posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 12:43 AM
Originally posted by cmaracing
On the Giza plateau there are 3 visible pyramid's, the two that are the closest to each other is Khufu pyramid and khafre pyramid the 3rd one is
pushed off to far to be any relevance to the other two,
Pushed off too far? That's a purely esthetic perception. In fact, at least in the planning phase of the layout, the third pyramid, the G3, comes
before G2. Khafre's pyramid is the child of the other two. John Legon was first to make a strong case for the three pyramids as a group from the
planning stage. He proves by standard geometrical procedure that the north-south distance between the pyramids should be either 1732 cubits even, or
in another case the constructed value of the square-root of 3 times 1,000, depending on the time period he was writing in. The precise value is the
latter one, I think. Anyhow, Legon is specific, and his valuation can be checked in terms of inches, or in terms of one's own construction. That way
there can be continuity. Everything one does in terms of geometric construction with Giza can be expressed in an exact manner in relation to this plan
of the three pyramids by Petrie. Commitment to exactly this scale paid off for my own theory. I am able to say that under exactly these terms a given
distance is 112.9996 cubits, and so on. I've read something by Don Barone on Ma'at today, where he says that some point in his reconstruction misses
being exact by only .5 cubit. To him it's close, to someone else it could be different. But, he does give a number to work with.
I'll look again, but I didn't see detailed description of your theory at your site. I'd like to see you do some more work, and really flesh out the
skeleton demonstration, because ideas of others on Giza's layout interest me greatly. Get rid of those thick lines, many cubits across.
By the way, no geometry will lead to digging at Giza. If anything, scans would have to be made first, but how deep can you scan?
If there is a tunnel, so what? Do you expect finding treasures there? I wouldn't . Not at Giza, but if so, then it would be seriously out of reach of
accidental discovery, and certainly would not be pointed to by the three pyramids in any manner whatsoever. There is no such easy money.
but what if the 3rd pyramid which is menkaure pyramid is part of a viewing point. If you see khufu and khafre pyramid's from above you start to see
that start to form 2 pyramids that can not be located above the ground ither because they where not constructed or are buried under the sand i have
fotos that show that the possibility that 2 extra pyramids ether where planed or are built but are under the sand. when the picture was further
examined by me and a Friend we found that it contained a 3D square.
Further more when all for pyramids are introduced the pyramid of Menkaure happens to follow a line that intersects to a point that could suggest a
possible entrance to an underground tunnel.
see my pics.
That cube is hard to see.