Welcome to Sacred Cubit!
Great Zimbabwe, the elliptical temple, the structure out of which Applied Astrometry was rediscovered.
Elliptical temple of Awwam, Yemen, in Reise nach Marib, E. Glaser (mid 19th century) describes a structure identical to the “elliptical“structure in Great Zimbabwe.
This website will provide new insights into sacred numerology as well as the rediscovery of astrometry used by ancient architects that designed elliptical temples like the Great Zimbabwe Ruins and the temple of Awwam, Yemen.
What is Astrometry?
The term Astrometry refers to the process that Ancients utilised to reproduce part of the sky on a smaller scale on earth. This complex and fascinating practice made use of the sacred cubit (523.6mm) which is the equivalent of 100 000 000 km in the sky.
This website will provide deeper insight into this fascinating subject using the Great Zimbabwe ruins as an example of the complexity of this science.
Every element in these structures was built in divine proportion to represent the universe. In the case of the Zimbabwe ruins, the Central Tower, which was the most important element, was used by the priest of the time to make predictions and conduct divinations, can be traced back more than 18 000 years.
This ancient approach to architecture has been lost but is rediscovered in these articles by Luciano di Giandomenico, a retired engineer, who has dedicated his life to re-awakening this knowledge.
We invite you to take a trip in rediscovering and exploring this ancient approach to architecture and life.
Website designed and hosted by Rebel Collective. © Luciano Di Giandomenico 2013