On the Wholly relation between the inch and the centimeter

The inch is a unit of measurement (of space) of the (British) imperial system. The centimeter is a similar unit of the (French) metric system. In the metric system, with the meter as its core unit, each unit is a factor of 10 larger or smaller then its neighboring unit. The most well-known units of the metric system are the millimeter (1/1000 meter), the centimeter (1/100 meter), the decimeter (1/10 meter), the meter (1/1 meter), the decameter (10 meter), the hectometer (100 meter), and the kilometer (1000 meter).

In the imperial system, this is quite different. There, we find inches, feet, yards, and miles. The mutual ratios between these units are not based on multiples of ten, as in the metric system. A foot equals 12 inches, just like the Zodiac includes 12 constellations, and the clock face shows 12 hours. This whole of 12 units, we call a dozen. We find the origin of counting in pairs of 6 dating back to Ancient Sumer.

Next, a yard equals 3 feet. In this, I clearly see a reference to the Wholly Trinity, which is a key concept of Wholly Science.

The interpretation of the hidden meaning of the third ratio of the imperial system is not at all straightforward. A mile equals 1760 yards. But why 1760? What does this number mean? We find the answer to this rather difficult question when we calculate the number of inches in a mile. This amount of 12 inches in a foot times 3 feet in a yard times 1760 yards in a mile corresponds to a so-called self-mirrored number. The last halve of that number is the mirror image of the first halve (and vice versa). That number is:

063,360

The amount of 1760 yards in a mile was chosen to point out the very important meaning of 360, which is of course the number of degrees of arc of a full circle, again originating from Ancient Sumer. In a similar way, the number of minutes in a natural day is very special. Have you ever calculated that number?

Please bear in mind that only ignorant people try to stay ignorant by thinking of something as coincidence. Just open your mind, and look for the hidden meaning in everything. By doing so, you might grasp the hidden meaning of the relation between the inch and the centimeter.

1 foot = 1200 / 3937 meters

1 centimeter = 0.3937 inch

The number 3937 is very special. It is the multiplication of two prime numbers: 31 and 127. Remarkably enough, 127 is also the 31st prime number. Is that a coincidence?

Let us now calculate the exact amount of centimeters within precisely 1 inch.

1 inch = 1 / 0.3937 centimeter =

2.54000508001016002032004064008128016256032512065024...

Ignorant people conclude that 1 inch equals 2.54 centimeter. They do not see the pattern in the ciphers after the first three zeros following 2.54. That hidden pattern shows a doubling sequence starting with 508 (being the double of 254).

Wholly Science does not only consider 3 (or the Trinity) to be a Wholly Number, but also numbers like 11, 13, and 33. Adding up 2.54 (2+5+4) gives 11, while adding up 508 (5+0+8) gives 13.

Do you know when the metric system became the official French standard? That decree was dated on April 7, 1795. Since April is the fourth month, April 7 means (4+7) 11, and so does the Fourth of July. Is that perhaps a coincidence? Adding op April 7 and 1795 gives (4+7+1+7+9+5) 33. Wholly Science shows many important meanings of 33, and coincidence is not one them.

So which system is better, the French or the British? When we stop being ignorant and ascend to a higher level of understanding (meaning above duality), then we see the Wholly meaning hidden in the relation between both systems. I can prove that the builders of the Giza pyramids used both measurement systems. They also knew everything about Wholly Geometry. Their unit of measurement was the Cubit, equaling exactly Pi divided by 6 meters, which is about 52.36 centimeters. When you want to know more about this, then watch the three video’s below.

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© April 4th, 2013 – Johan Oldenkamp – Pateo.nl – Wholly Science