I have described the ship-grave of antiquity as a 4-sided box of confined space, either as a boat like the Ark or a tomb as the Great Pyramid. In the new dispensation, the 8-sided or octagonal shape was adopted for religious building construction sites such as a church, a synagogue or a mosque. The mathematics for this new vision also had to change with it.
But what was there before this new design in building?
The subject of my next study in numberology in the Bible will be on Solomon’s Temple. Not only was Solomon a wise person, he was also a builder of a house for God. In what ways was this Temple similar to or different from previous temples of the ancients?