Creating four NSEW faces that are perfect equilateral triangles, literally squaring the circle in the form of a perfect pyramid, is a shortcut exhibition of pi, and its relatives, in a way that the whole Giza plan is a tribute / intro to Sacred Geometry (were it even just a tabletop size scale model), demonstrating the way these several Interesting Numbers just happen to dance and interact with each other, naturally: especially pi, phi, and the roots of 2, 3, and 5. The lucky numbers 7 and 11 get a special treatment, entirely different, obviously as low primes. What else can we learn, all about stone walls first?
As an artist and budding geometer, were such schools real, I would expect to have to turn a plan like this in, as a midterm project, proving I understood these elementary relationships and could design creatively under such parameters. It's a Rosetta Stone, or decoder ring, and probably points to the owners of that acreage when it was built, with some perhaps signature; checking... (oh wait, a linguistic professor says math is dumb, and astronomy is for the birds. Lame. Ah, well.)
Any ruins whose layout is exemplary of a particular method, when that method is ignored so that no further inquiry go un-dismissed, spins in its grave for being ever misunderstood, its secrets trapped behind stone walls?
Since it's all BS, I guess I'll read ahead anyways... Teotihuacan, Puma Punku... probably all the same nonsense, looks like the same pattern... is there a class on sarcasm we all should take first, though? Mythology. Which god wonders why he has to keep explaining his jokes?