you said the position of the great pyramid is abortary;
well think of the earth as a gyroscope,
think of the pyramid as a "weight" and the position of the pyrimids as "above the equator" of a gyroscope
if you look at the loation of the pyramids as a "balencing force" to the rotation of the earth,
ie "hang a weight off the outer gimbal ring" this causes a change in angular momentum and a precesstion is observed,
if the geocentric center of the land mass of the earth, is where the heavyest stone structure is there is a direct (very small) effect on the pressing of the planet,
like a balence weight on a wheel removes "vibration"
a balence "weight" in THIS EXACT LOCATION ALLOWS FOR A STABLE PRESSESTION WITHOUT MUTATION.
this can be no coincedence,
why is the heavest stone object on earth in the exact location that would create the maxium impact on rotation?
is this to just co-incedental?
if you consider that this weight has an effect on the rotational period and that the position is related to axual spin and that this has a bering on the cercumferencial position and that effects presesion,
it starts to look like a direct cause and effect
edit on 25-3-2012 by XPLodER because: (no reason given)