"Mutharaiyar,
Concentric Circles with 33 rays."
Created by our brother Charles R. Henry. 
The Master
Key to Unlock
The Mystery of Concentric Circles
by T.L.
Subash Chandira Bose, Gary A. David, and Jack
Andrews.
We
would like to convey our sincere thanks to all our friends for their interest
shown towards all our articles, especially those on symbols, and also for
the encouragement shown to take up the research and study of concentric circles.
We are trying to unfold the mystery with the maximum possible evidence.
Introduction:
Concentric circles, one above the other with a common center, have been found
all
over the world.
These symbolic circles are also found with vertical and horizontal lines intersecting
the center of the circles.
Observations: Three concentric circles
occur in some holy temples. At Stonehenge the stones were laid in one, three,
five and seven circles. However, the most commonly found contains only one
circle of stones. Concentric circles are also frequently found on rock surfaces
(rock art).
The Common Questions: What is the common phenomenon between
the concentric circles found at Stonehenge and those in other sacred temples?
Why was the number of circuits selected to be 1, 3, 5 and 7? What is the maximum
number of concentric
circles? Where did the knowledge come from? Is it an ancient geometry; if
so what exactly is that? Are these concentric circles related to spirituality?
What information did our ancestors leave for us to understand?
Study: The circles are part of geometry; to draw a circle there
must be a radius or diameter with linear measurement. The circles can be drawn
with any arbitrary dimensions, but they will not form uniform circles one
above the other. There must be a specific method in the selection of the dimension
of the radius or the diameter in order to form the uniform circles one above
the other. What is the specific method to select the dimensions of the radius
or the diameter? Let us refer the ancient system of linear measurement.
Ancient system of measurement: In India
there are many ancient manuscripts related ancient geometry dating back to
30002000 B.C. Among those manuscripts we are referring to the system of measurement,
Mayamata, Chapter 6, translated by Bruno Dagens.
5.1 All habitations are defined by their dimensions.
I am going to present as well, methodically though in few words, the system
of measurements.
5.2 The Manangula is known to be a multiple
of an atom, defined as that which can be perceived by the vision of those
who have mastered their senses.
5.36a Eight atoms are equal to a speck of dust;
in multiplying each eight times eight, we go from a speck of dust to the tip
of a hair, then to a nit, to a louse and finally to a grain of barley. Eight
barley grains make a digit (angula), which is called matra. Twelve digits
makes a span (vitrasi), twice which is a cubit (hasta), called by the learned
as well kisku; twentyfive digits make a prajapatya, twentysix a dhanurmusti
and twentyseven a dhanurgraha.
5.6a11a For vehicles and seats the cubit (is
used), for buildings the dhanurmusti, and for villages and so on the dhanurgraha;
the ordinary cubit, however, may serve for any building; it is called ratni,
aratni, bhuja, bahu and kara. Four cubits makes a pole, also called yasti;
eight poles (danda) makes a rope (rajju), villages are to be measured in poles
asare pattana, (towns), nigama, kheta, palaces…. etc.; but houses are
to be in cubits. The sage should employ the span for vehicles and seats, the
digit for small (objects) and the barley grain for very small ones. Such is
the system of measurements.
5.11b12 The matrangula is equal to the middle
phalanx of the middle finger of the officiating priest; it is (to be used
for measurements relating to) sacrifices…etc.; that which has just been
mentioned is also called “ digit taken from the body” (dehalabdhangula).
5.13a Knowing all this the architect must measure
rigorously.
5.36a Eight atoms are equal to a
speck of dust, in multiplying each eight times eight, we go from a speck of
dust to the tip of a hair, then to a nit, to a louse and finally to a grain
of barley. Eight barley grains make a digit (angula), which is called matra.
We have tabulated the above for convenience and comparison purposes.
Atom (Paramanu)  Speck of Dust  Tip of Hair  Nit  Louse  Barley  Angula 
8  1  
64  8  1  
512  64  8  1  
4096  512  64  8  1  
32768  4096  512  64  8  1  
262144  32768  4096  512  64  8  1 
One angula is equal to 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 (atom, speck of dust, tip of
hair, nit, louse and grain of barley) or 262,144 atoms (one atom  0.000003814
angula in length). Dear researchers and scholars, kindly
note that the number eight plays a big role in the ancient system of measurements.
