This is the simple acceptance of, as we have already discussed, the scant remnants of information left to us by the Egyptians in the papyri. And, as we have discussed, Alexandria's Library was destroyed twice, and certainly all the temples of Egypt have no surviving documents of worth that detail the knowledge of the plan of Khufu's pyramid, let alone any of the pyramids...there is just a hint of exceptional value in the tale of Khufu wanting to incorporate certain secrets of Thoth into his pyramid. That right there is the glaring anomaly that shouldn't be overlooked: the secrets of Thoth.
They are elusive to all but the initiated and exclusive minds allowed to know them...not even Khufu knew them but there were folk who did...such is the knowledge that Thoth had secrets.
Of all the temples, the constructions had the inner sanctum where, pretty much, only the high priest were allowed into because of what was contained in there. It was only on special occasions that even the Pharaoh could gain access, otherwise none went in. For the most part, certain personages were allowed up to the doorway but not allowed to cross the threshold.
Yes, we can accept math as being a whole layer of value in not only what was given to understand, but also what was kept hidden to all except the one's needing the knowledge to perfectly replicate the blue print of the temple according to the stars. The high priest and the Pharaoh and, through an intermediary, Seshat, laid out the foundations after doing their readings of the stars. The Pharaoh participated but the priest and Seshat did the groundwork...the priest was acting on behalf of Thoth, and therefore certainly knew the secrets of Thoth to exactly lay out the foundations.
It was a grand occasion to lay out the foundations of something so 'holy', so much so that none were allowed within sight of the process as it was deemed 'certainly not for mortal eyes'. After the marks were made upon the ground, the engineers stepped in to make the alignments and set the boundaries for the construction to come, and none, not even the Pharaoh, knew exactly what was involved besides the high priest and the personification of Seshat...
Okay...so while I keep offering bits and pieces of my pyramid analysis to various topics, it is because I don't need to keep plugging the very topic of the analysis over and over again by putting it out of its place in its position of where it is on the message board. I don't need to throw it in the awareness of folk who seek out the foundations for what it is they are trying to do with what they are investigating...all I can do is mention it as something worthwhile taking note of to see if it aids in someone's exploration of what they are doing. I used the stars to base the plan on; the sun; the various lines of ecliptic and celestial equator and southern meridian; and it translated over to Earth as being part of the plan. I investigated and tried various things before it came together and it is what it is. You might not like it because it is believed that they couldn't have been so particular in having that kind of knowledge, but little pieces of historical records say they did...and just the very minimal folk had that knowledge. Everyone else had 'close-tos'.
I certainly don't consider myself exceptional...I am tenacious in needing to know the answer to something, and like all who have needed to know the answer to something, we will do something in all manner of ways until we trip over the answer, and then hardly believe it when it is right in front of our eyes. You would not believe the umms and ahs I went through before I wrote the analysis up and published it on-line. I asked Graham about it and whether I could write out a simple article and he said yes...that was a couple of years before I published it on-line...but I couldn't write a simple article...it couldn't be done in even a few thousand words. It had to be entire. Several months back Holly asked me to write an article about it and it was difficult but she provided feedback on my presentations until finally it was compact enough and she accepted it...but hasn't put it on the articles board. I don't know what happened there and haven't bothered to ask. I put that article on Academia.edu before I sent the final draft to Holly, so I own it. I left it on Academia for a week and then took it down, and I don't know if it was looked at or not, but I will put it back on there again when the time is right.
So, yes, everyone can offer up as much as they want to in what they believe about ancient math and design and such, but there are the secrets that are hard to find as they are so very elusive. Ask anyone who made a break-through in something which has given us the world we live in. Even look at your computer and wonder at what it can do that 60 years ago was not just impossible but inconceivable. And yet right in your very hands is the impossible and inconceivable...someone discovered a secret to make it so, and that secret is being adjusted to take on quantum computing involving cold fusion. Sheesh...cold fusion? Go figure...