# 64. (3/3) Trigonometry and the holy sites

Part 3 13 is one of those special numbers we spoke about before.

13 / 180 = 0.7222222222222222222

0.72222222 x PI = 2268.93333 13 degrees equals .2268 radians

This 2268 of Nineveh I will get back to.

Let’s take 1872 divide by PI = 595.874 / 52 = 114.591 again

While 595.874 / 57.2951 = 10400 radians.

And 1728 / PI = 550.0 divided by 48 = 114,591

This 550.038 divided by radian 57.2957 = 96.

The processional count of 25920 / 180 = 144

25920 / PI divided by 57.2957 = 144.

Half the Mayan count of 1872 = 936

936 / Pi = 297.937 x 57.2957 = 52.

To convert degrees to radians multiply by one third cubit

5236 / 3 = 1745.3333333 which is conversion factor.

This 114.591 multiplied by the multiplications of the cubit will give you 48,30,18,24,12 etc. A basic tool.

As you might recall we also talked about one being divided by 7 = 0.14285714 etc and two divided by 7 = 0.28571428 And if you place the one before it again 1.14285714 x Nineveh 2268. You will get the 25920 again Platonic year.

1 / 7.2 / 7.3 / 7 changes the order of them. Place a one in front of them and multiply them all by 315 or 819 and you will see they become familiar numbers. If you take the Nineveh number again 1366560 and the 1360800:

1366560 – 1360800 = 5760

1360800 / 63 = 21600

Jesus’ number 3168 / 2 = 1584 while Plato’s number 2592 x 2 = 5184

and 5184 – 1584 = 3600

while 3168 adds up to 18