Let us draw a square with the measurement of a side as one atom, and also
apply the socalled (!) Pythagorean theorem: “The Square of the hypotenuse
is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides of a rightangled
triangle.”
With the lowest 0.000003814 angula (the size of atom) as a measurement of
a side, a square is drawn. The area of the sides is added and the square root
of the product is the hypotenuse. Then the size of hypotenuse is taken as
the measurement for the sides in the next square. By continuing 66 times,
we shall arrive at the square with the side of one angula. With the same principle,
1 angula to 262,144 angula can be arrived at in 36 times. We shall find every
alternative number with the size (side of the square) of 1,2,4, 8,16,32, 64,
128, 256, 512, 1024 …………and 262,144.
S.No. Side
Diagonal Area
1. 1
1.414213562
1
2. 1.414213562
2 2
3. 2 2,828427125
4
4. 2,828427125
4 8
5. 4 5.656854249
16
6. 5.656854249
8 32
7. 8 11.3137085
64
8. 11.3137085
16 128
9. 16 22.627417
256
10. 22.627417 32
512
11. 32 45.254834
1024
12. 45.254834 64
2048
13. 64 90.50.50966799
4096
14. 90.50.50966799 128
8192
15. 128 181.019336
16384
16. 181.019336 256
32768
17. 256 362.038672
65536
18. 362.038672 512
131072
19. 512 724.0773439
262144
20. 724.0773439 1024
524288
21. 1024 1448.154688
1048576
22. 1448.154688 2048
2097152
23. 2048 2896.309376
4194304
24. 2896.309376 4096
8388608
25. 4096 5792.618751
16777216
26. 5792.618751 8192
33554432
27. 8192 11585.2375
67108864
28. 11585.2375 16384
134217728
29. 16384 23170.47501
268435456
30. 23170.47501 32768
536870912
31. 32768 46340.95001
1073741824
32. 46340.95001 65536
2147483648
33. 65536 92681.90002
4294967296
34. 92681.90002
131072 8589934592
35. 131072 185363.8
17179869000
36. 185363.8 262144
34359238000
37. 262144 370727.6001
68719476000
Leaving the first dimension one (1) we shall observe from 1 to 32 (ten times
10), 32 to 512 (eight times 8) and 512 to 262144 (eighteen times 18). In total,
36 times. (36 times!) 36 squares; and if the squares are changed to circles,
there would be 36 circles one above the other.
Let us unfold the secret and sacred code by referring to the Holy Bible, the
Old Testament Book of Ezekiel the vision of the temple. The size of the
womb chamber of the most Holy of Holies is 20 long cubits long and 20 long
cubits wide. The wall thickness of the womb chamber is six long cubits, so
the total area 32 x 32 = 1024 square long cubits. We must note the final and
largest diagram (in Mayamata, Chapter 7 diagrams) is the square divided
into 1024 equal squares, which is Indrakanta. The secret of the ten stages
(Ten) from 1 to 32 indirectly is shown in the size of Holy of Holies.
Let us further double its area: 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192, 16384, 32768, 65536,
131072 and 262144 square long cubits. In the eighth stage (Eight) of doubling
the area we find 262144, which is the area of a square having sides of 512
long cubits long and 512 long cubits wide (512 x 512 = 262144). The size of
the outer court of Ezekiel’s temple is 500 long cubits long and 500 long
cubits wide, having a wall thickness of 6 long cubits. This means that the
size of the outer court including the wall thickness shall be 512 long cubits
long and 512 long cubits wide. Is it a coincidence or reality? We shall discuss
this in the concluding section.
“Surprise is the beginning of understanding the Mystery”
Are we on the right path in our study and research of concentric circles?
Is there any evidence in the form of symbols or ancient pictures with 36 circles
found in our Mother Earth? It is natural to human beings to ask for such evidences?
It appears our ancestors were also aware of this and left the evidence in
Central Australia for our ready reference.
A
ceremonial wooden plaque found in central Australia, now kept in the
National Museum of Victoria.
Thanks to Erich Von Däniken, Pathway to Heaven. 
The
Key symbols found in Tamil Nadu, India.

7" + 7"  49 + 49  98  v 98  9.899494937 
9.899494937" + 9.899494937"  98 + 98  196  v 196  14 
14" +14"  196+196  392  v 392  19.79898987 
19.79898987" + 19.79898987"  392+ 392  784  v 784  28 
28" + 28"  784+784  1568  v 1568  39.59797975 
Ezekiel's
Temple Plan Overview

Concentric
circles at Lord Siva temple and a miniStonehenge found in Tamil Nadu,
India (Author’s collections).

Rock
art panel located in northern Arizona, USA.
(Author’s collection) 
“Nassu”
(Author’s collection)

A
diagram from very old book
Thanks to Lambert Dolphin 
Images
of site in California and Shamanic tradition
 Thanks to the authors concerned. 
© T.L.Subash Chandira Bose 2003. Email to: lscbose@eth.net
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