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Pythagoras came from Leon Battista Alberti's knowledge of ™'s Corded Ware

Pythagoras of Samos (cryptohistoricaly dated from 515 BC to 399 BC) was a protoplast (Greco-Roman "1st-formed") version of Confucius.

Both the Architect’s Lodge and Rosicrucianism evolved out of the Pythagorean Brotherhood. To accurately measure of Chronos hourglasses were invented Siena, Italy. The Akkadians used sexagesimal numerals. Like today, they broke Chronos down by the 60-second minute and 60-minute hours. Akkadians divided up the circle into 360 degrees. Renaissance Man was 1st to present the Pythagorean Theorem and the number for π regarding the circumference of a circle. From Pythagoras's writings, the Star Tetrahedron came into pre-Sufi literature. He distinctly reminisced having engrossed other architectonic constructs before his birth. Many of the achievement credited to people like Pythagoras and Socrates were a success of his descendants. All geometrical texts concern the Pythagorean theorem. Leon Battista Alberti taught Pythagoras who used triangles in various positions, indicating the cryptic triangles as combinations of essential elements. Such ratio's application yields harmonious proportions. Pythagoreans influence on Plato.

Megaliths in the UK integrate geometric ideas such as circles, ellipses, and Pythagorean triples in their architecture. Pythagoras was initiated by Hermes (Thoth). Pythagoras also knew the Earth was round. Renaissance Man is responsible for the writings of Thoth-Hermes. Leon Battista Alberti recreated the 3-Dimensional physical reality of the human form on 2-Dimensional surfaces. One of the MI5s (UK intelligence agency) early logo features an  All-Seeing Eye embedded in the capstone of a pyramid. A quarter of from the Netherlands has a bloodline distribution to Bloodline 2 (R1b). The Netherlands was influenced by the Italian Early Modern Age through business via Bruges, making Flanders rich in the 15th century. The Bell Beaker realm marked a period of contact between the Atlantic and Western EU on a level not seen previously, let alone viewed in later times.

™ can be seen as the western contemporary of Corded Ware, though from Medieval times Beakers moved eastwards to parts of EU where Corded Ware previously occupied. Beaker folk connected the Akkadian and Hyksos ringleaders after the Late Middle Ages. Ahmose I, who forced out ™, established the 18th throne. Once exiled out of Africa, all traces of ™’s activity was erased.