), hence the Greeks, named for the Hellenic (progeny of Elisha) tribe the Graikos, inherited their system of astronomical measure from the seafaring Pelasgians, whose kin remained in the Levant embraced the royal cubit unit of measure (see Page titled Great Pyramid for Navigation).