## All U.S. Towns are laid out on "666" grids

If you add the numbers 1...36 together, you get 666, the satanic trinity, the number of the beast.

Babylonian mystery cults drew 6x6 "magic squares" in their sun worship.

They look like this:

6x6 Magic Square of the Sun

01 | 35 | 34 | 03 | 32 | 06 | = 111 |

30 | 08 | 28 | 27 | 11 | 07 | = 111 |

24 | 23 | 15 | 16 | 14 | 19 | = 111 |

13 | 17 | 21 | 22 | 20 | 18 | = 111 |

12 | 26 | 09 | 10 | 29 | 25 | = 111 |

31 | 02 | 04 | 33 | 05 | 36 | = 111 |

All Columns = 111 times 6 = 666

Diagonally

01+08+15+22+29+36 = 111

31+26+21+16+11+06 = 111

The 6 x 6 magic square of the Sun contains the first 36 numbers arranged in such a fashion so that each line of numbers, whether added horizontally, vertically or diagonally from corner to corner, will yield the "solar number": 111.

The entire magic square therefore equals 666.

Therefore it is shocking to learn that almost

**all US towns are arranged on this same 6x6 grid.**

Each of the 36 square miles is numbered, the total of their numbers is 666.

Boustrophedonic Magic Square used for (nearly) all U.S. Town layouts

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |

12 | 11 | 10 | 9 | 8 | 7 |

13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 |

24 | 23 | 22 | 21 | 20 | 19 |

25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 |

36 | 35 | 34 | 33 | 32 | 31 |

=111 | =111 | =111 | =111 | =111 | =111 |

The UNITS OF MEASURE used by the world system are all based on 6, 60, 600, and 666:

TOWN = a 36 square mile grid, laid out exactly like the ancient Babylonian 6x6 "magic square of the sun."

BLOCK = 660 feet (10 'chains')

ACRE = 10 square chains. 66 feet x 660 feet

MILE= 80 chains (5280 feet)

ROD = 1/4 chain (16.5 feet) (note: rod is the name of an ancient pagan god.)

CHAIN = 66 feet = 4 poles (Imperial )= 22 yards

The chain was implemented in the U.K. in the 1620's by Edmund Gunter (whose first and last names number 6 letters each) to make land measure a decimal system. His 66 foot chain had 100 links.

The 66 foot chain lies at the origin of the definition of an acre as 4840 square yards. The original acre was an area of land suitable for ploughing in a defined time, and was therefore not square; it measured one chain (66 feet) by one furlong (furlong=660 feet=10 chains).

In the "Land Ordinance of 1785" standards were set for a basic grid survey, the hot new idea at the time.

You take a N/S line for a "Principal Meridian" and measure from there.

Every six miles you draw a "range line".

The E/W "baseline" is the starting point for the every six mile "township lines", range lines times township lines make 36 square mile boxes called "townships" which are divided into one square mile "sections".

In every township one section is used for, or sold to finance, schools. (Note that public education was not a reality in the U.S. for over a century after 1785. Therefore you see that Public Education was planned far in advance).

The remaining 35 sections are sold as one piece, or "subdivided" into halves, quarters, etc., 40 acres is 1/16th section.

Feet replaced chains around the turn of the 1900's; you can sometimes see the changeover.

Street right of ways are often 66 feet, from one chain. No inches, though, tenths of feet, instead.

The way sections in a township are numbered also shows an older mindset. You start with "1" at the northeast corner, then go west, with "6" at the northwest corner.

Drop one section south for "7", then head back east.

Repeat the pattern two more times, 6 X 6 = 36.

This is the way you plow a field with oxen, that's why town sections are not numbered left to right, the way you read.

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Examples:

On DECEMBER 13, 2001- Mayor Garza of San Antonio, TX stated, "the City is doing a historic survey on the original 36 square miles of the City."

The city of Miami is also 36 square miles.

Plymouth (citation needed.)

FROM OREGON STATE DOCUMENTS:

The state has been divided into quadrangles called townships and ranges. A township is approximately six miles square (36 square miles), and is designated by a sequence number referenced either north or south of the Willamette Base Line. A range number, referenced either east or west of the Willamette Meridian, describes the lateral position of each township in Oregon.

Township and range grid:

This Federal land-measurement grid establishes townships of approximately 36 square miles, 6 miles to a side.

Each township is identified numerically in a system of base lines and principal meridians.

The tiers of townships are numbered consecutively north or south of the base line as "Township 1 North, Township 2 North, Township 1 South, and so forth."

The rows of townships are numbered consecutive east or west of the principal meridian as "Range 1 East,

Range 1 West, and so forth."

Each section (approximately 1 square mile) within a township is labeled numerically from the northeast corner to the southeast corner.

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The exact real estate definition of township is:

Township: A division of land that is six miles square, containing 36 square-mile sections.

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HOW IS THE 6x6-SQUARE RELATED TO SUN-Worship?

The Babylonians, who invented the Zodiac, considered each of the twelve signs to rule over the twelve months of the year.

In the Zodiac there are 6 houses that the sun passes through during the day and 6 during the night.

Each house is divided up into 3 rooms.

So there are 36 rooms in the Zodiac, as the Babylonians believed there were 36 magnifications of the sun and thus 36 separate gods, all different revelations of the 'Sun-god.'

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aside: The phrase "Magic Carpet" actually refers to the construction of a magic square.

http://grogono.com/magic/6x6.php