I am always stunned by the ancients. Ancient Chinese mechanics. Ancient Mayan calendars. Ancient mythological origins of the universe. Where I am having trouble in my more advanced studies is my lack of knowledge in the world of higher math. I have for a while now been poring over the Babylonian and Sumerian base 60 systems. There is a lot of still emerging evidence to the ancient understanding of the universe as demonstrated through Sky charts, time principles, and music. These all are very well defined and intertwined as a singular study. these are all based on base 60 math.

YBC7289 is a fine example of the depth of knowledge and the ability to rationalize that base 60 possesses. McClain's extensive report on the base 60 foundation of music and ultimately harmonics is defined in his work in a very attractive manner. Plato embraced this system as well.

I suspect that the 'para', 'pseudo' and 'meta' voices act as inhibitors for the mainstream populace to truly embrace some of the ancient abstract studies as a legitimate study when applying to the great conundrums of modern science.

My years of interest have allowed me to find many sources that do embrace a scientific approach (although the 'fringes' are founded on the core principles, I do not wish to discuss these out of context) and will forward/post as discourse develops. Here are three of my favorites for now. I unfortunately am not strong enough in any of the studies to form what would be more than an outside looking in point of view.

I am very interested to know of any movement in modern theoretical math, physics, astrophysics, quantum theory or similar that is embracing the timeless 'truths' as presented by these ancients, in an effort to resolve some of our very complex modern frustrations.

YBC7289 (it is worthwhile to review the math links and analysis from the main page)

Ancient and Modern Physics, Willson (this is an entire work, a free online book)

1## Addendum: From ancient to modern - Mathematics