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Hello Manu,

There is no scientific data nor any advanced mathematics encoded in the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Here is a list of the formulae used in the designing of the Great Pyramid.

Dimension A =

Dimension B

Dimension B multiplied by 2

Dimension B divided by 2

Dimension B multiplied by 5

Dimension B divided by 5

Dimension B multiplied by 7

Dimension B divided by 7

Dimension B multiplied by 10

Dimension B divided by 10

Dimension B multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B multiplied by 2, multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B multiplied by 2, divided by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 2, multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 2, divided by 3 and 1/7th

Occurrences of multiplication or division by 2, 5, 7, and 10 are few (ranging from 1 to 6).

Occurrences of multiplication or division by 3 and 1/7th are in excess of 80.

There is no involvement of data of a scientific nature (except for the N-S-E-W orientation of the base).

It all starts simply with a square measuring 440rc, a square measuring 10rc and seked 5½.

Robin (MJT)

There is no scientific data nor any advanced mathematics encoded in the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Here is a list of the formulae used in the designing of the Great Pyramid.

Dimension A =

Dimension B

Dimension B multiplied by 2

Dimension B divided by 2

Dimension B multiplied by 5

Dimension B divided by 5

Dimension B multiplied by 7

Dimension B divided by 7

Dimension B multiplied by 10

Dimension B divided by 10

Dimension B multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B multiplied by 2, multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B multiplied by 2, divided by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 2, multiplied by 3 and 1/7th

Dimension B divided by 2, divided by 3 and 1/7th

Occurrences of multiplication or division by 2, 5, 7, and 10 are few (ranging from 1 to 6).

Occurrences of multiplication or division by 3 and 1/7th are in excess of 80.

There is no involvement of data of a scientific nature (except for the N-S-E-W orientation of the base).

It all starts simply with a square measuring 440rc, a square measuring 10rc and seked 5½.

Robin (MJT)

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