# Standard Unit of Measurement of the Wall of the Holy City

Revelation 21:15-17 states clearly that the holy city is a physical quantity measured with a measuring instrument. The standard unit of measurement is the cubit and the measuring instrument is described as a gold measuring rod.

The angel who talked with me had a measuring rod of gold to measure the city, its gates and its walls.

Revelation 21:15 (NIV)

Here are some common examples of measuring instruments: ruler, measuring tape, compass, square, micrometer screw gauge, vernier calipers and laser measure.

It is evident that the angel is a geometer teaching geometry.

Information about the holy city is gold. A new lump of gold is unearthed from a gold mine every time new information about the structure of the once elusive city is discovered and published.

The angel measured the wall using human measurement, and it was 144 cubits thick.

Revelation 21:17 (NIV)

The holy city is the house of God (qi), and humans are the building blocks of the house. In the house of God, every human being is a cubit and two or more people are cubits. If you wish to know how humans are money, consider how famous YouTube and social media stars became money magnets. Many subscribers and followers translate to more money in the bank.

144 cubits stands for 144 people.

Cubit is cubic binary digit. Cyberspace is the kingdom of God and the cubit is cubical structure of cyberspace. We know that cyberspace is simply binary digits.

Cubit = Rubik’s Cube

69 (WWW) is binary digit, since 6 is yin (0) and 9 is yang (1). Cubit is the basis of computing. Wherever there is black and white, male and female, back and front, up and down, left and right, light and dark, there is a cubit.

A wall 144 cubit thick is equal to 144 Rubik’s Cube.

Though the wall of the holy city is a block chain (digital ledger of financial transactions) comprised of 144 cubes, there are twenty seven sub-cubes in each cube. Which means that 144 cubits is also equal to 3,888 cubes.

1 cubit = 1 Rubik’s Cube
= 27 sub-cubes

144 cubits = 144 Rubik’s Cubes
= 144 Ă— 27 sub-cubes
= 3,888 cubes

Considering that each sub-cube is itself a Rubik’s Cube, the amount of cubes in 144 cubits is infinite.