Paradise
p. 44 numerics of principles (according to commentary on Chinese Book of Diagrams)
__ Principle of nature 
its numeric 
Superior 
216 
Inferior 
144 
[total] 
360 
nonnumeric & proportionate aequalities
p. 34 
diameter of St. Mary's Chapel, Glastonbury 
diameter of bluestone circle, Stonehenge 
p. 35 
perimeter of hexagon inscribed in earth 
10^1 part of distance between earth & moon 
p. 98 
25 : 24 
Hellenic : Roman 
25 : 22 
Aiguptian : Hellenic 

176 : 175 
longer Hellenic : shorter Hellenic (of Samos, p. 96) 

p. 101 
289 / 288^{th} polar radius of earth 
aequatorial radius of earth 
p. 102 
25 / 24^{th} Roman mile 
Hellenic mile 
25 / 24^{th} Hellenic mile 
English mile 
numerics
p. 
measure 
of __ 
95 
500 cubits 
each side of Great Pyramid 
96 
5 stadia 
perimeter " 
7 stadia 
Roman mile 

5,000 Roman feet 
" 

100 Hellenic feet * 225 Hellenic feet 
Parthenon 

98 
100 longerRoman feet 
inner diameter of sarsen circle, Stonehenge 
100 
2 * 10^7 <ibri^ feet = 6 * 10^6 <ibri^ rods (both according to Isaac Newton, p. 99) 
polar radius of earth 
4 * 10^6 Stonehenge outer radius 
" 

103 
1 second of arc = 100 English feet 
at 365.243 degrees (for nychthemera in solar year) as circumference of earth 
105 
[4,000 * 6^3] (= # of years om Dvapara Yuga, p. 104) miles 
diameter of sun 
[2,000 * 6^3] (= # of years in Kali Yuga, p. 104) miles 
radius of sun 

10 * 6^3 miles 
diameter of moon 

106 
12^7 feet 
circumference of moon 
400 {# of days in highland Maya year} * 12^7 feet 
circumference of sun 

220 {= # of days in Balinese year} * 12^7 feet 
orbit of moon 

109 
5040 (= 7!, p. 104) 
citizens of [hypothetical, "communist"  p. 108] Magnesia (according to Platon: Laws) 
110 
12 
tribes in that Magnesia 
115 
10 * 12^2 acres 
area in that Magnesia 
121 
5 pairs of twins 
sons of Poseidon & Kleito, in Atlantis (according to Platon: Kritias) 
122 
5 stadia 
diameter of central island, Atlantis 
1 stadion 
width of inner ring of water, Atlantis 

2 stadia 
width, each, of ring of land & of 2^{nd} ring of water, Atlantis 

3 stadia 
width, each, of 2^{nd} ring of land & of outer ring of water, Atlantis 

300 feet * 1 stadion 
temple of Poseidon on Atlantis 

100 
statues of Nereides on dolphins surround idol of god in temple of Poseidon on Atlantis 

127 
50 stadia 
width of outer wall around Atlantis 
10^6 acres 
enclosed land in Atlantis, beyond the citylimits 
p. 154 harmonic composition of the Worldsoul (according to Platon: Timaios)
1^{st} 
1 
2^{nd} 
2 
3^{rd} 
2^{nd} * 1/2 again 
4^{th} 
2 * 2^{nd} 
5^{th} 
3 * 3^{rd} 
6^{th} 
8 * 1^{st} 
7^{th} 
27 * 1^{st} 
p. 158 means, arithmetical & harmonic
double intervals 
triple intervals 
6 
6 
8 
9 
9 
12 
12 
18 
16 
27 
18 
36 
24 
54 
32 
81 
36 
108 
48 
162 
terms in the Worldsoul, according to commentaries on the Timaios
p. 
authority 
# of terms 
sumtotal of all terms 
variations 
162 
Theon of Smurne 
35 
108,551 
 
Timaios Lokhris 
36 
114,695 
add 16 * 384 = 6144 

Proklos: Commentaries on the Timaeus 
34 
105,947 
reject 2187 & 6561 

A. E. Taylor 
34 
105,113 
include 6144; add 4096 & 8192; omit 2187, 4374, 6561 & 8748 

Ernest McClain: The Pythagorean Plato 
41 
double values as per Severus; etc. 

164 
John Michell 
114,048 
the 'selfmoving number' = 'source and origin of motion' [p. 163]
p. 
measured 
114,048 
other 
165 
earth, in units of 10 Aiguptian feet 
circumference 
diameter = 10! 
moon, in units of 100 feet 
diameter 
circumference = 7! 

New Jerusalem, in units of 1000 square miles 
total area minus area of central city 

square 
side, in units of 10 feet 
area = 10 * 12^6 acres 

164 
circle 
circumference, in units of 100 feet 
diameter = 10!; 
circle 
diameter, in units of 100 feet 
circumference = 12^7; area = 12! 
sphonduloi ("whorls") of spindle of [Ananke] "Necessity" (according to Platon: Republic)
p. 144 
p. 146 

# 
color 
[declining] order of width 
widths (conjectural) 
1^{st} 
variegated 
1^{st} 
36 
2^{nd} 
yellowish 
8^{th} 
6 
3^{rd} 
whitest 
7^{th} 
8 
4^{th} 
reddish 
3^{rd} 
24 
5^{th} 
yellowish 
6^{th} 
9 
6^{th} 
2^{nd}whitest 
2^{nd} 
27 
7^{th} 
brightest 
5^{th} 
12 
8^{th} 
illuminated by 7^{th} 
4^{th } 
18 
John Michell: The Dimensions of Paradise. Harper & Row, San Francisco, 1988.

The widths of the whorls on the spindle of Ananke are derived from the inclinations of the planets: http://www.pakhomov.com/plato_1.html#Spindle%20of%20Necessity
The praecession of the planets is as per the syntonic diachronic musical scale:
octave 
note 
planet 
1^{st} 
Do 
Mars 
2^{nd} 
Re 
Neptune 
3^{rd} 
Re 
Uranus 
#So 
Saturn 

#La 
Sun 

Si 
Mercury 

4^{th} 
#Do 
Earth 
Re 
Venus 

#Re 
Jupiter 
http://www.pakhomov.com/plato_2.html#Diatonic%20Solar%20System
