Hi folks ! Thanks for chearching.
I do not pretend to have understood the whole figure.
The architects of the Great Pyramid have let HINTS in order that an advanced civilization could by a mathematical reasonning, find what was purposely
I'm not the first to speack about the link between the golden ratio and the GP.
I think (please, proove me wrong, it would help me) that I am the first to use a precise drawing program and mathematical knowledge to search those
I found :
- The center of the inner circle beeing on the floor of the King's chamber.
- The center of the circumscript circle beeing on the floor of the Queen's chamber, and beeing drawn by the shafts, as it should geometrically
(shafts = mediatrices of the apothemes).
- The ratio 1/2 between their heights from the floor as a mathematical result AND a measurement by archeologists.
I think that using the same tools would find a lot of other hints.
I found some, but don't want to bother. (Known subterranean chamber, inner corridors, etc ...).
Now, the good question is : WHY ?
Why the architects wanted us to find those hints ?
I think that their intention was to allow the discovery of SOMETHING only when the technology of the civilization would be sufficient. That is NOW.
So, we have to discover SOMETHING by a mathematical and logical reasonning.
- the inner circle is stressed by a chamber (King)
- the circumscript circle is stressed by a chamber (Queen)
I think there's a chamber at the center of the exinscripted circle.
I call it the X point :