Introduction to the

Yehuveh’s Dozenal Counting System

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       Efforts to bring people from Yehuveh’s natural dozenal counting system to man’s decimal system have always been forced and harsh. When a government moves in this direction, they enforce their decision by stiff fines and fierce threats against any individual or business which resists. The bloody French Revolution (1789-1799) was only one such transition. Instituting a decimal monitary system is usually the first step toward foisting decimalization on a culture, because the entire population will, of necessity, learn to count and interact in the base-ten mechinism. Thus the French government instituted new decimal currency and the metric measurement system in 1795, as part of their national and cultural Revolution. Under the influence of French developments, and pressed by Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, the United States had instituted decimal currency three years before: The United States introduced decimal currency with the dollar in 1792 (adopting only the currency aspects of a more comprehensive decimal system of measurement proposed by Thomas Jefferson).” 
        These development are not new. Historians note that
several of the ancient civilizations used forms of the decimal system quite early in human development:

            c. 3500–2500 B.C.  “
Elamites of Iran possibly used early forms of decimal system.”
            c. 2900 B.C.  “
Egyptian hieroglyphs show counting in powers of 10 (1 million + 400,000 goats, etc.).”
            c. 2600 B.C.  “
Indus Valley Civilization, earliest known physical use of decimal fractions in ancient
                                weight system: 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 1/2.”
            c. 1300 B.C.  “
Chinese writers show familiarity with the concept: for example, 547 is written
                                ‘Five hundred plus four decades plus seven of days’ on an inscription of an oracle bone.”

This should not be surprising as such determined rejection of Yeuveh’s wisdom and ways marked the developments under Nimrod immediately after the flood and followed the dispersed peoples who went out from the divine judgments at the tower of Babal.
Genesis 11:1-9.

Restoring the Dozenal System
        Many of those who understand the issues between the two numeric systems appeal for a return to Yehuveh’s natural dozenal system: “
Stop the Decimal Insanity! This obsession to convert everything to decimal is misguided. Decimal is an arbitrary and not very useful number base. The time system [based on 12 and multiples of 12] as it exists is much more useful than decimal, because it’s easy to divide minutes or hours into into 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 parts, or to divide days into 2, 3, 4 or 6 parts. With decimal you’re limited to dividing your time periods evenly by 2, 5, and maybe 4.   We should change our number base, rather than our time system. See the Duodecimal, or ‘dozenal’ system.” 
        Without doubt, Yehuveh will restore His foundations very soon now. He has already begun to do so by showing us
His twelve commandments, twelve word Qabbalah, and astronomically marked dozenal-based [12 or 24 hours, 12 signs] time system. The destructive ten horns [this article graphically explains the contrasts between the decimal and dozenal systems and makes a sound case for restoring Yehuveh’s original numeric system] of the great red dragon are very shortly to be shattered! “All the horns of the wicked also will I cut off; but the horns of the righteous shall be exalted.” Those who have experienced the return to a dozenal system state that the return is pleasant and easy, indeed quite “natural” and very much to be encouraged. Psalms 75:10.

Gael Bataman
Originally Written:       22 September 2009
Latest Update:             22 September 2009

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