posted on May, 9 2008 @ 01:25 PM
It has long been shown that within the Orion Correlation Theory (OCT) - first proposed by Bauval/Gilbert in their controversial book, The Orion
- that the correlation between the three belt stars and the three main Gizamids is not precise. It has also been argued (principally by
Robert Bauval) that the pyramid of Menkaure was placed in error on the Giza plateau with respect to its stellar counterpart, the belt star Mintaka.
The diagram below, however, demonstrates that it is more likely that it is in fact Khafre's Pyramid (G2) that was placed in error from its stellar
counterpart, the belt star Al Nilam. (Note: the 3 red dots in the diagram indicate the belt stars).
By circumscribing the 3 most extreme outer corners of the Giza pyramids we find that the belt star Al Nilam falls almost precisely on the centre of
this circumscribed circle. (And remember - this is the very same circle where we find that the Sphinx also has been placed on the circle):
We also find that the southeast corners of all 3 pyramids now lie on a 47* SW/NE diagonal line. Furthermore, a diagonal can now be drawn through the
centres of G1/G2 which then meets the NW corner of G3.
Furthermore, notice how - with G2 repositioned onto Al Nilam (with G1/G3 as fulcrum) the quarter lines bisect the 3 Queens of Menkaure!!!!!!
All of this conforms to the design technique shown here with the exception that it is G2 that is moved from its original position and NOT G3: