posted on Jan, 1 2009 @ 12:40 AM
Hi Scott, I read your article: The Great Pyramid and the Axis of the Earth - Part 2 (cont.)
By Gary Osborn and Scott Creighton.
I would firstly like to commend your work and for sharing the information. I have a couple of points to contribute that might interest you:
(1) The reference to the GP slope angle of 51.840 is consistent with the Mayan 5th Sun and 5184yrs x 5 = 25920yrs. However, are you aware that 51.840
in seconds is 186,624sec or [432 squared] which is within 0.002% of the ‘official’ speed of light in fps. To go a little deeper when we use the
Nineveh Constant, as you probably already know it is the rotational value in seconds of the Galaxy of 70 x 60 seven times. The NC of
195955200000000sec/186624sec is a harmonic of 105, which is the Ancient Reed measurement of 10.5ft or 126 inches.
(2) The full capped height of the GP I believe is a matter of conjecture. However, I found that 480ft x 756ft is 362,880 which turns out to be the
product of numbers 1 to 9 multiplied. This can also be verified by the perimeter of the base at 3024ft in inches = 36288 or 1/10th.
These aspects I find amazing in one monument could code so many things, so directly. Linking both the earth with the Galactic cycle. Probably not
surprising with the work you have done.
I can also link the above with a crop circle in the UK that incorporates both Pi & Phi. Known as Barbury Castle 2008:
One half the GP profile in this CC is a golden Pyramid and the Crop formation ratchet spiral encodes Pi to rounded up 10 decimal places which happens
to sum the 10 digits 3.141592654 which multiplied = 129,600 a ahrmonic of 1/2f precession, particularly if you re-introduce the decimal point. Note
the grid code and rotation of 864 & 756
Cheers from OZ
[edit on 1-1-2009 by wiz-oz]