Thursday, September 3, 2015

Pythagoras Triangle at the Newark, Ohio Earthworks

Pythagoras's Triangle at the Newark, Ohio Earthworks

The Babylonian Amorites in the second millennium B.C.,( 1560B.C) 1000 years before Pythagoras, had formulated the mathematical rules for generating the Pythagora's theorem and understood the relationship between the sides of a right triangle., 12 + 12 = ()2.

From “The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley,” there is evidence that whom the archaeologists call the Beaker People, were in fact, Amorites who had come to England to mine the tin for the emerging Bronze Age markets. It was the Beaker People who had erected the stones at Stonehenge.

The Amorites who were the accounted giants in the Bible developed the Pythagoras triangle formula a 1,000 years before its namesake.  The executed the formula in England and the Ohio Valley with their indistinguishable earthworks, known as a henge.

Amorite (Beaker People) henge sites laid out geographically to form a Pythagoras triangle.